the modules i am making myself from 1/2" round stock turned down to 12mm.
I got screwed over and got a cold today
I am trying to get stuff made up to a point where i am ahead and can keep up. That's why i'm not selling anything just yet. I'm normally scurrying around trying to keep up. So I want to get everything built and finished, and then start selling.
I also raised prices on everything. This is to hopefully slow things down to a point where i can keep up.
I don't think i'm going to make these 1/2" focus adapters, they are barely bigger than the regular lens nuts. I've got one on my trustfire and it doesn't really help at all.
I like the look of the Guidesman host. Not too many hosts with side buttons floating around. The button also looks like its a good solid one that has some resistance to it. Cant wait to see what else you heave.
beginning to overcome my cold & my lungs are purging all the nasty brown chunky crap out of them....yuck
I got some focus adapters made today. Be sure you measure your available space before ordering one. Right now it's just 7/8" OD available so you need to make sure the open space around the aperture is at least 7/8" so the adapter can sit flush.
They were tested using an aixiz 445 lens. Testing was to ensure they would focus beyond infinity before being screwed all the way in.
it's a toss up between host heat sinks or 12mm modules today... haven't decided on which to work on yet...
Cool, I like your guidesman host's and the HUGE heatsink it has. This is the host that has made me a little more fond of side clickys. I guess i should have gotten a few more before the price went up, but i'm sure it isn't enough to stop me from getting a couple more when you get them back in stock.
I understand about life getting in the way of things, but I hope you don't stay away from the lathe too long. I for one will miss the great kits & parts you produce for Us, and if you do occasionally hit the lathe I would be in the market for just about anything that you turn out. If you still want to do an odd part or two here and there let me know, because I can certainly help you keep the lathe warm.