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Raspberry and Raspicam mount for Ultimaker 2
This makes it possible to mount a Raspberry with a Raspicam to the UM2 to take timelapses or to monitor with Octoprint3D printer parts and enhancements
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A mount for a Raspberry case.
The one is used is: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:209100
Print one of each STL to complete (for left version choose Left Hanger, for right version choose Right Hanger)
I found it better to be mounted on the left front side of the printer.
The mount can be flexed a bit to be attached on the case (it shouldn't break). I used the following settings for all the part:
0.2mm layers, 0.8mm shell thickness, 24% infill.
You will need a couple of M3 screws and Nuts (i used 12mm screws).
The arm for the camera can be moved in order to find the best position to take timelapses.
If you need to created different arms:
Screw holes are 3.2mm, height: 3.5mm width: 10mm
There is a version remixed for the UMO:
Thanks to the remixer ;)
Materials and methods
M3 screws and Nuts (1.2mm)
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- Printed on:
- Ultimaker 2
- Definitelly best Raspberry Pi camera mount for Ultimaker 2. There are few improvements I would suggest. 1. make pins for camera thinner, I had a perfect print without plastic running and still pins were too fat so I had to file them manually with finger file... 2. make nut holes one millimetre deeper. 3. cut a small hole in one side of both right and left hands that hold RPi so it gets firm grip by nut head that is sticking out of UM2 (as shown on attached picture).
- Image shows where cut needs to be added to have a more stable grip for RPi mount.