sold about 1,500 digitally printed books since it bought a special printer in March. The machine, which cost about $118,000, accesses an online library of titles and then prints, trims and binds paperbacks on demand.
"Of course the fun is being able to watch their book being made," says Oscar's manager Barry Bechta, who says people congregate around the machine to watch books print." - DANA MATIOLI
PHOTO: Brett Beadle for The Wall Street Journal
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