29 May '14, 2pm

Super Simple Gimbal For Multi-Rotor Aircraft Laughs In The Face Of Complexity

Team SSG over at rcgroups.com has come up with what they are calling the Super Simple Gimbal . Their vision was a gimbal that would be inexpensive, easy to build and add minimal weight to the aircraft. On a normal gimbal, there are two motors or servos, each one specifically controls a single axis of movement. On the SSG, there are 2 servos but they do not move independently from one another. The camera is mounted to a plate that is supported on one end by a piece of silicone tube which becomes a fulcrum for the system. The other side of this plate is supported by 2 linkages (also made of silicone tube) that are themselves connected to the servos. If both servos move up, the camera is tilted down. If the right servo moves up and the left down, the camera is tilted to the left.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2014/05/29/super-simple-gimbal-for-mu...

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