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25° tilt mount for Runcam PZ0420M FPV Camera
This is a 25° tilt mount for the uncased version of the Runcam PZ0420M FPV camera. The tabs and holes on the base are custom designed to ziptie neatly onto a RCMC Juggernaut frame, but can easily be customized for your frame plate geometry.Maker/DIY
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This is a 25° tilt mount for the uncased version of the Runcam PZ0420M FPV camera. The tabs and holes on the base are custom designed to ziptie neatly onto a RCMC Juggernaut 300 frame, but can easily be customized for your frame plate geometry. As it stands, three zipties are more than adequate to secure this mount to the bottom plate of the Juggernaut. Fillets are used in high-stress areas to reduce the likelihood cracking in corners during high-stress events (i.e., crashes).
The camera is easily attached via the three built-in M2 standoffs, either by nylon M2 nuts/bolts (don't use metal screws!) or, as I prefer, by using nylon kite string doped with CA (cyanoacrylate) glue, otherwise known as superglue. When you dope nylon thread with CA, it becomes extremely rigid and strong, significantly more so than a nylon M2 nut and bolt setup would be.
The fourth standoff is just a spacer; there is not enough room for a full standoff due to the video out and OSD connectors, which easily plug in through the bottom gap.
Materials and methods
- Filament (PLA, ABS, etc.)
- 3D printer (1)
- Zipties for attachment to airframe (3+)
- Nylon M2 nuts/bolts (Optional)
- Nylon kite string + CA glue (Optional)
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