Bill Beech (NJ7P)
nj7p at nj7p.org
Sun May 13 16:09:28 CDT 2007
I use a document feeder for the regular manuals. Scanning page-by-page
takes far too much time.
Barry Watzman wrote:
>Often, if you want to use a document feeder, you do have to tear the manuals
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>Subject: Re: [sebhc] H90
>Bill Beech (NJ7P) wrote:
>>I have the scanner. I have done the very large diagrams in some of the
>>army manuals I am scanning in. I do these in pieces and then I use a
>>program to merge them back together.
>>I would be glad to scan the manuals (I do them at 600 dpi) and the
>>foldouts. The draw back is I have to take the manuals apart and cut
>>them to individual pages. I usually then punch holes and put them in a
>>binder. And it takes a bit of time to clean and straighten pages.
>Heath manuals (including these H8 manuals) sent the schematics, wiring
>diagrams, and mechanical layouts as loose sheets; generally quite large.
>The PC board illustrations are in color; black for the foil on one side,
>red for the other. You won't have to take manuals apart, but would have
>to deal with large sheets, some in 2 colors. Is that a problem?
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