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    RBPi Timelapse Camera Mount

    Hi!

    I created a RBPi Camera mount for my Timelapse config
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:633703

    2015-01-13_17.17.21_preview_featured.jpg

    This ofcourse, with help of the following things on Thingiverse:
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:405875
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:427546

    The modifications i did was to the mounting to the base.

    I uploaded a test of the timelapse to youtube, this is what the timelapse looked like:



    Dont mention the bad quality, its purpose is to show the cameras angle towards the print
    Last edited by JonatanJacobsson; 01-13-2015 at 09:43 PM. Reason: Thingiverse link

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    Nice!! cant wait to see a real timelapse of something bigger!

    Upload a pic of the whole set up with the mount on the printer

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    Attachment 409

    I forgot to link the thingiverse-link in the post, but here you go:
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:633703

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    Jonatan
    I notice that your Sketchup model has some solid anomalies that can cause issues with slicers.
    I'd suggest that you install a Sketchup plugin called "Solid inspector2". It is great to inform you and try to automatically fix the object problems.
    Sometimes I don't understand why the slicer does not 'slice' well, and this plugin helps a lot.

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    Got it! Will install

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    Thanks for the Post
    Heres Similar Idea using a GoPro for time Laps @
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    Plate Clip for RapideLite.by TiNkiN.....

    What type of camera are U using is it connected to computer Via software I wanted to use a IP Camera so I can monitor remotely

    Cheers
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    Yea thats mine aswell, thanks for the link I like using different cameras.
    I use the Raspberry Pi Camera for smaller stuff. The GoPro have a larger field of view - so thats perfectly suited for larger objects.

    With the Gopro i just press record and let it save it to the SD card. But with the Raspberry Pi Camera i can create timelapses/monitor the print with Octoprint installed on the Raspberry Pi. I havent found a simple way to connect the GoPro to the Raspberry Pi for monitoring purposes - without buying converters or wifi-stuff

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    My mistake saw you posted link thought it was TiNkiN But still a good idea So same mount

    Dont have a Raspberry Pi But I do have a couple cheap IP cameras that we use for security and a active wifi network

    So I do not have to have it connected to a computer I was into just monitoring
    But if I am right your system is a lot more sophisticated and can do much more

    great work

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    You can probably use a IP Camera on a Raspberry Pi to do the same thing Im sure someone has done something like that.

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    Very very nice, I'm waiting for my raspberry too. I'll install an USB CAM

 

 

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