m.9.wilson at ntlworld.com
Sat Oct 24 04:14:27 EDT 2020
Most computer stuff would be recyclable here. The manuals and suchlike under the paper route and the hardware under electrical end of life regulations.
> On 24 October 2020 at 01:51 jcoyle at iinet.net.au wrote:
> I signed up with Freecycle on Tuesday, and on Thursday someone posted they were interested in old computer gear: today I
> will unload a pile of both working and non-working items including original manuals, cables etc - everything computer
> bods collect over many years, and never throw away in case we might need it. So, having decided I'll never, for
> example, need a parallel interface cable again, out it goes!
> Free, they collect, and it goes to someone who is interested, so not to landfill - can't get better than that.
> John in Brisbane
> -----Original Message-----
> From: PDML <pdml-bounces at pdml.net> On Behalf Of Daniel J. Matyola
> Sent: Friday, 23 October 2020 11:47 PM
> To: Pentax-Discuss Mail List <pdml at pdml.net>
> Subject: Re: Vintage Enlarger
> Thanks, Mark.
> I am trying schools and the local colleges. I just hate to throw it in the
> trash. We had a local crew come in yesterday and take away a dump truck of
> unwanted items from our basement, including a piano that is beyond repair.
> That was my chance to get rid of it easily, but I keep feeling someone
> might want it.
> Dan Matyola
> On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 5:55 PM Mark C <pdml-mark at charter.net> wrote:
> > You might want to check with local schools or museums that have photo
> > classes. They probably won't want an older enlarger but may have
> > students who are film enthusiasts who would.
> > That said, I have a Beseler 23C that I've been trying to give away for
> > years with no luck.
> > BTW - some enlarger lenses are excellent for studio macro work. I took
> > the EL-Nikkor 50mm f2.8 off the enlarger I have and it is great reverse
> > mounted on extension. They are't worth much though, I think there is an
> > ample supply of them out there.
> > Mark
> > On 10/19/2020 5:35 PM, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:
> > > In cleaning out my basement, I have a vintage film enlarger that I need
> > to
> > > dispose of. It is made by DeJur, belonged to my father-in-law, and is at
> > > least 60 years old, but still intact.
> > > I would prefer to see it go to someone who would use it, rather than to
> > the
> > > local landfill. Too heavy to be shipped economically. Any ideas on how
> > I
> > > might proceed?
> > >
> > >
> > https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-dGZOLo0f_TsNRgs7CYqWtK4qfxWUsXM/view?usp=sharing
> > >
> > >
> > https://drive.google.com/file/d/18hegccMwuiPD00zkAqTWPcgK3md1S0cN/view?usp=sharing
> > >
> > > Dan Matyola
> > > *https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery
> > > <https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery>*
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