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Intertype Models

Assembling and Testing Standardized Intertypes
Assembling and Testing Standardized Intertypes

Most of the following illustrations and model descriptions were taken from "Intertype Book of Instruction" published by the Intertype Corporation in 1943, with the exception of Models A, B and C which were talen from a pamphlet entitled "Standardized and Interchangeable Intertypes" which it is believed was published in 1917.

Star Base
Model A
Model B
Model C
Side Magazines
Model C4
Model C4-4s.m.
Model F4
Model G4-4.s.m.

Star Base Intertype

Star Base Intertype Machine

Model A is a single distributor machine with one 90-channel main magazine. The machine may be equipped with one or three 34-channel side magazines (A-1 s.m. and A-3 s.m.). Rear removal of main magazine.

All single distributor A machines are convertible into corresponding single distributor models with two or three 90-channel main magazines (B and C). Similarly any of the models may have one or three side magazines.

Model B same as the Model A but with two main magazines.

Model C same as the Model A but with three main magazines.

Model F is a double distributor mixer machine with two 90-channel main magazines. The machine may be equipped with two or four 34-channel side magazines (F-2s.m. and F-4s.m.). Rear removal of main magazines.

Model G is a double distributor mixer machine with two main magazines: one wide 72-channel magazine and one 90-channel magazine. This machine may be equipped with two or four 34-channel side magazines (G-2s.m. and G-4s.m.). Rear removal of main magazines.


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