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The Ludlow Swiftape

Started by Dave Hughes, November 28, 2012, 09:06:10 PM

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Dave Hughes

Whilst trying to find a logo for the Ludlow Typograph I came across this interesting brochure for the Ludlow Swiftape, described as a

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punched tape system for Teletypesetter-compatible control of Linotype or Intertype linecasting machines.



http://archive.org/stream/LudlowSwiftapePracticalAnswer/ludlow-swiftape-practical-answer


I would imagine it was an ill-fated attempt to get the Ludlow Typograph Compamy into the "computer age" though I may be wrong. Anyone seen or used one?

Incidentally, does anyone know if the Ludlow had a logo as such. The nearest I've seen is the word Ludlow, set in Umbra.
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