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Posted by Csegő
I am perfectly satisfied this project. I ordered all the parts from the company, except the 3D printed elements since I have a 3d printer. Although I am a complete beginner when it comes to electronics, robotics and whatnot, it was super easy to build this one. The schematics provided by the company are super easy to follow. Literally anyone can build this slider. And btw it was huge inspiration to build other kind of arduino stuff as well.
It does the same than way more expensive sliders
Posted by Isaac
I have been using it 2 weeks and I love it. It does the same than Professional sliders but for the 5th part of their prices
Thanks for this CAMERA SLIDER!
Posted by Moralekindre
I really wanted to use my camera for short videos of my products. This slider was MORE THAN ENOUGH. The tracking object works like a charm 🙂
I am using it with my webcam on top :-D
Posted by Gerald Francis
Beside using it with my LUMIX camera for timelapse videos. I have attached my webcam to the moving platform and my skypes conferences can show much more than before 😀
Posted by Stubby
Well-though-out and engineered Camera Slider kit. Incredible combination of slider hardware, 3-D printed plastic parts, steppers, an Arduino, and a WiFi telemetry sketch with cellphone App from one single source. Definitely easy for somebody with intermediate level kit building skills. Putting the stepper motor timing tape out of the way inside the slider rail was brilliant.
Posted by Igor
Thank you Jjrobot team for you r great work, slider is really good. but there is an improvement have to be done to properly track the object. There is a wrong calculation made in the code for Y_MOTOR_REDUCTION option in the Configuration.h file. We have to use 10.0000000 as we have 100 teeth on the main gear and 10 teeth on the pinion. after this if you change this – objects will be tracked properly (tested with laser pointer ticket to the slider platform it stays in the same place during the movement). I’ve attached a screenshot of my changes, would be useful for other people who made this slider. Best regards, Igor
Amazing, nothing to add
Posted by D.B
The camera slider works perfectly fine, easy to use and build, if you order it, just keep in mind that any 3D printers may have little superficials ends that you may need to polish/ or remove, pretty easy and straight foward to do. Support is reactive and listening to you, great company. 10/10
Working! and nicely!
Posted by Slovan
I got two 1 meter round bar from my local store, printed everything and downloaded the APP. THIS IS THE BEST diy CAMERA SLIDER I have found so far (And I am always researching) GREAT JOB jjRobots!
Impressive and well designed camera slider
Posted by Joao MAKER
I thought a 3D printed camera slider would not be sturdy enough but I was wrong. The tracking object feature makes the difference
Just what I wanted
Posted by Christian
It meets my expectations. Smooth, reliable and OPEN SOURCE. 5 out of 5
Stable and smooth!
Posted by Anton
I got this kit a week ago. It took 40 min to set it up. Easy. I have been using my iphone to take time-lapse photos and everything went smooth like butter. I love this project.
Posted by Daniel Garcia
Lo he moficiado un poco para poder cargar con mas peso y funciona perfectamente. Publicare como en github tan pronto como pueda. La APP de control va muy bien (y gratis!)
The 5 stars will be well deserved!
Posted by Bernard
La documentation fournie et les pièces proposées permettent de fabriquer un vrai slider motorisé à un prix compétitif. Pour ma part je l’ai réalisé avec des rails acier de 1m, ce qui permet un déplacement maxi de la caméra d’environ 90 cms. Parfait avec une camera d’action (YI, gopro, etc) ou Osmo Pocket (voir ma vidéo de test, ici, le rail supportant une camera Lumix GX80 : https://youtu.be/nm3fFSaUyag ) Sur une telle longueur l’utilisation d’un DLSR est moins conseillée le poids de l’ensemble étant élevé : on attend impatiemment que JJROBOTS donne les plans pour un slider utilisant des rails de 14 ou 16 mm (ma pratique de fusion 360 ne m’a pas permis de modifier les pièces comme je l’aurais souhaité) ! Enfin, il faut prévoir de rehausser les pieds de quelques millimètres car le moteur central navigue trop près du sol. La conception du “brain” est excellente et le tout peut facilement être placé dans une petite boite. Attention toutefois à la fixation des câbles des moteurs, fragile et difficile à sécuriser (ça m’a coûté l’achat d’un brain supplémentaire !). Pas de problème particulier avec l’application. A mon avis les points suivants permettraient cependant de la rendre parfaite : – pas de pré remplissage par défaut des champs Y et X (qui ne conviennent jamais !) – positionner le champ X avant le champ Y (simple logique !) – enfin autoriser l’entrée d’une valeur négative pour le “rail lenght”, ce qui permettrait de démarrer en sens inverse où que se trouve le chariot sur le rail. Les 5 étoiles seront alors largement méritées ! Dernier point, et non des moindres, l’équipe est réactive et à l’écoute, ce qui est bien agréable lorsqu’on rencontre une difficulté !
The documentation provided and the parts offered make it possible to manufacture a real motorized slider at a competitive price. For my part I realized it with steel rails of 1m, which allows a maximum displacement of the camera of about 90 cms. Perfect with an action camera (YI, gopro, etc.) or Osmo Pocket (see my test video, here, the rail supporting a Lumix GX80 camera: https://youtu.be/nm3fFSaUyag) On such a length the use of a DLSR is less advisable the weight of all being high: we wait anxiously that JJROBOTS gives the plans for a slider using rails of 14 or 16 mm (my practice of fusion 360 m did not allow to modify the rooms as I would have liked)! Finally, it is necessary to plan to raise the feet by a few millimeters because the central engine is sailing too close to the ground. The design of the “brain” is excellent and everything can easily be placed in a small box. Be careful, however, the fixing of the cables of the engines, fragile and difficult to secure (it cost me the purchase of an additional brain!). No particular problem with the application. In my opinion the following points, however, would make it perfect: – no default prefilling of the Y and X fields (which are never suitable!) – position the X field before the Y field (simple logic!) – finally allow the entry of a negative value for the “rail lenght”, which would start in the opposite direction wherever the trolley on the rail. The 5 stars will be well deserved! Last but not least, the team is responsive and attentive, which is nice when you encounter a difficulty!
Please release the iOS control APP!
Posted by Paul
Everything is perfect. Smooth and easy to modify but please release the iOS control APP version asap!
Posted by Dom
Had been looking for both a project to put together and had been looking at camera sliders for a while . So when I saw this, it was a no brainer. The print files worked well, I printed mine with PETG so there was some stringing etc to clean up on the gear for instance but once I cleaned them up it worked exactly as expected. Currently I don’t have the plastic cover on the circuit board as I can’t really take this outside right now but will put that on then. Also have to give props to the customer service I received, at the time of my purchase there is no battery option that comes with it but upon asking via email whether or not I could use one and how to make that work I received an email with details of how that could be implemented, as well as being infot that a battery pack option would be included some time in the near future. Given this is a kit and your experience may vary depending on your skill level, I can tell you that I am at best a novice and I made it work (easily!) So I think if you can you should give it a go.
Do not use other aluminium rail that the recommended!
Posted by Donald Woo
I have problems inserting the two ENDs (pulley and Motor) to the rail. The problem was that I was using the wrong aluminium rail. I initially blamed the design but it was my fault. USE THE V-shaped rail! See the photo for details. I couldn´t fully insert it. Besides that, very stable and smooth camera slider
Not suttisfied. Not stable for DLSR. Not so happy as expected :(
Posted by Anton TDK
Too much shaking. Your DSLR will fall overtime. Construction not complete. OK for GOPRO or Phone. No extra grip on lags. No wholes for mounting slider on 2 stands or tripod. My 1600$ DSLR + Canon lens 77mm shaking. Everything holder on 8mm plastic pin inside. No good reviews was before I bought it. If you will film with GOPro or Phone only, than it is worth it money. I’m super handy, but for normal user it misses practical video instructions. ( What to do if metAl rods does not fit / if crackers appear on plastic part / how to hear metal part on motor to fit plastic teeth sprocked and more.
From jjRobots team:
Hi Anton, Sorry to read this. The Camera Slider was not created to add that kneecap to the base and support that weight. It looks like the camera+battery may weight around a kilogram?. That will shift the center of gravity too much and make the rotating base to touch the moving carriage in just one point originating the shaking (and the the linear bushing to release the rail). Regarding the tripod support: we are working on it. We are testing a new piece that can be attached to the tripods screws.
Thank you for your feedback Anton! Really. This help us to improve our robots continuously.
This is the Control board that will help you to create your Robotics Project without the hassle of integrating different modules. The DEVIA control board has been used to conceive all the jjRobot projects. We have opted to create a board with enough sensors/ports and outputs but keeping 100% Arduino compatibility.
This board has a powerful ARM M0 processor and will be recognized by the Arduino IDE as the Arduino ZERO with NATIVE USB PORT. Just plug and play! Designed in Europe and Assembled by mrobotics in USA.
ARM Cortex M0 processor (ATSAMD21G18) (the same mounted on the powerful Arduino Zero)
ESP12 Wi-Fi module integrated (programmable via GPIO pads on the back of the board)
This is an OPEN SOURCE / 3D printed Scara Robotic Arm Kit. Arduino M0 based and created using common elements from the Makers/ 3D printers World. Controlled by the DEVIA Robotics board and programmed in Python. All the control APPs are freely available for any Windows and macOS system.
NOTE: This is a fully working Scara type Arm. We are still polishing + adding customer´s request features to the control APPs (for PC and smartphones/tables) Stay tuned for software updates.
Robot frame total height: 270 mm.
Nº of axis: 3 (arm) + 2 (clamp)
Working height with the clamp mounted: 145 mm
Arm (extended) length: 24 cm
Working area: 1190 cm2
Horizontal max. speed: 220 mm/s
Vertical max speed: 55 mm/s
Total Weight: 2120 grams
Repeatability (mm): 0.4 mm
Maximum Payload Capacity (arm extended) = approx. 150 g
Range of motion per axis: Arm: ~190° Forearm: ~280°
Some elements are optional as we wanted you to save money if you already have them. The 3D printed parts SET is optional too (the 3D models are available here). If you tick all the option boxes below and pick a power supply, you will get everything you need to create your own Scara Robot Arm
SCARA Arm 3D printed parts SET(optional)
3x Steel Rod (Stainless 304/306) Ø 8 mm 250 mm (optional)
3x NEMA 17 stepper motor (high torque) (optional)
12V/2APower supply with 2.1 mm POWER JACK (optional)
LIDAR distance sensor + i2C cable(optional)
2x MOTOR CABLES (45 cm)
1x MOTOR CABLE (14 cm)
2x 16 teeth GT2 pulley
2x Linear Bearing LM8UU
1x Linear Bearing LM8LUU
5x Circular Ball bearing 623zz
1x Circular Ball bearing 608zz
3x Circular Ball bearing 6002RS
2x SERVO carbon gears MG92R
1x Threaded Steel Rod (Z axis) + nut Ø 8 mm 200 mm
3x Timing belt 280 GT2
2x Cable SERVO extender 50 cm
1x Cable wrap 50 cm (fabric)
1x Aluminium axis coupler (8to5)
1x Evo Foam 15 × 30 mm (to increase the gripper friction)