3D Printing: Improved case for the Triggertrap v1

One of the many Kickstarter projects which I spend money on was the Triggertrap. It is a rather different and very versatile remote camera trigger.

Beside the usual intervalometer features, it can be triggered by design through sound thresholds, light/laser and  many other methods using the additional auxiliary port.

Anyway, the one thing I did not like was the case. The connectors and switches were unprotected, leaving them open to be easily damaged when the Triggertrap is finding itself among everything else in my camerabag.

Well, 3D printing to the rescue. A couple of hours later, and I have a better lower part of the case.

If you have a 3D printer, feel free to go ahead and download the STL file from Thingiverse.

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