Here is a Pan and Tilt Gimbal, with a retractable main frame. The dome is a snap-on fit to the rotation ring, allowing for quick and easy access to the Mobius to start and stop recording, power on and off, switch modes, etc. When utilizing the retractable mainframe, the pan servo is mounted on an vibration, isolation bracket, which helps reduce the amount of vibration transferred from the aircraft. The mainframe is capable of lowering the dome 45mm below the mounting surface, as well as raising it completely above for retractable operations. This is currently in BETA form, and will require a bit of DIY tweaking. All bolt holes are designed for 3mm bolts and nuts, using nylon washers to separate moving components. It operates via 3 HS85 servo's, or equivalent. If you plan to use this gimbal on a multi rotor or any other use that would not utilize the retract function, simply mount the pan servo directly to your vehicle.
YES, I am aware that this print is of very low quality. It was printed quickly for proof of concept, with humid ABS filament resulting in a very rough print
This requires 3 HS85 or equivalent servos, 3 rubber/silicone vibration dampning balls, and 3mm bolts, nuts, and washers (Ideally 2x 14mm, and 8x 18mm).
Files to print:
Isolater and arms (x1)
Dome (either ventilated or not)
Main Frame and Isolation frame (or each individually)
Assembly should be pretty self explanatory, but let me know if you need any help!
I tried to make the entire system as versatile as possible without limiting the user to one type of servo. Unfortunately this couldn't be done for the pan servo, as it has to be specifically centered, therefore it was designed for an HS-85.
As far as the tilt servo, it is intended to be glued underneath the mobius cradle. I will post a picture back on the original page. Essentially the servo is glued to the bottom, and you create a control rod going from the servo arm, to the blank space forward of the tilt pivot, on the rotation ring. (does this make sense?)
Same goes with the retract servo. It was designed for you to use whatever servo you can manage. You simply need to drill a small hole in either an upper or lower arm, and glue the servo to the base plate. Again, location of the hole depends on the location and size of the servo and control rod.