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GoPro wrench

by engphysguy, published

GoPro wrench by engphysguy Feb 7, 2013

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This wrench is for adjusting the thumb-nuts on various GoPro mounting accessories.

I sometimes found I could not get enough torque on the thumb-nuts to secure my GoPro mounts to my satisfaction. This wrench was my solution.

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The wrench was printed on a RepRap Huxley in about 15 minutes using 2.2 meters of PLA with a solid fill.

I plan on tweaking my settings to get a better print but the wrench works fine as is.

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I printed it but it is a bit small to fit the gopro screw :\

I scaled it up a bit and now it works fine

Ok this looks cool, I will try one later. Buut wait, you have a 3d printer that can lay down over 2 meters of filament in 15 minutes??!!
We have got to get rid of our ultimaker2 if thats the case. Thanks for the Thing.

This is such a good idea! Thanks!

Had to print it at 103% scale as it was a little tight, though that might be my printer. I'm also using SJCAM SJ4000 screws (cheap GoPro knock off) so they might be slightly larger

Thanks for the 103% tip. I also increased Z thickness about 30% since my first ABS print curled and it was more flexible than I wanted.

Works perfectly. I love how it snaps onto the nut and locks on. Thank you!

This bad boy works very well!

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