Webcam holder for Ultimaker

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Webcam holder for Ultimaker by Torsten Sep 25, 2012
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This can be used to clip a webcam directly to the printer. It's designed for a Microsoft LifeCam Studio but should fit also other webcams like Logitech C270.

Thanks to aubenc for the great libraries (see derived from section).

Source repository is on github.com with viewer at fabfabbers.com.

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This is great! I printed one and used it to mount my usb microscope to my print bed :)
I had to file the bolt head down a bit and shorten the threads.
if you made the thread depth deeper it might print nicer

 Great! Take a picture and click on "I Made One" !!! :-)))

Awesome use of the libraries!!!
I love it :-)
Thanks to you for such a great use of them!