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TI45 Astrograph update: Our vertical CNC at work. Let say…hard work….

Most of the mechanical parts of our TI45 Astrograph are in phase of realization thanks to the hard work of various CNC machines. Great design, all 3D designed and FEM optimized, all CNC made, for the higher grade Astrograph in the market.

By |September 30th, 2015|Photos|0 Comments

There was something missing! TI45 Astrograph f/4 Lens Group: simply optomechanics jewelery

Indeed there was something missing! Now a beautiful inscription on the metal tells us what we are talking about. We are a bit ‘late, but here we come!
We do not call them “correctors”! They are simply the “lens groups” that are part of the optical design. So… “Triplet ED Lens Group”. They are for the TI 45  Astrograph in f/4 […]

By |December 28th, 2014|Photos|0 Comments

The first three TI45 astrograph f/4 correctors are ready!

The first three f/4 correctors are ready. They are 126 mm of optical diameter (about 5″) and have three elements, one of wich is an ED lens.
This high-end design corrector is the core of our new optical design and thanks to this the optical performances are so awesome (see Optical Performances).

The primary and secondary mirrors are ready too, and autocollimation […]

By |October 3rd, 2014|General Communication, Photos|1 Comment

We are in New Mexico, USA since 2014

Telescopi Italiani has settled down in USA. We are aware the most of our sales are to be in North America then we wanted to own a correspondence office in the United States, then in New Mexico Albuquerque.
Correspondence Office USA
Albuquerque, New Mexico, 14201 Domingo RD NE, NM 87123
Phone: +1 505 508 1987

Our office is already operational in this February 2014

This City […]

By |February 12th, 2014|General Communication, Photos|0 Comments

Schott Suprax blanks ready for polishing

Here are the two blanks Schott Suprax 8488 ready for polishing. They are 456 mm in diameter (to have a useful diameter of 450 mm) and 50 mm thick. They will be processed with parabolic shape at f/3. These mirrors are made for the first two prototypes of TI 45 Astrographs.

By |January 18th, 2014|General Communication, Photos|2 Comments