[time-nuts] OT: Need HP 7475A Drivers for XP or Linux
eric.fort at gmail.com
Sun Oct 21 21:11:36 EDT 2007
This one was free and there's much satisfaction in making the old stuff work
once more. When I get it set up it will likely be used to output cad plots
for EDA work including PCB artwork, and schematics. It may be slower than
the current inkjets but it fits the budget and I do it because I can.
On 10/21/07, Joseph Gray <jgray at zianet.com> wrote:
> Speaking of plotters, I know there are still some things that you need a
> plotter for, but the inkjets are faster, higher resolution and much
> _quieter_. A while back, I picked up a used HP 1220C for cheap. It does
> B-size. I don't use it much, but I keep it around for when I do need it.
> BTW, just in case anyone has or is looking for an HP 1220C, there was a
> common failure in the power supply with this model. That's why I got mine
> cheap. If it doesn't power up at all, look for a burned-up resister. The
> is a new resistor, with a higher wattage rating. If you Google, you'll
> this documented somewhere. That's how I originally found out about it.
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