jck57 wrote:This scanner features many full mortise and tenon joints. Screws are often driven into the tenon shoulder - a weak area. An alternative joint is the blind mortise.
daniel_reetz wrote:I wonder if it represents something that the machine control could do with less accel/decel
I have been watching on this thread for a pretty long time, credits to everyone here who have made daniel's fantastic work become better!
Anyway I noticed that there has been a lack of information on how to mount the trigger onto the camera support. The trigger build is good and I suppose it works but the base is pretty small about 6cm by 3cm.
My solution- which doesnt work
I thought of drilling a hole right through the 2 piece but it a little small to drill the hole, might even break the piece.
The drilling point is from the base of the 2 thin piece of wood that holds the trigger to the base of the whole thing. It is about 5.5 cm, after which I will lock it in by drilling a hold in the camera support and tighten it with a nut and screw.
Any suggestions guys ?
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