duckietown 3d printable camera holder [closed]

asked 2017-09-17 17:42:39 -0500

wintermute gravatar image

updated 2017-09-17 17:43:52 -0500


We made a 3d printable camera holder for the duckiebot. We had some difficulties in ordering the camera holder, and so instead of waiting for shipping we made one with trial and error which did work - and after, we made sure that it holds the camera at exact angle and position as the original plastic camera holder.

It has a opening for the ribbon cable to pass trough, which makes it waste less cable length then the original. Also the camera is attached with M2 metal screws and bolts that is salvaged from a used laptop.

The grooves it has on it is a way to make it stronger, which is a method in 3d printing. It was drawn with sketchup, and then exported to stl. Both the sketchup drawing (which is like the source code to the stl) and stl are shared at:

Any input, questions or modification requests welcome.


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Closed for the following reason question is off-topic or not relevant. Please see for more details. by ufr3c_tjc
close date 2017-09-17 17:51:27.748155


Has nothing to do with ROS. Did you accidentally post on the wrong site?

ufr3c_tjc gravatar image ufr3c_tjc  ( 2017-09-17 17:51:58 -0500 )edit

It is a part for a robot that is ROS based. Previously I asked where to ask duckietown related questions, (as to post it on answers vs discourse) and I got the answer that it should be posted here with duckietown tag.

wintermute gravatar image wintermute  ( 2017-09-18 16:52:42 -0500 )edit

If the question was related to the ROS software running on duckietown, then here would be appropriate. But your post, as it stands, isn't relevant to the ROS Answers community. Have a look at the link above for more info. Cheers.

ufr3c_tjc gravatar image ufr3c_tjc  ( 2017-09-18 17:47:58 -0500 )edit