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Erik Sine

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Well, yes I'm behind in the times.  Finally picked up a new Graphtec CE7000-130 via Montroy Supply.  

 

In the 90's I bought a 24" Roland, then in the early 2000's I had to pick up a quick 24" Panther from Sign Warehouse.  With extra money and time on my hands I finally decided to get a MUCH wider Vinyl/Plotter....a Graphtec.

 

That that I do a whole lot of this type of work much anymore, but nice to actually have and much wider than a 24" that I've had to tile work for almost 30 years.....so sad...

 

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You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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56 minutes ago, paul321 said:


No Retirement in sight for you now.   Best wishes with your new adventures 

 

 

Unfortunately, I hear not many actually retire from this industry.  

 

I hear retirement is only made possible by electrocution, taking a spill, or some misc means of passing away on the job/shop.  No golf course or convertible corvette time ending for me. 

You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life. - Winston Churchill

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I recently bought a graphtec plotter as well though I bought the CE 6000-120.    My first plotter was a Gerber 4B, which was delivered by Fred Flintstone, which I eventually hooked up to a computer.   It was so nice to be able to have more than six fonts! 

 

And retirement?   What's that?  I'm sixty and figure I have about another 35-40 years before I can afford to think about retirement.

 

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