This is a simple 3D printed stand I made for the XSC G600 / Mustool G600 Portable Digital Microscope. It’s pretty decent digital microscope I got it as a present, and it works quite good for it’s price.
The stand consists of 3 separate parts – two “legs”, and a “holder”, which clamps to the microscope.
The legs are connected to the holder with two 9mm wide and approx. 230mm long metal rods (like the ones you use on your 3d printer).
I used 9mm instead of 8mm, because I had an unneeded 9mm rod. You can use 8mm rods too – you will just have to tighten them with four M5 screws.
If you use 9mm rods, there is no need – they fit quite tight, but you can still move the microscope UP / DOWN along the rods, so you can omit the screws / nuts.
I printed it on my Anet A8 printer for about 2.5 hours at 0.2mm layer height, 4 perimeters and 10% infill.
Download the files from thingiverse.
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