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IBM 1130/1800 Plotter Subroutines
includes an IBM 1627 Plotter, Model 1 or 2.
Systems Reference Library
IBM 1443 Printer A26-5730. IBM 1621 Paper Tape Unit A26-5836. IBM 1622 Card Read-Punch A26-5835.
Algorithm for computer control of a digital plotter
sufficient for an IBM 1401 program (used to control an IBM 1627). The average computation time between successive incrementations was approximately 1.
High Resolution Dot Matrix Status Report
In 1965, the IBM 1627 was capable of resolving lines up to 1/100th of an inch and by 1973 the Calcomp 563 had doubled this to 1/200th of an inch.
Computerized Solution for Calculating Calcite Compression and

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IBM 1627 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The IBM 1627 was a rebranded Calcomp plotter sold by IBM for use with the IBM 1620, and, later, the IBM 1130 computers.
IBM 1627 Plotter
The IBM 1627 Plotter (Figure 56) provides an exceptionally versatile, reliable, and easy-to operate plotting system for the 1130 system. Other I/O - about the IBM 1130 Computing System
The IBM 1130 was aimed at technical and scientific users.
IBM Archives: Technical Press Release
IBM 1130
The IBM 1627 plotter, ... One model of the 1627 provides an 11-inch wide plotting surface. It plots 300 points a second in increments of 1/100th of an inch.

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