[vcf-midatlantic] 11/9 & 11/10 Workshop
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Mon Nov 11 08:41:22 EST 2019
Tony helped me remove a virus I'd spread around my external mac HDDs.
I spent some time working on a Tektronix 4696 printer. It's an early color
inkjet, a casual search suggests it was introduced in 1987. Mine was bought
in 1988, and never used.
After figuring out what the magic "maintenance fluid" is (water), and many
hours of cleaning cycles & manual cleanings (Thanks Connor!) it started
producing great output!
On Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 10:10 PM Tony Bogan via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> I’d also like to give a shout out to David Gesswein, Bill Dromgoole, Ian
> Primus for helping work on other VCF/museum machines, Connor and Jason for
> helping anyone with anything and everyone else who chipped in as always.
> Workshops are so great because everyone pretty much jumps in and helps
> everyone with everything. It’s why we get so much done in so short a time!
> I’d also like to thank Adam Michlin for all his help today along with Jeff
> for organizing and running everything. A special super big thanks to Dean
> and Drew Notarnicola for coming all the way down here just to man the
> museum all day so everyone else could work on their own projects. I’m sure
> I forgot someone, my apologies.
> Dean, Drew, Adam and I took a quick lunch break and Drom and Jeff covered
> the museum.
> Total team effort. Thanks everyone!
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