Difference between revisions of "Graphtec SignJet 1130"

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*Things to do:
 
*Things to do:
**Find it a proper home
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**<STRIKE>Find it a proper home</STRIKE>
 
**<STRIKE>Clean it up</strike>
 
**<STRIKE>Clean it up</strike>
 
**<STRIKE>Power it on</STRIKE>
 
**<STRIKE>Power it on</STRIKE>
 
**Replace sheet latches (find 3D models, which may be on the desktop machine in the Fab Lab)
 
**Replace sheet latches (find 3D models, which may be on the desktop machine in the Fab Lab)
 
**<STRIKE>No cutter!  Terry has ordered one</STRIKE>
 
**<STRIKE>No cutter!  Terry has ordered one</STRIKE>
**Need an HP parallel to ethernet interface box
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**<STRIKE>Need an HP parallel to ethernet interface box</STRIKE>
**Get Signcut Pro software - http://www.signcutpro.com/signcut
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**Get Signcut Pro software - http://www.signcutpro.com/signcut or whatever works
  
 
*To make it work as a printer too more things will need to happen (not sure we want or need to go down this road)
 
*To make it work as a printer too more things will need to happen (not sure we want or need to go down this road)

Revision as of 12:32, 27 June 2013

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New project! Rehab the Graphtec SignJet 1130 to replace the above.

  • Things to do:
    • Find it a proper home
    • Clean it up
    • Power it on
    • Replace sheet latches (find 3D models, which may be on the desktop machine in the Fab Lab)
    • No cutter! Terry has ordered one
    • Need an HP parallel to ethernet interface box
    • Get Signcut Pro software - http://www.signcutpro.com/signcut or whatever works
  • To make it work as a printer too more things will need to happen (not sure we want or need to go down this road)
    • Determine how to affix ink bottles
    • Clean tubing (don't use acetone)
    • Check print heads and replace if necessary