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rogmet

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  1. Hi Rob, I'll still take it! PM soon (on a boat....) but could be up tomorrow? Ralph
  2. Late to the party, sorry. Simplest way is probably a loose overhand knot, not in any way tight. It'll stay in place and any tension will snug it up slowly rather than detach it. Like so:
  3. My 120 rings use 1/4" UNC bolts which are the same as a tripod screw, if you can screw in a tripod top, you can narrow down your search massively.
  4. PM sent, excellent! Now just need to make an effective method of attachment to the underside of the focuser.... I'm almost convinced that a 3D printer is a rational purchase to finish off a small, cheap focuser project.
  5. Yeah, I'm in! I have one breadboarded right in front of me at the moment which looks like a coronal mass ejection of jumper wires, would be nice to do a PCB version. Ralph
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