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Raspberry Pi Camera Holder
A Raspberry Pi Camera holder for the Ultimaker 2 without any drilling.3D printer parts and enhancements
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This is a cam holder for the RaspberryPi Camera (NoIR) with the Ultimaker 2.
I created this design because I didn't wanted to drill holes in my brand-new printer ;)
The inspiration was the old GoPro mount.
1. Screw the adapter to the mount with on M2 screw (as tight as you can still twist the adapter)
2. Put the M3 screw through the three holes of the adapter and the first part of the camera holder and fix it with the nut.
3. Pull the ribbon cable through the gap and connect it with the camera.
4. Take the second part of the case, the camera and first part of the camera and screw the M2 screws through the holes in the front, through the holes in the camera in the holes in the back of the cam holder.
5. Untighten the tagged screw in the pictures and put the hole thing on there so that you can attach it again with the mount in between the screw and the Ultimaker.
All the parts had been printed without any support.
Material: White Innofil3D PLA
Bed temperature: 60°C (default)
Nozzle temperature: 210°C (default)
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Materials and methods
- 1 M3x10 screw
- 5 M2x6 screws (cut of M2x10)
- 1 M3 nut
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This is exactly what I want in a mount, but does not quite fit my 32x32mm wide angle raspi cam: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AHMISD6
If you can provide the raw files in an open format like FreeCad I would be happy to make the adjustments myself.