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Graphtec FC2100-120 problem............

Discussion in 'Graphtec' started by Shovelhead, May 3, 2005.

  1. Shovelhead

    Shovelhead Major Contributor

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    when I cut small lettering, 1" and below, the corners are rounded......
    tried a new blade holder...my settings are correct.......
    do I have a loose head????? errrrrrrrrrr, plotter head????
     
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  2. flexiezine

    flexiezine Member

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    Could be loose cutter head or even play in the motors or gears... Email Graphtec... They always like to hear about their old cutters still out in the work place and are usually very quick to assist.
     
  3. corado4

    corado4 New Member

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    graphtec


    Hi,I have same machine,Graphtec 2100-120,do you know where i can buy parts because a have a mechanic problem.If you or someone you know wants to sell same model please call El at 727-374-5647.Thanks.Bye
     
  4. AlienRelics

    AlienRelics New Member

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    Have you checked the offset compensation? Accessible from the machine's menu.

    I have a Graphtec FC2100-50. It stores 3 or 4 settings in it's memory to make it easier to switch between cutting heads or plotter pen. Check and make sure it didn't get set to one of them with zero offset.
     
  5. Howard Keiper

    Howard Keiper Member

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    You say your settings are correct....

    What settings are you using...(for vinyl, I assume)?

    hk
     
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