Ludlum Model 9

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John Taylor
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Re: Ludlum Model 9

Post by John Taylor » Tue Sep 30, 2014 3:27 am

If Ludlum had seen that silver paint years ago, they would've trashed that disgusting tan. And that would have been fine by me!

GREAT WORK and it looks like a fair price too. I have a similar model 9 that I sometimes use for rock collecting, but it will never look that nice. Thanks for posting all the eye candy!

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Re: Ludlum Model 9

Post by Andrew Robinson » Tue Sep 30, 2014 4:58 am

Thanks for the nice comments. yeah I have always liked the hammered look. Very rugged, industrial look. Pain in the butt to get right though.
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Re: Ludlum Model 9

Post by Bob Reite » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:24 am

Really a shame that the meter was damaged when you got it. It would be a perfect specimen otherwise.
The more reactive the materials, the more spectacular the failures.
The testing isn't over until the prototype is destroyed.

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Re: Ludlum Model 9

Post by Andrew Robinson » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:50 pm

Off to bigger and better things. This little guy is off to an accelerator lab in Los Alamos. Fare thee well my dear little ion chamber. :)
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