- Another way to make a raster cliche is electromechanical.
A friend of mine has en-earthed a devise called Klischograph manufactured
by "HELL", where a photoelectric cell scans a halftone picture and
translate this to a raster. And the picture is milled in a plastic sheet.
The drilling has to be repaired...
a picture of such a devise was found in a book.
there two other brands are named: Fairchild Scan-a-Graver and: Elgrama.
Is there somewhere such a machine surviving ?
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