Ultimaker GoPro mount!

by idanshemtov, published

Ultimaker GoPro mount! by idanshemtov Jan 25, 2013


This is a GoPro mount I designed that clip's into the front of your Ultimaker Printer!
Gives you a great adjustable shooting angle!

ideal for making a Time lapse.

*Can be mounted at every other side of the printer!

Print it, mount it, enjoy it!

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No, I printed and doesn't work with....
does this fit on an UM 2 ?

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1) Print it with your 3d printer and use a support
2) Remove the support carefully
3) Mount it in the middle of your printer - starting from lower part - make sure you mount it centered with the hole for the skrew in the middle so it will fit tight.
be gentle with the wood!
*Can be mounted at every other side of the printer!

4) Clip your GoPro housing or use the GoPro naked mounting clip from here:
(Thanks to TechShopJim for the part!)

If you want a better angle flexibility with the camera use the GoPro Straight Adaptor if you have one - or print one from here:
(Thanks to mark133 for the part!)

does this fit on an UM 2 ?
No, I printed and doesn't work with....
will this work with UM 2?
No... :/
which gopro is this compatible with? I just bought a hero 3+
any GoPro! the clip of the GoPro's was always the same! just the camera itself changed (housing, size, performance etc...)
the link for the frame I attached in the instruction is for the previous GoPro (Hero 2)
Printed this one with support and it came out great. Still haven't calibrated my UM, but it came out just great, as long as I made sure to remove all support material... All I need now is a shorter straight connector so the camera doesn't hang below the bed during the first part of prints:)
I've printed your mount but half of the female foot mount does not print well as its not supported. It might be sensible to include the male foot (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6180) printed in the design, then its just a matter of bolting the gopro skele directly to it, if you see what I mean.
tnx for the advise =)
you may try print with support and it will do the job for you
So cool! Can't wait to start grabbing some time lapse shots of my printer.