I didn’t tear it down to screws and bolts because I don’t like to really break something that does something correctly and, in this case, somewhat uniquely.
It brought back some memories. This was En’s old typewriter. It had the more advanced daisy-wheel instead of the arms with letters on them. My old machine was old-school. If you screwed up you got yourself a jam.
This is all microprocessor controlled.
But it’s still old-school.
There’s something satisfying about pressing a button and making a loud bang and leave a mark on paper. (Hmmm… reminds me of shooting)
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