Apple Disk ][ X-Ray
pat at computer-refuge.org
Mon Jan 1 12:42:04 CST 2007
On Monday 01 January 2007 12:01, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On Dec 31, 2006, at 7:31 AM, Grant Stockly wrote:
> > This is my attempt at an "art" x-ray.
> > This image includes the entire range of densities. If I were to
> > penetrate the motor I would blow through the plastic.
> > This is a high resolution x-ray. Zoom into the front label and see
> > if you can read the embossed name plates... What COLOR is this
> > actual drive? The answer is in there! ; )
> > http://www.stockly.com/images2/061231-
> > Disk_II_Drive-120kv6ma15msDG35SFD.jpg
> > This shot was taken with the drive elevated at an angle by foam so
> > that you would get a 3d feeling and not a flat picture.
> > Let me know if its cool. I may x-ray an entire computer next... :
> > )
> It's extremely cool. What's with you and the x-rays lately? Did
> you score an x-ray machine somewhere recently? (I ask out of
> jealousy...I'd love a small x-ray setup [and the knowledge to use it]
> for soldering BGA components).
He said in an earlier message, that it was at his place of employment. :)
He's aparently not as crazy as I am to have some x-ray gear at home
(then again, I've never used it partly because I don't know enough about
dosages to determine what's safe, and how much to use to expose film
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