(moved) Belt clip for Zoom H4n field recorder
by MarcusWolschon, published
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This is a belt clip to use your H4n field recorder to actually record in the field.
It is based on my spider mount for the H4n but has holes to access the most common buttons on the side
(that are not needed in the spider mount because that is used together with the remote.)
I added an access-hole to the 1/4 bolt and sunk that bold a bit to not damage the belt.
The corners touched by human hands are of cause rounded.
- placement of hole for volume-keys optimized
- easier to print if you have warping issues
- tested and last changes for the 1/4" bolt used
- 3d assembly created
- managed to get 3d-assembly, 3d-body and 2 2d technical drawings into the PDF
- added a mirrored version to carry the H4n on the other right hip instead of the left. (With the microphones facing forward.)
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I already oriented the STL for printing.
Because my Thing-o-Matic is out of order due to a defective PCB,
I'll have to wait until I'm back home with my RepMan to actually print this.
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