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Beste Camera inside your 3D printer. #Rollei or #GoPro

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If you want to use a camera on the inside of a closed 3D printer, it is very important that you choose a camera that is suitable for this. Not every camera can be used just like that and there may even be very good reasons why it is better not to use a certain camera, namely a direct fire hazard.

Using an action camera in a closed 3D printer is a great way to make it possible to film the progress of your print. However, it can become very hot inside the printer’s housing and most action cameras are equipped with a Li-Ion or Li-Po battery and these batteries cannot withstand high temperatures.

So if you want to use an action camera in your printer, you will have to feed it in a different way than with the battery. Now most action cameras can be powered by connecting a USB cable to it, but what most people don’t know is that the camera only receives power from the USB cable if the battery is also inserted in the camera, and that is just now what you don’t want.

In this video I show that the Rollei camera can be used without a battery in the camera, so there is no risk of overheating and therefore a fire or explosion.

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