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The Kinect is mounted to the 80/20 frame using a small acrylic plate that was laser cut. Because the Kinect can rotate we had to be able to lock it down. This was done by plating small acrylic squares between the body of the Kinect and the base of the Kinect. These plates were held in place with clamps. We were very careful not to squeeze the Kinect enough to damage it. Files for these plates can be found at the bottom of this post.

Although this system suspends the Kinect effectively it didn't provide the flexibility that most users of the Kinect need. For the most part this mounting system was scraped in favor of Magic Arms.

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