hi, here is a simple and cheap way to make a camera holder with 2 laboratory waste, a wooden strip (2cm x 4cm x 150cm), a threaded screw (about 30 cm) and some bolts and washers
1 table saw
1 jiggle saw
1 column drill (or classic drill)
1 wrench (or a screwdriver with a suitable insert)
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Step 1: Project With Sketchup
before starting to cut the wood, to avoid mistakes, I usually do a sketchup drawing to get an idea of what to do
Step 2: Cut the Wood
now that I know what to do I can start to cutting the pieces as I need them.
it takes 6 short pieces (about 8cm) and others 3 long pieces (about 25/30cm,it depends on how much you want both the total length).
remember that the ends must be rounded to allow the strips to rotate.
once all the pieces are cut and perforated we can proceed with the assembly.
Step 4: Final Results
and here is a simple diy camera holder with about 5 € of material