This was made from some sheet aluminum scrap from a local shop about the size
of the "brackets" that come with the Robo-Focus™. I cut one end down so it would fit on the focuser
housing without interfering with the CCA or the housing. I left the other end "original size" so the
motor would mount firmly to the bracket. (You can see the pencil markings on the picture to give you
an idea of the cuts I made.) Bend the bracket at approximately 45 degrees, drill the holes in the
right places and you have yourself a bracket. The motor shaft is coupled with the Sky90 focuser shaft
with the coupler supplied with the Robo-Focus™.
If you decide to go this route I would advise using one of the Robo-Focus™ supplied
"brackets" to get an idea of how everything mounts up, how much of an angle you need to bend and where to
drill the holes before starting on the final product.