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  • A sharpy to slanted eyes

    Starway ServoBeam 5RPublished on 07/27/13 at 08:23
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    Well I still went on the advice Starway because they are machines that can start quite the Crusader (cheap and boasting large copy)
    As for servocolor 800 is not bad for the price and this is probably the best copy Sharpy I could cross, it's quick, it shines, it's nice to stick and that is that we asks a Sharpy.
    Reliability level is to see in time, the machine is well built (plastic), but I had little troubles Pan who do not return perfectly in place on 50/50.
    If notice to the provider, lighteux ... who sees this machine as a spot, it is not it is a sharpy, this is far from being the most versatile machine in the world, and it is a machine and not effect a machine for light. (Is not......
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    Well I still went on the advice Starway because they are machines that can start quite the Crusader (cheap and boasting large copy)
    As for servocolor 800 is not bad for the price and this is probably the best copy Sharpy I could cross, it's quick, it shines, it's nice to stick and that is that we asks a Sharpy.
    Reliability level is to see in time, the machine is well built (plastic), but I had little troubles Pan who do not return perfectly in place on 50/50.
    If notice to the provider, lighteux ... who sees this machine as a spot, it is not it is a sharpy, this is far from being the most versatile machine in the world, and it is a machine and not effect a machine for light. (Is not replaced by sharpy spots, it's not the same job) So to complete a park spot and wash yes, as main machine uhhh not really.
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