hey there. this is just a quick video to show
you how just using that wooden base and those two pieces of wood you can make a swivel base
for solar panels. very easy swivel to make. you see how easy that swivels. it's totally quiet,
smooth and a great way to increase the amount of power you can get out of solar panels, it's
just two boards with a lazy-susan bearing in between.
Those squares of wood are just scrap wood
eighteen by eighteen inch and then some scrap two by twos. I think the wood was a dollar or two
at Home Depot. that's all you need. just set it up like that, put the Harbor freight set or any
other panel on this and just by swiveling it a couple times a day facing the Sun you'll be able
to pretty much double the output of the panels. you certainly don't want to be lifting these
and turning them several times a day – big pain in the (neck).
again just use the two eighteen
by eighteen boards put the lazy-susan bearing between them for a nice smooth swivel base
and then I use the 2 by 2's so the frame will fit on there. balances really well and for wind
or anything you can just set rocks on either side or bags of sand or something to get it to
not move. so there you go. any questions let me know.