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  • Make your own tubes

    I just got this from a friend, I don't think it's been posted here before:

    Here's how you make your own tubes
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    Simply beautiful.
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    • #3
      That's nothing. I make my own CPUs in my computers. Really. But anyway, very interesting video.
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      • #4
        That's nothing. I make my own CPUs in my computers. Really. But anyway, very interesting video.

        Now you can made tubes for a tube based CPU

        And the caps out of tin foil and wax paper! And the resistors out of pencil lead!

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        • #5
          On the one hand it's sort of reassuring to know that somewhere, there's probably going to be someone who will be able to make a vacuum tube when there aren't any manufactured anymore.

          At the same time, it's sort of scary; kind of like that guy that made a working 1/8th scale replica of a Ferrari 333 from scratch.
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          • #6
            Anyone catch his callsign? Wonder what he'd charge for a VF14?
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            • #7
              Stunning video!
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              • #8
                Anyone catch his callsign? Wonder what he'd charge for a VF14?


                You mean the code part? All I heard was CQ CQ CQ DE. It cut off right before the call sign.
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                • #9
                  That really kind of pretty in a wierd way. The obvious care he's taking to create something for... why? Just because he wants to. Cool.
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                  • #10
                    Wonder if he makes 6L6's? Boutique Power Tubes anyone?

                    Think of the possibilities you could make your own original tubes. How about EL6L6 or 34GT maybe a 12AS7 or an ECCY7. How about a 5881-1/2.
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