iPhone 6/6S/7 Camera Mount
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This mount is an easy-to-print and useful tool for anyone who frequently uses their iPhone as a camera. This mount simply allows the camera to be stood up on a flat surface. The mount is also hinged which allows for the iPhone to be tilted. This is a great tool for shooting time-lapse videos or close-up videos.
Printing this mount is very easy. There are 4 parts to it that can easily fit onto a standard printer build bed all at the same time. Printing usually takes around 1 hour depending on your settings. Remember to print support materials.
The mount shown in the photos was printed using Yellow PLA available from 3dexfilament.co.uk This filament has a really stunning colour and prints really well at a variety of temperatures. Furthermore, it is very high quality filament therefore allowing superior print finishes.
Assembly is very quick and easy. Simply clean up the prints using a sharp knife and then put the bottom and top parts together and then slide the bolt through the holes. Fasten the bolt with the nut.
This mount works for the following iPhones:
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 6S Plus
iPhone 7 Plus
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iPhone 6/6S/7 Camera Mount by 3DexLtd is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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