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PostSubject: Mullards' Manufacturing Of Electron Tubes   2017-05-09, 5:56 pm

They refer to them as Thermionic Valves.  Interesting film.

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PostSubject: Re: Mullards' Manufacturing Of Electron Tubes   2017-05-10, 5:55 pm

I didn't realize that there were so many complicated machines used. I did notice that when they were heating the tungsten bars they were dipt in a small vat of mercury as one of the conductors of high current. Funny to hear the pronunciation of vacuum as vacu um, now I know why there's two u's.

Very instructive, thanks so much!

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PostSubject: Re: Mullards' Manufacturing Of Electron Tubes   2017-05-11, 4:18 pm

The guy making that tube had to have steady hands.

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