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Xbox One Kinect TV Mount
by prowlingtiger, published
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Designed for mounting an Xbox One Kinect on top of TV. Connecting to the Wall Mounts behind TV. There is a 1/4" diameter hole in the middle of the platform designed to use a standard 1/4" diameter, 20 threads per inch bolt for Kinect. 3 separate files are designed to fit with a Makerbot 2/2X.
Thank you to jevs for the original design.
I modified the 2 Brackets, Top half did not print correctly. Optimized bottom half for a faster print.
Added a second bracket for those who have larger TVs
Layer Height: 0.30mm
As a tip, when printing the Mount Plate. Pay special attention when leveling the Build plate. You want to be as accurate as possible. Since this print takes up most of the printing surface, if it's off by just a bit it will screw up the first critical layer.
To Put this together You will need the Following:
-All 3 Printed items
- (1) 1/4"x1/2" 6.4 Screw (Standard Tripod Screw)
*Purchased at Home Depot Part, Dr# - 406
- (2) M8 - 1.25x30mm Socket Cap Screw (For Mounting to VESA mount on TV)
Purchased at Home Depot Part, #803418
-(6) 1/4" 20 x 1-1/4", Screws and Screw Nuts (For putting base and bracket together)
Purchased at Home Depot Part, 28771
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