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−  * 180 grams of [[diamonds]](12 DOW) or 50 grams of [[emerald]](6.  +  For the lenses: 
+  * 180 grams of [[diamonds]] (12 or 6 DOW) or  
+  ** 50 grams of [[emerald]] (6.25 or 3.125 DOW) or  
+  ** 160 grams of [[ruby]] (8 or 4 DOW) or  
+  ** 50 grams of [[sapphire]] (4.55 or 2.27 DOW)  
+  
+  The first value in parenthesis is manual gathering, the second one using a {{pickaxe}}.  
+  
+  For the case:  
* 100 grams of [[aluminum]]  * 100 grams of [[aluminum]]  
* 200 grams of [[copper]]  * 200 grams of [[copper]]  
−  * 50 grams of [[zinc]](.  +  * 50 grams of [[zinc]] (0.42 DOW manual or 0.21 DOW with a pickaxe) 
+  
+  For the eyepiece:  
* 50 grams of [[steel]]  * 50 grams of [[steel]]  
−  * 25 grams of [[rubber]](.5 DOW)  +  * 25 grams of [[rubber]] (0.5 DOW manual or 0.25 DOW with a [[rubber tapping knife]]) 
+  
+  For the mirrors:  
* 150 grams of [[window glass]]  * 150 grams of [[window glass]]  
* 100 grams of [[silver]](7 DOW)  * 100 grams of [[silver]](7 DOW)  
+  
DOW = Days of Work  DOW = Days of Work  
Revision as of 20:31, 12 February 2010
 
 

Map graphic holding a telescope (light green) vs normal view (dark green). You see 2 times further.
If you're going to make all the components at once and want to spare yourself the trouble of visiting several pages, in total you're going to need:
Resources
For the lenses:
 180 grams of diamonds (12 or 6 DOW) or
The first value in parenthesis is manual gathering, the second one using a pickaxe or bronze pickaxe.
For the case:
 100 grams of aluminum
 200 grams of copper
 50 grams of zinc (0.42 DOW manual or 0.21 DOW with a pickaxe)
For the eyepiece:
 50 grams of steel
 25 grams of rubber (0.5 DOW manual or 0.25 DOW with a rubber tapping knife)
For the mirrors:
 150 grams of window glass
 100 grams of silver(7 DOW)
DOW = Days of Work
Days of work
 14 days of work in Manufacturing (3 DOW for lenses, 2 DOW case, 1 DOW eyepiece, 4 DOW for mirrors, and 4 DOW for manufacturing)
 6 days of work in Smelting (for copper, aluminum, and steel)
 4 days of work in Manufacturing tools
Tools
 a screwdriver
 a grinder
 a bronze or steel peen hammer
 a pair of pliers
 a soldering iron
 pincers
 a file