At the moment I am mounting my Evoguide 50ED in a little mounting shoe on my C8 Edge HD, which is not optimal as flexure doens't allow me to take subs longer than 3 minutes or they will be slightly elongated.
So at 2032 mm FL flexure plays an important role and should be minimized, best with a OAG. But I dont have the financial resourcces for that, so I would like to 3D print a dovetail, where I could mount my guidescope and fasten it at multiple places.
My question is if that project is pointless from the start, since 3D materials are not as rigid as they have to be, thus introduce more flexure than my inital setup with the guidescope in the mounting shoe. Or do 3D materials exist that have the properties I need to reduce my flexure?