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Thermometer Hygrometer Mount For V-Slots

 This is a mount to hold a very common low cost temperature and humidity sensor on the top of your 3D printer. You simply need two T-nuts and bolts, and the thermometer of course. You can buy two of these on Amazon for only about $6. 

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