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Spinning platform for photography - Mini turntable

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31.12.2020
Doplnena rotacni deska na 14 cm a 20 cm. Pouzita loziska 624(ZZ) a M4 srouby s nylonovou matici. // Added a rotating plate for 14 cm and 20 cm. Used bearings 624 (ZZ) and M4 bolts with nylon nut.
https://youtu.be/blGmY5eO09Y
https://youtu.be/86wEQz3YqjI


Jednoducha tocici se plosina nejen na fotografovani.
K pohonu je pouzit DC 5V Stepper Motor 28BYJ-48 + ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Module pro Arduino (or similar).
Cele je to ovladano pres Arduino Nano (lze pouzit i Uno ale je to zbytecne). Napajeni z 5V USB, nebo z externi baterie.
Prilozen step soubor a fusion 360 soubor
Dve velikosti tocici se plosiny - 80mm a 140mm v prumeru
Pro zakladni otaceni je mozno pouzit neco primo z prikladu pro Arduino (soucasti Arduino IDE).
Take je mozno pridat potenciometr, pro kontrolu rychlosti otaceni.
Jednoduchy arduino kod (opis z prikladu) prilozen mezi soubory.
Elektronika:
motor je prisroubovan M4-6mm (lze pouzit samozrejme i M3, ale nemel jsem momentalne tak kratke) srouby se zapustnou hlavou, pouzite nylonove matice (neni podminkou)
Arduino Nano a ULN driver je pripevnen pomoci tavne pistole - dostacujici.

Krabicka je sesroubovana pomoci sroubu a matic M3.
Na spodni cast vika doporucuju nalepit nejakou gumu jako nozicky

Simply rotating, the platform is not just for photography - MINI TURNTABLE.
DC 5V Stepper Motor 28BYJ-48 + ULN2003 Stepper Motor Driver Module for Arduino (or similar).
It is completely controlled via Arduino Nano (Uno can also be used, but it is unnecessary). Powered by 5V USB or external battery.
Step file and fusion 360 file included
Two sizes of rotating platforms - 80mm and 140mm in diameter
For basic rotation it is possible to use something directly from the example for Arduino (part of Arduino IDE).
It is also possible to add a potentiometer to control the rotation speed.
A simple arduino code (from the example) included between the files.
Electronics:
the motor is screwed with M4-6mm (of course M3 can also be used, but I didn't have such a short one at the moment)
Arduino Nano and ULN driver is attached with a hot air gun - sufficient.

The box is screwed together with an M3 screw and nuts.
I recommend sticking some rubber like legs on the bottom of the lid

https://youtu.be/ZGWSY8PIkdI

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  • Last update: 2020/12/31 at 22:04
  • Publication date: 2020/12/08 at 12:13

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