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OpenAstroGuider v2 - Printed Parts

Original price €9,00 - Original price €9,00
Original price
€9,00
€9,00 - €9,00
Current price €9,00

Struggle to get the tolerances right for the OpenAstroGuider? These parts here have as perfect tolerances as its probably possible. 

The focus thread comes pre-applied with lubricant and mounting parts for the aluminum extrusion are included. The material is quality PLA made in Austria, the color is matte black.

Two M3 square nuts for the mounting are included, other screws are NOT included. The Lens and IMX290 are NOT included. 

You will need 10 M3x12mm and 4 M4x12mm screws, 4 M3 nuts and 4 M4 T-Nuts. 

See also the full OpenAstroGuider Kit and the OpenAstroGuider Hardware Parts

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Customer Reviews

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Peter Kurcik
Nice guide scope

I have few other guide scopes, but the main advantage of the OAG besides of the price is that it is very lightweight. The focusing is extremely fine and smooth. By turning the lens by few mm, there is very litte change in the focus, so it can be focused very sharply.

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Laurent Delvoye

Again, I will give my opinion on the OpenAstroTracker design and how it is implemented. It 's a great design and a lot of expertise is gone in to it. It uses state of the art technology, the electronics, the printed parts and of course digital cameras. Ten years ago, this was something you could only dream of! It has also the potential of a great educational program, but here it could be better organised. Some explanations, e.g. the Calibration and uploading of the firmware are confusing and not clear at all for beginners. And I am still looking for the printing files of the polar alignment pieces....where is the reference?
For me, as for most of us it is a hobby. It started in 1957 and since then I followed the course of the planets in the sky from Europe and the several tropical countries I used to live and work. Occasionally I employed a small telescope, but the lack of a drive and GoTo limited extensive use.
But now it comes all together: the OpenAstroTracker, my scientific digital photography and the fact that I have now an accessible flat rooftop on my house. I think the OpenAstroTracker came just in time for me!

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Robert May
Extremely pleased.

Excellent quality, superb printing. I'm going to deep-six my printer and buy a new one. Thank you.

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Larry Driver
Tracking scope

Really impressed with quality and service, well done!

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Cameron Weeks
First class

Awesome product, awesome delivery, beyond awesome service, Fabian is an absolute gentleman.