|This 20" F4 mirror cell for Zane in Stamford, CT. The|
Baltic birch backplate is 23.5".
|The collimation bolts are a heavy-duty 3/8" in diameter with|
a "double-spring" for this larger and heavier mirror.
|For Zane in Stamford, Connecticut. This "front-plate" is a|
9-point flotation cell designed and optimized with Plop.
The Baltic birch "back plate" is in its finishing stages.
The collimation bolts and adjustment threaded knobs
are 3/8" for this heavy-duty application.
|A 10" F5 for Rick in Newberry, Florida.|
|And a 12.5" F4.7 for John in Howell, Michigan.|
|Both of these telescopes have "strings" and|
secondary mirror dew solutions. Both have
the "easy transport telescope" 2-speed Moonlite
focusers and curved-vane spider.
|Robert sent me some tube-rings for his 8" tube telescope.|
|The altitude bearings are 10" in diameter.|
|12.5" (L) and 10" mirror board, custom cover|
and top ring with spider and focuser.
|And with the cover in-place. The focusers are Moonlite|
2-speed 2" crayford focusers. Nice!!
|Here's the 10" OTA. Now to|
add the Easy Transport Telescope
|The rear of the mirror board. Note the larger ventilation hole.|
|The 6-point flotation mirror cells are design and optimized|
with Plop. These are "strut" telescopes.
|Ron and his 16" Telescope.|