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Longboard clamp for GoPro camera

by daGHIZmo, published

Longboard clamp for GoPro camera by daGHIZmo Jul 28, 2015

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This is a GoPro attachment for longboards, skateboards and anything else has a flat surface

Hardware is made with M4 screws and nuts

To prevent any loss of nuts during activities my design involves use of captive nuts ... so remember to pause the printing and inser nuts in their housing

test video : https://youtu.be/1ejxgdxdSbY

Consider that is 205 mm long (about 8inches), so you need a 200x200 mm printing area and print it on the diagonal of the square

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Good job :)
PLA or ABS filament?

How long are the screws? Thanks

What printer did you use? And is it good?

Prusai3, and I'm very happy of it

Sorry, you're right, I did not specify in instruction that is 205 mm long (about 8inches), so you need a 200x200 mm printing area and print it on the diagonal of the square

Does anyone has any vibration isseus? I would expect that because it has no dampening.

just added a video to let you evaluate https://youtu.be/1ejxgdxdSbY

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aren't the nuts in the exploded view in the wrong location?

nuts are captive nuts, so there is no an exact location for them on the exploded view (they are inside the printing).
I put them in this (wrong) position just to remind that there are "also" nuts.
For making captive nuts in 3d printing you can have a look at my previous thing like http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:587659 or http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:576932 or http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:611112

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