I was in the need of mounting both LED lights and a Raspberry Pi camera to my Prusa Mk3. However, I wasn't really finding anything out there that I liked, so decided to make my own. This mount can be used by any printer with an extruded frame!
I wanted a system that allowed for flexibilty, stable and strong parts, and was easy to print. The primary use is for monitoring the printer remotely, with good lighting and the ability to see the entire print bed. The system is modular and can be used to attach multiple items to your printer. The mounting arms fasten into the extruded frame and provide a solid connection to the frame. The mounts have a ball joint and are fastened into place with a printed nut.
Three different mounting arms are provided:
1) Straight 80mm
2) right angle with 10mm arm and 100mm arm after 90 degree
3) right angle with 80mm arm and 100mm arm after 90 degree
The mount screws come in three sizes:
3) 120mm (Not Pictured).
I decided to use a screw mount as there are too many options out there for what people put under their printer, so I couldn't predict the height of everyone's printer. The mount screws make it completely adjustable. I used Dan Kirshner's openscad module for creating the threads. His module is available here: http://dkprojects.net/openscad-threads/threads.scad
There are two mounts provided:
1) Raspberry Pi Camera V2 Mount
2) Universal Mount
The universal mount can be used to attached LED lights or other webcams. It will require zip ties to attach them.
Both sets of mounts are printed with the nut in place. Took a bit of prototyping to get this part nailed down.