[Tall-Corn] rotomatic rule
craig.deichmann at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 20:45:55 UTC 2021
Do you know who the contract was with?
> On Aug 29, 2021, at 2:08 PM, Richard via Tall-Corn <tall-corn at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>> On Sun, 29 Aug 2021, Mick wrote:
>> The Rotomatic was manufactured by local machine shops under contract with the IDB to produce a certain number of units at any given time. They were never commercially produced. I would think the IDB could give any they have left to persons needing them, since they were paid for a long time ago. A person could always make a donation to the IDB in gratitude of receiving one. I also believe the NFB had some made decades ago, but have not had any for very many years. One could have a set made at any competent machine shop.
> INteresting, I've always thought a competent machinist with the right shop equipment could produce them. IN fact, a machinist/toolmaker friend is going to repair one of Jerry's extensions for him.
> Interesting thought, don't know how we explore that, but it's worth a shot. If not, maybe it's worth finding a msall machine shop that would like another product. I'd think the independence market would like to have some for sale.
> Could even be a fundraiser for an affiliate or something.
> THanks to everyone who responded.
> Richard Webb
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