Camera Mount for Honey Bee AT Switch
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This model will adapt a Honey Bee AT Switch by Adaptivations to 1/4"-20 camera mounts. The Honey Bee is a proximity switch that uses IR to sense motion. See page 7 of this catalog for more information: http://media.wix.com/ugd/b1a4c2_1ff6103f173d4174a58c9d779eabfc0f.pdf
This file is part of our collection of AT Switch adapters. Learn more at:
Note that there are separate STLs for the various TNuts: this allows for 3/4/6 pronged TNuts in 5/16, 7/16, and 9/16 lengths
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This prints great vertically, but will require supports for the 1/4-20 hole (which must be accurate.
I have only tested this with PLA at this point and would appreciate any feedback.
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To adjust the TNut length, simple undo the last two extrusions (roll back the timeline) as that adjust the depth. (Steps are named "Shrink to 7/16" etc.)
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