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Duplicator - Multilith Model 750, Circa 1954 Reg. No: ST 028919
- Multilith duplicator model 750, with handbook.
Miultilith is a printing process that requires either chemically fixing copy on a metal sheet or preparing a paperlike master copy by typing, printing, or drawing
The machine is used primarily by small businesses. The Multilith operates on the same principle as lithography, but through the use of paper placed on a cylinder and run off.
Lithography is a printing process in which the image to be printed is rendered on a flat surface, as on sheet zinc or aluminum, and treated to retain ink while the nonimage areas are treated to repel ink.
The following accessories accompany the machine:
Plastic bag of covers for rollers, containing a roll of fabric material with adhesive backing
Cardborad box containing spare blanket, instructions for care of blanket and a cylinder (wood core surrounded by felt and paper) with an unidentified use
Plunger can for cleaning blanket (a cylindrical pumping device)
Bottle with pipe attachment
- Acquisition Information:
- Transfer from State Library of Victoria (SLV), 1974
|Tagged with:||copiers, duplicators, office equipment, printing|
|Themes this item is part of:||Early Desktop Publishing - A Brief History of Copying & Duplication, Information & Communication Collection|
|Inscriptions:||Serial no. 668089.
On side of machine: Multilith Duplicator/TRADE MARK REG. U.S. PAT. OFF/Distributors for Australia/STOTT & HOARE PTY. LTD. MELBOURNE/Model 750/Multilith Duplicators
|Manufacturer:||Multilith Duplicators, United States of America, 1954|
|Distributor:||Stott & Hoare Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1954|
|References:||http://www.officemuseum.com/copy_machines.htm - accessed 12 November 2008|
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