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October 20, 2016 AT 1:00 am

Pi Camera Tripod for Desktop #3DThursday #3DPrinting

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Camera Desktop Stand by GregoryHolloway Pinshape
Via Pinshape

Features an enclosed case to keep out dust and a path for the camera’s FFC to run under the stand and out the back. Requires.. 1 x Raspberry Pi Camera. 1 x Camera FFC. 4 x M2 6mm Socket Cap Screws. 4 x M3 25mm Socket Cap Screws. 2 x M3 30mm Socket Cap Screws. 6 x M3 Hex nuts. Optional cork base to protect the FFC underneath. Print with your favourite thermo-plastic

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