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QUESTION: Dear Prof Cleggsan

Can there be advantages of Smartphones interfacing with portable book binding machines?

Thanks
Prashant

ANSWER: I don't understand the question. I don't see a connection between smartphone and bookbinding.
Can you explain?


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QUESTION: Dear Prof Cleggsan

Thanks.

By accessing the wireless book binding machine through WiFi or Bluetooth technology, automating the book binding process by giving software commands through book binding app development.

Thanks
Prashant

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I am thinking the software is a significant development and would require a large amount of storage that would penalize the smartphone architecture.

On the other hand most bookbinding now days is done using pdf conversion software which is then used as the content into the bookbinder.  This portion of it can be done by smartphone and then transported by some means to the binder apparatus or software server.

Don't see it as big business.  Do you?  

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BSEE, MBA, Design, R&D, University Research.
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BSEE (Equiv) BYU BSEE University of North Dakota MSBA (MBA) Illinois State University Graduate Studies in Computer Science - Bradley University Graduate Studies - Ohio University Graduate Studies - University of Missouri Kansas City DeVry Tech - Electronics

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