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Subject: Re: X-Ray Kit

Date: 08/18/02 at 5:25 PM
Posted by: Mike Gray
E-mail: mike@amerytel.net
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: X-Ray Kit posted by Aaron on 08/18/02 at 3:22 PM:

Hi Aaron,
First off, if you havn't done so already, I highly suggest
that you learn as much as you can about the physics of generating
X-rays, X-ray equipment, and MOST important is X-ray and high voltage
SAFETY. Playing around with X-ray generating equipment can be
rewarding, educational, and just plain enjoyable, but it must be done
safely. You might not get a second chance if you come in contact with
very high voltage! And NEVER X-ray living tissue (human or animal)
unless you are licensed by your state to do so.

There are X-ray components often being auctioned on Ebay. You can
find transformers and X-ray tubes, and sometime complete X-ray
systems. I own a dental X-ray repair company and I have sold various
items on Ebay in the past. I don't have anything at the moment for
sale but I will over the next couple of weeks. I am currently
purchasing X-ray fluoroscope screens from an overseas company which I
will be auctioning on Ebay. I expect to receive them in about 2
weeks. A fluoroscope screen is very handy for viewing your raw X-ray
beam to see its shape and uniformity. It can also be used in in place
of film and messy chemicals if you use it with a digital camera to
view your X-rayed subjects. I will also have an X-ray transformer and
one or two X-ray tubes for sale. On Ebay, search on keyword "X-ray".
My Ebay user name is "xray-repair".

Regards,
Mike Gray



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