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Camera Lens Cap Holder

by kitlaan, published

Camera Lens Cap Holder by kitlaan Jul 5, 2011

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Description

A (parametric) buckle that you can attach to your camera strap, which lets you (hopefully) stop losing your lens cap.

The STL is sized for a 58mm lens cap, and a ~40mm strap width.

The printing layers make for a great friction catch for the lens cap. But there's a designed-in lip overhang to make it a little more aggressive.

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Couldn't get this to work right for my Nikon cap (72mm). It came out too big. Not sure what I did wrong.

great work, thank you! Printed the 58mm+77mm combined one and both fit well... did not put it on the strap yet, but so far I love it :)

Thats awesome. Thanks!

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Instructions

Change the parameters; print; dismantle strap; thread on buckle; reattach strap; take pictures; lose lens cap (less)

Parameters:
* lens diameter
* buckle thickness, height
* strap gap, width
* mount height, width
* mount lip tweaks
* fill the buckle back, or leave X'ed (i.e. save plastic)

2011-07-24: MK2 openscad script
* allows multiple holders-in-one.
* cutout in buckle to handle straps that are not threadable

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PxT on Apr 6, 2012 said:

Couldn't get this to work right for my Nikon cap (72mm). It came out too big. Not sure what I did wrong.

bohne on Mar 12, 2012 said:

great work, thank you! Printed the 58mm+77mm combined one and both fit well... did not put it on the strap yet, but so far I love it :)

smartroad on Sep 3, 2011 said:

I feel that I have only used my printer to make these lol my whole family wanted one for their own cameras too once they had seen mine!

Thanks for the fantastic design :)

owais on Oct 29, 2011 said:

how do you do multiple holders in one? what is the scad code? thanks

kitlaan on Sep 3, 2011 said:

Cool. I see you're experimenting with combo multiple sizes. How's the fit?

owais on Jul 19, 2011 said:

I'm willing to sell some if anyone is willing to purchase. See my contact here: http://omemon.com/2011/07/18/l...

TheNewHobbyist on Jul 16, 2011 said:

Great model, works perfect for me!

MarcusWolschon on Jul 14, 2011 said:

no flattr....

ftdesigns on Jul 13, 2011 said:

good idea, good design, good product. thank you

owais on Jul 9, 2011 said:

Very useful! Should tag it under "useful"! Its hard to find those kind of things here on thingiverse :P

GeekyDad on Jul 7, 2011 said:

Nice work. I printed one out last night on my ToM (even managed to do it raftless on the ABP despite some belt warping) and it works great! No cleanup work needed at all.

lusofer on Jul 6, 2011 said:

See this link:

http://www.kickstarter.com/pro...

Somebody must talk to Mark Stevenson and show what 3d printer is capable to do.

Good work! =-X

owais on Jul 9, 2011 said:

Yes. but he did raise quite some money. Kickstarter also has 3 people who raised money to build a reprap themselves. Interesting website...

MarcusWolschon on Jul 6, 2011 said:

cool idea!

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