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by paulpapai522 |
September 26, 2022 13:03 |
This is a rather broad question. So let's try a different approach. Go to the "search" key ( in my tablet, this is done by tapping the icon at the upper right corner, the search field will then appear in the upper left corner, enter " microscope" " enter" . I got over 1500 responses). Then read through the responses and we can go from there. Good luck!
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Hi @paulpapai522 ! For the Community Microscope Intro kit specifically, the materials are listed here on the store page for the kit. That page also links out to the other microscope designs that inspired the Intro Community Microscope.
Are you interested in making the microscope stage, too? If so, here's a post about stage designs: https://publiclab.org/questions/melissajurist/10-15-2018/are-there-templates-available-to-laser-cut-the-stages-of-the-microscope-the-coroplast
...and design files here: https://github.com/publiclab/community-microscope/
Please let us know how it goes!
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