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by kgradow1 |
September 30, 2017 14:40 |
I just laser cut the parts for this (using this file https://hackteria.org/wiki/images/2/24/MicroscopyStage_Laser.pdf) , so I'll let you know how it is to actually build but I found some documentation with a stepwise approach to building it (https://hackteria.org/wiki/images/8/8a/Hackteria_Microscopy_Stage1_Landolt_Stefan.pdf) !
Awesome! Can you post a snap of it?
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Updating this question with a link to your research note on this! https://publiclab.org/notes/partsandcrafts/10-26-2017/making-a-hackteria-microscope
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