Tomoquads Mikro Camera mount and Antenna Guard

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Tomoquads Mikro Camera mount and Antenna Guard by TomoQuads Dec 17, 2016
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Camera mount for the Tomoquads Mikro . You will need a longer 25mm Nylon M3 screws for this add-on .

Purchase the frame at www.tomoquads.miiduu.com

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Can you post each piece separately. For some reason two of the 3 pieces wont lay flat in 2 slicer softwares, and the first layer is almost empty and the 2nd layer airprints, even with full support on.

Thank you

Probably it's too late for you, but I've split them :) Had the same issue.

Would you mind posting a picture showing all the parts mounted and where they all go ?
Thanks A lot