It prints in two pieces with the flat faces on the bed and is secured by two M2 bolts and nuts. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to locate a PCB mountable or panel mount plug for the Stemma QT ports (JST SH style 4-pin connector). So to make a firm mounting I use a friction clamp to cinch down on the 4 protruding wires. Not ideal but it appears to work. Let me know if it works for you and how you were able to use this.
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