John “JP” Poston: Everyone else was using pins to fasten the pivoting corners... I like your use of hinges (already made rigid pivots!!!). Thanks...
andrew major: thank you so much, i always over complicat my designs. so whilst i knew the geometry and mech, i designed a beautifly complicated version. but after seeing this i built a beautifully simply version, saved money time and stress. only advice i would give to other builders, is to spent as much of you budget (if very low) on the hinges , the rest is just measuring twice.
Beyond Limits Productions: Nice looking design...and looks doable! Thanks for posting this.I was wondering though on how long that bolt was that was mounted to the back of the rectangle pivot there on top of what looks to be aprx a 3" by 3" piece of plywood.
Austin LaFleur: could you please tell me the demotions of the pieces of wood?
Orlando Martinez: Excelent, thanks,
Marc Van Esch: Do you have a plan for this to do ?
Fabian Guerrero: hey , very good !! thanks , this is a great idea congrats!!
Wolfgang Palmer: Thanks. I should have showed more of how I did it, but I did not think about it until after the fact.
tohydrom: an excellent and an inspiring work, thanks for the video.
Wolfgang Palmer: No I sure don't. But the size is not crucial. The important thing is to make it a perfect or 'Golden rectangle, and that the measurements between the hinge points are equal across.
The hole for the router depends on YOUR router.
You ask a just question though. I should put my plans up, if but to give a starting point to those interested in making a pantograph.
Thanks for watching.
Scott Harvey: do you have size drawings for this as i would like to build 1