Re: [William Optics] focuser
Hi Steve you could always have a machine shop re-drill and tap the next size up,or if you are confident with taps and die you could diy,although im sure W/O will come good.
--- On Sat, 20/8/11, steve711614 <steve.duck@...> wrote:
From: steve711614 <steve.duck@...>
Subject: [William Optics] focuser
Date: Saturday, 20 August, 2011, 21:38
the thread in the focuser of my flt110 has stripped and the locking screw just wont tighten to lock the diaganol in place
the metal these focusers are made of must be really soft i would love to bye a new focuser but having allready spent 2000 pounds on a scope i thought was top quality i really dont want to spend another 300 to 400 pounds on it any ideas greatfully recived