I need a keypunch (briefly)
chip at aresti.com
Sat Aug 17 23:41:15 CDT 2019
Thanks, one and all, for the pointers to working keypunches.
Ultimately, the closest one was in Chattanooga and I now have
everything I need to fabricate the award.
I also used the kloth.com app because I realized that if I punched the
cards without the printed interpretation, it wouldn't be obvious if I
had made a mistake. So I "punched" them on the app and printed them
out to use for verification.
I am very grateful for all of you folks who keep such technological
relics in working condition, and for all of the museums that make them
available to the public. I plan to visit the CMA the next time I'm in
the Atlanta area.
On 8/8/2019 1:56 PM, cctalk via cctalk wrote:
> The Computer Museum of America in Roswell GA (400 miles) has 2 working 029s. Don’t know the condition of the ribbons. Contact Lonnie Simms via info at computermuseumofamerica.org. Tell him his CA IBM benefactor sent you. I hope you have black cards. If not, let me know.
> Otherwise you could try http://www.kloth.net/services/cardpunch.php and print the JPEG on heavy stock.
> Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2019 18:10:32 -0400
> From: Chip Davis <chip at aresti.com>
> I was referred to this group by dave.g4ugm at gmail.com who thought you
> might be able to help me.
> I need to punch a half-dozen datacards for an award for a retired
> IBMer. Anyone know where I can find a working 026/029/129 within 300
> miles of Raleigh, NC?
> Many thanks for any pointers.
> Chip Davis
> chip at aresti.com
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