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  • abarco commented on ivansantibanezflores's instructable Dolly Slider6 months ago
    Dolly Slider

    I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear ...see more »I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear shots.The circular parts under the tripods head allow the horizontal panning.The pvc pipe allows vertical panning.The inferior butterfly nut frees or stops the horizontal panning.The handle allows and stops the vertical panning.The round headed bolts set the camera to the tripods head.That's all the text within the instructions, hope it helps!

    I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear ...see more »I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear shots.The circular parts under the tripods head allow the horizontal panning.The pvc pipe allows vertical panning.The inferior butterfly nut frees or stops the horizontal panning.The handle allows and stops the vertical panning.The round headed bolts set the camera to the tripods head.That's all the text within the instructions, hope it helps!

    I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear ...see more »I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screwsbike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional)Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear shots.The circular parts under the tripods head allow the horizontal panning.The pvc pipe allows vertical panning.The inferior butterfly nut frees or stops the horizontal panning.The handle allows and stops the vertical panning.The round headed bolts set the camera to the tripods head.That all the text within the instructions, hope it helps!

    I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings 11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts 1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screws bike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional) Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow li...see more »I can try to translate the text for you, sorry in advance for any grammar errors..This project was born out of the necessity to record lineal and panning shots without the shaky camera on hand. To be able to generate a subtle and smooth movement.Step 1: Materials and toolsFor the Dolly:9mm wood6-10x28 ball bearings 11- 5/16" bolts23- 5/16" nuts 1" aluminum angle3- 33mm pvc pipes4- 33mm pvc elbowsFor the tripod head:9mm wood1/4" string3- 1/4" screws2 - 1/4" butterfly nuts2- 1/4" round-headed boltsMultiple 3x1 1/4" screws bike handle (optional)Tools:Table sawhacksawWrenchpliersWood gluePoxipol (I think this is a hard plastic adhesive used in Argentina)Sander (optional) Step 2: How does it works?The pvc rails combined with the ball bearings allow linear shots.The circular parts under the tripods head allow the horizontal panning.The pvc pipe allows vertical panning.The inferior butterfly nut frees or stops the horizontal panning.The handle allows and stops the vertical panning.The round headed bolts set the camera to the tripods head.That all the text within the instructions, hope it helps!

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