External Links 

General Amateur Telescope Making pages:

ATM Web Ring Links to several ATM pages
ATM Mailing List ATM topics and FAQ
Astrotreff Forum German Forum on optics, telescope making and much more
Martin Trittelvitz Lot's of links and the German book on mirror grinding
VdS-Fachgruppe Selbstbau
Countless ATM-projects, literature, links, etc. put together by Herbert Zellhuber
Telescope meetings Info about ITV, BTM und ITT


Ultra-Light Dobsonians and other:

ADIA & David Vernet 1 Meter compact monster scope
Greg Babcock Beautiful 24" und 18" minimalist Dobsons
Mel Bartels 20" motorized Dobson, many links to other minimalist Dobsons
Mel Bartels
20" trilateral Dob with flex rocker, folding mirror box, wire spider...
Christian Busch 8, 13, 14 und 18" leithweight Dobsonians und equatorial platforms
Pierre Desvaux The Dobson Factory: Many minimalist Dobsonians from 300 to 530 mm
Erik Frank Motorized all alumunum16" Dobson
Jan Van Gastel 20"Dobsonians, equatorial platform etc
Frédéric Géa Motorized 22" compact Dobson
Frédéric Géa
32" ultralight Dobson with astatic mirror cell, sandwich parts and carbon trusses
Uwe Glahn 27" f/4,2 carbon and aluminum minimalist Dobsonian with EQ-Plattform
Dan Gray 16" 16 kg hyper compact string scope
Dan Gray 28" motor driven lowrider string scope
Vincent Le Guern Compact 30" f/4,1 transporrtable in a small car
Rüdiger Heins:
A compact 24" 6 pole design, 18", 8" and 6". Nice mirror making pages
Roland Herrmann sehr inovative 16", 18" 21" Lowrider und 24" Lowrider mimimalist Dobsons
Albert Highe
  Unique 12" and 17.5" ultra-light's with 3 parallel struts and nice 6" travel scopes
Thomas Jaeger:
18" f/4.5 Normal version and lightweight design
Manfred Kleisa
18" Metamorphosis to a lightweight scope
Yves Kluever wonderfull performing 24" f/4,5 with selfmade mirror
Kurt Maurer a 16", a 13.1" with one piece truss assy. and a baby Dob
Marco Miglionico
A 8.75" at under 5 kg with unique truss system
Jim Miller:
18" f/4 with bicycle cage, wire spider and 6 carbon truss design
Bruce Mills All aluminum 20" open design 6 truss Minimalist Dobson
Clive Milne All aluminum 20" Bino with racing bicycle bar and cable for tracking and collimation 
Mischel Nöttgen Motorized 15" f/5 Dobson
Armin Quante 8" f/7,5 and 18" f/4,5 truss Dobsons
Daniel Restemeier 16" f/5 Dobson with 25 mm thick Borofloat mirror
Bruce Sayre Wonderful minimalist binocular scopes
Cord Scholz The making of a 24" f/4 minimalist Dobson
Achim Strnad
20" Ursus, 14" Phoenix, 8" Long John with self made mirrors 
Martin Trittelvitz 18" Gitter Dobson
Ulli Vedder 10" Bino with unique collimation devices
Ulli Vedder 16" Dobson with a sled fokuser and a wonderful Newton finder
Reiner Vogel 14" stringscope (eccentric spider) and 22", Lowrider aquatorial platform
Gary Wolanski 16" Aluminum Dob at record breaking 24 kg

Travel Dobsons:

Bob Bunge 12.25-inch f/5.4 suitcase telescope
Christian Busch 8" Backpack Dobson "Feivel" at 4,2 kg
Ray Cash 13" compact air travel scope
Chuck Dethloff
Flyable 12.5" Dobsonian
Paul LeFevre 12.5" and 6" travel scopes
Harald Feigel 8" f/5 with 3 parallel Poles
Uwe Glahn 14,5" f/3,8 Carbon Dobson wit 10 kg total weight
Jack Gelfand 16" suitcase scope with collapsable monopod trusses
Silvio Hertli ULDOB_1: A 4,5" Dobson with 4 truss loade tension design
Armin Hubertus 8" f/5 with Al-single ring cage, Al-bearings at 5,3 kg total weight
Gerd Huissel 8" f/5 "All- in-one-Box" air and motorbike traveldobson
Suzy Jackson A 6" f/5 two truss scope
Timm Klose 18" f/4,2 lowrider Dobson with 21 mm Borofloat mirror. Total weight under 20 kg.
Michael Koch 8" f/4 ultra light and ultra compact folder ruler truss Dobson
Christian Liesenfeld 10" f/4.5 String-Dobson at 8 kg
Francis Milsom 10" 6 pole and 6" single strut Dobsonian
Eric Royer 10" f/4,6 compact travel Dobson
Petra Saliger and Gernot Stenz 8" one ring design with 6 foldable trusses
Ed Stevens:
10" f/5 flying scopes, 12" f/5 suitcase Dobson and much more ATMing
Ulli Vedder A trendsetting 12" f/5,4 Travelscope at 10 kg!
Serge Viellard+Pierre Strock 400 mm f/4,5 one Ring and Flex Rocker Carbon Dobson with 15,3 kg
Steve Vegos 10" low profile scope at under 14 kg
Reiner Vogel 8" and 4" compact two truss scopes
Barry Wolfe A 6" two truss Dob and a 12.5"

More telescopes without own web sites are here
The telescopes from the Munich Mirrormakers see here
Mini Newtonians as Finders or Rich Field Telescopes see Newton Finder

Suppliy of mirror grinding material see here

Please let me know, if you notice any broken links, or if you want to suggest a site here.

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