Camera Mount Adapter for Logitech Adaptive Gaming – Small Button
An adapter to fit the Small Button from the Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit to a 1/4" - 20 camera mount.
This is a device for mounting a single Small Button from the Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit. To mount all the switches in the kit, or another single switch from this kit, visit this page.
The Camera Mount Adapter for Logitech Adaptive Gaming – Small Button is an inexpensive, easy, and quick to build adapter for the small button in the Logitech Adaptive Gaming Kit. These adapters allow the buttons to be mounted on standard camera mounting equipment using the standard camera mount threads (¼”-20 UNC). This adapter was originally designed by ATMakers and more information on their switch mounts is available here.
Camera Mounting Options:
Some possible mounting options using these camera mount adapters are tripods, flexible “gooseneck” mounts or a magic arm as shown below:
The total cost of this device includes the cost of the PLA filament used to print the device, the T-Nut used to provide threads, and the two screws used to attach the device to the appropriate Logitech Button.
The total cost of this mount comes to approximately $2.26
A 1/4″ washer and a ¼” – 20 screw (at least ½” length) are temporarily needed to install the T-Nut. If needed to purchase, this will increase the cost of the device to approximately $2.
A more complete Bill of Materials is provided in the BOM spreadsheet in the linked GitHub repository.
This device consists of a single 3D-Printed part, two screws and one T-Nut. The necessary files and instructions for 3D printing as well as the assembly guide are in the linked GitHub Repository.
- 3D Printing
- 3D printing ~1 hours
- Assembly ~10 minutes
- 3D Printer
- ¼”-20 machine screw (at least ½” length) and washer for assembly.
- 3D-Printed housing.
- ¼”-20 Barbed T-Nut 5/16” barrel length.
- 2x M3 x 8mm machine screws.
Refer to the 3D Printing Guide available in the Linked GitHub Repository.
Documentation, modified design, design files and build files created by Neil Squire / Makers Making Change under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.