[Moon-Net] WR75 - WR90 transistion
Edward R Cole
kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Wed Nov 16 19:43:09 CET 2016
Certainly easier with 3-D printer than milling
one. I made a transition from WR430 to WR340
back in 1971 at Goldstone to run an oven maggy
thru our std wg measurement gear (2.2-GHz). From
memory it was an intermediate step 1/4 guide-WL
long and bolted in between the two sections of
wg. I drew up the dimensions and had our master machinist make it.
73, Ed - KL7UW
At 08:42 AM 11/16/2016, Bill Koch wrote:
>Is this something that some entrepreneurial ham
>could make with a 3D printer?Â Iâve never used one, so I donât know.
>It would need to be plated, etc., but I would
>think that the firm that makes the 17dB WR90
>horn that is sold for US$30+/- has solved the
>plating issue.Â I looked long and hard to find
>a reasonably priced transition and Iâd take a
>couple more.Â Iâve seen others ask about them
>as well. Â Opportunity for someone?
>From: moon-net-bounces at mailman.pe1itr.com
>[mailto:moon-net-bounces at mailman.pe1itr.com] On
>Behalf Of Walter Crauwels ON4BCB
>Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 12:06 PM
>To: Moon-Net 1; Moon-Bounces; Moon-Net at nlsa.com; Moon-net
>Subject: [Moon-Net] WR75 - WR90 transistion
>I'm looking for a transition WR75 to WR90
>I have a PE1RKI transition,but it is
>mechanically to long to fit in my feed box
>any sources or anyone one left ?
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73, Ed - KL7UW
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