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Hot Shoe Mount

by raster, published

Hot Shoe Mount by raster Nov 5, 2012
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Hot Shoe Mount by raster is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

I use this to attach various things to a hot shoe, so I wanted an OpenSCAD version. Here it is.

Instructions

Use the STL file if you just want to print one...

If you want to start with the hot shoe mount as a base for other things, use the OpenSCAD script and build from there.

(If the fit is a little tight, just grab a piece of sandpaper and lightly sand the bottom until it fits snugly in your hot shoe.)

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