DIY GoPro 3D Printing

Top Five 3D Printed GoPro Accessories

January 14, 2014 / by / 2 Comments

Post provided by our friends at 3D Hubs.

At 3D Hubs, we’re obsessed with our GoPro Hero3 and so are many of our makers. We’ve seen all sorts of funky and useful GoPro accessories get 3D printed. Here, we’ve collected their top 5 picks.

A GoPro Handle that gets the job done

GoPro Handle

If you love scuba diving or are looking for an easy way to capture shots while you’re outdoors, check out this handle —it’s slick, simple and has a comfortable grip.

A classic mounting frame

Classic Mounting Frame

Nobody should be without the classic GoPro Frame. It’s handy for all kinds of situations and projects. This version has openings for the USB port, SD card, shutter release and Wi-Fi button.

A mount to eliminate vibrations

Mount to Eliminate Vibration

Mounted your GoPro on a vibrating object? No problem. You can still shoot steady videos by mounting it with a few 3D printed parts and 6 ear plugs. The fix is easier than it sounds, a complete guide is available here.

A GoPro remote holder for your carGoPro Remote Holder for the Car

Learn from the Russians. The odds of something extraordinary happening during your morning commute can actually be quite high. Why not use your GoPro as a car cam to shoot some amazing footage? Try this remote holder to get started.

A Quadcopter


Print a PLQ2 Hugin quadcopter and your camera will be ready for lift-off. With drone delivery services on the horizon, it might even be a smart business investment.

Have you tried 3D printing any of these GoPro accessories yourself? Got other projects that you would add to this list? Let us know in the comments!

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2 Responses
  1. Charlie

    These are really cool! where can I get access to a 3d printer? I gather they are pretty expensive.

    Oct.29.2014 at 11:57 am

      Hey Charlie! You can actually use a site like to print your own designs. It really makes more sense than purchasing a 3d printer unless you’re super into it.

      Oct.29.2014 at 9:17 pm
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