|The electronic design starts at the drawing table. Two engineers at work designing the electronic diagram (also put inside of every organ).|
Preparing parts before assembly at the factory. In the front among other things transformers were made and at the left-hand side the bass pedals. At the back a collection of electronic boards were put together on a metal frame. These metal frames were mounted like a door that could be opened to make it easy for future repairs.
|Wires were assembled on a metal frame. Because Eminent did not want internal connectors attached because of its jamming sensitivity they were directly soldered on the electronic boards.|
Testing an Eminent 2000 Grand Theatre.
|After assembly organs were tested by putting them on for a few days. A testing method to eliminate assembly errors.|
Five production teams were at work every day. An average amount of 100 organs were produced a day! They were not only were sold in Holland but also exported to Belgium, Luxembourg, Scandinavia and Canada.
Hi.How many Eminent 310 are produced ?ReplyDelete
I do not have the figures but suppose it must be thousands since they were also shipped abroad.ReplyDelete
I wonder if any made it to America?ReplyDelete
I want one. but getting one on this side of the pond would be heroic.ReplyDelete