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    Cygnus-1X Metal Detector

    It started as a discussion New Metal Detector Design Requirement Wish List but now the overall design is complete, the requirements list is complete and locked down and some of Tnet's finest have joined AviTech for field testing and other production activities. Our field testers are all hand picked from right here on Tnet as this board after exhaustive research, is rated the best of all. All of our field testers here have in their signatures "AviTech Associate" and while they can be followed around for clues they are all under an air tight NDA and will not be able to answer too many questions until testing is complete and the first production cycle is locked down.

    We still have not locked down the first model delivery date but are kind-of looking for March of 2020 depending on what we find in testing and what changes need to be made. Manufacturers of the various elements, shaft, control box, sensor head and the like is pretty much locked down but still open if there is better pricing available. If you or someone you know can make any of these items please post here or PM me to inquire.

    Our reasons for doing this are in the thread quoted above but one big point to remember is that Cygnus will be a high quality machine built to be water proof and durable along with a host of other features adopted from posts in the quoted thread, because Cygnus is for you!

    There will be some videos coming out and smokeythecat will be our video production artist, expect some videos around the January-February time frame, sooner if testing holds true. many of the tests are already completed by AviTech while producing other related products so it's not like we are starting from scratch.

    Everything about Cygnus is MADE IN AMERICA something we are proud to state!

    We are not out to just make money, we are about giving back to the community and each of our 9 field testers / engineers / artists feel exactly as I do in this area.

    Hope to see all of you with a Cygnus machine in your hands soon and thanks so much for all of the PM's already received offering both the best of luck and other valuable ideas.
    Something new is coming, the Cygnus, don't be left behind!

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    docweiser, A2coins and Hobbs. like this.

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    I guarantee it will be beyond awesome.

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    It will be able to detect in space,...... that's the feature I like.

    It's a sure bet there are pull tabs on the moon.
    (And maybe a few coins)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SanMan View Post
    It will be able to detect in space,...... that's the feature I like.

    It's a sure bet there are pull tabs on the moon.
    (And maybe a few coins)
    A2coins, SanMan, Digger RJ and 2 others like this.
    Something new is coming, the Cygnus, don't be left behind!

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    I don't think it will catch a marlin...
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    Is there a complete list of these "Associates" somewhere?
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    SeabeeRon Santa Cruz,CA.

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    Might not be able to catch it- but given enough mercury it might be able to tell you it's there. :P
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    Coins I have found in MY yard-

    1775 British half penny, 178x half penny, 1816 Spanish 1/2 Reale, 1849 large cent, 1858 Seated Liberty quarter, 1892 Barber quarter, 18xx Shield nickel, 1897 Liberty head V nickel, a pile of Indian cents & Wheat pennies, 1946 dime, 1963 half dollar.

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    It's going to be a very fun winter! There is a list, Santa checked it twice and we are all on the "nice list"!
    Last edited by smokeythecat; Dec 22, 2019 at 11:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeeRon View Post
    Is there a complete list of these "Associates" somewhere?
    I let the team know that signatures are optional so if they want to be known they can be known that way or by replying to you, I see two with signatures in this thread of the 9. If any of them prefer to be anonymous it is their choice. Thanks for asking!
    Something new is coming, the Cygnus, don't be left behind!

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    cant wait to see it!

    Jas 1:22 But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calabash digger View Post
    cant wait to see it!

    And it can't wait to see you.
    Coins I have found in MY yard-

    1775 British half penny, 178x half penny, 1816 Spanish 1/2 Reale, 1849 large cent, 1858 Seated Liberty quarter, 1892 Barber quarter, 18xx Shield nickel, 1897 Liberty head V nickel, a pile of Indian cents & Wheat pennies, 1946 dime, 1963 half dollar.

    Atari Token

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    Calabash, I expect to retire the Deus after this. I already sold the Equinox...what does that tell you? I also sold my PI machine last year. Yes, it's a tease, but you won't have to wait long.

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    Sounds promising. Glad to see/hear that AviTech is listening to actual users in the field. I know everybody has a different opinion on what's important though. What works for one person may not be the desired function for another.

    But hopefully this new detector will shake up the industry. Looking forward to seeing what it has to offer.

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    Just be sure to get one before your friends do. Good targets don't grow back next season.
    Coins I have found in MY yard-

    1775 British half penny, 178x half penny, 1816 Spanish 1/2 Reale, 1849 large cent, 1858 Seated Liberty quarter, 1892 Barber quarter, 18xx Shield nickel, 1897 Liberty head V nickel, a pile of Indian cents & Wheat pennies, 1946 dime, 1963 half dollar.

    Atari Token

 

 
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