Improved 3D printable camera mount

I updated and improved the design for my pick-and-place machine’s camera and hexagonal LED array holder.

The new version better fits the LED PCB I had manufactured.

Combined with the barebones of a Logitech C270 USB HD Webcam it makes a good table scanner camera for LitePlacer or other pick-and-place machine.

Disclaimer: If you order the camera through above Link, I will receive a small commission from Amazon PartnerNet affiliate program – you will pay the same price as when shopping directly from Amazon.

I also included multiple versions of the top frame to support different thickness of table top – just print the top frame version you need:


Other changes:

  • Enlarged screw holes; these tend to shrink especially when printing ABS
  • Made upper lid more rigid
  • Altered supports for C270 PCB in cam holder

To assemble the case, you need 7x M2 x 6mm screw for thermoplastics and a bit of glue to fix the top frame to LED holder. Find further instructions in my original post.

Again, I am sharing my design under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license.

Download the new files as one ZIP-archive here:

I printed these parts from ABS with 0.4mm nozzle, 0.16mm layer heigh, 1.2mm shell, 0.8mm bottom/top and 20% infill.

If you do not own a 3D printer but want this part, I might be able to print one for you and sell you the finished product.

Please e-mail me at if you are interested.

If this helped you, feel free to buy me some coffee.