CharlesV

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  1. Wow, those are great deals. I'm in Maryland. I've checked Marketplace, and Craigslist. Haven't seen deals like that though.
  2. Just saw those videos. Thanks for the info. Looks like he may have found a workaround with spacers in the spring of one of the pinch rollers.
  3. I don't see the issue mentioned much or at all on other groups so not likely they will do anything about it. Admittedly, I am not in many groups so it may just not be in the groups that I am a part of. Have you seen the complaint gaining any steam or discussed in other forums /pages?
  4. At least it can be done. Thanks for all the info! Now to search for a 6000....
  5. I'm thinking the 6000 is the way to go as well. That's a shame, the Ethernet connectivity and cut through channel seemed like nice features but not enough to make up for not tracking properly. Can the 6000 do perforation cuts like the 7000 with the cut through channel? Does it handle it differently or just not do it?
  6. This is pretty disappointing. I was just about to pull the trigger on a ce7000 but happened to stumble across this thread which has me second guessing. Other than this thread, I haven't seen much else about it though. Have you guys seen people complaining about this issue/design flaw in other places? Any comments from Graphtec about it? I'm not really a part of other cutting "communities" so I'm curious if this is really widespread or a bad batch.