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Raspberry Pi3 Camera Wall Mount Housing
Wall mount housing for Raspi3 Camera (PINOIR) configuration with IR-spotsMaker/DIY
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This design was created to mount some Raspi-Cams to my office.
I have taken a ball-based moving element to reach a wide camera set angle in horizontal and vertical direction.
All parts are printed in PLA with my Ultimaker 2 with the Olsson block and 0,6mm nozzle.
There are 2 different front plates to cover my two camera modules.
One is a Quimat Camera with switchable day/night-IR-filter, the other is a Kuman model without IR-filter. On both i have attached the well known 3W-IR spots with brightness sensors.
All screws and threads are metric and the hex-nuts are put in pockets (without glue). So it is not nessecary to drill threads after printing the parts. The M3 hex nut is glued on top of the threaded 40mm-rod. So it is easy to fix or loosen the clamp screw.
The software i use is the motionEye OS.
Materials and methods
All plastic parts are PLA, printed with different filling rate in 0,2mm layers. Nozzle 0,6mm, Temp. between 200 and 230 °C with a custom fan shroud.
Bill of Materials
1x PI3-Cam base
1x PI3-Cam cover
1x PI3-Cam front
1x PI3-Cam ball hinge
1x PI3-Cam wallmount
1x PI3-Cam knurled nut
1x PI3-Cam axis
4x hex nut M2,5 (DIN 934)
4x allen head screw M2,5 x 8 (DIN 912)
4x allen head screw M3 x 12 (DIN 912)
9x hex nut M3 (DIN 934)
5x countersunk screw M3 x 12 (DIN EN ISO 10642)
1x threaded rod M3 x 40
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- Printed on:
- Printrbot - Simple Metal
- The print turned out great - what a nice design! All the pieces are very sturdy, and fit together really well. I printed with a layer height of 0.1984, 20% infill, 2 shells. I’ve mounted it inside my chicken coop to keep an eye on the ladies laying eggs :)
- It’s a bit of a tight fit for the USB power cable - but giving more room would just make the case wider, so I’m not sure what could be done.