I need a keypunch (briefly)
chip at aresti.com
Sun Aug 18 12:03:25 CDT 2019
The 029 I used is in the private collection of a mainframe service
company, Will. They are not open to the public and I know of no
computer museum in the area.
However, if you ever get up to the Baltimore area, there is a very
extensive computer museum https://museum.syssrc.com that is curated by
another member of this list. It even includes a working Linotype
typesetter; the dripping hot lead did a number on the lobby carpet.
(OK, it did a couple of letters on it too.) ;-)
On 8/18/2019 1:55 AM, wrcooke at wrcooke.net wrote:
>> On August 17, 2019 at 11:41 PM Chip Davis via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>> 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.
> Hi Chip,
> I'm wondering if you could tell us where in Chattanooga you found one? I'm originally from that area and go there a couple times a year to see family. If there is a museum or other public place with old computers I would like to visit sometime.
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