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Hi Jack, I like your idea for this project! It’s a cool concept and I feel like it would help a lot to. And your sporty aesthetic fits well with what you would use it for.
I think the triangular edged aesthetic makes this product look very sporty and slick. Have you talk to Cameron in the machine shop about using the CNC machine and getting his help on the design?
Didn’t think this would be an aesthetic, but it definitely fits. Definitely hit up Cameron in the ITLL for help with the 5-axis. He is really good at designing complex shapes and structures. Excited to see the finished project.
This is super cool, I like that you’ll end up with a usable object. Are you planning to use black carbon fiber once again? Depending on the specifics of the aesthetic you’re pursuing maybe you use some sort of unique color.
I like the futuristic aesthetic with all of the holes to make it lightweight. The triangles in the top piece sound like they will be really cool.
The aesthetic works really well with the carbon fiber that you are already using, especially with the natural pattern of the surface of the carbon fiber. Have you considered putting a finish on the aluminum to better match the carbon fiber, or is it important to the aesthetic that it stands out from the rest of the tripod?
The custom ball head would be tight. I hope that you are able to complete that part of the project. If ultralight is the objective it would be interesting to compare the weight of the existing carbon fiber + plastic one with the new aluminum one.
I like the robust and lightweight material decisions. Is this a 3 axis gimble? Do you plan on using this gimble in mostly static cases or maybe for vlog purposes and shots that involve movement?
What a cool idea to use an idea from a previous project and revamp its aesthetic. I am interested to see how the final product will look like given the aesthetic you described. Will you stick with one color scheme?
It’s good to see a project based on your passion. I like the minimalist aesthetic and hope you have good luck building your tripod
You have a good inspiration and background for this project. I hope you take the aesthetic and use it to the max. The 5 axis CNC sounds like it will be fun to use.
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