Published Dec 14, 2020
As part of my “One project a day” challenge which you can read here on what I did on a high level, I wanted to program a PWM driver for a pan tilt camera. I considered a lot of variations, even thinking of designing one on my own, and eventually stumbled upon this Pan-Tilt camera remixed by Msystemsrl. It was a perfect proof of concept for me!
This print has altogether 8 parts. 3 for the camera, 2 for the base of the camera, 2 for tilt direction, and 1 for the base as well as the pan direction. I faced some tolerance issues, but was able to correct them easily by snipping some parts off with a wire cutter.
Here is the camera in parts:
Due to my lack of screws and servo horns, I had to hotglue some portions together.
Here is the full assembly:
This device was almost perfect, it only had one flaw: why is it front heavy? >.< I was kind of disappointed when the finished assembly couldn’t stand on its own. Nevertheless, it still works if I tape it down to a surface.
Here are some of the projects I have done:
Credits to Msystemsrl from Thingiverse.com, I merely took this model and decided to review it here!