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 Fortunately, [plasticmonk already designed a very good fan mount solution](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1469078), allowing a standard 5015 radial fan to be mounted to the bottom two screws of the hotend fan.
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 TODO wiring hotend heatbed part-fan hotend-fan
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 ### Full Graphics Smart LCD
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 ### Webcam
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+No OctoPrint experience is complete without having a webcam connected to the Raspberry Pi.
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+So I bought the, in my view, standard model for 3D printing needs: the Logitech C270.
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+It is cheaply available on Amazon and can record with 720p.
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+Even better, the front-plate can be removed and replaced by some 3D printed parts that allow the focus to be adjusted.
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+Then I still had the problem of mounting the camera to the printer.
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+So one of my first self-made designs became the Webam Holder: an attachment piece for the printer acrylic plates, some connecting bars and adaptor pieces, and the connector to the webcam.
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+ * [Logitech C270 Manual Focus System](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3081838)
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+ * [Fabrikator Mini C270 Webcam Holder](https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1531522)
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 ### LED-Strip
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