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Topic: 360 photo turntable. Small Job, Paid, in London Area N7 (Read 2806 times) previous topic - next topic

badger79

Hello Everyone

I am a 360 degree shoe photographer. We rotate products and photo them many times to create
spins for the web. we currently turn the disc by hand.
We have built a nice machine - but have had lots of trouble driving the stepper motor.
If anyone has had experience with driving motors - and can pop down to our studio in london
please click on this link to read our brief with photos.
i look forward to hearing from you - thanks james

http://www.perowne.co.uk/arduino/Arduinopowered360Machine.pdf



wiz

How many steps per rev is the motor?  I did exactly this on a 1 metre diameter clock face a few years ago, and without microstepping the motor or using a large gear ratio, it was impossible to get a smooth ramp accel/decel motion. The other thing I did was to use one index position and then do all the rest by counting step pulses.

AWOL

North of the river at this time of night?
Are you mad?
"Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart." Ulysses Everett McGill.
Do not send technical questions via personal messaging - they will be ignored.

wiz

I have been North to Whitechapel  & I still bear the scars.
3 hours to do 30 miles, £28.00 to park and £10.00 congestion charge.

mmcp42

are you stilling looking for help with this?

I have already built 'duino interfaces for the various parts you need:
a) stepper motor
b) camera trigger

if you're driving the stepper correctly you don't need a sensor
so then the flash won't interfere!

what photo kit do you use?
I'm a Canon man, but I will talk to Nikonites!

cheers
Mike
there are only 10 types of people
them that understands binary
and them that doesn't

hcphoto

HI, i´m doing 360 photography but can´t afford a comercial turntable. I´ve arduino nano, and zero programing skill, if some one has got a good result building the automated turntable, maybe can help me.
Thanks!

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