The Octolapse V0.4.1 With Raspberry Pi Camera

Introduction

Create your 3D print time-lapse using Octolapse. Octolapse is designed to make a stabilized time-lapses of your 3d prints and straightforward. Octolapse moves the print bed and the extruder to its position before taking a snapshot. Snapshots can be taken at each layer change, at specific height increments, after a period of time has elapsed, or when certain GCodes are detected. Now you can create a seamless time-lapse without custom camera installation, and no GCode customization is required.

Video

Watch this video to learn more about how to install the Octolapse v0.4.1 with Raspberry Pi Camera.

Hardware Preparation

This is the list of items used in the video.

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