While in the bay area this weekend I stopped at the Electronics Flea Market. This swap meet occurs on the second Saturday of the month during the summer, and is held at De Anza College in Cupertino. The majority of the stuff being sold falls into one of three categories: ham radio equipment from the 40’s, miscellaneous circuit components, and electronics from the 80’s. In addition, most of the cliental are either in their 40’s or in their 70’s. I guess the lure of 30 year old test equipment and tube transistors has a specific audience. At any rate, there were some pretty cool stuff hidden among all the junk.
I had a homework problem in my machine elements course that used this exact gear box.