This is a universal mount for the Logitech c920 webcam. It uses the original metal arms from the factory base to keep things stronger then a few of the other models out there. I designed it so any included adapter can screw into 4 threaded holes in the "c920 mount.stl". It is possible to use longer screws with nuts if the threads get stripped but if your careful that shouldn't happen.
You will reuse the 2 metal arms and teflon bushings from the original mount that came with the camera. These simply pry out of the mount with a small flathead screwdriver. The bushing and arms stay together as they come out. Press these into the "c920 mount.stl" while making sure the flat on the teflon bushing is facing down. Then replace all the factory screws where they came from.
Currently I have 3 mounting options available. More can be made upon request or you can make your own for your application as there is a file for the dimensions required to make a mount.
First thing to print would be the c920 Mount.stl. This is what attaches to the camera and interfaces with any adapter of your choice.
Next thing to print would be the adapter for your camera system.
Two of the included file are for mounting to the Teaching Tech (TT) Flexible Webcam Mount. It is your choice which to use.
First option is one of my files called "TT cam adapter". It is a direct interface between TT camera link and the c920 mount. This would be mounted with 4-3mm x 6mm screws to the c920 mount. As seen in images above
The second option for the TT system is called "c920 cam adapter TT". This mounts again to the c920 base with 4-3mmx6mm screws and would then attach to the TT HXSJ_S70 file using hardware described on TT's site.
You can find that file here https://www.thingiverse.com/download:5625410
Third option provided is a standard Go Pro mount. That way you can use many of the other camera mounting systems out there.
Please see Teaching Techs design and video here and forward any tips his way.
Printed on its side with supports everywhere. Use support blocker to keep material out of the 4 mounting holes.