I desiged this to mount the GoPro Remote (Gopro Hero3) to the handlebar of my motorbike.
Just clip the remote in, the release lever works as a spring and attaches to the side slot of the remote.
This was printed with Extrudr GreenTec, which is much better than normal PLA.
I used it with normal PLA before, which got weak in the very hot sommer of south europe 🙂
If it’s not super hot and directly exposed to the sun, standard PLA will work fine too.
You can customize the parts for your need, I uploaded Solidworks and STEP files.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2490654
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