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this is a step by step guide of how to build a one axis camera gimbal although it would be easy enough to add a second asis.for paning.
2 bearings- pvc pipe-600mm servo-9gram wood-balsa-any glue-hot glue or anything wire-any weights-stuff thats heavy metal pipe-0.7mm TOOLS dremel tool hot glue gun
get you pvc pipe and cut it to 100mm get your pipe and cut a hole in the side the same size as you camera. for a gopro ...
now cut a piece of balsa wood to the width of the pipe and lengh of the pipe and glue in place you can now start to create ...
now you can insert the bearings find the center of each end cap and draw around the bearing now cut out the circle and fit bearing in place ...
you can now insert the metal tube into the bearing and glue in place my tube was cut to 80mm but you can always cut off the excess, ...
balancing the gimabl- insert your camera into the gap and slowly attach weight to the back with bluetack untill it sits balanced once balanced cut a hole into ...
now its time to build the frame my frame is just a piece of wood cut around the pipe but you can bacicly do anything
now you can install the servo for the pan i jsut attatched it so that it has a push rod for controll look at pics for better understanding.
video coming soon
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