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New Tutorial! 3D Printed Pi Camera Case and Tripod

This is a simple project for making an 3D printed case and tripod for the Raspberry Pi camera board. It’s great for photographpy and monitoring projects that need a basic stand. For example, you could use this to make a monitoring setup for an OctoPrint connected 3D printer.

You’ll need a few machine screws and other camera bits to assemble this project along with the 3D printed parts and Raspberry Pi camera module.

Download STLs:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1154248

Full Tutorial:
https://learn.adafruit.com/3d-printed-pi-camera-case-and-tripod/overview


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