The Top Mount is a part that fits onto the Body, and it has M3 screw holes that allow for the attachment of a number of different things, including a Battery Box, a Breadboard Mount, and more.
The Top Mount is the second-biggest single piece of the kit, but it takes a lot less plastic to print it than the Body takes.
- Time: 2 hours 43 minutes (with 0.3mm layer height) - 8 hours (with 0.15mm layer height)
- Weight: ~24g
- Metres of Filament Needed: ~8m
- Cost of Filament: ~$1 CAD (going off an average of $35/kg)
- Needs Supports: No
- Needs Raft: No
- Skirt Recommended: Yes
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