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Thread: My "poor mans" adjustable dichro mount

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    Quote Originally Posted by fluff View Post
    Well done Andy, your best effort yet.

    A wee suggestion .You might want to think about making the metalwork none reflective with a matt black finish. Cuts down on surprise refections during allignment.

    Fluff


    ok cheers !
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    Chock another one up for us DIY'-ers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve-o View Post
    Chock another one up for us DIY'-ers!
    what??? ?
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    Lightbulb

    Do it yourselfers...
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    oh is that what he was asking me to make him one.

    lol its so so easy
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    I think he mean chalk one up...

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    Cool

    Yeah, as in - another cool solution from a hobbyist. That's the way I read it anyway.

    Adam

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    I meant if you can do it yourself, good for you! I'ts more fun to DIY (do-it-yourself) than to just go buy pre-made components, if possible. They won't be as 'pretty' but you'll have the satisfaction that you built it yourself, if you're so inclined and good with your hands and tools. It may not matter to some, or some may prefer the all-pro look and the precision of a designed/ CNC machined part, but .. well I guess you get my point and I've over-explained enough (plus it's cheaper for us 'financially challenged' )

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