TeX Users Group Conference 2016 … in Pictures!
In July, we were very pleased to host an international delegation of visitors from the TeX Users Group (TUG). They were visiting Toronto for their annual conference and decided to take the trip out to the countryside to visit our charming shop in Erin, Ontario to learn all about how we make our books. Attendees got a glimpse of all of the machines and were even able to do a bit of shopping afterward…
The TUG group were greeted by Tim Inkster and PQL friend Steve Izma. Photo by Norbert Preining.
Attendees were able to chat and check out some of our recent publications. Photo by Pavneet Arora.
Elke demonstrated the sewing machine. Photo by Pavneet Arora.
A tidy row of gathered signatures. Photo by Norbert Preining.
Tim demonstrates the Heidelberg press. Photo by Pavneet Arora.
The impressive (if noisy) folding machine. Photo by Norbert Preining.
Tim demonstrates the polar cutter on a stack of Wayne Clifford’s The Exile’s Papers Part Four. Photo by Pavneet Arora.
No trip to the shop would be complete without a visit to the millpond. Photo by Norbert Preining.
Many thanks to Pavneet Arora and Norbert Preining for allowing us to use their pictures. You can view more photos of the excursion on our Pinterest page.
Bonus: Norbert Preining has a lovely write-up of the visit on his blog. Check it out here.
What a wonderful day. We are so glad to have been able to host so many wonderful individuals! And thanks for checking out this very cool event we were able to host at the shop.