I’ve updated the 3D model to include a lid to make an enclosure. The enclosure now will house the electronics and a rotary encoder. I’ve written the code based on Paul Stoffregen code. Which is below however when I’ve time this will be integrated into the Spinmatic code.
The new 3D model parts are now available on Thingiverse -https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2857145
A small video with a prototype version of the enclosure.
UPDATE: 15 Sept 2018 I’ve now added a rotary encoder and the time of development can be set on startup. The new code can be found here : https://github.com/glyons/spinmatic
Adding a rotary encoder
Even more improvements
I’ve add a surround to the servo so that the bottom part of the Spinmatic can be filled with a weight. The parts height has also being increased too.
I hope to find a suitable weight such as metal ball bearings. Once the part is filled a sealant such as wax or some kind of glue should keep the weight together.
Check out the video from Seven Sam who printed out this project.