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New 3d printed project....Dipole Center Connector 2.0

smaller than the first which makes it better for portable ops

http://www.linuxwolfpack.com/3dmodel_dipole_connector_20.php
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I've created a PDF form of the ARRL Radiogram with fields that you can tab through on as you take traffic. I've saved it to my Google Drive to share with others to try it, evaluate it, give back feedback and utilize it if you find it useful. You can't save the file in the traditional sense and keep the text that you've filled the form fields with, but you can print it to PDF file. One problem I can see, is if you are receiving a book of several messages is the time it takes to print a message to PDF before resetting the form and causing a delay in taking the next message.

Anyway, here is the link to download it. Try it out and give feedback. Please download it and do not make any online edits of the file.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7oIpdQSorVEZmJOZUt0Z2VnOFE

Our in-house engineers have prepared another complimentary technical brief for emergency responders, planners and trainers showing the stand-off distances for BLEVE’s for various container sizes of propane, natural gas and LPG. The brief also details the physical and chemical properties of these substances to assure responders are better prepared to protect their communities.

The brief was reviewed by HS Today which summarizes a lot of the brief content. http://www.hstoday.us/single-article/technical-brief-on-bleve-explosions-for-propane-lpg-and-natural-gas-tanks-available/5badb292664c154ff3c176cbe2edf98a.html



The brief is available for free by requesting it from our web site at http://aristatek.com/TechBriefRequest.aspx?ID=16.

Don’t forget to check out our full library of complimentary hazmat briefs available at http://aristatek.com/TechBriefs.aspx including our briefs on crude oil, ammonium nitrate blast effects and many others.

Stay safe!!!
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AristaTek Team


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