GoPro foldable tripod #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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krakow_marcin shared this project on Thingiverse!

Tripod for your GoPro whatever version – light, simple, reliable.
Designed with 2 leg angles: 30 and 40 degree. While first is better for GoPro Session, for regular GoPro I recommend 40 degree angled legs for better stability.

Parts put together with 3mm screws, locked in tripod head with solution of your choice (e.g. UHU Por, CA glue, Loctite threadlocker, nail polish).
Tripod head requires support.

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