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    Upgrade glide to movement with belt







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    ^^^^ parts list, suppliers (and contact information), detailed instructions & prices ?????


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    New Hybrid carriage is here!

    So, I met with the igus rep and now have the new Hybrid bearing carriage (and it's available now, if you're interested contact me). I played with it over the weekend and put together
    a quick video for your review and assessment. This was just quick and I have the AF100 on it... the rail is only supported by a single tripod in the middle, so you will see the slightest tilt as the rig gets to the end of the rail. This is not deflection of the rail (that stuff is really solid and does not bend, it's the tripod). I would normally support this from both ends with a rig of this weight...but again, I just want to get this together for you guys to see.

    Audio is from the on-camera mic (AF100) at 4 feet from the rail and untouched so you can hear the difference the two different carriages. If you listen closely, you'll notice both have the same 'swoosh' sound of the Drylin bearings...but the Hybrid has the added sound of the rollers on the rail. I don't think it will make that much difference at a shoot because if you're shooting 24p you should be sliding slowly. In the sliding test, you are also hearing the on-camera mic (not that you'd be using that ar a shoot). You be the judge.

    I'll be adding my brake mod to mine so I can add a little resistance, it's a little too free rolling for what I'm used to.

    Here's what I found:
    1. The new carriage is 150mm in length
    2. The rollers are made of a hard plastic
    3. It is a bit louder then the original Drylin carriage
    4. Rolls very smoothly which makes for a little more practice for good starts & stops (but you should be sliding slowly anyways...I might have gone a bit fast myself)
    5. It is much heavier then the original Drylin carriage
    6. It is much more expensive then the original Drylin carriage
    7. There's a little more 'play' because the carriage rides on the rollers in the bearing blocks, so you have to be careful of wobble.
    8. The carriage is only available for the 16-60mm rail and can be added to your original ZazaSlider.



    If you have questions or need more information....just post here or PM me...I'm more then glad to help.

    Slide on brothers & sisters....slide on!


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    That crank is so damn sexy


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    Quote Originally Posted by v00d0o View Post
    That crank is so damn sexy
    I second that
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZazaCast View Post
    ^^^^ parts list, suppliers (and contact information), detailed instructions & prices ?????
    I do it for customer order in VietNam , and I'm here http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...53628-My-dolly , Nice to meet you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by asm View Post
    I do it for customer order in VietNam , and I'm here http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...53628-My-dolly , Nice to meet you.
    This is a DIY thread, so we usually give parts & instructions on the build.


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    - Pulley small with 18 teeth Diameter 45.84mm
    - Pulley small with 34 DIA 86.58mm and 44 teeth DIA 112.05mm
    - Crankshaft : 16mm x 150mm
    - Belt join with 8 teeth 20mm x20mm
    - Timing belt with S8M type 4m
    - Bolt 8mm x 5cm x 4pcs
    - Tube 20mm with hole 8mm for main slide and 2 for Pulleys (changing ratio transmigration from 34 to 44 teeth with 18 teeth pulley )
    - Ball bearing 626RS x 6pcs
    All cutting with aluminum T6061 by CNC Milling and Lathe machine .

    price : 150USD
    contact : minh2171@gmail.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by akpe View Post
    This is a music video i just finished recently shot with-


    Shot on the 5DII & 7D
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    Canon 24-70mm 2.8L
    Canon 100mm 2.8 macro

    Igus slider
    Excellent work.


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    OMG... I just shipped a ZazaSlider to Nigel Dick! Nigel freakin' Dick!!

    For those who might not know who that is (or if you've been living in a box for the last 30 years):
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Dick

    http://www.nigeldick.com/


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