kb2ysi at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 20:39:02 UTC 2018
I'm surprised they are not using makerbeam or openbeam instead of 8020... I
guess it would depend on the "duty" requirements for the frame.
73, Don KB2YSI
On Feb 18, 2018 02:13, "Sterling Coffey" <kawfey at gmail.com> wrote:
I have all the parts except for these: https://8020.net/shop/33450.html. $5
a pop! The frame requires 44 of them; even at bulk prices
those connectors take up the majority of the expense! When I get a minute I
want to redesign the frame to not use those suckers.
On Sat, Feb 17, 2018 at 3:11 PM, Mike Hoblinski <hobergenix at gmail.com>
> Has anybody built the open source V3 antenna rotor from the SatNOGS site.
> Website https://satnogs.org/
> Wiki https://wiki.satnogs.org/Main_Page
> They promote an open source ground station and link them up. They use a
> Raspberry Pi as the computer board and have a controller board that drives
> steppers or DC motors for Az and El.
> Mike Hoblinski
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