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eclipse plotters?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Plotters' started by mattGMC, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. mattGMC

    mattGMC New Member

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    i have heard that these are a best bang for your buck, are they decent? and how much is their 24"?
     
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  2. Pro Signs & Graphix

    Pro Signs & Graphix Very Active Member

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    What is an Eclipse plotter? Who sells them?

    Sorry but I have never heard of that name.
     
  3. wes70

    wes70 Very Active Member

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    I purchased an Eclipse plotter about 3 months ago. I purchased mine from ND Graphics. They have outlets in most major cities across Canada. The Eclipse is a rebadged Summa. They are a great plotter as anyone who owns a Summa or Eclipse can attest to. They are pretty much bullet-proof and have excellent customer service / warranty.
     
  4. mattGMC

    mattGMC New Member

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    but how much are they? even when i called they couldnt tell me because the sales guy wasnt there
     
  5. Pro Signs & Graphix

    Pro Signs & Graphix Very Active Member

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    Sounds like they might have really good support!

    Look.....what is the budget? It is much easier to tell you what you will get for your buck, than just to suggest a machine. Those of us that have been doing it a while know what is what and where, via experience.

    We are not salespeople, just real users.
     
  6. Roodavis

    Roodavis New Member

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    We have a Summa D520 that is over ten years old and still runs like new. We had a problem with it when it was still under warranty. Their repair person brought the part he thought might be bad, but then found it only needed a small adjustment. He left the part "just in case" and it still sits on the shelf ten years later. So if the Eclipse is a Summa with another name it should be a work horse.
     
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