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    Default Custom eyepiece holder



    Yes it is pink. And not finished but the IOptron tripier is missing an eyepiece holder so here is 2/3 of one in action.

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    Default Re: Custom eyepiece holder

    Some cad views. It is 3D printed in PLA in three parts so it can be installed and taken off easily and also to make it easier to print. Dovetails hold it together.

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    Default Re: Custom eyepiece holder

    Very clever I like it.

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    Default Re: Custom eyepiece holder

    An interesting design, very nice
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