Summer sale! Cleaning out the shop… more to follow WBS-L – 10-060 : PPM Meter Driver WBS-L – 14-260 : Mic-Preamp and HP Filter WBS-L – 4-109 : Amplifier…
Found some pictures of an Ampex ATR-102I shipped a few years ago. It sat on a pillow of pink insulation. Pink does more than you think. Once it was all set, I filled it with High Density styrofoam
Assigning IPs and all!
Dave Adams did my a solid today. I needed some support cut to exactly 1.6 *12 plus 0.02 worth of “wiggle room” spaced over 12 modules. He has the tools and knows them too well! Thanks again Dave!
This isn’t something you see everyday. I know this is something he doesn’t have. I know it’s a gift he’ll truly enjoy. http://www.ebay.com/itm/STUDER-C37-tube-mastermachine/121497529690
This would be a dream for the test bench. Simple, robust effective analysis tools! I would be happy with an old system one… but this would be on the shelf in a heartbeat. The APx515 is a high performance…
it’s not easy! Yes, we included a robertson drill bit as a courtesy!
Here is the prototype for the dinner Ward-Beck Systems Dinner Box 4 – Ready to be soldered – dB-4 The parts can be quickly ordered here and assembly the simplest DIY project out there. Soldering and tests to follow!
My Old Herman Miller wheels were really ruining my floor. This is something you don’t really think about until it’s too late… I ordered hardwood floor safe wheels for my chair. I really recommend them for any surface… the soft…
a whole semester summed up in one drawing From the Art of Electronics second edition – Paul Horowitz and winfield Hill
So a client taught me a valuable lesson this week: Never solder (tin) the copper on an electrical cable. The more whiskers of copper making surface contact the better. Maximize surface contact!
I moved my chair into the sunlight for the first time in… Sure enough it needed a cleaning. The casters were beyond cleaning, so new ones with Rubber wheels (for the hardwood) have been ordered. This chair kicks serious ass!
In the 70’s and into the 90’s WBS used a Schadow switch in almost every product they built. Different buttons required different offsets so “GOLDEN RULES” of design were made up so each engineer was on the same page. I…