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Offline mikebg
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« Reply #10 on: June 10, 2011, 12:02:37 am »
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Here is the picture of a very deep seeking metal detector. Eugene uses it as avatar on a forum. I can not believe that Eugene is outdated so he does not remember that exists this device.  :Smiley
Maybe he is not so old and he will remember the forum in which he uses this avatar :-). He had to report the existence of this machine in this thread.
This model is most sensitive because it uses loop configuration with one important advantage over models that he has shown above. Now Eugene must remember what is this advantage, how is called this loop configuration and communicate them in this thread, because a man in India wants we to make design of such a machine.
Eugene, you say!  Waveing
Meanwhile, mr Fictive, despite this machine is an Italian design, it is produced in India :-)
Yours: Mike Dummy Jr.


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