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My experience with the slider
05-28-2020, 07:32 PM (This post was last modified: 05-29-2020 08:43 PM by MisterMaker.)
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My experience with the slider
Since I cannot upload pictures of more than 500kb
See my pictures on my twitter:
https://twitter.com/MvdH74169613/status/...4721357824
Things I did.
Used a standard cnc shield controller box with a silent fan which I had laying around, can download the box here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1765459
Added a holder for this box and fixed both the battery pack and the control box with Velcro.
I designed my own tripod mounts, one goes directly in the clip, the other is screwed on a cheap ball joint.
This is a monopod that I already had, you can also use a cheap light fixture. But I use the ball joint to be able to put the camera on an angle.
My camera is fixed with my own designed tripod mount. It is currently only fixed with friction
Some testing results they all where not on the current setup:
https://twitter.com/MvdH74169613/status/...6608168965
https://twitter.com/MvdH74169613/status/...5190298626
I'll update this thread.
Yesterday I noticed some vibrations in the footage, so today I did some more testing and saw that if the slider is under an angle not all wheels are rotating.
I had this issue in putting tension on the wheels, I had or to much or not enough tension. So I was almost breaking the 3D printed part, or I had to much wobble.
I probably going to try 3D printed v-wheels that have some kind of spring effect.
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My experience with the slider - MisterMaker - 05-28-2020 07:32 PM
RE: My experience with the slider - JohnQ - 06-03-2020, 09:15 AM
RE: My experience with the slider - JohnQ - 06-04-2020, 09:11 PM
RE: My experience with the slider - JohnQ - 06-16-2020, 09:47 PM

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