Webcam Cover Lenovo Thinkpad

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Webcam Cover Lenovo Thinkpad by WernerHoffmann Jan 8, 2017
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Instead of using a sticky note on your webcam, you can use this Webcam cover.

I designed it for my Lenovo Thinkpad T420, it should also work for other Lenovo Thinkpads. This laptop has a nice bend on the frame of the screen, where the cover perfectly sticks.

It is easy to slide on the side when you do need your webcam.

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What unit of measurenent is this done in? If I import in mm, its way too large. If I import in inches, its way too small.

It was meant to be in mm, but did it years ago. Hopefully, I uploaded the correct files.

Even in openscad, the part looks too large. I think its loading in at 200mm (20cm) high and not 20mm. I will play with the scale adjustments and see if I can get it loaded correctly.