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New microprocessor labelling system

New microprocessor labelling system Technology nology. This may range from a complete package for first time users, including Avery Label Systems Limited customer training, project are marketing a new fully evaluation, technical support automatic 6000 MMF front etc. to specific projects for and back labeller — a modular, existing users requiring say main frame system allowing specialised design or pro­ precise customer specifi­ gramming support. cations to be met within each Enquiry 67. selected production line. Benefits include simple dial adjustment for label position­ ing and a sensing system for ensuring that all labels are UK systems house correctly placed regardless of offer computer system container tolerances. Enquir y 65 . AGA-Computer Management Limited, the London-based system house, are specialists drawings, and a printing Applie d Research of ARC breaks the in designing business systems terminal. Cambridge offers comprehen­ for first time users. price barrier for a Organisation s already sive manuals and full training The AGA-171 micro­ truly comprehensive possessing their own com­ on the use of GDS. computer systems provide pute r installation can computerised drafting management with computer Enquiry 66. purchase the GDS systems power at their fingertips at system software for a much lower prices most businesses can cost. This very powerful afford. system then becomes Applied Research of The AGA-171/64 is a economically viable for Cambridge Limited, a British Independent highly reliable, most versatile organisations with small company set up to exploit computer system with a Microprocessor design or draughting offices. the use of computer tech­ satellite model, the AGA- Applications niques in building and design, GDS is particularly suited 171/1R. There are two has announced GDS — to the draughting needs of a Consultancy Set Up versions of each model. The General Drafting System - number of major industries first operates in both word a low cost, fully interactive includin g mechanical and data processing modes The Jermyn Group is launch­ computer-based drafting engineering, architecture and ing a microprocessor and the second in data pro­ building, construction engin­ system. cessing mode only. Computer application s consultancy eering and utility mapping GDS provides greater service aimed at becoming systems can be configured to and cartography. accuracy in the rapid and mee t the needs of any a major force in the growing accurate creation of drawings, Price of the standard GDS business requirements. microprocessor consultancy the fast repetition of standard system to run on a mini­ industry within one year. For secondary mass data details and through its power­ computer is from £16,000 to Known as Jermyn Micro- storage diskettes or discs are ful editing facilities, the £25,000. tec, the new consultancy will used. A choice of wide range instant capability to amend ARC also offers six stand­ operate quite independently of printers, plotters and data- existing drawings. GDS also alone turnkey systems based of the rest of the £30 million entry devices can be lined to permits the high speed pro­ on powerful Prime computers. Jermyn Group to provide a any of the three models. duction of drawings to any Prices range from under fully professional and Data interchange via scale required. £70,000 for a basic system impartia l microprocessor communication facilities is including a Prime 250 com­ The new system can carry application s service to made possible. Data can be puter with 32 megabytes of out every activity that a industry. transmitted from computer disc capacity, a printing designer or draughtsman can The new company starts to computer at different terminal, one graphics work­ do, except think. GDS life with a very widely speeds. station, and a low speed represents a major price experienced team of con­ There is a wealth of soft­ plotter to just over £170,000 breakthrough in automated sultants headed by Chris ware which enables AGA for a larger Prime 450 based drafting systems. A drawing Nabavi, well known for his consultants to develop turn­ system with five graphics office with approximately microprocessor pioneering key systems for any business workstations, printing ter­ 20 designers or draughtsmen work with both the ERA and operation. minals, and a high speed can afford to buy a GDS ITT. plotter. For any size of stand-alone system which The main aim of Jermyn system there is a wide range includes a powerful com­ Microtec is to offer whatever of options offered to meet puter, one or more graphics level of service the customer an organisation's particular workstations, a plotter to requires for him to benefit requirements. mechanically produce the from microprocessor tech­ Enquir y 68 . MAY 1980 11 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Management Emerald Publishing

New microprocessor labelling system

Industrial Management , Volume 80 (5): 1 – May 1, 1980

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Abstract

Technology nology. This may range from a complete package for first time users, including Avery Label Systems Limited customer training, project are marketing a new fully evaluation, technical support automatic 6000 MMF front etc. to specific projects for and back labeller — a modular, existing users requiring say main frame system allowing specialised design or pro­ precise customer specifi­ gramming support. cations to be met within each Enquiry 67. selected production line. Benefits include simple dial adjustment for label position­ ing and a sensing system for ensuring that all labels are UK systems house correctly placed regardless of offer computer system container tolerances. Enquir y 65 . AGA-Computer Management Limited, the London-based system house, are specialists drawings, and a printing Applie d Research of ARC breaks the in designing business systems terminal. Cambridge offers comprehen­ for first time users. price barrier for a Organisation s already sive manuals and full training The AGA-171 micro­ truly comprehensive possessing their own com­ on the use of GDS. computer systems provide pute r installation can computerised drafting management with computer Enquiry 66. purchase the GDS systems power at their fingertips at system software for a much lower prices most businesses can cost. This very powerful afford. system then becomes Applied Research of The AGA-171/64 is a economically viable for Cambridge Limited, a British Independent highly reliable, most versatile organisations with small company set up to exploit computer system with a Microprocessor design or draughting offices. the use of computer tech­ satellite model, the AGA- Applications niques in building and design, GDS is particularly suited 171/1R. There are two has announced GDS — to the draughting needs of a Consultancy Set Up versions of each model. The General Drafting System - number of major industries first operates in both word a low cost, fully interactive includin g mechanical and data processing modes The Jermyn Group is launch­ computer-based drafting engineering, architecture and ing a microprocessor and the second in data pro­ building, construction engin­ system. cessing mode only. Computer application s consultancy eering and utility mapping GDS provides greater service aimed at becoming systems can be configured to and cartography. accuracy in the rapid and mee t the needs of any a major force in the growing accurate creation of drawings, Price of the standard GDS business requirements. microprocessor consultancy the fast repetition of standard system to run on a mini­ industry within one year. For secondary mass data details and through its power­ computer is from £16,000 to Known as Jermyn Micro- storage diskettes or discs are ful editing facilities, the £25,000. tec, the new consultancy will used. A choice of wide range instant capability to amend ARC also offers six stand­ operate quite independently of printers, plotters and data- existing drawings. GDS also alone turnkey systems based of the rest of the £30 million entry devices can be lined to permits the high speed pro­ on powerful Prime computers. Jermyn Group to provide a any of the three models. duction of drawings to any Prices range from under fully professional and Data interchange via scale required. £70,000 for a basic system impartia l microprocessor communication facilities is including a Prime 250 com­ The new system can carry application s service to made possible. Data can be puter with 32 megabytes of out every activity that a industry. transmitted from computer disc capacity, a printing designer or draughtsman can The new company starts to computer at different terminal, one graphics work­ do, except think. GDS life with a very widely speeds. station, and a low speed represents a major price experienced team of con­ There is a wealth of soft­ plotter to just over £170,000 breakthrough in automated sultants headed by Chris ware which enables AGA for a larger Prime 450 based drafting systems. A drawing Nabavi, well known for his consultants to develop turn­ system with five graphics office with approximately microprocessor pioneering key systems for any business workstations, printing ter­ 20 designers or draughtsmen work with both the ERA and operation. minals, and a high speed can afford to buy a GDS ITT. plotter. For any size of stand-alone system which The main aim of Jermyn system there is a wide range includes a powerful com­ Microtec is to offer whatever of options offered to meet puter, one or more graphics level of service the customer an organisation's particular workstations, a plotter to requires for him to benefit requirements. mechanically produce the from microprocessor tech­ Enquir y 68 . MAY 1980 11

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Industrial ManagementEmerald Publishing

Published: May 1, 1980

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