3D Printing & Imaging Computers & Mobile

NYC Resistor’s Chris Fenton (who built this tenth-scale Cray-1) is building an electromechanical computer using 3D-printed parts (it doesn’t work yet) and this punchcard reader (which does) will be part of it. Way cool!

14 thoughts on “3D Printed Electromechanical Computer

  1. For those of us who used to use Hollerith cards back in the day. I salute you!
    This looks like really interesting implementation of a Turing machine, especially if you can also punch the cards.

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