Kestrel GoPro Stabilisation Gimbal Hero 1 and 3 versions
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A custom brushless motor stabilisation gimbal designed to fit my 3D printed quad copter frame. The design may be a little too specific to be useable by many, it is designed for specific motors and the GoPro Hero HD (1st Gen) however I will also be putting together a variation for the GoPro 3.
First test video http://youtu.be/bbDWjGNbhfU
The gimbal controller is a martinez v3 details can be found here https://code.google.com/p/brushless-gimbal/
Instructions, parts list and OpenSCAD source to follow...
8 X M2x12 for motors
8 X M3x6 for motors
2 X M3x25 for connecting front and back arm
2 X M3 Nut for connecting front and back arm
2 X M3x50 for adjustable counter balance.
Various M3 bearings, washers or nuts on the M3x50 to balance the gimbal.
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