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Danijel Bosnjak


3D modeler, Animator, Designer, Product designer, Artist, Maker

enviso added a product to a list
June 22, 2015
GoPro HoseClamp Mount (perpendicular)
enviso @drewsloan Excellent. I was thinking about doing this myself, but decided to try and google it first. Bingo! I want to strap my gopro to my hang glider's crossbar (spar) and the regular gopro roll bar mount is to narrow (the crossbar is to wide) in diameter. So i figured a hose clamp should do the trick. Thanks for sharing this. I am getting two. One suggestion - in the product shots, if you could just CGI in the real gopro (or just an outline sketch) and a hose clamp, so the users can see how the mount is used and what is the difference between parallel and perpendicular mounts. Cheers!


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