December Servocity Giveaway

The part that attached the blue servos

The part that attached the blue servos

While cleaning out my garage, I realized I had a Sub-Micro Pan & Tilt assembly from Servocity.com that I hadn’t used.  As cool as it looks, I’m going to be very busy in the near future, so maybe some readers of JCoPro.net could use it.  So I’m giving one of these pan-tilt mounting packages away to someone that comments on this post.

Please note, this is only the mounting to attach everything, and doesn’t include the little servos themselves.  If you’re wondering why you would want one, check out the video after the “read more” link for a video of one in action.

So if you want a chance at receiving one, leave a comment below saying that you’d like to enter the contest and how you follow this blog.  Then, if you don’t already, follow on Twitter, Youtube, or via email by checking to receive blog updates when they come out (you’ll also need to verify when you get a confirmation email).

I’ll decide a winner out of people that have signed up by midnight on December 31st and let you know via the email you left on your comment.

Please note that you must live in the United States to win, as I have no idea how much shipping would cost to where you live.  Also, if you don’t respond to the winner email within 48 hours, I’ll probably choose someone else.  Thanks to Servocity for providing this prize!

If this one is a little small for your needs, they also sell used a full-sized version that I featured on DIYTripods.com.  It’s able to handle a GoPro camera with no problem, but I’ve got another idea for mine that I plan to try soon.  Be sure to check back here to see if I’ve made any progress on it!

  1. Animatronic Lincoln needs a pan\tilt function. Right now he can only nod no. My students say he is too negative and needs to be able to nod yes & no. http://instagram.com/p/h1RvwSEOwV/
    Your pan/tilt mounting is just the ticket.

  2. That is just freaking sweet.

  3. I am new to the CNC world and found you through HAD. New twitter follower. This assembly would be nice for a RPI webcam setup.

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