Plotters

Plotters

Large Format Color Plotters are targeted for low volume users.

OcÃ-ƒÃ‚© CS2224 and Océ CS2236 24 and 36 in. width plotters are suited for low volume environments that require 2,400 x 1,200 dpi printing of technical color applications, such as line drawings, GIS aerials, and business/consumer graphics. Line accuracy, sharp detail, and subtle transitions are achieved with 4 picoliter drop size, large color gamut via dye ink (CMY), and...

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Plotters

Multipurpose Machine combines vinyl cutting and plotting.

Working with 15 or 24 in. wide rolls of 3.0 mil-thick vinyl, DuraCut II uses 400 grams of force to cut graphics/text at rates to 23.6 ips. Knife holder can be switched for felt tip pen for plotting and drawing. Signs are designed on PC via included software packages and printed on DuraCut II, which connects to PC through parallel, USB, or serial port. Features include digitally controlled servo...

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Navigation Equipment

Garmin® Makes Splash with Totally New Marine Lineup

State-of-the-art chartplotters, sonar, and cartography AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, Nov. 13 -- Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ:GRMN), today announced a new and completely redesigned line of chartplotters, sonar, and charting that offers powerful features, state-of-the-art satellite photo-generated cartography, and a sleek user interface and design. The products were...

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Plotter marks DIN rail terminal blocks.
Printing Software

Plotter marks DIN rail terminal blocks.

Utilizing Windows-based Wiemarc 2.0 software, Wieplot 500 enables users to print customized identification markings on standard marking tags used on screw cage, spring clamp, and insulation displacement terminal blocks. It includes template recognition and auto calibration for error-free marking, optimized plotter pen seal, pen priming cycle, and marking card templates. Software provides choice...

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