Re Vacuum Tube Workshop

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Re Vacuum Tube Workshop

Postby George Schmermund » Mon Nov 03, 2014 1:04 am

Carl - Thanks for the positive comments! I've shifted this thread over to here so that we don't get scolded for having a discussion in the trading post forum. The Museum is exceedingly UNequipped for this project, but their spirits are high. The website images are of one of the labs I have at home. The equipment for the workshop project is now coming out of storage and is slowly being setup and plumbed and wired in. This will be a great adventure and all involved are enthusiastic.

There is a Maker Place here in town, but I haven't approached them yet. The response from having placed a couple of posts in different forums has already filled the first few workshops if I keep them to just 5 attendees each. I think the real jackpot will be the ham radio clubs. I'm just going to let it coast for the time being.
Anything obvious in high vacuum is probably wrong.
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Re: Re Vacuum Tube Workshop

Postby Gleedaniel Martin » Mon Mar 30, 2015 12:07 am

I guess if you really persevere to pursue what you think is best for you, then I am sure that it will lead on your success. Just keep motivated in doing it.
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