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Logitech C270 Mount for FlashForge Creator Pro

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Logitech C270 Mount for FlashForge Creator Pro by patshead Feb 16, 2016
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We are using these mounting brackets and a pair of Logitech C270 cameras along with OctoPrint to record timelapse videos of all our 3D prints at TheLab.ms makerspace.

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Where does it mount? On the outside of the handle?

Yes, it does! I didn't have my camera with me when I installed them. I'll have a photo up in a day or two.

I'm thinking about flipping it around, and mounting the camera to the inside of the handle. It shouldn't have any trouble staying out of the way of the carriage assembly, and it will look much neater.

I ended up getting a cheap cell phone holder that has a flexible metal arm and a clamp. The webcam sits out in front of the printer.

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