Blurb recommends that authors let readers view a few pages of the books but I've enabled all pages to be viewed in all books, so that people can read them online for free. Keep on the good work! They print on demand and the books take a about a week to get to you. Find a source dealling in scrap computer recycling. The manual seems to indicate that only Canada has a different model in terms of power, however, as I said I'm not a qualified engineer so I can't be definitive. But just incase I'll be ready in waiting.
Hi lukeykim, I think it should be fine but I'm not an engineer so hopefully you can have someone to check. The printed manuals look very professional and I couldn't be more pleased with the product that Blurb puts out. On balance I certainly make a loss on the manuals but I enjoy doing them and over time they will help to pay the hosting fees etc, particularly as the number of titles builds up over time So, this is to explain my thoughts behind the manuals. That said, I'm very proud of the results on this manual in particular, it was hard work but well worth it and it is my favourite so far. Will become very helpfull in future for parts and service. The printout is far superior to the free manual in the members area but when you look closely you can tell that it has originated from a scan.
They take a few weeks to make because I straighten and clean every page individually and I also add any info i can find such as the sales brochures which I also edit to get the in the best possible condition. Sometimes every week and other times once a month depending on what's going on and my workload. Website and resources development will always slow down a bit during the summer due to holiday periods etc but plenty of new things are ahead, especially as we move towards autumn and winter when I'm indoors more and the kids are back at Uni. I've planned them for many years, probably ten years, and in early 2014 I thought I had better get on with it because so many Technics resources were disappearing. There is a small markup on each book that I put towards the purchase of software such as Abbyy Finereader, monthly rental of Adobe Creative Suite Photoshop, Indesign etc and the running costs of the websites. I hope you understand where I'm coming from and you get benefit from them whether you read online or buy a printed copy.
I know you'll enjoy the printed version. I printed it with success as soon as I got your e-mail, and am now making the notebook to put it in. . You're absolutely right, the websites are less than two years old. I also scan physical manuals when I get time or I send them out to a scanning service. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address. It contains circuit diagrams schemas etc.
Your site is great and I appreciate it very much! Other reviews Very nice clear manual with specifications, thanks! I'll probably get one in due course so that I can make some new Styles, even if I only keep it a short while. When I add new manuals you'll be notified in the newsletter. Usually I do this by compositing several pictures to make what I think is a nice effect. Posted on Jan 14, 2010 It is near impossible to get parts for some of the Technics things. It seems to be only available for print or preview. However, also bear in mind that the printed manuals are often not super-crisp and clean because some pages originate from very poor scans, which are all that is available. I will certainly be purchasing one asap.
Customers who bought this product also purchased Shopping Cart 0 items Log In E-Mail Address: Password: Reviews Payments Information What's New? I'm also making physical printed manuals that are provided via Blurb. I view this as a service for those of us who can't get these obsolete manuals and info anywhere else. When sent to a scanning service they carefully cut off the spine and send them through a very high resolution, accurate scanner keeps them very straight etc. It also usually contains parts catalog. Newsletters go out fairly regularly. I totally understand what you are saying about not being able to freely give away manuals that have been meticulously restored.
You can tell if you use floppies disk that have two holes at the two corners instead of a single one those will use the 1. I'll recomend this site to my friends for sure! Hi, I am a new member and would appreciate your advice. See below for delivery information The manual is available only in language s : English Link to manual will be sent on Your email address after You place order. There's no compressed download for them but I hope you're enjoying them, the vast majority of them are excellent. I did download on version of the manual from this site, however I see another that looks to be a much cleaner read. I also create the new covers for the manuals. Same as Europe I purchase in Australia and want to use in South Korea.
Product Reviews There are currently no reviews for this product. Sometimes I clean them up a bit if they are very bad scans. Finally, I would like to thank those that have put together this awesome online Technics resource. Can someone confirm this is the case please? This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 21 November, 2007. I put between two weeks and a month of my evenings into making each manual and each page goes through four programs and about ten processes such as painting out creases in the paper, renumbering, editing text and splitting out the English pages from the translations etc, so I don't want other websites to be selling them after I've put so much work into them. And hey, they look better than the originals. Can anyone confirm it is ok to do please? Most of Technics is out of this business.
You're posting in the right place and don't concern about that because we'll pick up on posts wherever they might be. There are still some service facilities around. I would really like to do that but the first one I did was being sold by another website for a lot of money within two days. . . .