I've redesigned my GoPro Hero 3 TPU mount so I can screw it down to my Realacc X5R frame.
The original design which should fit any frame can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3493170
This is a mount for a GoPro Hero 3 to put on a freestyle or race drone.
I couldn't really find a mount to my expectations to put a GoPro Hero 3 on my frame so I designed this mount.
I've uploaded 4 angles, 20 degrees, 25 degrees,30 degrees and 35 degrees.
The mount can be secured to the top plate of the frame with the screws that go to the standsoffs.
In this design I didn't made a cutout for the GoPro's screen since mine is broken and I've totally cleared the access to the record and power on/off buttons because in my previous design I found that i can be hard to press them sometimes.
I've also reduced the thickness of the case from 3mm to 2mm because 3mm was a bit stiff and much stronger than needed. 2mm thickness gives the mount a bit more flexability, reduces weight and print time but is still strong enough to hold the GoPro. It's still a tight fit so the GoPro doesn't get launched in a hard crash.
The best print orientation is to print it on it's side so there's with supports. See the screenshots how I setup my supports in Simplify3D
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Extrudr TPU semi soft
I'm using a 0.6mm nozzle and a Bondtech BMG extruder printing at 40mm/s and no retraction.
As firmware I'm using Klipper instead of Marlin.
For TPU I turn of pressure advance.
See the Klipper GitHub page for more information about this firmware: