Machining parts for the world’s largest telescope

In 2028, the world's largest optical telescope is scheduled to go into operation in Chile: the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) with a mirror diameter of 39m. It will study planets and image distant galaxies in greater detail than ever before.

Find out in the video what Grob’s G750 has to do with this and how the company was able to support its customer in the machining of the components.

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