The assumption behind modern electronics is
that smaller is better. So I have set about completely re-thinking and
re-building the electronic calculator using old-fashioned heavyweight
switches, cranks, and levers mounted in antique chassis.
turn out only a few Aaron Adding Machines a year. Every Aaron Adding
Machine works perfectly and each is unique. I strive to have my pieces
look like they are functional, utilitarian, mass-produced devices
plucked from some imaginary office of another era. Perhaps the
19th century, perhaps a time that never existed.