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Sales Literature
Load Cells

Load cells are physical transducers used to convert a force into an electrical signal, and have many industrial and scientific applications.

Sample load cells white paper

A white paper serves to educate your customers, showing them how and why a product may benefit them, whereas a data sheet or catalog shows them which product to use.

A white paper may include a theory of operation, authoritative references to external sources, technical diagrams, math, algorithms, test results, and other science- or engineering-related information.

Sample: Load Cells — Introduction and Applications — White Paper — pdf

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Figure 11: Load Cells — White Paper

Roboshop Conveyors

“Looks great! You obviously know what you’re doing. You’ve cleaned up the problems that you advised me about and I like what you did. The separation of the pictures, the slanted background, the improved text and general arrangement is much better. The size is great and it does matter!”

Sample Roboshop sales brochure Roboshop Sales Brochure — pdf

Cleaned up an original document, making it 15% of its original file size. Reformat and layout. Improved contrast and brightness in some of the images. Optical character-recognition conversion from image to text. Light editing, including improved formatting of fractions and units. See Figure 12.

Original text and images ©Roboshop, Inc.

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Figure 12: Sales Brochure — Roboshop, Inc.

Terminal Block Enclosure

Sample specification sheet Terminal Block Specification Sheet — pdf

Figure 13 shows a specification sheet for a 4-pole terminal block. (See the pdf for a high-quality image.)

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Figure 13: Specification Sheet — Terminal Block

Lamp and Resistor Order Form

Sample order form Lamp Order Form — pdf

Figure 14 shows an order form for a lamp and resistor combination. (See the pdf for a high-quality image.)

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Figure 14: Order Form — Lamp and Resistor

American Go Association

Thousands of years old, go (also known as wei-qi and baduk) is the oldest board game still played in its original form. A very small number of simple rules allow even young children to learn the game, and yet generations of study are still yielding new strategies. It was only very recently that a computer was finally able to beat the strongest human players.

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Katsushika Hokusai — From the series, Uma Zukushi.

Figure 15: Lacquer Go Board

The AGA logo and the following brochures were updated for the AGA with new editing, layout, and typesetting.

This literature is copyrighted by the American Go Association, and is used with permission.

AGA logo

The AGA logo has been converted from a high-resolution scan of the original 1982 version, which was created by hand on a drafting board using pre-fabricated lettering and ink drawings. This scan was cleaned for dust, converted to a vector line drawing, then given additional custom editing to produce an optimal result while preserving the human touch and historical feel of the original.

AGA promotional brochure AGA Promotional Brochure — pdf

Formatted as a two-sided tri-fold brochure, this document (fig. 16) serves as an introduction to the game of go.

Technical terms are in italics, the board layouts are typeset with pre-existing tools, and space is reserved for local club contact information. Full justification and carefully selected margins form an elegant tri-fold layout.

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Figure 16: Promotional Brochure — American Go Association

AGA rules brochure AGA Rules Brochure — pdf

Formatted as a single-sided letter paper printout, this brochure (fig. 17) presents the basic rules of traditional go with several example positions and associated explanations.

A fully-justified multi-column layout is used, and again space is reserved for local club contact information.

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Figure 17: Rules Brochure — American Go Association

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Problem 1-2, from Gokyo Shumyo — Hayashi Genbi

Figure 18: The Corner Challenge