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Conrad Hoffman:
I remember a big paperback book with every sort of graph paper. The intent was that you copied them as needed. Today I can make whatever's needed in CAD. OK, I still have quite a lot of old K&E and other graph papers.

CatalinaWOW:
I do use a computer to make graphs.  Often.  But I still use my stock of KE paper from time to time.  Most often when balancing a lap top somewhere within arms reach of my test setup is difficult. Or dangerous to the laptop.  I have demonstrated more than once that having a lap top slip off of a surface to the floor is more expensive than the same event with a clipboard mounted sheet of paper and a pencil.

SilverSolder:

--- Quote from: CatalinaWOW on March 04, 2021, 10:10:52 pm ---I do use a computer to make graphs.  Often.  But I still use my stock of KE paper from time to time.  Most often when balancing a lap top somewhere within arms reach of my test setup is difficult. Or dangerous to the laptop.  I have demonstrated more than once that having a lap top slip off of a surface to the floor is more expensive than the same event with a clipboard mounted sheet of paper and a pencil.

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I ended up with a screen permanently mounted over the bench, and a desktop computer, for that exact reason!  - the desktop computer makes a great stand for soldering irons, so doesn't even waste space!  :D

LaserSteve:
Thank you for teaching this old sod about Reactance   Paper... Darn useful for a guy who has mild dyscalculia and loves pushing trons.
Would love to have a lifetime stack of 10 pads.
Steve

jmw:
I decided to make the PDFs freely available for download, since I don't think I'll have time to commercially print these in the near future. Enjoy!

https://www.penpapernomographic.com/

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