Re: [midatlanticretro] SS-50 workshop? OSI and SWTPc?
>> the /20, which currently sits atop the rack itself.) Then we can put a terminal on top and it would be a complete demo. Herb previously opened / cleaned / documented the system, but didn't do any operational evaluation.PS - this is the one that was used at the former National Bureau of Standards for some OCR work. Herb has details on his web site. I think Jeff J. knows about it too.