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Daisy Chaining Printers of Different Technological Eras to Print a Book

In the art installation called Just in Time, or A Short History of Production, French artist Xavier Antin printed a book using a chain of four desktop printers of varying technologies from 1880 to 1976, using the output of one as input of another: http://www.xavierantin.fr/archive/Just-In-Time/ - via The Ministry of Type


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posers.

No dot matrix or daisywheel or line printer? The top two are more duplicators (aka copiers) than they are printers.

I think the bad registration is part of the "art" of the piece.
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