[vcf-midatlantic] May Repair workshop
dean.notarnicola at vcfed.org
Tue May 18 12:19:47 UTC 2021
With Tony’s guidance, I cleared the last pallet from the Rudolph rescue.
Items were shelved or put in the sale pile, with the respective lists of
items going to Tony.
Greg Casey visited the museum where Bill Dromgoole gave him a comprehensive
demo of the Univac.
Spent quite a bit of time with Herb while he was working on the H89 and
learned a ton.
Jeff Jonas provided the interface cable to attach a Gotek to the Model 1. I
will test it and attach on my next visit.
On Tue, May 18, 2021 at 7:50 AM Jeffrey Brace via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> Much thanks to Tony and Dean for managing the workshop on Saturday and part
> of Sunday. I had a much needed break from doing the workshops each month.
> The May repair workshop had half the number of usual suspects, but a lot
> got done. Lots of good work done by the people there. It also made it
> easier to find a place to go out to dinner as a larger group of 15 is
> harder to accomodate on a Saturday night.
> I know that Jeff Salzman and Herb were working on the H89, and got it
> mostly working. So hopefully at the June repair workshop we can get Alex
> Bodnar to come take a look at it since he seems to be highly recommended in
> repairing these machines.
> I know that Bill I and Jeff Jonas were making progress in the warehouse.
> I'm not sure what else went on. I got there at 1PM on Sunday.
> Maybe others can fill us in on their progress in different areas.
> Next repair workshop is June 12 & 13. Look for the next e-mail for the sign
> Jeff Brace
> Vice President & Board Member
> Vintage Computer Festival East Show-runner
> Vintage Computer Federation is a 501c3 charity
> jeffrey at vcfed.org
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