YALCM (Yet Another Lightburn Camera Mount)

That is a nice mount, but you do not really need anything complicated or adjustable

This is what I made in about 5 minutes and it works perfectly on the 1420. And since it does not move that is one less way it can lose alignment.

I used some UV epoxy to glue the camera board to the acrylic.

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Chris’ swivel design was a bonus for my machine because it allowed me to get the camera parallel to the cutting bed. It resulted in less distortion for the camera to have to correct.

Wayne, you can buy powered/amplified USB cables for that longer length.

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Wayne,

I am not sure who you were directing your question to, but if you meant me, no, I am not selling the mounts - the files are included here somewhere which you could easily cut yourself and the nuts and screws are easily available and cheap to buy. It would cost more to ship than the material to build it yourself.

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where did you get the “phone” mount (i think it is)

Thanks
Wayne

It’s from natomounts.com.

@Sparkman Thanks for the design. Just what I was looking for. Except I will be building it out of wood. I don’t have the acrylic available to me, and I am not going to buy any. And since I am a woodworker, there is no reason not too. Thanks.

Nothing wrong with dead tree carcasses. Tip - if you have a plastics supply place nearby sometimes they will let you pick through the cut off bin and you would be surprised what you can find. :wink:

@Sparkman There isn’t crap around here. I have to travel an hour just to get to a woodworking store. I have lots and lots of wood.

Very nice design. I am new to this and am awaiting my laser to arrive. I will be ordering a camera also soon after. I would love to have your design as the first project to cut. THANKS

I’d love to have the file!

CameraMount.lbrn (98.8 KB)

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