rigdonj at cfl.rr.com
Fri Jun 2 09:00:16 CDT 2006
At 02:15 PM 5/30/06 +0100, you wrote:
>In message <000e01c6838b$8df5d930$6401a8c0 at hal9000>
> "Steven Canning" <cannings at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> On my 1020s the shaft diameter is 0.060 " on the gear in question. I hope
>> this helps. The gear listed below has a bore almost 2 times too big. I can
>> ship you small parts (i.e. things that will fit in an envelope). I have
>> several 1020s still in the original unopened boxes and some that have been
>> parted out. Biggest problem is still the ink ...
>I think I've got a Sharp pen plotter that's the same - little tiny pens and a
>paper roll (although IIRC you can feed it cut sheets as well). I've yet to
>find anywhere that sells the pens, but apparently Radioshack used to stock
>Shame really, it's a nice little plotter - Sharp CE-515P if anyone wants to
>look it up. Takes the EA-850B, EA-850C or EA-852C pens. Actually, I think
>I've got a PDF of the manual somewhere...
FWIW I have a couple of Gould Digital Storage Scopes that have similar
printers built into them. The printers appear to work but the pins dried up
years ago. If anyone comes up with a replacement or fix for them I'd like
to hear about it.
FWIW2 Based on my experience years ago with the CGP-115 the pins don't
last long so replacement isn't a good solution unless you can buy them by
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