Re: [midatlanticretro] Dot Matrix...
> I probably have piles of paper for the damn things too, somewhere inSome tractor feed paper would be good to have to run
> the basement... assuming I haven't thrown that away last time I moved.
> Lemme know.
through display print terminals that MARCH already has.
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> > I probably have piles of paper for the damn things too, somewhere
> > the basement... assuming I haven't thrown that away last time Imoved.
> > Lemme know.----------
> Some tractor feed paper would be good to have to run
> through display print terminals that MARCH already has.
Let me rummage around and see what I can dredge up. I know I have
some very antique SUN Documentation in the basement, but not so sure
about the paper.
An update on the printers...
I DEFINTELY have:
A Panasonic KX-P1091i in the box (but the plastic has yellowed from
Sunshine exposure) -- this is what I thought was the Epson.
A Commodore MPS 802 from my C=64 Days...
My box labeled 'Imagewriter' turned out to have an APPLE IIe inside
it. However, I'm faily confident that printer still exists somewhere,
it's probably in a box labeled "NeXT"... just goes to show you that
my system of organization.... isn't.
I'll keep looking....
I have a total of five dot matrix printers:
3 Apple—Apple Dot Matrix, Imagewriter I (I like this one the best), and an Imagewriter II. I’m having problems with the Imagewriter II, printouts are lighter at the left margin, and get darker towards the middle and right. I was told the platen needed shimmed but I have no clue on how to do this.
1 IBM Proprinter, II or III (small carriage) and a IBM 2390+ they both work perfectly.
I like to use them every now and then, I like the noise the make.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of Brian Cirulnick
Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2008 1:26 AM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Dot Matrix...
I was going through my piles of gear, and if there's one thing I do not
need, it's dot matrix printers, and yet they seem to gravitate to me.
Therefore, I am offering FOR FREE to anyone who wants 'em:
A Commodore MPS 801 or 802 printer
Some old Epson printer (I can get the model name tomorrow Am)
A Apple Imagewriter from the days of the IIGS
I probably have piles of paper for the damn things too, somewhere in
the basement... assuming I haven't thrown that away last time I moved.