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Quaid
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Heya everyone

Post by Quaid » 28 Jun 2020, 12:12

Heya everyone,

I'm a Canadian university student from Ontario.

I'm slowly putting together a humble collection of radiation detectors, and have now started to build my own since they're usually cheaper (at the cost of my own time and effort). So I have come to this forum to share and gain knowledge about radiation detectors.

Cheers,
Quaid
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James Luck
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Re: Heya everyone

Post by James Luck » 28 Jun 2020, 14:50

Welcome to the forum,
We have quite the wealth of knowledge from many here. Hope you enjoy your time on here as well.

-James.
James luck
Chicago Ill, USA.
Hobbyist, primary meter: refurbished Eberline Esp-1.
Probe: 3 inch plastic scintillator kit from iradinc.

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Steven Sesselmann
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Re: Heya everyone

Post by Steven Sesselmann » 28 Jun 2020, 17:52

Hi Quaid,

Anyone with a humble collection of radiation detectors is going to be welcome here :)

Sorry you had to go through hoops to sign up here, but we had ongoing issues with spammers, and the text message seems to have deterred them.

Enjoy the forum and exchange your experiences with the other members.

Steven

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