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Subject: Re: Hi all.
From: meredith lamb mlamb1@..........
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2000 22:14:32 -0800

john c cole wrote:

> Eric
>  My name is John C Cole. I live in Houston Texas. Do not discard the idea
> of building a Leaman detector. It does not have to be big and
> conspicuous. I have built a mini Leaman and a mimi/mini Leaman . They are
> in operation now and they work well.The mini/mini Leaman is about 14"
> long , 8" high and 8"wide. It can be concealed anywhere. The geophones
> are for local events but , even a mini/mini will pick up events from
> around the world. A good detector that works well can be built for $65 to
> $85 .
>   If you want more information on the construction of a good  Leaman ,
> check these locations.    or at
>    ps- Plenty of pictures and information about our equipment  and
> information on where to find more.
>                                                     good luck  john cole

Hi John,

Nice web site/s with all the photos.  Your coil winder is a
real nice item to have on hand....whats its sizes, manufacturer,
date, capacity?  Does it evenly space the wire over a form,
or does it have that capacity?

The only coil winder I ever saw surplus were huge monsters,
that weighted like 100-200 plus pounds, and appeared to be
meant for large gauge wire.

Take care,

Meredith Lamb


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