3D Printed DSLR Shoulder Rig [for 10$]

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In this DIY I'm gonna teach you how I Built my 3D Printed DSLR Shoulder Rig

Step 1: What You Need?

  • 3D printer
  • 2x 1m long, 16mm diameter, aluminium rod
  • M6 bolts and nuts
  • 4x M5 bolts and nuts
  • Tripod like (1/4") screw
  • Ikea CHEAP chopping board http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/90202268/

Step 2: GET the STLs

get the STLs files from my thingiverse: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:816039

Step 3: 3D PRINTING TIME!

Print every part and compose your DSLR rig as you want

If you need that I print the parts for you just ask me in 3D HUBS: https://www.3dhubs.com/venice/hubs/focamonca3d

Step 4: Cut the Rods

2x 30 cm long (16mm Diameter)

2x 40 cm long (16mm Diameter)

2x 20 cm long (20mm Diameter)

The structure is for 16mm diameter rods an 20 mm Handles

Step 5: Mount It!

just put everything together!

Step 6: Cut and Bend the IKEA Chopping Board

cut and bend the IKEA chopping board to fit your shoulder!

when heated It's extremely ductile, so I used an Hair dryer to heat it !

Step 7: Top Feratures!

Remember is extremely lightweight! :D

Step 8: Customizable With a Lot of Accessories!

Step 9: Here It Is!

here it is 3D Printed DSLR Shoulder Rig!

REMEMBER TO VOTE ME IN THE 3D PRINTING CONTEST

Step 10: FOLLOW ME

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    4 Discussions

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    EdwinWiseOne

    Question 9 months ago on Step 4

    The STLs are good, but I would like to get my hands on the solid model ... so I can change the tubing sizes to something more friendly to the supplies I have on hand!

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    ngmacha

    3 years ago

    Hm, and how this rig is supposed to be used, just reading from the Instructable?!

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    Raitis

    3 years ago

    I like the trick with ikea board, might prove useful for something!

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    kondzio29

    3 years ago

    I woud say that this is diy shoulder rig with 3D printed parts... Not the 3d ptinted shoulder rig ;)