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Modular Mounting system for camera phones #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Shared by YYH1002 on Cults:

This project is a mounting system for phones and lightweight cameras.

FEATURES:

  • It is designed to be modular to provide flexible use. The system has potential to mount most phones and small cameras onto a wide range of objects. Using same parts printed for different purpose is the major approach.
  • The included phone clamp can grab phones very firmly. And it is suitable for phones from about 55mm wide to 80mm wide (iPhone 4 – iPhone 7 Plus and bigger). The clamp hook was angled 45 degrees so it won’t be able to reach and accidentally press the buttons on the side of phone.
  • The modules can be used with GoPro compatible equipment. – The bolts and nuts included in the design are standard M5. You can either print them or use metal ones for better stiffness.
  • With this modular system, I will be developing new add-ons to it. Feel free to watch this thing. Many of the objects designed for GoPro are already usable for this setup. I uploaded some STEP files for modular parts so everyone can also collaborate for better solutions.

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