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Proxy Robotics: To The Moon And Beyond K. Dean Stephens
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780988960817
A delightful introduction to the new field of space exploration via proxy robotics, by inventor K. Dean Stephens. Filled with photos and drawings, the book will take you to a permanent base on the moon - and from there to Mars and other parts of the Solar System. It is the hope of the author that it will inspire new generations of robotics buffs and space enthusiasts. There is little time to lose... the stars are calling!
Saving Earth: The Proxy Robot Age K. Dean Stephens
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780988960848
What is a Proxy Robot? How might the exciting new field of proxy robotics effect you and make your life better? How can proxy robots save the earth? These are some of the questions addressed in this richly-illustrated, 152 page book. The text is easy to read and the subject is captivating, so order your copy today! "Saving Earth: The Proxy Robot Age" is the author's second volume on the subject, along with nearly a dozen pending patents. The current book describes the multiple uses for proxy robotics on Earth, while the first volume, "Proxy Robotics: To The Moon and Beyond" is all about the use of proxy robots in the exploration of space. Happy reading!
Thomas Organ Vox Footswitches R.G. Keen
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Repair or replace a missing footpedal switch for your USA Vox amplifier - a Beatle, Royal Guardsman, Viscount, Buckingham, Cambridge, Berkeley, Pacemaker, or Pathfinder. Contains instructions, advice, and construction details to fix one or make a new one, including parts sources. Anyone modestly skilled at electronics construction should be able to follow the instructions and make their USA Vox amplifier footswitch work again. Note: UK Vox amplifiers and Vox amps built by Korg are not covered; only the USA Vox amps built by Thomas Organ in the 1960s and 1970s.
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