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The centre light fitting in my living room is looking tired and I want to replace it with something funky that fits my interests, like 3D printing and clocks as well as astronomy, so my idea is a giant 3D printed gear wheel with five globes as shades for LED lamps. The gear wheel represents both 3D printing and clocks which contain lots of gears. The globes can represent moons or planets. Thinking about this, I guess I could add a star in the middle - I'll give it some thought.
Hi, I designed and printed an adaptor for getting my MC120MC and a Nikon DSLR Lens onto my mount. For all details see here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1650352 Cheers, Carsten PS: The attached image is done with the ASI120MC, a Vivitar Series 1 lens (@210mm), SharpCap Beta using the live stacking only
Hello reader, Appreciate your time to read that topic. Have you ever tried 3D printing tech to create/design any of your astro components that may substitute expensive ones?. I'm curious to know your thoughts about it. Thankfully, Bamo