Faulty Apple Lisa 2/10 Drive - No longer an issue
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Thu Mar 24 17:36:16 CDT 2011
> Tony Duell wrote:
> > It's become something of a tradition at HPCC
> > for me to drag along a slightly off-topic machine (desktop, not handheld,
> > but sitll an HP devive) once a year, demonstrate it, adn take it to bits.
> > You have doubtless seen the photos..
> Can you drag along one of HP's more modern printers and take it to bits
> with an enormous hammer? I think I'd like to see photos of that :-)
I forgot to mention that another part of the tradition (which so far has
never been broken) is that I put it all back togeterh again and have it
working at the end of the meeting :-)
The only printer I've eer done was the 7245 printer/plotter. And that is
sufficiently interesting and well made that I didn't want to use a hamemr
on it. I may well do things like the 9866 and 2631 sometime, again, those
are interesting and well made, so I'd use a screwdriver, not a hammer, to
take them apart.
I can fully understnad wanting to take a hammer to many modern HP
products, alas :-( You're welcome to join HPCC and do this, provided you
don't spread toner or ink around the room.
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