[Libs-Or] Binder minder copier attachment
jtapper at wschiro.edu
Tue Sep 8 15:36:13 PDT 2009
We have used the Binder Minder attachment on a Konica for the last few
years. It is OK but I certainly would not rave about it. While it does
help prevent breaking the backs of journals and monographs it does not
allow for a completely flat copy. We have also had to have the optics
adjusted periodically because the Binder Minder sits higher than the
usual glass surface. We have a comprehensive service contract and the
copy company has really competent service people, so we have not been
inconvenienced; but that could be a variable.
Janet Tapper, MLS
Director of Learning Resources | Western States Chiropractic College
W. A. Budden Library | 2900 NE 132nd Avenue | Portland OR 97230
503.251.5757 | fax 503.251.5759 |jtapper at wschiro.edu
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Subject: [Libs-Or] Binder minder copier attachment
Hello. The StreamNet Library is currently in negotiations for a copy
machine. We're looking at a couple of models with various features. Our
vendor has suggested that we look at the Binder Minder attachment for
copy machines rather than going with a pre-built book copier.
If you have any experience with the Binder Minder attachment, would you
be willing to share your experiences, good or bad?
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