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I recently bought my first own 3D printer after only having designed 3D objects so far and sending out my files to a 3rd party printing option for a few years. Now starting out in the printing game myself I initially wanted to print the 702/Cine7 sunshade mount, shared by segments a few months back. (Sascha, thanks for being fine with me posting this here, as most of this came from your idea)

I quickly ran into some issues, as the printing bed of my PRUSA Mini is to small to print segmento's design in a single file and printing supports in PETG can be a pain. We also found out that the 1/4" thread placement of a 702 Touch and the ones of the Cine 7 differs slightly so his 702 Touch version was not compatible to my Cine7 monitor.

I decided to design my own version of it and ended up with the following. A modular flat design of the same idea. The sunhood frame is being held in place by separate clamps, which are printed individually. That way everything can be arranged on a smaller printing bed and there is no need for supports. The Small HD bluetooth remote mount is something I wanted to play with for a while. It finds its place under the monitor, thereby not making it much wider, which suits my overall FIZ setup. To make the Remote less thick, I took off the plastic clamp in the back.

I designed the sunhood frame to be magnetic, so it features 6 holes that perfectly fit 1cm round magnets, which again connect securely with the carbon sunhood that I have been using for the past few years. It also fits the additionally printed monitor protection cover to securely store the monitor overnight.

Overall I am very happy with the result. Printing it from PETG is advised as the cine7 monitor becomes quite hot and might end up warping the PLA version of it.

ADDITIONALLY I made a separate Small HD Remote Bracket for the WCU-4, so you can actually control your monitor without letting go of your hand unit / focus knob. The remote clamps tightly into it and sits right under the lower hand unit buttons. This one I printed in PLA, as it needs support while printing in my current design.

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