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New GraphTec CE-6000 24/40/60/120 Any Info on it?


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#21 VinylMill

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 09:05 PM

Well that was nice of them. I'm hoping USCutter will have some kind of incentive like they did with the CE5000. But I'm also considering an FC8000 for $3000 at Adorama.


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#22 VinylMill

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 10:07 PM

Well this is odd... Adorama no longer has the FC8000, which they probably weren't an authorized dealer anyway so there goes my hopes of the higher end model. But now USCutter doesn't have the CE6000. They either sold out or they are halting order until Graphtec officially announces the model "later this week" from what a rep told me.


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#23 Mz SKEETER

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Posted 16 January 2013 - 10:20 PM

  Graphtec CE6000 is still there on USCUTTER.com site

 

http://www.uscutter....0 Vinyl Cutter

 

 

Lady_Vi,,    got a new Graphtec CE6000 today also. 


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Posted 16 January 2013 - 10:51 PM

Hmmm went there a minute ago and it said unavailable under the price. Must have been a server glitch as it is working now.

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#25 Megaworkz Graphic Systems

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 07:17 PM

Well the problem is very few places has the ce6000. I only know of 2 places that has it. And Heat Transfer Warehouse was the only place willing to make a deal with me. I called uscutter and they flat out said they would not come down on the price even to match the price I had got from HTW.

 

Also the the ce5000 is no longer being made once supplies are gone thats it. I would think there is an incentive to deal on the ce5000's being HTW had them on the site for $1695 and said they would sell me one for $1450. I just decided $100 off the new model was a better deal for me. And the lit bigger screen on the ce6000 is pretty sweet.


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Posted 03 February 2013 - 08:06 PM

My 5 year old Laserpoint finally started giving me trouble, so I upgraded to the CE-6000/ 24" model. I also ordered a MH-721 as a backup. The Graphtec is a pretty sweet machine. No more rounded corners or unclosed cuts for this guy. The noise level is like night and day. Expecially the MH-721, which sounds like a robot having a three-way with a fax machine and a dial-up modem.

 

The catch basket from the Laserpoint fits perfectly on the Graphtec. The rods sit right on bracket for the media holder.

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It's going to take some time to get use to the different controlls and settings, but it's worth it. I have it running with SignBlazer Elements under the Copam CP-2500 driver.


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Posted 03 February 2013 - 09:04 PM

Congratulations on your purchase, nice machine.  If you haven't done so, download the Graphtec Cutting controller, and make your changes from there, right from your computer.  Speed, Force, Quality, Blade offset.  And then you will find when you start an order on your machine, your really don't have to change any settings on your machine. or at least not much. All I ever change is the speed and force from time to time. When I do an order. And I do it right from my computer.


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