Kinect support

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Kinect support by sbork Apr 12, 2013

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This is a removable mount for the Kinect. It should fit very tightly and you can use a flat screw driver to unlock the clips. You can also break them and print the small clips for future use of the mount. It is loosely inspired by Henkka's and Chooch Kinect supports.


I got a very good result on a Replicator 2 using PLA plastic and medium quality preset.
Note that the clip (kb-hook) must be printed lying on a side.
Once you printed 2 clips and the base, push the clips from the bottom up through the base with the clip's hook facing outside.

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What size tripod screw is this designed for? 3/8", 1/4", or another size?

Jun 23, 2015 - Modified Jun 23, 2015
sbork - in reply to leahperl

Hi leahperl,
It's for a 1/4" screw. The screw height should be 4mm.

I just added the source files (Sketchup) for the support with a slot for a more common 1/4" screw with 5.5mm height.