Hi - that's true... - but this is here a different thread ..
...my original question was about stability and use of printed parts - and also for devices connect by fiber. But however, if transparency is also a relevant question in this context, I'm happy to learn about it.. -
Meanwhile somebody else told me that parts created by 3D printers might be very fragile and does not allow mechanical stress - but looking on the LowRes Spectrograf, major parts looks to be printed and have to tolerate finally the weight of CCD... maybe the different printer technologies has some influence on stability.
Von: Berthold Stober [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Gesendet: Freitag, 9. März 2018 20:29
Betreff: [fg spektroskopie] Re: testing 3D materials for transparency issues
Link zum neuen Beitrag: http://forum.vdsastro.de/viewtopic.php?t=5122#p31244
I thought, the question was concerning STABILITY not TRANSPERENCY.(?)