removing parts from PCBs
cclist at sydex.com
Wed Nov 16 00:45:01 CST 2005
On 11/15/2005 at 9:19 PM William Donzelli wrote:
>> Well yes, but remember that Honeywell tinkered with direct water
>cooling a bit back in the 70's.
I got to see the Honeywell setup when the prototype was still being worked
on. A friend worked at the old GE plant in Phoenix and gave me a tour.
The machine was sort of a throwback to the 1940's--it was literally a
walk-in unit with things in free-standing racks with plastic water tubing
all over the place. There were still quite a few GE machines around the
But I think indirect water cooling (as a heat transfer medium) goes back as
far as SAGE.
Speaking of Honeywell, does anyone collect the pre-GE 16-bit minis?
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