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Camcorder pan/tilt support v2

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Camcorder pan/tilt support v2 by knighster35 Dec 5, 2012
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The full and modified pan/tilt support for a light camcorder.
Evolution is pan and tilt modules are made of 3 parts to assemble with screws.

Instructions

You must use screws to assemble the whole part.

Pan parts and tilt parts must be screwed alltogether to make the pan and tilt modules.
Motor support and motor fix must be screwed to the pan module.

Motors are model Igarashi 20G-50 and Igarashi 20G-150

PS: sorry for my english

Edit: I have uploaded the sketchup file. I don't have time to split all my part in a print3D

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great, but unlike grabcad where people cheer each other on for uploading random stuff, thingiverse is for 3d printing, not something that can be done with that .stl upload the source file so people can place the parts so they CAN be printed, or arrange the parts so before you export to .stl

It's hardly ever possible to reverse-import an .stl file

Use the second STL file. All parts are put on the same plane.

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