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Overview of the Espresso Book Machine by On Demand Books.

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Emil says:

Can this machine print a 5.5. x 8.5 inch book of 320 pages?

Emil says:

So an author allows his book into this machine. How does he get his royalties when they are sold?

Peter Adams says:

Evidently no longer being made by Xerox? Too few of them in California. Great idea. Hope that it is revived.

Mark Pettigrew says:

They had one of these at Village Books in the Fairhaven neighborhood of Bellingham, WA — until the machine broke down. They apparently decided that it would be unwise to replace the machine. The fact that one couldn't print color photos inside might have had something to do with that. They went with another company for similar on-demand books which DID have that option of color photos. The Espresso DID allow one to print full color covers, and that might have been find for some projects.

Oh Hi I'm Sam says:

But does it make coffee?

Radin Cerny says:

Nice. But why, when we can use e-ink reader?

Mubasher Riaz says:

does the books have to be on demand? what about books i want to publish on my own?

Crustacean says:

Imagine being able to go to your local barnes & noble with a pirated copy of a book and have it printed for a couple cents a page. I'd publish my entire digital library if that were true. I'm sure they would check for this kind of thing, but they did say "any pdf".

Harreh Pottah says:

this is the future!

Kevin Ye says:

The video tell us how to product a book,but it only product one by one,CM color printing company has his own publish factory,we could printing a large number of books by once.You must be shock when you see our factor.

Steven Mildred says:

I so want this!

hobbified says:

How's it feel to be doubly wrong?

Steve Haukdahl says:

Thanks RustyTube!!

RustyTube says:

They are meant for bookstores, so they can sell various books without having to carry them physically in the store. If you are asking about publishing your own books with on-demand technology, look into CreateSpace (dot com), owned by Amazon, and LightningSource (dot com), owned by Ingram. They use similar technology but with much better (and more expensive) printers. All you do is upload the PDF of your book, they do the rest.

XBlueWingsX says:

Thanks Tumblr!

Bryanna Michelle Akins says:

so do I, but it costs an arm and leg!!! X-(

Selene López Ruiz says:

en cuál librería?

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