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#126 rimcrazy

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 07:52 AM

Now that is major cool. Kudo's. Got to love 3D printers.

#127 Lord Beowulf

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Posted 27 September 2014 - 10:13 PM

So I just discovered that after the move our old archived threads are now part of the forum again, so I thought I'd link my original thread to this one again.  Unfortunately most of the embedded images don't display properly anymore due to the restrictions in the new software, but oh well!

 

And thanks again for all the great comments.  Now if I could just get out from under the astronomy curse so I get get some imaging done!  Unfortunately every time I think I'm close, I discover something else that doesn't quite work, so I have to buy another piece of hardware and thus reinforce the curse!

 

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#128 seawolfe

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Posted Today, 04:39 AM

So I just discovered that after the move our old archived threads are now part of the forum again, so I thought I'd link my original thread to this one again.  Unfortunately most of the embedded images don't display properly anymore due to the restrictions in the new software, but oh well!

 

And thanks again for all the great comments.  Now if I could just get out from under the astronomy curse so I get get some imaging done!  Unfortunately every time I think I'm close, I discover something else that doesn't quite work, so I have to buy another piece of hardware and thus reinforce the curse!

 

Beo

 

Do the number of days it takes to build an observatory equal or are less than the number of cloudy, rainy, stormy or snowy nights that block the heavens from view?  :grin:








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