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Picture of LeGoPro = Lego® + GoPro®
Ever since I was a young lad, yes just a couple years ago, I loved playing with Legos. I could create homes that would take hours to complete and then days later have a city. Fast forward to 2013, being 16 years of age and into the GoPro revolution, I began to like all the mountain bike and ski footage I was getting. However I really was into films from a young age. What if you could timelapse the build from a lego building, or have a third person view outside of that Lego racer, or even fly away on a Star Wars gunner ship? I thought to myself what better way to connect my love for Legos and new found addiction to the GoPro than to create the LeGoPro.
 
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Step 1: Step 1: The Base

Picture of Step 1: The Base
-Create the base by using the Sketch->Rectangle Tool
-The dimensions will be 31.8mmx31.8mm
-Next use the Construct->Extrude Tool to 9.4mm

Step 2: Step 2: The Walls of The Lego half

Picture of Step 2: The Walls of The Lego half
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-Next switch to the bottom view
-Go under Modify->Shell and select it
-Set the Thickness Inside to: 1.5mm
-Now hit enter
-It should look just like the image above

Step 3: Step 3: The Cylinder

Picture of Step 3: The Cylinder
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-Create a rectangle under Sketch->Rectangle and start at the bottom left corner of bottom of the lego
-Dimensions will be 15.9mm x 15.9mm
-Next go under Sketch->Circle and add with a diameter of 6.31mm to the top right of the rectangle you created
-Delete the rectangle you created

-Extrude the circle -7.90mm (Extrude menu is found under Construct->Extrude)
-Create an inner circle with a diameter of 4.996mm and extrude it -7.90mm


Horef1 year ago
lol great :D
omg!! i wish i had a 3d printer!!!
derte841 year ago
Genius!