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Gadget Freak Case #170: Smoking Permitted, but Bring a Roast

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tfdeakin
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How Appropriate
tfdeakin   9/1/2011 3:23:27 PM
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Good thing Peter's last name isn't Feuer or Gebrannt.

mgal
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Greta Project .. want more info :)
mgal   1/18/2012 1:25:35 PM
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Hey Peter this is a great project which I'd like to duplicate for myself.

Do you have more detailed info?  The link provided,

(http: www.gfreak.com/GF170/GF170.zip) does not seem to be active.

Can you redirect?  Thanks MGAL

S1ack
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Re: Greta Project .. want more info :)
S1ack   3/1/2012 3:27:09 PM
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I can share schematics and code via sugaysync. But I cannot divine a way to send you this info from your profile page (on Design News).

you could reply with it in a cryptic form.

n-a-m-e   @@AT d.o.m.a.i.n.commercial etc...

 

mgal
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Re: Greta Project .. want more info :)
mgal   3/2/2012 12:29:15 PM
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Thanks Peter

g-i-f-t-s-2-d-i-e-4  @@AT  g.m.a.i.l.commecial etc... 

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