Hi all, I've seen a lot of camera sliders on Amazon, but not willing to pay 500$ just for a left right slider. So I check on YouTube there were a lot of examples for a DIY slider. My only concern was is it really stable enough to handle my A7III with huge lenses on it (Total weight: ±1.8Kg). So I've started to work on my own model using openbuild parts: It's a 1000mm C Beam profile to have a solid movement. The Slider Cat together with the Motor for the tilt movement: The red parts are thrust ball bearings. Something like that: 10 Stk. Axiallager F5-12M - 5 x 12 x 4 mm | eBay This should ensure that the Pulley is moving fully free between the two plates. The screw for the camera ball head is a M5 with 45mm Length Now my questions: What do you think overall about this setup? Will it be able to hold and turn 1.8Kg in horizontal movements? Will it be able to hold and turn 1.8Kg in vertical also? (Must not be 100% vertical.) Is there a better solution for the Pulley integration between the two plates? Is the Nema17 the good and powerfull motor for this setup?