3D Printed Fatshark Camera and MultiWii Pro Cases

by Jsut210 | February 11, 2014 | (0) Posted in Projects

My school recently got a very nice 3D printer, so I just had to take advantage of this and print some things for myself.  So the first thing I designed was a case/mount for the camera that came with my Fatshark Predator v2s.  This part came absolutely perfect as you can see below:

Here you can see that I used a screw from a 9g servo to mount the case to the mount.

Next I decided to design a sturdy case for my MultiWii Pro flight controller board:

I can also reccomend this vibration dampening mount for the MultiWii Pro even though it wasn't my design:

There are a few more picture on the Thingiverse page for this here:  http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:198114

You can use these rubber dampers for this mount:  http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__37447__General_Purpose_Anti_Vibration_Rubber_w_M3_x_11mm_Screw_and_M3_Nylock_Nut_4pcs_set.html


If you don't have access to a 3D printer, you can buy these parts at my Shapeways store:



Here are the Tingiverse links for my two designs where you can download the files ofr printing:




eagle4 on February 24, 2014
I love the camera mount! I've been wanting something like that for ages. my only thought would be that it has the possibility of twisting inside it. did you think about filling in the corners of the bottom so that it fits the bottom snugly? also, to help save on weight (although i know its pretty lite already) you could put some holes in the top or the front, basically make it like a truss, lots of strength, minimal weight :)
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Jsut210 on March 1, 2014
I thought about this when I was designing it, but it turned out to fit very snugly. I sometimes have a hard time removing the camera.
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jarpy on February 25, 2014
This looks like it would be easy to make into a pan and tilt camera mount, awesome!
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3D Printed Fatshark Camera and MultiWii Pro Cases