Steno PadField Notes
Sometimes you need a bigger notebook, one that?ÇÖll lie flat on your desk, ready for to-do lists and phone messages. Sometimes you need The Steno.
The Steno is 6" by 9" with a black ?ǣDouble-O Wiring?ǥ spiral at the top so it lies flat, open or closed. Inside you?ÇÖll find 80 pages of 70# ?ǣBright White?ǥ paper Gregg-Ruled with a fine, soy-based application of ?ǣDouble Knee Duck Canvas?ǥ light brown ink. The covers are 60 pt. ?ǣSuper Duty Chipboard,?ǥ with a screen-printed 1-color application of ?ǣDictation Smudge?ǥ black ink.
The inside covers provide a range of useful information, from the history of stenography and an abbreviations guide, to temperature conversions, planetary distances from the sun, a hobo symbol quick reference guide and more. Frankly, we wonder how we ever got by without one open on our desks at all times.
- Proudly printed by the good people of Schneider Graphics, Inc., Bensenville, Ill.
- Covers: Newark Paperboard Mills 60 pt. "Super Duty Chipboard," with a thick, brute force, 1-color application of "Dictation Smudge" black ink.
- Innards: Finch Paper Opaque Smooth 70# text "Bright White," with a fine, soy-based, 1-color application of "Double Knee Duck Canvas" light brown ink.
- Covers printed on an Advance Process Supply Cameo 34" ?ù 50" flat bed screen press.
- Innards printed on a 20" ?ù 29" Heidelberg Speedmaster 74 with perfector.
- Line spacing: approx ?à £" (8.5mm)
- Bound with bombproof black metal Renz "Double-O" Ring Wire, with appreciation to U.S. Patent #2142816, filed in 1935 by W. Walter Grumbacher.
- Bottom corners precisely rounded to ?à £" (9.5mm) with a Challenge two-head round corner machine.
- Steno book dimensions are 6" ?ù 9" (15cm ?ù 23cm).
- FIELD NOTES uses only the Futura typeface family (Paul Renner, 1927) in its materials.
- All FIELD NOTES memo books are printed and manufactured in the U.S.A.