I printed out the fantastic cable-managing Raspberry PI Camera arm by hamkers, but wanted my camera to move along with the print bed, so the printed part would be centered and motionless during the whole print.
I tried a few of the ready-to-print solutions I found on THingiverse, but none gave me the stability and stiffness I was looking for, so I designed my own.
You will find detailed instructions on how to mount it on the Creality CR10S Pro, and you will find two versions of this adapter.
The one that I use is to be mounted on the right side of the bed, while the symmetrical version can be mounted both on the left and on the right side of the bed, but obviously requires a bit more plastic.
Keep infill quite high, because this part should be as rigid as possible, to reduce vibrations in the captured image during print.
Tools needed are just the wrench and the allen key provided with the CR10S Pro. It makes things easier to cut off about 20mm from the allen key short side, but it is absolutely optional.
You will have to remove the front bed levelling large knobs and the two screws that hold the protective panel in place under the front of the bed, as shown in the picture
Pull the bed forward all teh way it will go, WITHOUT FORCING! You will need to remove (here is where the shortened allen key comes into play) the rubber wheel with the bearing right behind the front-right orange spring. To make things easier, lift the bed and let the two front screws rest on the metal plate underneath slightly off-axis, so that you have more room underneath the bed.
Insert the printed part, leading the bed levelling screw through the hole in the part, and screwing the rubber wheel part back into place. Remember to put the washer in as well!
Tighten everything back up again, and put the large leveling knobs back into place.
Remember to put the protective pane back into place as well, tightening it with its two allen-key screws.
You are all set to print and attach the rest of the jointed Raspberry PI Camera holding arm!