Date   

locked Re: Workday

Lou Everett, Sr. <loueverettsr@...>
 

Are you using the right size paper?  Are you printing 8 1/2 or legal size?

Just a couple of things to consider.

Lou WA5LOU




On Sunday, December 22, 2019, 8:40 PM, Gary Harmon <gharmon@...> wrote:

OK, here is a stupid question.  I have looked at the spreadsheet of the items inventoried.  I want to print some of them out to use as working copies BUT for the life of me I have figured out how to accomplish that task.  Normal printed execution just prints one column of gibberish.  What am I missing?

 

HELP?  

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:22 PM
To: Bill Craft; Harold C Fleischer III; Richard Elder; Richard Roudebush; rosendo.guzman@...; main@saradioclub.groups.io; Lloyd M. Swartz
Subject: [W5SC] Workday

 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Workday

Gary Harmon
 

OK, here is a stupid question.  I have looked at the spreadsheet of the items inventoried.  I want to print some of them out to use as working copies BUT for the life of me I have figured out how to accomplish that task.  Normal printed execution just prints one column of gibberish.  What am I missing?

 

HELP?  

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:22 PM
To: Bill Craft; Harold C Fleischer III; Richard Elder; Richard Roudebush; rosendo.guzman@...; main@saradioclub.groups.io; Lloyd M. Swartz
Subject: [W5SC] Workday

 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Vacuum tubes

Harold Fleischer
 

Dear Richard,

 

I photographed some 40+ tubes at the last work session. They were not in boxes, but the manufacturers included RCA, GE, and Sylvania. The newspaper that each individual tube is wrapped in dates from the 1980s-1990s. This is a New Old Stock situation although we cannot guarantee that any of them work. That said anyone buying them knows that they may have to buy more than one to get a good one. If they need it back enough for vintage equipment, they will assume the risk.

 

Until we get done with the inventory and place a valuation on each tube, we will not really know what we have. Once you see the number of boxes of tubes and other components, you will release that this will be a long and tedious process.

 

Your comments give me hope that in the end it will all be worthwhile for SARC and the wider ham community plus maybe others.

 

Sincerely,

 

Harold

 

Harold C. Fleischer, III

AE5AS

ae5as@...

210-497-2532

 

From: Richard Blank <rikblank@...>
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 8:45 PM
To: main@saradioclub.groups.io
Cc: Bill Craft <billc851@...>; Harold C Fleischer III <haroldcf@...>; Richard Elder <rcelder@...>; Richard Roudebush <roudie3@...>; rosendo.guzman@...; Lloyd M. Swartz <lswartz@...>; Gary Harmon <gharmon@...>
Subject: Vacuum tubes

 

Since I am probably the only one on this list that actually works in the audiophile arena I'll chime in about tubes valuable to audio aficionados.

 

Assuming USA manufacturing, some of the tubes can be quite valuable today...with European manufacturer tubes possibly bringing more, from mfgs like Mullard, Siemans, GEC, Marconi, Telefunken, etc.

 

12AX7, especially European sourced tubes, even in American boxes, bring pretty serious money today

12AT7, less than the AX, but still desirable

12AU7, still not the AX level

Variants of the above, like the 6201, etc. can be quite valuable

12BH7

7199, scarce, but used in Dynaco amps and some Scott amps, too, no direct replacement exists

 

6BQ5/ 7189. EL84

6V6, beloved by guitar amp users

6L6GC, these bring in good money if American made, the earlier versions,

6L6, 6L6G, GA, GB with lower plate dissipation figures not so much

5881, 5932, 7027  7581

6CA7, EL34

6550

KT-series tubes (European version of the beam power tubes, like the 6550, called "Kinkless Tetrodes", especially KT66, KT88, and KT77.

 

6SN7

6SL7

The 12 volt versions of these are still sought but do not bring in the same cash

6080 and 6AG7 are desirable, but maybe not real valuable

 

Mil-spec heavy duty tube rectifiers, the "potato masher" type.

 

Matching tubes takes more than something like a transconductance tube checker to actually match plate curves and current draws for proper biasing, my TV7-DU isn't one that will do that, but I've always wanted a tube curve tracer...

 

That's about all I can think of for now.

 

Rick

KI5SL

 

 

 

 

On Friday, December 20, 2019, 6:06:56 PM CST, Paul Guido <radioteacher@...> wrote:

 

 

I am out of town and cannot make it. 

 

Tubes can be very valuable.  Tested tubes even more so.  Matched pairs on top of that.

 

Some tubes like large nixies and those sought by audiophiles should be tested and sold on a site like ebay.  I would be happy to test some tubes on my Hickok 752.  I also own a Nixie test unit.

 

Tubes like Tungsol 5881, USA made 6550 and 2A3’s are some of the ones I can name off the top of my head but there are many others.

 

That being said, I would be interested in buying up to four EL34s and four 6V6’s for an amplifier project I have at the market rate the group decides on.

 

We also want to be careful not to flood the market with tubes.

 

Paul   



On Dec 20, 2019, at 3:22 PM, Joe Bruno <jlbruno4433@...> wrote:



This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Workday

Harold Fleischer
 

Dear Joe W5AUQ,

 

This email confirms the phonecon that I will be there with camera and backdrop at 10 a. m. on Monday, Dec 23, 2019.

 

Sincerely,

 

Harold

 

Harold C. Fleischer, III

AE5AS

ae5as@...

210-497-2532

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io <main@saradioclub.groups.io> On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:22 PM
To: Bill Craft <billc851@...>; Harold C Fleischer III <haroldcf@...>; Richard Elder <rcelder@...>; Richard Roudebush <roudie3@...>; rosendo.guzman@...; main@saradioclub.groups.io; Lloyd M. Swartz <lswartz@...>
Subject: [W5SC] Workday

 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Workday

Bill Craft
 

Gary,
Harold has created a complete procedure for inventorying and pricing items. Its a PDF file on the site with inventory. The 2 inventories you see ( excel spreadsheets) are the same, the one that is 48mb is size was the first input with huge pictures. I reduced the size of the pictures and created the same inventory with smaller pictures so spreadsheet is considerably smaller is size about 2 mb.

Its something to consider when we create an inventory that it is compact enough to be emailed - 48mb file size is not. 


locked Re: Workday

Joe Bruno
 

At this point in time I have not made any decisions on the tubes or what is going to happen to ANYTHING yet.   All of this will be determined at a later date and time.   This is one of the reasons that we didn't want the inventory put out to anyone in the first place.  All that does is generate questions that at this point in time have no answers.  For those of you who just don't know, I myself started working on tube type equipment back in the 60's.   So yes I cut my teeth on tube type equipment.   I'm not immune to the value of what we have and sure don't want it given or thrown away.   

Please, either help or give us time to get this done...  our common goal is to do what is best for the SARC.

Joe Bruno 
W5AUQ 
210-363-9500

On Fri, Dec 20, 2019, 6:17 PM Gary Harmon <gharmon@...> wrote:

Have instructions been distributed on how/where/when the suggested value/pricing could/should be implemented?  The new web site has at least two spread sheets with inventory data listed.

 

I will try hard to make the workday for a couple of hours.

 

73,

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:22 PM
To: Bill Craft; Harold C Fleischer III; Richard Elder; Richard Roudebush; rosendo.guzman@...; main@saradioclub.groups.io; Lloyd M. Swartz
Subject: [W5SC] Workday

 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Workday

Gary Harmon
 

Have instructions been distributed on how/where/when the suggested value/pricing could/should be implemented?  The new web site has at least two spread sheets with inventory data listed.

 

I will try hard to make the workday for a couple of hours.

 

73,

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 5:22 PM
To: Bill Craft; Harold C Fleischer III; Richard Elder; Richard Roudebush; rosendo.guzman@...; main@saradioclub.groups.io; Lloyd M. Swartz
Subject: [W5SC] Workday

 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Re: Workday

Paul Guido
 

I am out of town and cannot make it. 

Tubes can be very valuable.  Tested tubes even more so.  Matched pairs on top of that.

Some tubes like large nixies and those sought by audiophiles should be tested and sold on a site like ebay.  I would be happy to test some tubes on my Hickok 752.  I also own a Nixie test unit.

Tubes like Tungsol 5881, USA made 6550 and 2A3’s are some of the ones I can name off the top of my head but there are many others.

That being said, I would be interested in buying up to four EL34s and four 6V6’s for an amplifier project I have at the market rate the group decides on.

We also want to be careful not to flood the market with tubes.

Paul   

On Dec 20, 2019, at 3:22 PM, Joe Bruno <jlbruno4433@...> wrote:



This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Workday

Joe Bruno
 

This coming up Monday the 23rd of December at 10:00 we will be having another workday, inventory day, to add to our ever-growing items that were donated here recently.  Today we identified some areas that can be streamlined to further assist in this process.  We were hoping that some of the other members of the club would step up to the plate and help with the inputting of the data, obviously not.  We will be moving on though in light of this.

 

Harold has graciously printed out more of the labels we have been using.  This will assist in adding the next batch of items to our inventory.  This inventory has also brought to our attention the need to make sure that, Tubes, if you will, do not fall into the category of trash and end up in the dump.  Some of these items have shown to be very very valuable to the Ham Radio community as well as antique radio collecting/restoring.  The funds generated from this little expedition will pay for at least one radio I think.  That makes it worth it in my book!  One of our biggest goals was to restore the donors’ faith in Ham Radio, from what I have been led to believe we did accomplish this.

 

Radio Fiesta is coming up, and this Monday we will also try to determine what will and what will not be taken to radio fiesta.  This onslaught of tubes has made us take note of the value of these items and what we should do with them to keep the “good ones” in circulation.  Even the bad ones could be inserted into a non-working radio set to just show what was once used to make long distant communications possible.  I guess all they have to do is glow!  At this point in time, I think it would be in our best interest to solicit these tubes to the on-line tube re-sellers to get us more bang for our buck and keep our involvement to a bare minimum.  But an inventory needs to be done to determine what we do have.  Some of the items that we are putting into the system need to be either trashed or recycled.  Most of this should be on a case by case basis to be determined at the time of picking it up and inspecting it.  For all practical purposes once an item is handled a dispensation should be made as to what happens to it.  Handling items numerous times is basically bordering on insanity!  We need to get a little better at this.

 

Any and all who wish to join us this coming up Monday please feel free to do so…

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500


locked Lessons learned

Lloyd Swartz
 

    On Sunday I spent 2.5 hrs mostly getting like items into like piles.  The biggest pile ended up being vacuum tubes by a long shot.  If the boxes had been sorted items into piles as they were unloaded, it would have taken closer to a half hour.  On the other hand this was the best bending lifting exercise I have had in many many years.  Glad I was able to help.  It was fun being part of a team with different expertises.  

    A little planning early on, can save a lot of time when you don’t have room too spread out.
Lloyd
KF5ZHW

On Dec 8, 2019, at 8:19 PM, Joe Bruno <jlbruno4433@...> wrote:

I was planning on having a workday this week.  I wanted it done early this week, but it appears two of the key players will not be available until Wednesday.  That means if we can get enough participants it looks it will have to be Wednesday.  Those who can assist a show of hands via text to 210-363-9500 would be great.
 
 
Joe Bruno
W5AUQ
210-363-9500
 


locked Upcoming Event: Radio Fiesta - Fri, 2020-01-10 8:00am-5:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Radio Fiesta

When: Friday, 10 January 2020, 8:00am to 5:00pm, (GMT-06:00) America/Chicago

Where:Shertz Civic Center

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Organizer: SATC

Description: We are opening the doors from on Friday at 7:00 am to 12:00 pm for setup. and Doors open for customers at 1:00 pm till 5:00 pm.  On Saturday setup from 7:00 am to 8:00 am doors open for customers at 8:00 am till 2:00 pm at the Main Hall.
 
Tables and tickets are being sold now through Eventbrite.

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locked General Membership Meeting - Thu, 2019-12-12 #cal-notice

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General Membership Meeting

When:
Thursday, 12 December 2019
7:00pm to 9:00pm
(GMT-06:00) America/Chicago

Where:
Blanco BBQ 13259 Blanco Rd (at Longfield St) San Antonio, TX 78216

Organizer:
jeff@... 7192711444

Description:
There is No meeting this month




locked Upcoming Event: General Membership Meeting - Thu, 2019-12-12 7:00pm-9:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: General Membership Meeting

When: Thursday, 12 December 2019, 7:00pm to 9:00pm, (GMT-06:00) America/Chicago

Where:Blanco BBQ 13259 Blanco Rd (at Longfield St) San Antonio, TX 78216

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Organizer: jeff@... 7192711444

Description: There is No meeting this month




locked Re: SK Workday Time

Bill Craft
 

I sent you invite to Sk. look under files on left side

Bill

On 12/9/2019 12:59 PM, Gary Harmon wrote:

Bill, where on the site??

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Craft
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2019 12:50 PM
To: main@saradioclub.groups.io
Subject: Re: [W5SC] SK Workday Time

 

Joe, I have update the inventory file with reduced size pictures, reached end of descriptions and still have a few more picture of coils. Its up on groups.io

Bill

On 12/8/2019 8:35 PM, Joe Bruno wrote:

Thanks to Gary Harmond, I’m going to list a time, duh!  0900 in the AM.

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked Re: SK Workday Time

Gary Harmon
 

Bill, where on the site??

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io [mailto:main@saradioclub.groups.io] On Behalf Of Bill Craft
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2019 12:50 PM
To: main@saradioclub.groups.io
Subject: Re: [W5SC] SK Workday Time

 

Joe, I have update the inventory file with reduced size pictures, reached end of descriptions and still have a few more picture of coils. Its up on groups.io

Bill

On 12/8/2019 8:35 PM, Joe Bruno wrote:

Thanks to Gary Harmond, I’m going to list a time, duh!  0900 in the AM.

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked Re: SK Workday Time

Bill Craft
 

Joe, I have update the inventory file with reduced size pictures, reached end of descriptions and still have a few more picture of coils. Its up on groups.io

Bill

On 12/8/2019 8:35 PM, Joe Bruno wrote:

Thanks to Gary Harmond, I’m going to list a time, duh!  0900 in the AM.

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked Re: SK Donation

Harold Fleischer
 

Dear Joe W5AUQ,

 

My iPhone is charging, but Wednesday should work for me. If not, I will let you know.

 

Sincerely,

 

Harold

 

Harold C. Fleischer, III

AE5AS

ae5as@...

210-497-2532

 

From: main@saradioclub.groups.io <main@saradioclub.groups.io> On Behalf Of Joe Bruno
Sent: Sunday, December 8, 2019 8:19 PM
To: main@saradioclub.groups.io
Subject: [W5SC] SK Donation

 

I was planning on having a workday this week.  I wanted it done early this week, but it appears two of the key players will not be available until Wednesday.  That means if we can get enough participants it looks it will have to be Wednesday.  Those who can assist a show of hands via text to 210-363-9500 would be great.

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked SK Workday Time

Joe Bruno
 

Thanks to Gary Harmond, I’m going to list a time, duh!  0900 in the AM.

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked SK Donation

Joe Bruno
 

I was planning on having a workday this week.  I wanted it done early this week, but it appears two of the key players will not be available until Wednesday.  That means if we can get enough participants it looks it will have to be Wednesday.  Those who can assist a show of hands via text to 210-363-9500 would be great.

 

 

Joe Bruno

W5AUQ

210-363-9500

 


locked Need a Four Foot Rack

Gary Harmon
 

My Bulverde buddy is looking for a 4 foot high, 10" wide radio rack.  If you have or know of one let me know and I will advise Bulverde Ron.

 

Best 73,  

 

Gary H. Harmon, Jr. - K5JWK - HAM Radio, HEATHKIT, and ATARI Archaeologist

6003 Archwood

San Antonio, TX 78239-1504

(210) 657-1549 <home>

(210) 884-6926 <cell and text>

(210) 657-1549 <FAX with prior notification>

gharmon@...

 

"Retirement = Every day is a Saturday except Sunday"

"Real radios glow in the dark"

"Too many projects, not enough time"

 

http://www.grissomroadcoc.org