Re: [delmarvastargazers] Re: Telescope mount design
- Paul and others: I arrived home yesterday to find 12-13 boxes of blanks
and tools on my front porch - an the laundry room has a couple of boxes of
grits and pitch.
And I hope Jim can give us some pointers on this design.
See you all in March at Mid-Atlantic Mirror Making 2004.
"Paul Gray" <perserid@...> on 02/06/2004 08:45:10 AM
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Subject: [delmarvastargazers] Re: Telescope mount design
Interesting how smalla world it really is.
If you check out this link you see a intersting design but notice as
well that the 3D rendered images of the design were done by Jim
Crombie. Who is that you say? Well he is a telescope maker herei n
eastern canadaand good freind of mine who is comingwith me to the
Mirror Making Seminar at teh start or next month :)
Clear skies and see you all in March!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, suburbangy@a... wrote:
> I found this mount design while searching for something else. It is
> interesting adaptation of Dob mounting.
> Bill Hartung
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- Tim and everyone,The design of the club scope will be up those that are involved in the project. A Discovery, Obsession clone is a good proven appoach with premade parts available if needed. Pushing the envelope would turn the project into more of a learning expirence but will probally take longer to get a finished scope. Just a few of the many decisions ahead.Keith Lohmeyer