This category lists sites specifically for amateur telescope making (ATM) as well as any of the parts or accessories belonging to a telescope.
Equatorial table, hydraulic focusing system, stepper motor electronic controls, hydraulic drive, advice to build a telescope, and beginners corner.
Information acquired during design and construction of a 7.5" aperture F8.
Oak tripod, tripod accessories, leg kits, feedback, and links.
Articles on various telescope designs.
Construction of reflector, refractor, and mini solar cam with images, and astro images.
Electronic based Journal with current issue, past issues, and archives.
Description, photographs, rebuilding of telescope, making simple lens for reflector, and links.
Features plans and designs for stepper or servo motor layouts as well as features, free software, how-to information, and links.
Information to add altitude-azimuth controller and unipolar stepper motor controller to a telescope, and directions with drawings and images of individual parts for a ten inch scope.
Building a tester with a unique return mechanism, simplistic in design and very practical, enables the user to obtain highly accurate results.
Telescope mirror making supplies and tutorials.
Background, raw materials, and the manufacturing process with references.
Photos and descriptions of binocular stand, several telescopes, solar camera, and links for parts.
Mirror making, the equipment and testing equipment.
Construction details with images of Dobsonian, GEM reflector, portable Dobsonian, 20" goto scope, dome, and 20" goto Dobsonian.
Plans and instructions for building a Dobsonian, refractor, wooden tripod, eyepieces and other accessories.
20" Dobsonian, 8" versatile newt, cookbook 245 CCD, equipment, images, logs, and links.
Simple and proven techniques that most appropriate for the beginner and the novice mirror and telescope makers.
FAQ, managing a subscription, and archives.
Areas covered include optics, woodworking, metalworking, electronics, programming, and telescope equipment, and tips and techniques.
Information and photos on the construction of the observatory.
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