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Camera mnt for innRDrive linear motion system

by phineasjw, published

Camera mnt for innRDrive linear motion system by phineasjw Feb 11, 2013
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This is a camera mount adapter to make your innRDRive linear motion axis a camera slider.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2050604530/innrdrivetm-scalable-modular-linear-motion-system

Instructions

1) Print the parts (dimensions are in mm)
2) Insert 1/4"-20 X 0.5"? bolt into thumbwheel (check that the length of bolt is correct before assembly)
3) Insert M5 jam nut into bottom piece
4) Insert 1/4"-20 thumbwheel assembly into camera mount top piece
5) Put top and bottom piece together using alignment pins
6) Put a drop of acetone on the seems to "glue" together
7) Clamp together and let bond set
8) Connect to M5 bolt on innRDrive assembly

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I like the idea. The only problem is that when I loosen the thumbwheel, it wants to travel down and forces the other two pieces apart.

I think you can fix this by making the vertical pieces longer.

I'm using different aluminum, so maybe I'll try redesigning the bottom piece.

Yeah the screw hole is a little too tight. It should be a clearance hole but the holes tend to print undersized. I had to drill out the hole. I will be uploading a newer version of this with the hole oversized later in the week I hope.

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