Panner With Arduino

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Introduction: Panner With Arduino

This project it’s a new time-lapse tripod or panning with two axis that works with an arduino protoboard.

Everyone will be able to create their own time-lapse trajectory without need to check it. With the arduino code we’ll can change the value for the movement degrees that we want.

Step 1: Bill of Materials

- SERVO MOTORS x2

- BUTTONS x2

- ARDUINO BOARD

- PROTOBOARD

- RESISTORS x2

Step 2: Assembly

Step 3: Code

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Step 4: PAN Video

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    10 Comments

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    vadim058
    vadim058

    3 years ago on Step 4

    is there a source 3D model for the phone?

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    locklarryup
    locklarryup

    5 years ago

    It's a Fake Instructable. i have taken apart many pan and tilt IP Cams that were broken and fixed them almost all of them had a belt drive similar to this one. the bad side to this design is it wont last very long and it becomes unreliable.

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    scratchndent
    scratchndent

    Reply 4 years ago

    and it just needs a rubber band

    so u could keep replacing

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    scratchndent
    scratchndent

    Reply 4 years ago

    possibly but it would still work

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    MatthieuR
    MatthieuR

    6 years ago

    Step motors might be more precise and smoother.

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    jsushil
    jsushil

    Reply 6 years ago

    you right, You have some idea how to make more smotther??

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    theoriginalrage
    theoriginalrage

    6 years ago

    There's not much to go by here. I made it on https://123d.circuits.io but it doesn't appear to do anything. You need to add more definition to this instructable. How does it work? What do the buttons do? Why is 1 servo connected to 5v and the other 3.3v? Hook us up with some content and answers.

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    bwh13
    bwh13

    6 years ago

    Slick video
    Not much in the line of instructions though