This camera case can be used with [Articulating Raspberry Pi Camera Mount for Prusa MK3 and MK2](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3114849) by [sneaks](https://www.thingiverse.com/sneaks/about). If you are interested in setting up a webcam on your 3D Printer, please go check it out. The design is very well thought out and worked wonderfully for me.
### Used Components: - [IR Camera for Raspberry pi](https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32820804845.html?spm=a2g0s.90423188.8.131.52d9c4c4dSzs48l) - [2020 Extrusion mount](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3114849/files) (2020_standard.STL) by [sneaks](https://www.thingiverse.com/sneaks/about) - Two M2.5*10 screws - Four screws provided with the camera (Approx dimensions _ d=1.95mm, dk=3.6mm, L=5mm, k=1.1mm)
### Assembly: 1. **Make sure you connect the ribbon cable to the camera module first.** It is very difficult to connect (or disconnect) ribbon cable once you put the camera and case together. 2. Pull the ribbon cable through the slot. 3. Align the camera module with the screw holes on the case. 4. place the lights **on top of the module**. 5. Use the four screws provided with the camera to fasten the parts to the case. **The screws might need to be tightened harder than you think. If it is not tight enough, the camera board and light board will not make good enough contact, resulting in the lights not working.** 6. Connect the camera to Raspberry Pi and check if the camera and lights are functional. If the lights are not working, try adjusting the light threshold with the potentiometer (little screw-shaped) on light boards, or try tightening the screws from step 5. 7. Snap-fit the case cover. 8. Assemble the case with 2020 Extrusion mount using Two M2.5*10 screws.
### Happy Printing!
Please let me know how it turned out. Any suggestions or questions are welcome!