Center for Technology & Innovation, Inc., 321 Water Street, Binghamton, NY 13901,
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The TechWorks! Prototype Workshop is open Tuesdays noon - 4pm and for public events,
see Event schedule.
To make an appointment for a special tour or private party,
please call 607-723-8600 or email RSVP@ctandi.org
Opens Tuesdays noon - 4PM & by appointment.
Precisely two years ago this evening at a candlelight service in Endicott, two wise men in the East - Don Manning and Jack Westermann gathered to recommend to a third wise man in the West - Robert Garner - that an IBM 1403-N1 printer would be a strategic addition to the IBM 1440 system being refurbished at the Center for Technology & Innovation in Binghamton, NY. Revitalization of the Center's IBM 1403-N1 and development of modern electronics to drive the printer proceed apace. Details in the attached summary report (1 page), images (2 page), Overview power point (8 pages), and Watson School appendix (5 pages).
Our talented, all volunteer team is poised to finish the job this spring - what is missing is funding for Printer Controller electronic components. You can help ensure the 1403-N1 prints in May 2015 by sponsoring one or more of the 132 Print Hammers in recognition of a colleague, a friend,a family member or yourself - $50/print hammer. For example, Bill Clark has sponsored Print Position # 2 in honor of Dept R 51, the team that built the last type for the 1403 printers. Please consider a 100% tax-deductible, IBM-matched donation on line at
or mail a check to CT&I, address below, and be sure to indicate your choice of print position and associated name.
All the best for 2015,
Center for Technology & Innovation
321 Water Street, Binghamton, NY 13901
The Center's IBM equipment is in new "digs" at the TechWorks! Prototype Workshop
- the Vintage IBM Computing Center.
Mid 20th c. IBM equipment from around the world has been assembled on a raised floor salvaged from IBM Plant # 1 in Endicott (donated by Huron Real Estate) at the TechWorks! Prototype Workshop.
March 8 - 2 pm
Music from the Future - Technology of Music
TechWorks! Interns Chenoa Hailey (Syracuse U, 2018), Joy Catherine Yan (BU, 2014), Katrin Baxter (Binghamton HS, 2015) with Scribbler Robots developed with National Science Foundation and Microsoft Research Foundation funding by Bryn Mawr College and Georgia Tech as coding training tools.