Some of the oDocs range of devices are open-source and 3D printable. We recommend printing them with technology such as SLS, SLA or DLP to achieve the best quality.
The STL files are available on GitHub
You can also 3D print them using services such as Shapeways. Visit the shapeways store.
1. The files for oDocs Fundus are hosted on Github
2. You will noticed there are two mounts for the lens.
Part OD 101A is for oDocs 30D lens which can be purchased here. If you have your own Volk 20D lens, you can 3D print part OD 101B instead.
3. To use external 3D printing service provider, visit shapeways.
4. If you intend to use the oDocs 20D PMMA lens, you will have to purchase the 3D printed arm from shapeways
oDocs Fundus was the first open-source device launched in 2015.