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Interesting Web Sites
- About the IBM 026,
a close functional and mechanical predicessor of the IBM 029.
One can think of the 029 as a transistorized 026.
Following info current in 2007:
15909 Pine Street
Santa Fe, Texas 77517-2633
phone: H: 409 925 8404 - C: 832 367 1295
web site: http://web.wt.net/~key129/
I think letting people use a keypunch & sorter is a great idea, however
untrained operators may cause you to get a lot of card jams & damage your
machines. I do maintenance on IBM keypunches, sorters etc. so keep me in mind
if you need maintenance, leasing, parts & ribbons.
Source of Punch cards
Stan Paddock wrote: (May 2013)
California Tab Card Company
9905 Painter Ave., Suite L & M
Whittier, CA 90605
The price tag is $20.00 per 1000 cards.
Web site is http://www.californiatabcard.com/
+1 562 777 2404Telephone:
+1 562 777 2405FAX:
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Updated May 26, 2013