Re: Synch cables for Small Jk Printer

From: ben d (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Mar 13 2006 - 22:50:39 PST

Saved this email for future reference. I'm a friend of Amanda's and working
on a bunch of projects, including Project8 (a super8 festival a group of us
are doing for the spring). Was wondering if the JK you're speaking of has a
super8 gate and if it could be accessed by non-UBC people? We've been
wanting to get a super8 gate on the oxberry at cineworks but it's out of our
budget so searching for other options. Also i'm doing a super8 focused
screening of film works at cineworks for the 8th of April if you have old
work or would like to contribute new work let me know (we are accepting
super8 gone to video but are hoping for works finished on film). Hope all is
well, thanks.
ben donoghue

>From: heather trawick <email suppressed>
>Reply-To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
>To: email suppressed
>Subject: Synch cables for Small Jk Printer
>Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 22:20:13 +0000
>I'm looking for a synch cable for a small JK Printer. I'm not positive of
>the model but I think it's a K106? Maybe i'm wrong. It does not have a
>computer interface, and run off a bloex animation motor. If anyone knows,
>or has any idea about the cable, (is it universal, or specific to the
>model) Please let me know. Also If anyone has a spare, i'd be very
>interested. It's a printer that's hardly used at the University of British
>Columbia, and i'm trying my best to keep it alive, and working, and to
>possibly pique some students interest in analog film!
>Heather Trawick
>email suppressed
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