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This is a simple clinometer that can be used for measuring inclines and declines. Both for navigating and amateur stargazing.Gadget
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This is a simple clinometer that can be used for measuring inclines and declines. Both for navigating and amateur stargazing. Larger marks on the clinometer are for 10 degree increments, and smaller marks are for 5 degree increments.
Materials and methods
It requires the printing of the attached parts, a M3 bolt (20mm), nut and washer. Print all the parts with low layer heights (>0.1mm) and slow print speed (>20mm/s) to get the precision needed. Assembly requires no adhesive, and eyepiece/lense fit snugly into clinometer base.
Recommended Print settings
Temperature: 185 C
Layer Height: 0.05mm
Print Speed: 10mm/s
Top thickness: 2mm
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