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How to build the new camera holder guide.
This is the new model of 3d printable camera holder.
All parts from this guide can be used with the SuperGreenLab construction set.
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3D printed Raspberry Pi Zero + IR camera holder
Great solution for setting up a timelapse for plant monitoring 🎦
Super simple to setup in any spot
All the parts used for the SGL kits.
SuperGreenLab's construction set.
If you own a 3d printer these are all the parts used to cre
Push the raspberry pi holder part into the arm's wrist.
Then add a 16mm screw to secure the holder in place.
Now attach the arm to the wrist, use a square nut on one side to screw everything together.
Now attach the wall mount to the wrist, use a square nut on one side to screw everything together.
Use some hot glue to attach the camera to the camera holder.
Best is to first place the camera, then add a few drops of glue on the screw holes.
Not clips the camera holder part to the rest, place the raspberry pi in the middle of the sandwich.
No need to add glue or screws, everything should hold together.
Good, now we're ready to put our camera in our box.
You can either use hot glue or strong double tape.
In both cases, don't forget to slightly sand-paper the surface before glueing, some furnitures have a very slick surface, which is not the best for adhesiveness.
Once the holder is glued to your furniture you can tighten the screws.
Don't over tighten is tho, just enough for it to stay in place.