Is The Pricing Correct?

Discussion in 'Materials' started by bbowen, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. bbowen
    bbowen Member
  2. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    The link doesn't work.

    The pricing might be correct,- You can safe money if it is possible hollowing some parts and with less wall thickness.
     
  3. bbowen
    bbowen Member
    How do I share a design from My Workshop?
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2017
  4. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    You can go to "3D tools"

    upload_2017-11-10_21-18-39.png

    There you copy the generated link
    upload_2017-11-10_21-19-55.png
    paste into forum.

    Or:
    just copy & paste pictures into the forum
     
  5. bbowen
    bbowen Member
  6. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    Is this the counterweight, or the adapter for the cam?
    Is this the final design?

    For 3D printed Nylon, it's a big & solid part 13 x / 13 y / 5.7 z
     
  7. bbowen
    bbowen Member
    Its a stand for the gimbal to sit on a table, etc. The handle of the gimbal slides into the round opening. I didn't design it. A guy posted it on a group and I don't have a 3D printer, so I was looking for a way to print it.

    I could almost buy a 3d printer for that price.
     
  8. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    Try my example file with nearly same dimensions.
    Hollowed 2mm wall thickness . Bottom 130x130mm
     

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  9. stonysmith
    stonysmith Well-Known Member Moderator
    How heavy is the gimbal? if it's not very heavy, then you could make this base hollow which would drop the price a bit, perhaps even half, but anything 13cm is going to be pricey.
     
  10. bbowen
    bbowen Member
    a little over a pound with the camera
     
  11. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    Reduced to functionality, it could look like this one

    upload_2017-11-10_22-5-34.png

    ... useful for Bonsai christmas trees too
     

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  12. bbowen
    bbowen Member
    Nice. I uploaded your other design. Waiting on it to finish.
     
  13. bbowen
    bbowen Member
    That got it down to $90. Your most recent design seems like it would be significantly cheaper. I wonder if it would be stable enough if the gimbal moved?
     
  14. kaadesign
    kaadesign Well-Known Member
    Your original model, the weak area is the tube piece,- the thick base plate doesn't help/affect anything.

    upload_2017-11-11_10-36-15.png

    less dynamics with the stiffening rips
    upload_2017-11-11_10-38-33.png


    Another way:
    Buy an mini tripod ($15) & print a tiny adapter ($10)
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