I've added an arm and case for the Pi Cam. Requires an M3 bolt and nut. The design I remixed from didn't state the length of the M3 bolt and I don't have a Pi Cam to test it out with. I have not printed the arm and case to test it, but as its a remix of a couple existing designs, I don't suspect there will be problems. Let me know if there are.
Update 11/21: I just uploaded a time-lapse video - https://youtu.be/3JDzyx4wJxg
Also updated the 2020 mount so that it requires 2 bolts and nuts.
This camera mount is basically an articulating arm with 2 separate frame mounts. One for the Wanhao Duplicator i3 (it mounts to the front frame) and one for a 2020 extrusion.
Mix and match as many short arms, long arms, and 90 degree arms as you want to position the camera however you want.
There is a standard 1/4" screw mount for the camera and one for the Logitech C270.
This is a mashup of several different things to get a design that works for me with my Wanhao Di3 and my Delta.
If you want to mount it to the Di3 w/ a Logitech C270... you will need to print at least:
- 1 x frame mount
- 1 x arm
- 1 x top
- 1 x C270 hinge.
If you want to use a camera with a standard 1/4" tripod screw... then add:
- 1 x camera mount quarter inch hinge
If you want to mount onto a 2020 extrusion, then replace the frame mount with the 2020 mount.
And if you need to change the orientation of the camera... then you can insert a 90 degree arm.