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Interesting stuff jrbums - you can get a similar still-image effect by moving something along the glass of a flatbed scanner as the scan bar moves along - maybe you could interface it with your video processing:
Good job, rpalak - these 3-D printers are amazing things. I'd like to see what you could do with taking your design and turning the bearings 90 degrees in respect to the composite - not sure how you'd mount them, but you'd have one of those sort of "creeper" things that you put under something like table legs to be able to spin it around inside a small space... just a thought.Have fun - keep on building and learning.
When I worked in the photo industry we used to find something that was the same size as bearing's the outer race, but hollow, like a socket or a pipe end, put the thing the bearing was being installed into on a flat piece of wood, and push the bearing in using the socket lined up with the bearing's outer edge with as little force as needed - by hand or by tapping the socket with a nylon-tipped hammer. Keeping the insertion force on the outer bearing race protects the ball bearings and inner race from forces from the sides (like the hammer blow) that they aren't designed to handle.Also, if the bearing has a dust cover, be extra careful not to mash it down as it will cause drag and not keep the dust out and the lube in...
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