LCD mount for AZSMZ 12864 with TF slot

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LCD mount for AZSMZ 12864 with TF slot by yangts1021 Jun 6, 2016
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The dimension of screw hole is 40mm high.
But it's enough if you only use 2 of them for mounting.

Let the front side on the printing bed in your slicer.
You don't need to use support.

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Thank you for designing this!
I've been using them on the printers I've been building at home.
I'd like to recommend your design for use with the improved printer I'm designing.
I call it the Kumu-3D ("kumu" is Hawaiian for "teacher").
May I have your permission?
If you let me know what name you like to be called by, I'd like to credit you in the instructions.
Here is a link to my design: https://github.com/haydnhuntley/kumu-3d
It is still a work in progress. :-)

I am happy you like the design!
I already check the Github, name below the instructions is ok.
I am also a delta lovely user, wish you build a great kumu-3D!!