Improved Logitech Webcam to Microscope Adapter
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A redesign to accommodate taller eyepieces such as the inexpensive AmScope 10X WF. The tube and camera holder are printed separately to avoid using support material. The two pieces are glued together with superglue.
This fits the Logitech Quickcam Pro for Notebooks and other models that use the same case, and B&L Balplan microscope with 31.1mm dia eyepiece tube.
Video shot using this adapter here: https://vimeo.com/83166718
Printed with Octave black ABS, 0.35 mm nozzle, 0.35mm first layer, 0.2 mm layers for all others. 20% infill, no support material.
After gluing be sure to let the glue harden completely before putting the adapter on your camera or microscope- superglue vapors are very good for rendering fingerprints visible! When you glue, carefully align the edge of the tube with the edge of the camera holder.
Video shot using this adapter can be seen here:
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