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Old 14-04-2024, 02:36 PM
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PCBWay - custom machined adapters

I have seen loads of examples of PreciseParts being used for threaded adapters, and they clearly specialise in optical accessory threads, however has anyone tried using PCBway's machining service for threaded adapters?

Just curious for alternatives... shipping+AUD/USD conversion on top of a part that already costs a kidney... it adds up.

Thinking of getting a simple M68 to M56/60 adapter ring for my Vixen R200SS as I am about to swap over to a Moonlite 2.5" CRL so that I can screw the Vixen coma corrector directly into the Moonlite.
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Old 14-04-2024, 03:57 PM
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Hi Boorku. Joshua Bunn on this site is the man for your job. Highly recommended. Parts like what you are after are his specialty. Look no further. He is from W.A
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Old 19-04-2024, 12:56 AM
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Thanks Richard!


Hello Boorku, I can do what you need, more than happy to, send me an email at scastrophotography@outlook.com if you are interested.
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Old 19-04-2024, 08:17 AM
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I have used Josh for adapters now for a couple of years. Unbeatable and excellent quality.

If you make a mistake on Precise Parts adapter site it's at your cost. So add that into the already high cost, exchange rate, shipping.

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Old 24-04-2024, 02:32 PM
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Ah well I guess I'll find out soon enough... Already put through an order with PCBWay for the two parts. It will be interesting to see how they turn out, it was around $120 for the two parts.
Good to know Joshua is local, I will hit him up if I need further work done locally.
I'll update once I have the PCBWay parts in hand, I am very curious to see how their machining work and threads turn out.
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