NOTE: Still in progress. The aperture needs to be a bit smaller and thicker. You can still see a little of the reflection of light from the inside of the tube in the sample picture. Also, print in opaque black if you have it.
I already had a 4/3->T/T2 adapter and a T/T2->1.25" adapter for taking pictures with my 4/3 camera through my telescope. But I had a hard time finding a T/T2->Microscope objective adapter, so I designed this thing to adapt from the 1.25" telescope adapter tube to the microscope.
The thing adapts a telescope adapter from a camera to a microscope. It connects on the outside of the microscope tube, so the sizing is likely very microscope specific. I designed it to be used with an AmScope M170C-E. The inner diameter of the microscope tube is 23mm, the outer is about 26mm.
Should print well as aligned, without any supports/rafts/etc. I had to scrape the very outer edge of the microscope tube side to get it to slide on easily. The fit should be snug (snug enough to keep the camera secure).
NOTE: Print in opaque black if you have it. The more opaque and dark the better, I just have translucent green loaded right now.
I need to shrink the aperture still - the adapter works, but I still get a little reflection from the microscope tube.