Can do (unbound) book scanning - was Re: WTB: PDP-8/e handbook
toby at telegraphics.com.au
Tue Nov 29 00:48:14 CST 2016
I'm willing to scan any DEC books that are worn out and binding failing.
I have a lot of handbooks etc that I won't cut and scan because they're
still in good condition.
But if somebody has falling-apart books, I can get them guillotined and
scan them ADF. They can then be rebound - DIY or pay someone to do it. I
know at least one bookbinder is on this list :)
Located Toronto, Canada.
On 2016-11-28 10:12 PM, allison wrote:
> On 11/28/2016 09:23 PM, W2HX wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am in the market to obtain the PDP-8/e small computer handbook in the form of a real book. There is one on ABE books available which is softcover. I always worry about a 500 page book in softcover in terms of the binding and general sturdiness. Was there a hardcover version of this book and does anyone have one for sale?
>> Eugene W2HX
> The soft cover was common. In 40 years I've never seen a hard cover
> version even inside DEC.
> Mine is old, its shows wear but its still useful. I expect in time it
> will start to fall apart but
> like many of the others from DEC I've made repairs that kept those
> intact if not pretty.
> There are two issues, the binding glue drying and cracking, the other is
> high acid paper.
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