2015-02-24 (Tu) Prismatic Stereoscopic Screen Viewer

A simple part was designed to interface with the camera mount. This was a replica of the piece which normally contacts the camera mount but all the dimensions were generated by logical inference. The bottom part of the mount was intended to have a 5mm hole which would be tapped to have threads like those found on a typical (1/4-20) camera mount.

The design was not drawn to scale but measurements shown in green are what will be designed for. One issue may be printing circular holes which could lead to sagging of the print lines. The design should be revised.

Diagram of mount

To do:
  • Redesign part for 3D printing
  • Create To Do list

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