New DIY turntable

Discuss about cameras, projectors, calibration panels, turntables etc.
Alonso
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Re: New DIY turntable

Post by Alonso »

Native cad models are preferred but STEP works too
martan
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Re: New DIY turntable

Post by martan »

What is native to you? I used Solid Edge ST7 for this project. I think...
HP 3D Scan, Optoma ML750, 2x IS DMK 23UX236 with Computar 12mm, HP calibration panel, DIY Rotary tables.
Alonso
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Re: New DIY turntable

Post by Alonso »

I use Solidworks and Fusion360. STEP should be ok
martan
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Re: New DIY turntable

Post by martan »

Try this!

Quick and dirty as always.
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HP 3D Scan, Optoma ML750, 2x IS DMK 23UX236 with Computar 12mm, HP calibration panel, DIY Rotary tables.
kth307000
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Re: New DIY turntable

Post by kth307000 »

martan wrote: 03 Jun 2020, 19:22 I made the openscan turntable earlier in this year. Fun to build but not much use for me....

What I have missed for a long time is a slightly larger turntable that can handle a lite more weight.
I looked in the garage what I had and designed with the parts I found. Cost was close to zero.
Some 3D-printed parts and the plate from the "IKEA Snurra" . Arduino Uno with Stepper Shield.


It works fine :-)

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Concept:
(https://sites.google.com/site/janbeck/3 ... for-david4)
Will this turntable work automatically in the david program?

If it works, I wonder how it is possible.

I'm always envious of those who are very capable.
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