[TCML] JOB OFFERED - Tesla Based Microcontroller Development CO-OP
McCauley, Daniel H
daniel.h.mccauley at lmco.com
Fri Mar 30 05:47:47 MST 2012
That’s great - very impressive indeed. Thanks for sharing. You guys out there are certainly developing some awesome hardware and taking Tesla Coiling to the next level. To answer your question, I have not been keeping up with any developments in the Tesla Community as my responsibilities have changed in the past several years. I have not been an active Tesla coiler builder in at least 5 years and my responsibilities now are all about God, Church, and my family, feeding 5 little mouths and trying to save enough money to put them all through college. I am thankful to both God and this great nation of ours for giving me the opportunity to take something that I love and use it to help achieve these goals.
Thank you again for the links. I have some friends at work that would be really impressed with the things you guys are doing. I will share with them the links if that is okay with you.
God Bless and good luck with all your future endeavors,
From: tesla-bounces at pupman.com [mailto:tesla-bounces at pupman.com] On Behalf Of Henry
Sent: Friday, March 30, 2012 2:55 AM
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Subject: EXTERNAL: RE: [TCML] JOB OFFERED - Tesla Based Microcontroller Development CO-OP
Have you taken a look at what's out there? Phillip has a controller that's fully user programmable; (Teslasynth and Multi-mode Tesla Coil Controller) and Chris has a MIDI Teslasynth that's out of sight!
Development is on a smokin' hot pace....
I am very proud of what these gentlemen have achieved, indeed!
Their products are first class and are take coiling to the next level.
Take a look: @ http://www.drsparksite.com/teslathon2012.htm
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