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    delta_e is offline Junior Member
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    Default Crosfield Drum Scanner

    Just curious...what do you all think a Crosfield Scantex drum scanner is worth? I have one that I'm looking to unload and would like to know its value. It's old, but it still in very good condition. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    We had the same thing and couldn't give it away. We ended up recycling the metal.

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    If you can't unload the scanner I might take it off your hands.
    Where are you located?

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    we contemplated turning ours into a bbq with a rotisserie, but figured it probably couldn't handle the high temperatures, plus the sauce would just spin off at the high speeds. so we ended up scrapping it.
    By the time I walk out of here, I'm going to be a lean, mean, prepress machine...

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    Oh, the good old days of endless typing, cal and values.... Hats off to the wonderful team that was once in Hemel, though.

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    Remember Cal 530? I have one I cannot get rid of either. I can remember that thing running 60 plus hours a week! Alan

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    not familiar with that model, how does it compare to the magnascan series?..i've been looking to find a 646 or a celsis model as it has the mac interface but most of them aren't anywhere near Chicago...

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    Nick, I have a 646 magnascan with a mac interface running Celsis. I'm in Richmond, VA if you want it. Alan

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    Default Re: Crosfield Drum Scanner

    i'll bring it up to my supervisor, thanks for the info...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickt View Post
    not familiar with that model, how does it compare to the magnascan series?..i've been looking to find a 646 or a celsis model as it has the mac interface but most of them aren't anywhere near Chicago...
    Crosfield Scantex was esentially a Celsis 630 scanner unit, but was a special model which included a proprietary Scitex interface board, so it could only be interfaced onto Scitex systems. If I remember correctly they were painted black to match the Scitex livery. --Barry--


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