Probably not. We have no spooling machine in working condition. The one we have is unfortunately relatively new (built in 2003) which means it is obsolete by today because it is (or better was) controled by Siemens Electronics. Todays machines never last longer than 5-8 years unless you own a shelve of old Siemens S4..S7 parts, an old laptop with the old respective Siemens software on (in working condition, which Siemens does not let you have for no longer "supported" systems), the old Siemens programing cable and ofcourse you must posess the old original actual programm (which software programmers never let you have even if they work for you they try to keep this from you to make themselves inalienable).Any bulk 35mm 100' rolls?
Sheīs beautifull but modern junk as we donīt have the last missing thing: the actual program.
One day, when all other problems are solved, the sun shines down on Bad Saarow and we are bored and out of Beer, we might push her out in the courtyard and start rewiring her to a more simple AVR controler :-)