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Old March 7th, 2011 Mar 7, 2011 12:04:31 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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I just won one from ebay 149.99 plus 30 shipping working used!.
did you talk with the seller to be sure it had no clogged heads and was preped for shipping so it didn't get them while being shipped? Good luck with it.

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Old March 7th, 2011 Mar 7, 2011 1:22:01 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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did you talk with the seller to be sure it had no clogged heads and was preped for shipping so it didn't get them while being shipped? Good luck with it.
They guarantee working tested.. If not going back plan on full test before i attempt tear down.
 
Old March 8th, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 1:20:16 PM -   #18 (permalink)
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I just won one from ebay 149.99 plus 30 shipping working used!.
Nice DrDeath!
 
 
Old March 8th, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 2:05:23 PM -   #19 (permalink)
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Took a few days off started today with the sliders again.
cut down the L brackets to 24 inches with a hack saw.
The hack saw broke POS! Pulled out the big gun and cut right
through it. Squared up the box and inserted it back into the slides. I did not cut the .50 inch PE switch notch. I am waiting to get the guts of the printer on the base and set the PE swith later. Ordering the parts from SDP-SI.com today. Printer is going to be picked up this week just waiting on the guy from craigslist to get back to me from a email earlier in the day.
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Old March 8th, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 2:25:14 PM -   #20 (permalink)
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Did you change the size of the base from 33 x 36 to 30 x 36 or size of the bays from 30 to 33 inch.? Thanks
 
Old March 8th, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 2:25:55 PM -   #21 (permalink)
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Did you change the size of the base from 33 x 36 to 30 x 36 or size of the bays from 30 to 33 inch.? Thanks
No I left it 33x36 I imagine you can reduce it. I went with the base measurements for this build book. The next one I build I will know a lot more.
 
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Ok, was wondering. Thanks delayed mine a few days starting eow.
 
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Ok, was wondering. Thanks delayed mine a few days starting eow.
I like to rush things with this im taking my time.
 
Old March 8th, 2011 Mar 8, 2011 2:54:47 PM -   #24 (permalink)
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Im waiting on a email from a TSF member. He said that he obtained a .312 pulley from a company. This was at the end of last year. I will find out if it was the correct one and post info once I get an email back.
 
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Well, got the printer today brand new!



Time spent 2 hours to go 15 miles in Los Angeles Traffic Rush
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Cost $300
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Old March 9th, 2011 Mar 9, 2011 5:31:17 AM -   #26 (permalink)
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Time spent 2 hours to go 15 miles in Los Angeles Traffic Rush
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You going to test before tear down, and you gone to take pics of tear down and cuts.?
 
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Good buy - 300 dollars - I assume the UPC code has been removed so the first purchaser can get the rebate - and of course you do not care about the Epson Warranty -
 
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Good buy - 300 dollars - I assume the UPC code has been removed so the first purchaser can get the rebate - and of course you do not care about the Epson Warranty -
No UPC code, unopened box. Warranty no to worried about I made a friend a few months ago and he sells ink and repairs printers. Small shop but he has extra print heads and he is working on getting me a ink bag system.
 
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No UPC code, unopened box. Warranty no to worried about I made a friend a few months ago and he sells ink and repairs printers. Small shop but he has extra print heads and he is working on getting me a ink bag system.
Sounds like a good deal, i am on my way pick up roybi 10 inch table saw $40. off craigslist. i cant cut a straight line to sae my life.lol
 
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Sounds like a good deal, i am on my way pick up roybi 10 inch table saw $40. off craigslist. i cant cut a straight line to sae my life.lol
My damn Dewalt battery was almost gone had to make a few cuts then put it back on the charger. I would make my measurements and line then cut a few. It worked out otherwise I would have cut the crap out of the wood.
 






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