Kinect Targus Quick Release Tripod Adapter

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Kinect Targus Quick Release Tripod Adapter by DDRBoxman May 10, 2012
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A mount to attach a Kinect to a Targus compatible tripod.

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Hello. I tried printing your mount but it has feet that stick up from the base. The printer builds the little feet first and then tries to lay down the main section but it dribbles the glue b/c the hot end is now at a the height of the feet that were created.

Here's a profile pic of the base where you can see the feet:


Is there any reason it has the feet on the bottom? Could I slice them off the model and just build from a flat base?

I believe that there are there to stick up into the recess that the kinect base has. They definitely aren't necessary. They were just in the original model that I derived this version from.

Gotcha. How are you connecting it to the Kinect base? Are you running screws through the mount holes into the guide pin holes on the Kinect base?

Yup, IHeartRobotics has more details about what screws to use http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5004#comment-650756755http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

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