Making a tripod mountable flashlight holder

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In this episode we are going to make a lampholder that can be mounted to a tripod so that we can make some nice video light or effect light. The holder is a simple snapfit fitting that holds a flashlight and it uses a knurl nut to give it a 1/4-20 connection (the standard Tripod type thread, used all over the world). The lamp I used in this video is bought in a Dutch shop, called the Action and costs about $2,50 each. The knurl nuts are bought from Ebay.com and can be found here: https://goo.gl/QeFdiw (No affiliate link) For this episode I used the JGAurora printer for the grey holders, the Fabrikator 2 Mini for the white holders, the Anycubic I3 Meha for the black holders and the Creality Cr-10Mini for the Yellow holders (not shown). I used normal (cheap) PLA for a all parts, except the black prints, they are made with PETG filament.

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