If you can find on a Teletype ASR33 is the perfect example of a
reader/punch and a hard copy terminal all at the same time.
If you find 2, please let me know :)
On 2/21/2022 3:26 PM, Guy Fedorkow via cctalk wrote:
[apologies if this is a dup, but I didn't see it
coming back in any of
the cctalk digests]
? I've been working on a low-budget project to help to introduce
students to history of computing through material we have from MIT's
1950's Whirlwind project.? The activity would have more of a hands-on
feel if we could use actual paper tape.
? A simple reader is easy enough, but a punch is a bit harder.? We
don't need anything "authentic", or fast, or high performance, just
something fairly reliable.
?? If anyone can suggest where to find such a machine, could you let
me know?? Fanuc PPR, GNT 4601/4604, and the DSI NC-2400 have been
cited as possible candidates, but I don't see anything that looks like
a good match on ebay.