ebay - cardamatic

From: David H. Barr <dhbarr_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon Feb 14 11:48:11 2005

Or, to prevent horrible horrible accidents... make a photocopy, THEN
proceed with the duplication. I'm sorry, but Drill Press and Original
Components make me shiver when put together in the same sentence.


On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 12:38:21 -0500, chris <cb_at_mythtech.net> wrote:
> >Nope. Plastic card (credit card thickness, or less) with
> >pencil-sized holes in it. The "reader" is a matrix of electrical
> >contacts. You shove the card in it, it insulates the non-punched
> >contacts. Simple!
> >
> >Alas, hard to reproduce the cards automatically. Easy with a hand
> >punch though.
> What about with a drill press?
> You could bundle the card on top of a stack of cardboard cards (or
> plastic, or whatever you are reproducing onto). Clamp them all together,
> and then use a drill press to line up exactly on top of the original card
> hole, and drill down thru the stack of reproduction cards.
> Just an idea.
> -chris
> <http://www.mythtech.net>
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