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123D Catch is a new application and service from Autodesk that turns a series of photographs into a 3D model of an object or space. The rig described...
You will need a 3D printer, such as a Makerbot, or access to one via a 3D printing bureau such as Shapeways or Ponoko. You will need to print: 1x l-b...
Take one piece of dowel, and cut it into 2x 4" pieces, and 2x 8" pieces
Mark center of your 12" plank. Attach the L-brace to plank with 4x #8 screws.
Place an 8" dowel in the middle of the 3-brace. Insert the 8" dowel into the top of the l-brace. Insert a 4" length of dowel on to the branches of the...
Attach the casters to the bottom of the plank using 8X #8 screws. Try not to hit the screws that hold the 1-brace in place from the other side.
Put a 2-brace on each end of one piece of 8" dowel (the one that is not in the base). Do not secure it with a screw yet.
Assemble the shaft collars by putting a #8 hex bolt through one side, and secure it with a #8 wing nut (do not tighten). The head of the hex bolt goes...
Attach the collar piece to the end of one of the 36" dowels. Put a shaft collar on the dowel with the collar, and slide it down towards the center
Attach the flange to the 8" x 8" board using 4x #8 screws. Attach the other flange to the 6" x 6" board using 4x #8 screws
Slide one end of the 8" dowel with the 2-braces over the other 8" dowel (in the 3-brace). Put a shaft collar on the dowel with the collar, and slide i...
Remove the 8" dowel from the 3-brace and place it in the flange, secure it with 1x #8 screw. Put a shaft collar over the 8" dowel in the flange.
Put the collar on the end of the long dowel over the short dowel in the flange. Adjust the height of the shaft collar so that the long dowel is level...
Place the other long dowel in the top of the 3-brace, threading it through the loose 2-brace. The main structure should be almost completely assembled...
Place the small platform (with flange) over the short dowel that is attached to the bottom plate
Place a shaft collar on the outside of the long horizontal dowel. Tighten it down to secure the boom. Move the shaft collar that you placed on the boo...
Assemble the camera adapter by putting a #8 hex bolt through the two tabs, and secure it with a wing nut. Attach the camera platform to the camera ad...
Put the camera adapter ring over the main pole (vertical dowel) and secure it by tightening the wing nut.
Congratulations! You have finished assembling the rig. Test it out by pushing the base back and forth, it should orbit smoothly around the platform. ...
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Posted:Mar 20, 2012
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