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Raspberry Pi Zero Camera Holder #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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robohead456 shared this project on Thingiverse!

A simple mount to hold a Pi Camera to a Raspberry Pi Zero.

The camera is attached using M2 bolts, preferably nylon as metal bolts could short the Pi.

The Pi is attached using M2.5 bolts. In my photos I used M3 bolts because I didn’t have any M2.5 bolts available. If you want to use M3 bolts you will need to use a drill bit to make the mounting holes in the Pi and the printed parts larger.

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