1) This is my first instructable so if i leave something out just ask.
2) I suck at spelling and grammar.
3) Im going to assume that you kinda know how to use tools, and a measuring devise.
4) If I jump around some its because this is just what was done, the order in witch it is done doesn’t matter, and I put a part on then took it off to make it easer to add other parts and holes then put it all back together once all the holes are in.
That being said this is my GoPro Pan-N-Tilt radio controlled head, I put it on my EMT conduit jib crane or my track dolly I made(that i hope to integrate in to the RC realm soon)
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