Useful for getting that perfect camera angle for timelapses.
None of the parts should require supports, print in the orientation they load in.
Assemble using M4 bolts & nuts. The bolts should be at least 43mm long tip to tip, preferably a bit longer if you can find them.
For easy adjustments, I use M4 wingnut adapters from here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2121898
You can chain together as many arm segments as you need, I recommend printing out at least two to start with.
Crossbar piece is optional if you're only using 2-3 arm segments.
You can chain multiple stabilizer extrusion pieces together if you need an extra-large overhang. The 8mm tall stabilizers should fit under the Y carriage of most cartesian printers (I checked the Maker Select & a MK3). The pics above were taken with a single stabilizer and a crossbar, so a little goes a long way.
There are slots along the arm segments for cable management. If you want the cable to go the other way, there's a slot on the head body & backplate to help make sure the cable doesn't interfere with the shot (see pics for how the cable wraps around).
Use Octogram Spiral for your top/bottom fill pattern to get that cool concentric design on the head