Production of The Times (UK) 1942 - video
Started by Dave Hughes, February 11, 2013, 10:10:53 PM
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QuoteModel 13 Linotype-GermanThis was the old Ideal model arranged with two magazines instead of one, with a larger number of channels in the magazine, unit carrying only 15 characters per channelA translation of the German description appearing in the advertising folder was as follows:Multi-magazine Linotype "Ideal" with enlarged keyboard (124 key buttons) and wide magazine. The old Multi-magazine Linotype "Ideal" had been reconstructed and improved in this model. The keyboard was made wider, i.e., 34 buttons have been added, the magazine being widened and the distributor lengthened. The magazines hold from Nonpareil to middle size characters, accents, Sorts, etc., could also be used within certain limits making this machine especially useful in its new form.All Linotypes now have safety devices for protecting the fingers, a water cooling system and an improved spaceband.