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First Republic moneyboxes, treasury boxes and keys to them, part 2 - Tresoria moneyboxes

First Republic moneyboxes, treasury boxes and keys to them, part 2 - Tresoria moneyboxes

jaccob
10458 8
Looms were very popular in the 1920s and became a common part of all households, so there were quite a lot of them and a large number still survive. Sadly, as I wrote in the last installment, the vast majority were without keys and often with damaged locks. And since I think many of you have one at home, here you will find a detailed description of each type in my collectionand detailed photos of the mechanisms and keys that can help you repair your cassette and make a matching key.
How to make a wireless module from ML85 and ML80 headphones

How to make a wireless module from ML85 and ML80 headphones

jaccob
51132 43
As I have recently started to get a lot of suggestions from other colleagues that they would like to have a wireless module like the Equinox 800 on the new line of detectors Minelab Equinox 700/900 , X- terra Pro and Manticore. I decided to come up with a simple rebuild so that the complete electronics from the ML85 and ML80 headsets could be fit into a precisely designed 3D printed box to make a wireless module.
Metal detector Minelab E-Trac - catalogue in pdf

Metal detector Minelab E-Trac - catalogue in pdf

Elmara
37395 1
Since 25.4.2010 we have started a complete test of the Minelab E-Trac metal detector on the treasure hunter. The length of the test will again be at least 3 months, so in the meantime you can at least download the product evaluation sheet from Minelab testers in PDF format.

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