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3D model description

For a little while now I wanted to have a ip camera for my CR-10 Printer.
The projects are stacking up, and the projects are getting bigger and longer print time’s

So I want to check up with my printer true a ip camera.
Why not use Octoprint you ask?
Well I have bin printing for about 5 to 6 years now.
In the past I did try octoprint but back then it had a lot of issues.
I don’t’ know how the latest version is, but maybe in the future I will give it a norther shot.

For this project I wanted to make the camera case as small as possible.
I had a Raspberry pi zero w laying around that was perfect for this project.

And i wanted to use GPIO pins for control.

  1. Push botton to turn the pi off\on.
  2. A led indicator to see if the pi is off\on.
  3. And power supply so i don't have to use the USB

And since it’s bin a long time ago that I used my milling machine, I wanted to use that as well for this project.

I understand that not everybody owns a milling machine so i also included *.stl files for printing.
But also the *.dxf files for milling.

Shopping List:

Raspberry pi zero w
Raspberry pi Cam.
1x Low current 5mm led.
1x NO push switch
18x 2,2x6,5 mm screws
2x M4 t-nuts
2x M4x10 hex bolts

For the see thru peaces is used 3mm polycarbonate

The software i'm using for this project is Motioneye.
https://github.com/ccrisan/motioneye/wiki

If something is unclear or you have questions let me know at
bishop-creations@ziggo.nl

#LIFEHACK3D

3D printing settings

Layer Height: 0.1 or 0.2
Shell Thickness: 0.8
Bottom/top thickness: 0.4
Infill: 30

No support.
(Support build in for flat cable, easily to break out)

  • 3D file format: STL and ZIP

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Hello all, I'm Bishop.
In real life I'm a mechanical engineer.
But in my spare time i love making 3d models.,3d printing and playing with arduino's and raspberry pi's

I love making models for other people like,
milling machines, 3d printers, jewelry, practical things and yes also naughty toys,
and a lot off other stuff.

I hope you will like and enjoy my models!

License

CC BY SA


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