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February 16, 2017 AT 6:00 am

GoPro Time Lapser #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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PrintFail shared this incredible print on Thingiverse!

Materials needed:

1) Kitchen Timer – Got an super-cheap Egg Shaped timer.
2) A 608 bearing (or print one)

The reduction ratio is 4:1, so in 1h of time lapse, the came will rotate ~ 90 degrees (take this in mind not focusing the object in the start of the time lapse).

Instructions: Pull the top part of the eggtimer apart. Release the bottom screw and mount the internal mechanism in the base section. Secure with the screw.

See the GoPro Time Lapser in action below!


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