*New Options have been uploaded with some different sizes for the camera hole. Made one 16.2mm to give some tolerance and also a 17mm just to be safe.
*Updated with v4 of the long arm with an added strut for extra strength and stability to minimize shaking of the camera during prints.
*Updated with even longer arm to support the now angled fan design of the mk3 R3 and MK3S Extruder designs.
*Updated on request with screwdriver holes for configuring the IR sensitivity
Did this remix of both designs referred to since i couldn't find a good camera holder that had support for the official Night vision camera.
The arm is longer to support rotating the wider camera. And also to give a slightly better angle than just from the side.
The camera holder itself is also tweaked slightly to support the camera being attached up side down if you want the cable to come from the top instead. The parts can be rotated how ever you want. It´s also easy to connect and disconnect the camera cable since the connector is more exposed compared to the original design.
Makes it easier when you remove the printer from the enclosure for tinkering or cleaning. The camera can just stay attached.
I wanted to have the proper camera height so that i could remote monitor the nozzle all they way up during the print. But not having to use the enclosure lights all the time.
Fit the parts together with m2 & m3 bolts and nuts as was in the original design for the camera case. And a bolt from the mk3 spare parts kit for the motor attachment.
Depending on your printed part for the motor and your printer you might need to sand the top of the arm a little so it fits on your printer.
Fusion 360 project file is also included for your own tweaks, It´s easy to just make another backplate to attach any kind of camera you want.
Please note: If you re-export from Fusion 360 the stl comes out as 10 times to big.
But just scale it down from 100% to 10% in your slicer and they are in the proper scale.
Printed in Prusa Orange PETG, But PLA should also be fine.