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Re: [TCML] Dr. Godfrey Loudner, deceased former member
Thanks for responding, and your comments regarding Dr. Godfrey Loudner. I have an obligation to the Estate to do my best in disposing of these transformers - additionally I cannot incur shipping costs - and I really do mean over 1 ton of transformers - literally hundred's. What exactly is "hackerspace" and "RIT"? If arrangements could be made for pick-up - we may be able to come to some agreement. JDavey
>From: Adam Munich <ajm9414@xxxxxxx>
>Sent: Jun 21, 2013 8:52 PM
>To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: [TCML] Dr. Godfrey Loudner, deceased former member
>It's never fun to hear about a coiler die :-/
>But, would it be feasible to donate some of Dr Lounder's collection to the
>hackerspace I'm founding at RIT?
>On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 8:39 PM, Jack <jnswitko@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Dr. Godfrey Loudner, avid Tesla experimenter and collector passed away.
>> His collection of transformers amount to a ton (plus), ranging in size
>> from a few watts, up to a 5 KVA "pole pig", with the majority of many
>> dozens of transformers somewhere in-between. He has a Tesla Toroid (3'),
>> and other miscellaneous electronic gear....
>> It falls upon me to "liquidate" this collection. I would prefer this gear
>> go to people who can appreciate this collection, rather than my having to
>> scrap it out. I'm hoping your Tesla members would have some suggestions as
>> to what to do with Dr. Loudner's collection?
>> Jack N. Davey
>> PO Box 608
>> Mission, SD 57555
>> 303 947 4339 (cell)
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