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Nuts & Volts Magazine (May 2004)


By Michael Houston    View In Digital Edition  

When I was 13, my dad came to me with a challenge to build something my grandpa designed and called a BX24-AHT Transmogrifier. This was my first attempt at such a big project — much less a project that involved soldering. Like most 13-year-old boys, I wasn’t too interested because I thought the idea sounded boring, but, in the end, I agreed to take on the job. It started out slowly, mainly because my dad and grandpa were trying to teach me what each part did. Eventually, we got to the soldering


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