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Post diy Motorized pan/dolly printed (MamoDolly)
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Se qualcuno è interessato, a questo indirizzo potete trovare l'evoluzione del progetto.
Il forum è solo in italiano. :(

If anyone is interested, at this address you can find the evolution of the project.
The forum is only in Italian. :(

http://timelapseitalia.com/forum/thread ... dolly.157/

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Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:17 pm
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Post Re: diy Motorized pan/dolly printed (MamoDolly)
WOW A very professional looking build. I like the way you kept the center of gravity low. Too many dollies and P/T heads are more top-heavy than they should be. This one is great. Excellent job on the pan head. Again, you've done an unconventional design in order to keep the weight low. Well done! What is the layered composite material it is made from? Did you lay up all the parts in a mold or cut them from sheets or blocks of that stuff? The gears appear to be made out of the same stuff. Did you cast or machine the gears too? I also like the nice lettering and graphics on the controller. How did you print those? I hope you don't mind so many questions about something that looks like its made to be sold in large numbers.


Sat Jul 06, 2013 2:30 pm
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Post Re: diy Motorized pan/dolly printed (MamoDolly)
Thanks for the compliments.
Sorry for my broken English.
All plastic parts have been printed with a 3D printer.
The mask of the controller is a simple printing on photo paper and then pasted.
And finally, the project is for personal use.
In the forum indicated there is every indication to build one.
Unfortunately only in Italian.
Hello

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MamoDolly (DIY motorized slider dolly)
TLTools (tool to make professional looking time lapse movies)
http://www.tltools.it


Sat Jul 06, 2013 8:44 pm
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Post Re: diy Motorized pan/dolly printed (MamoDolly)
Very cool! Great concept and nice printing. How much does it weigh? Really well done.


Mon Apr 14, 2014 5:12 pm
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Post Re: diy Motorized pan/dolly printed (MamoDolly)
The weight is decreased significantly.
A precise value do not have it.
Summing the weights of all the plastic parts (including the attachment plates), I think the total is below 100 grams.

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Nikon D5000+Nikon 18-105+Nikon 70-300mm+Nikon 35Mm +Sigma 150-500 +Tokina 11-16
MamoDolly (DIY motorized slider dolly)
TLTools (tool to make professional looking time lapse movies)
http://www.tltools.it


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