OpenSCAD FPV camera mount generator.
- Edit the first 6 settings
- Don't bother changing $fs
- Render too see curves and save STL
- Dimensions are in mm
- Visit http://www.openscad.org/ for the software to render this
Using the Generator
Simply change the variables to suit your frame, camera and preferred amount of camera up-tilt.
There are sensible defaults set for most of the variables so you only really need to change a handful of them for most applications (example below). If using OpenSCAD you will need to do a proper render to see the curved corners due to the way the fillets are built. You will also need to render it before you can export a STL file for printing.
If you don't have OpenSCAD installed you can use the 'Open in Customizer' button to generate your STL file. This does seem a bit buggy though so your mileage may vary.
The common settings you need to change are as follows:
Example is for a FPV Flightclub Proton - Runcam Sparrow Micro - 2.1mm lens
// centre to centre
standoffSeparation = 31;
// width of the camera body at the mounting screw point
cameraWidth = 19;
// outer diameter of the lens
lensInnerDia = 12;
// from the centre screw to the back of the lens ring
lensOffset = 7;
// how far the camera sits inside the frame, use negative values to sit forwards
cameraInset = 0;
// amount of material around the lens
lensRingThickness = 2.4;
Feedback & Suggestions
I've only used this to make mounts for two different quads and cameras so far, so if you have any suggestions for improvements please let me know in the comments.