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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 9:27 pm

Totally lost after an hours looking

Hi Guys Ok I admit it I'm lost I've just spent the past hour looking for a couple of things on this forum
one is the slide along cutter with the extensions i think It's about £135 or something like that I know I've seen it on here somewhere,
The other thing is i remember reading on here, something about quoting software and their being a downlaod for it, And I cannot seem to find it,
The other thing is my supplier down south is starting to et a bit funny with regards to sending stuff out, where can i get some small application rollers and a Rivet brush and the other odds and sods that i seem to run out of at the last minute...Re Ray:)

Sorry I'm in Glasgow
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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 10:00 pm

Hi Ray,

The cutter bar is called an image edge, we've got one - its ok but not a patch on our javelin. The joints can step out a little and will cause sticking points as you travel up the bar. Well worth the money though for trimming light weight stuff like digital prints and banners etc. Oh and forget about it for pop ups where accuracy is important.

Most of the suppliers will carry the rollers and brushes you're after mate, just pick one and try them.

Andy
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Post Wed Oct 14, 2009 11:43 pm

Andy Blackett wrote:Hi Ray,

The cutter bar is called an image edge, we've got one - its ok but not a patch on our javelin. The joints can step out a little and will cause sticking points as you travel up the bar. Well worth the money though for trimming light weight stuff like digital prints and banners etc. Oh and forget about it for pop ups where accuracy is important.

Most of the suppliers will carry the rollers and brushes you're after mate, just pick one and try them.

Andy



Thanks Andy
image edge!
That's the one knew i'd seen it on here but couldn't remember the name,
I'm only looking for it to cut light foamx and vinyl. nothing more, As i have the guillotine for the heavier stuff
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Post Thu Oct 15, 2009 8:52 am

Ray, JAG sign supplies supply brushes and rollers.
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Post Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:44 am

Ray,

re: pricing software, someone on here mentioned a free version of clarity (I have downloaded but not had the chance to try yet). Guess pretty cut down version of their main product.

Check out :

http://www.claritypro.co.uk/

Martin
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Post Thu Oct 15, 2009 6:08 pm

Nothing about Clarity is free, even Clarity Lite which is a good £200

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