I love the little $20 cameras from Wyze ( https://www.wyzecam.com/ ), but the magnetic mount they come with is limiting. This design allows you to securely mount a Wyze Cam v2 to V-Slot extrusions that are commonly used for 3D printer frames.
I have provided STLs for two versions of the mount. One has a standard v-slot profile depth, and is ideal when using a standard tee-nut. The other has a reduced profile depth so that you can use it with "drop-in" tee nuts. Fusion 360 source is provided for those who want to do further customization, such as changing the height of the mount (see attached photo to see the parameters that are available).
To use this, you will need to disassemble the the base of the Wyze mount. On the base there are 4 rubber pads that are affixed with adhesive. Remove these, and there will be screws underneath. After removing these screws, the base plate will come off, and it should be evident how to remove the base at the lower, horizontal, pivot.
Save the pivot hardware, as you will use that to attach to this mount. You will also need a tee-nut and a M5x10mm screw (ideally flat head).
If the Wyze hardware comes loose, you may want to use a little purple thread-locker to secure things. You can tighten it down pretty firmly, though, as the plastic tabs are supported by the Wyze pivot.
Doesn't matter PETG or PLA