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Logitech C270 Articulating Arm

by Kanata Mar 8, 2017
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I don't really understand why there is so much clearance between arms joints, this causes much stress when bolts are tightened

Hi drzejkopf

Thanks for the comment, I have been using the one I made for about a year and a half, and I have had no problem. Did yours break?
What kind of filament are you using?
I could redesign it so there is less clearance, but I don't think anybody else is having a problem.
Please let me know what you think.

I have realised that it is probably my fault. I was printing it in PETG and almost every first layer over support came out badly, so the problem is that my make has too much clearance :) but this is a good design, I will give it a try, but before i have to work on my PETG settings, because I am getting lots of stringing and bad first layers over supports when printing, it's probably just the matter of printing speed

No problem.

I had a lot of trouble printing with PETG too, and the most important thing for me was the temperature. Once I found the right temperature, It improved a lot.

Good luck.

How do you print the "Arm Holder Turned" and the C270 holder without supports?

Hi JackedUpFpv
You WILL have to use supports when printing these.
I will change the printing instructions.
Thanks for pointing this out

We had to break ours open to unlock the focus. Love this idea. This is my next project for my FT-5.

Be careful when you remove the pin from the back of the C-270. It comes out only one direction.

what is that lens on the webcam do you have the files? and how does it work