Facit printer late 70's early 80's and early microprocessor uses

Paxton Hoag innfoclassics at gmail.com
Fri Apr 27 11:28:59 CDT 2007


The AM (Addressograph Multigraph) 100 typesetter used a 4004. It was
the first of the AM typesetters

On 4/27/07, Dave Caroline <dave.thearchivist at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am thinking of compiling a list of objects or instruments or
> whatever from the early days that included a microprocessor, eg
> An arcade biorythm machine I had for a while it had an Intel 4004 in it
> A Facit printer we used at work it had 4 intel 4040 in it (I cant
> remember the model number)
> I have a card from an HP item that has an 8008 on it
> An HP 3562A has 68K and a 2900 bitslice (I have a working one)
> A R&S RF test set with a 4004 (I kept the CPU board)


The AM (Addressograph Multigraph) 100 typesetter used a 4004. It was
the first of the AM typesetters.

The HP series of 26XX terminals used an 8008 I seem to remember.

-- 
Paxton Hoag
Astoria, OR
USA



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