Camcorder pan/tilt support

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Camcorder pan/tilt support by knighster35 Nov 22, 2012
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The full and modified pan/tilt support for a light camcorder.


The model misses the engines and all the needed to make it alive like metal axes, ...


I have added an update with new motors supports and change the photo screw axe.

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Have you considered the fact that people can't print this stl file because of the orientation of the parts. and you did not upload any source files (giving people the oppertunity to place the parts correctly so they CAN be printed)

FYI: You can import STLs into sketchup and modify to your heart's content, then export the STL to print.

No, I did not consider this. If it can help, I could upload single file of each parts