[757labs] Steam engineers?
proletroll at gmail.com
Fri Jan 20 08:45:36 EST 2012
new guy Dave here, I'm going to swing by your open house tonight and say hello.
The building I work in is full of engineers. I'm electronics myself,
but there's a slew of steam engineers right down the hall. Our paths
don't normally cross that often, so I don't know many of them, but
I'll see if anyone's interested in a free lunch and let you know.
On 1/20/12, Trevor Lewis <trevorl.salad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yeah, steam scares me too. The Navy have some pretty incredible videos
> and pictures in regards to high pressure steam related injuries.
> Fingers and limbs sliced right off, people cut in half. It's a very
> bad thing if you screw it up.
> Lots of Navy people around, and the Navy still has a lot of steam in
> use. Might get lucky.
> On 1/20/12, Steve Nelson <snelson at webapper.com> wrote:
>> Does anyone know any local engineers that have designed and worked with
>> steam systems? I'd love to buy them lunch or coffee and pick there brains
>> for my solar project. I'm getting closer to building a steam engine, but
>> steam scares me.
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