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tj.petersen

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First of all, thank you, who ever is behind this website, for a great forum and an informative homepage.

My question is; is it ok to use segments from this homepage for industrial purposes? The company I work for wishes to use the chapter about 4-wire Kelvin contacts on our website and before we do, we would like permission from who ever is in charge of www.allaboutcircuits.com.

As an alternative we would like to place a link to the chapter.

I hope you can “ok” my first wish.



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Dcrunkilton

Joined Jul 31, 2004
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Originally posted by tj.petersen@Sep 9 2005, 04:24 AM
First of all, thank you, who ever is behind this website, for a great forum and an informative homepage.

My question is; is it ok to use segments from this homepage for industrial purposes? The company I work for wishes to use the chapter about 4-wire Kelvin contacts on our website and before we do, we would like permission from who ever is in charge of www.allaboutcircuits.com.

As an alternative we would like to place a link to the chapter.

I hope you can “ok” my first wish.
Best regard
Thomas Petersen
R&D

Danbridge A/S

Hirsemarken 5
3520 Farum
Denamrk

P: +45 4495 5522
M: +45 2618 5488
E: t.petersen@danbridge.com
W: www.danbridge.com
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