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The arm allows you to climb with the Z axis to follow the head and make a beautiful Timelapse. it is fixed on the right Z axis without preventing the correct functioning of the axis it uses the spacers to hold it without blocking the rotation of the wheels. moreover it also allows to pass the nape of camera cleanly.
The RGB led support allows you to pass the cables and in the profiles (to remain hestetic) and exit at the bottom of the profiles and join the RaspberryPi place under the screen. I use M3 screws and Tnuts to fix in the profiler (had also 3D printed)
The videos will be more explicit I think.
You can print any material PLA, ABS or other.
the holes are provided for M3 20mm screws (for the arm).
I share my Fusion360 plans with you if any of you want to make the change for some reason or another I would just ask to be cited in the credis if you like :)
Angle cable guide: https://a360.co/39fBBRU
Bottom cable guide: https://a360.co/2MpLvrm
Arm support: https://a360.co/3c6ub5p
Z-axis support: https://a360.co/3qSBodx
Cable Fixer: https://a360.co/3ogobJy
PiCam hand bottom: https://a360.co/2NAbr3Z
PiCam hand top: https://a360.co/3c8oVhG
Led rail: https://a360.co/3ocfMXD
Simple Led arm: https://a360.co/3a2TpPd
Cable led arm: https://a360.co/3sTauUv
Camera Arm: https://a360.co/3qOaenT
Led Arm: https://a360.co/3sSpxxQ
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