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At 07:31 PM 8/18/99 -0400, Mitch wrote: >At 09:22 AM 8/18/99 -0400, Jim Davis wrote: > >>John: >>The swaying motion is common on all 9000's. I was told it was engineered >>this way to take up the motion of the large printing heads. The motion >>keeps the heads from slamming against the end stops. >> >>It really looks like poor engineering to me. All that motion can not be >>good for the printer. >> > >If I were in a car accident, I'd much rather be cushioned by an airbag than >by a cast-iron sink... FWIW, my Photo 700 is on a cheapie wooden table -- the kind with thin wooden legs and a surface area the size of a cafeteria tray, made for parties, etc... And the table sways and dances whenever the printer's doing its thing. And I thought about this for a while, and decided, maybe this is a good thing -- it's absorbing some of the impact that the printer would otherwise be experiencing. rafe b. - Please do not include an entire message in your response. Delete the excess. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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