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3d Printed Star Tracker

Hi guys,

I've made a post over in the DIY section of the forums regarding a fully 3d printed star tracker.

It's as basic as it can get when it comes to star trackers and I initially started my imaging journey with a homemade version out of MDF.

Thought I'd post a link here so that if any beginners are interested in a cheap option to get into the hobby, this may be an option for them.

From my research most star trackers/ mounts are in the $500 plus range. I'm hoping I can have these made at a significantly cheaper rate.

Anyway, I will keep the DIY forum post updated with test images once the weather clears to give you an idea of the actual performance of this 3d printed version.

Forum link : http://www.iceinspace.com.au/forum/s...d.php?t=175920
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Old 11-06-2019, 07:50 PM
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I'll lock this thread and ask members to follow the link in the OP so we don't have two threads running.

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