...pivoting to focus on innovation. Still blogging about copyright and occasionally on digitization.
And this is the future of books? I see a major industry in service calls and repairs on the horizon. Or, I may just fall asleep while waiting for my book to be created.Gary
An interesting concept, but I agree with Gary - it will sit in the corner doing nothing the first time something breaks. Blade replacement, filling the glue reservior, and paper dust are going to be problems no matter where this is run.
Xerox was in the business of printing and binding for I think decades now. I have some blank bound books from the Xerox Test Kitchens.
Xerox may have been in the business of creating replicas, but could they do it on-demand like this machine? Brewster Kahle has talked about using a machine similar to this in order to create books on-demand out of a van.
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