Transporting an LGP-30
jwsmail at jwsss.com
Wed Dec 28 17:16:51 CST 2016
On 12/28/2016 8:38 AM, Cory Heisterkamp wrote:
> Guys, thanks for all the feedback. A challenge? Absolutely. But this is likely as close as I'll ever come to having a first generation machine, something unfathomable to me as a kid.
> Apologies for the radio-silence, we've put 1200+ miles under our belts since Monday morning. Today we cross into Alberta. Will keep you all posted on how it goes.
While you are where you can do it, if you are transporting it back, make
sure that all parts have the Made in USA clearly located for US
customs. I encountered some blockheads when I crossed over carrying
some material from Canada a few times. Only was able to trump the
nonsense when one of them found a hard to read "Made in USA" that my
partner had stuck in the etch on a lark.
Hangup was all the foreign content IC's with "Made in <far east>".
Though less of a problem with older equipment, it might be a problem.
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