Scanner/ Stencil Maker - Rex, Rotary Model 2200, 1960s Object Reg. No: ST 039398

Rex Rotary Model 2200 Scanner/ Stencil Maker, used for scanning drawings and graphics and making wax stencils for duplicator machines.
Consists of a mains powered office unit, in which an original drawing is strapped to a cylinder, "read" by a stylus and an upper stylus reproduces the original on a stencil.
Used at Castelemaine Technical School in the 1960s.
Scanning /reproducing mechanism motor driven.
Home-made stylus operating time disc is built into lid of wooden box containing the scanner/stencil maker.
In brown wooden rectangular box
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Alan Finch
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 270 mm (Height), 1010 mm (Width)
Dimension Comment: Dimensions of box.

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Tagged with: printing, office equipment, copiers, duplicators, stencil makers
Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMMUNICATIONS
Secondary Classification: Printing
Tertiary Classification: copiers
Inscriptions: Front: Remington Rand/Rex Rotary 2200
Serial number b 3300 2997
Manufacturer: Rex Rotary, 1960-1969

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