Most of my week has been taken up with the Zoom H1 shock mount adapter I’ve been working on. A few people wanted me to step on it and pitch it off a roof to make sure they would stand up to normal use. Turns out they do. I was also trying to work out a problem I was having with printing. One out of every 3 would come out as a melted heap of plastic. After playing around with settings and the design a little more, that problem is now solved.
One of my goals on this project was to turn these into a cheap boom mic shock mount. If you place one of these at the front and back end of a Dzone2 Cold shoe bracket, you end up with a great boom mic shock mount adapter. If I can get enough of them made, maybe I could offer a 2 for $18 deal. Add that to the Cold shoe bracket ($10) and you end up with a $28 boom mic adapter.
I should have some more up on the site next week along with the Juicedlink DS214 adapters. Still waiting on parts, so I’ll keep you posted.