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Subject: AMW oversewing machine

AMW oversewing machine

From: Paul A. Parisi <70703.2167>
Date: Friday, July 1, 1994
The information that Mr. Bradford is needs for his AMW oversewer is as
follows. AMW (Arlington Machine  Works) was a past owner of the
Oversewing Machine Company of America (OMCOA).  OMCOA is now owned by
Jack Bendror who is also the owner of Mekatronics, Inc.

    85 Channel Drive
    Port Washington, NY 11050.
    Fax: 516-883-6948,

The oversewing machine is used widely in the United States by most if
not all library binders.  It was developed in the 1920's and until the
1980's was the primary method of leaf attachment used for library bound
volumes.  The oversewing machine is still manufactured as new equipment,
as remanufactured used equipment, and replacement  parts and supplies
are readily available--all from OMCOA.

                   Conservation DistList Instance 8:6
                   Distributed: Sunday, July 10, 1994
                        Message Id: cdl-8-6-003
Received on Friday, 1 July, 1994

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