GoPro Camera Cage

Will made a lightweight, protective cage for his GoPro camera.

“So I needed a smaller and lighter protection for my GoPro camera to use it on a drone. It just need to protect the corners and lens. I made it using InstaMorph with a low temperature just to fix all the parts for a while and then I used a heat air gun to really fix all joints.”

Our favorite feature of this the bendable hinge joint for taking the cage on and off the camera (viewable in the 3rd picture the best). Will is taking advantage of the various flexibility and strength properties of InstaMorph to accomplish this.

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