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    KNK Force

    Good afternoon! I need vasch advice! I plan to buy a KNK Force. I've never seen this machine in the living. I am from another country and we do not have a dealer of this company. And I have a question: - A quality in this company? - These plotters are reliable? We plan to use this machine rapidly. We make envelopes. I need advice plotters owners of this company. What problems are there in these plotters. It is worth to buy this model? Or is it better to buy a plotter from another manufacturer? Thanks for the reply and tips!
  2. Sorry where? From russia diller - http://www.realgraphtec.ru
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    ce6000

  4. and i have ce6000-40 and its two blade position :-) Yours 6000 or 5000 ce ж-) look here! http://www.graphteccorp.com/imaging/ce6000/index.html
  5. You are no right :-) http://www.graphtecamerica.com/graphtec-america-products-cutting-plotters-ce6000-4060120-professional-performance All new CE6000 have perf function and TWO blade position!
  6. <blockquote class='ipsBlockquote'data-author="PointOfExp<b></b>ression" data-cid="382323" data-time="1420936791"><p> Your blade will tear up the plotters cutting strip if you do not have one.</p></blockquote> Good afternoon! Thank you very much for your reply! You are not quite right! In the 6000 series is the position of the knife to punch! In this position the blade does not touch cutting strip He gets into the groove! But when you cut thick paper it seems to me that the quality of the cut is worse than if you use Cutting mat So I want to ask for advice. When you cut the thick paper you are using Cutting mat? Thank you very much!
  7. Thank you very much! Try to ask it! Have a nice day!
  8. Thanks for the answer! Can you further explain why? Why carrier sheet?
  9. Good afternoon! I am new to your forum! Many thanks for the forum - a lot of useful information! I need your advice! I have a wonderful machine CE6000-40 I do wedding invitations! Very often it is necessary to cut thick paper - 300 grams, and more! What advise cutting this paper: - Use the cutting through function (perforation) or - Use Cutting mat I tried to cut heavy paper without Cutting mat (function perforation) - there is no ideal result. I have the feeling that the knife stuck in thick paper and paper raises. For cutting thick paper need to use Cutting mat for a perfect result? Thanks in advance for your advice!
  10. Good afternoon! Thank you very much for your reply! You are not quite right! In the 6000 series is the position of the knife to punch! In this position the blade does not touch cutting strip He gets into the groove! But when you cut thick paper it seems to me that the quality of the cut is worse than if you use Cutting mat So I want to ask for advice. When you cut the thick paper you are using Cutting mat? Thank you very much!
  11. Good afternoon! I am new to your forum! Many thanks for the forum - a lot of useful information! I need your advice! I have a wonderful machine CE6000-40 I do wedding invitations! Very often it is necessary to cut thick paper - 300 grams, and more! What advise cutting this paper: - Use the cutting through function (perforation) or - Use Cutting mat I tried to cut heavy paper without Cutting mat (function perforation) - there is no ideal result. I have the feeling that the knife stuck in thick paper and paper raises. For cutting thick paper need to use Cutting mat for a perfect result? Thanks in advance for your advice!