6" F4.6(w/Paracorr) Reflector , 8" F11 Dall Relay Scope ,
6" F5 RFT Refractor w/Istar Obj , G11 Mount Gemini1 Level 4
Ray Teeter 18" f/3.5 Dob D&G 5.375" f/20(?) refractor 天体観測にも威力を発揮する、本格仕様の大口径双眼望遠鏡です。 興和ハイランダー
Quote:Why do you need this? I ask because I'm trying to figure out the purpose.John
Quote:Any innovative ideas that include the following parameters:Light, sturdy, not bulky, protective, economical.
AT65EDQ, Lunt 35mm, WO 80mm FD, TEC 140, AT8IN, Classic f4.5 Obsession 18 w Argo and Servo, Naglers, an ES 100, Pentax XW's, Hypertuned G 11 Gem 1, UA UniStar Deluxe, Pentax 10x50 PCF WP II
Quote:Here is what I made to meet your criteria.Light--- made from 1 x 6 pineSturdy--- a protective box with the weights sitting on the bottom of the box, but the weight is carried by the CW shaft and locked in place by the set screws on the weights.Not bulky--- because it is square, it packs in well with your other gear and is flat on top so you can stack on top of it.Protective--- won't let them slide around and protects them inside the box.Economical--- cost me about $10 for wood and deck screws.It really works well, the CW shaft is the carrying handle and the box itself is just a protective shell for the weights.I can not take the credit since an observing buddy had something similar that I did not recall seeing until he commented on mine, very similar. I had one a little different for my CGEM weights before getting the G 11.Try it, it is an easy project.Brad
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