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Sevo

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About Sevo

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  1. Yeah, Tell me about it...in Ireland 7 sunny days for the whole summer
  2. Ah...this is what I needed. Excellent explanation and makes perfect sense. Cover 100% my observation. With 10 kilos EQ6-Pro is times more accurate than loaded with 20 kilos. Thanks Olly
  3. I agree either. But my question is...What mechanical part limits the load of A particular EQ Mount. I mean, if the mount is balanced, there is no torque over the worm. There is a load from the counterbalance and telescope, but the worm mechanism should not feel great load if it balanced. Or I might be wrong
  4. Guys What parameter limits the payload of a mount? I really can't figure out what could be the mechanical limit of eq6 or eq5... They are berry we'll build mounts but with big difference based on SW specs.
  5. Here is one very easy way for dough drift alignment https://starizona.com/acb/basics/using_polar.aspx
  6. Yeah...someone from the SWmarketing has to be fired:)
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