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- From: "Barry H. Welliver" <barrywelliver2(--nospam--at)earthlink.net>
- Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 08:42:38 -0600
We’ve had an HP500 in our Utah office for about two years now and nary a problem. The only instance of a hiccup was a mysterious error code that appeared once the machine was out of warranty and mimicked a $1500 repair (replacement of an electronic board or something). Luckily it corrected on a reboot and all is well. My only suspicions were the sales advice to purchase a maintenance agreement “to prevent this very problem”.
I don’t know much about speed comparisons, but my only advice is to use the “slow plotter” shrug to beg off anxious clients.
If you need to see a hands-on, come on down to Draper.
Barry H. Welliver
We are thinking about replacing our current plotter. Does any have comments they would like to share about either of these two models: HP 500 (42") or the Encad Cadjet T-200? I have always used HP plotters, but the Encad appears to be faster. Any comments would be helpful.
Jake Watson, P.E.
Salt Lake City, UT
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