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United States Patent 0 Des. 197,608 Patented Mar. 3, 1964 TRAINING DIGITAL COMPUTER William H. Seaver, Natick, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Scientific Educational Products Corporation, New York, N.Y., a corporation of New York Filed Nov. 24, 1961, Ser. No. 67,673
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. D26-5) The single figure is a perspective view of the training digital computer showing my new design.
The left side of the apparatus is the same as the right side shown, and the back is fiat and unornamented.
The characteristic features of my design reside in the sloping top panel having a pattern of raised and flush longitudinal and transverse lines which divide the panel into zones, the zones at one side of a transverse dividing line having a repetitive symmetrical arrangement and the zones at the opposite side having an asymmetrical arrangement, the zones of the symmetrical arrangement including regular rows of switches, indicator lamps, and relays, and the zones of the asymmetrical arrangement including a matrix zone, an input-output dial zone, and a power switch zone, in combination with side walls to define the casing, all as shown.
The ornamental design for a training digital computer, substantially as shown and described.
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