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Weight of a HS15 plus plotter?

Discussion in 'Gerber' started by RG, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. RG

    RG Member

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    Hello. Can someone out there please tell me the exact weight of a Gerber HS15 plus plotter? Thanks.
     
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  2. Jase

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    Nope, but for shipping I would estimate as we just shipped one that you should look at 50Kgs
     
  3. Typestries

    Typestries Very Active Member

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    Heavy, lol. We have one, it's been a workhorse, does not get used that much any more.....I will weigh it for you, but if you need an immediate answer, 50 lbs +easy.
     
  4. RG

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    Thanks for your help, Jase & Typestries. Wow, 50Kgs is around 110 pounds. Right? I'm considering buying one and it will have to be shipped to me. Guess if it ever stops working, I'll have a good boat anchor.
     
  5. Gino

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    Just weighed ours..... 62lbs.
     
  6. RG

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    Gino, thanks for going to the trouble of weighing the plotter. It really helps.
     
  7. threeputt

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    If the weight (shipping) is a factor in your buying decision for this piece of equipment, I'm surprised.

    Where is it coming from, the North Pole?

    This equpment probably ran about ten K new. (I think that's what we paid for ours about ten years ago or so).

    Shipping couldn't be over a hundred bucks or so, most likely.
     
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