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Old 12th Nov 2017, 11:43 pm   #81
Terry_VK5TM
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Default Re: The perils of homebrewing equipment

All my homebrewing at the moment, apart from making a couple of duplicate test beds, is writing firmware.

At least I can do that inside where it's a nice 24C under the air-con instead of out in the workshop where it's hitting mid to high 30's last few days.
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