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Wow! Thanks Logun. I'm extremely proud of this design :)
I think we're only just scratching the surface of 3D printing design potential.

I'm guessing you have already seen my single handed Z axis stabilizer that has a Osmo mount here:- https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2460933

If you definitely want the two handed stabilizer then I'd be more inclined to go for my standard two handed stabilizer as I'm guessing you're unlikely to need the pro features if you just plan to use the Osmo. You can find that here:- https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2450913

As for springs, this is what works on the Osmo with the single handed stabilizer http://www.centuryspring.com/extension-spring-642.html
If you use two springs then that would be too strong.
To use the Osmo double handed I'd suggest looking at a spring that is around 0.04" (1mm) dia and about 0.4-0.6" (11-14mm) in OD
I've got a 11" long spring that's 0.44" OD and 0.04" dia and I just cut it to size and bend the ends to make a loop.
Let us know how you go with it as there might be others looking for the same answers?

Compact Gimbal Vertical Z ( 4th ) Axis Stabilizer
Vertical Z ( 4th ) Axis Gimbal Stabilizer