As already pointed out, you have to measure the required torque (or force, which you convert to torque) before you can choose a motor.
Have you already built the slider? If so, post some pictures.
Eeeh…I don’t know the torque I need…I’m here for this
The slide is this:
But now I want remake this with a belt (moved from a motor on the end) for move the slide and (why not) on the slide I want put a “pan” controller…
Why this difference of speed??
I used the slide for making some cool videos, now I wanna convert from a hand slide to an automatized slide…all this for make a milkway hyperlapse…
And I would like use the slide in Horizontal and in Vertical (<- this is the problem!)
Looking on internet there’s some of this ready to buy…but I spend already too much for reflex
I can olso use it only in plane, so I can save too much needed torque (I see around youtube too many people use stepper nema 17) The reflex is around 2Kg…And I have alredy to buy the belt and the pulley (I’m waiting to choose the motor)
The maximum speed we can thinking about it…maybe 300mm/s are too much olso, 100mm/s is ok…
When i made a hyperlapse in the night I have to stay in position for shoooting time (20sec) waiting the elaboration time and move of the slide of a certain space
Other problem: MOBILITY when I make hyperlapse I can’t find 230V ac in the top of a mountain…a car battery should be the maximum acceptable…
SO, what you think about it now?