Pen Plotters Selection:
|Product Number: 7595|
|Division: San Diego|
|Original Price: $8495|
|Catalog Reference: 1988, P. 724|
The Draftmaster I and II replaced the 7585B and 7586B. The DraftMasters were the most advanced pen plotters ever made by HP. They handled media sizes up to E/A0 size and plotted at 60 cm/s with acceleration up to 5.7g. The DraftMaster II (P/N 7596A - $10995) also plotted on continuous rolls. The DraftMaster SR/RX series (P/N 7595B/C, 7596B/C), introduced in 1990 added HP/GL-2 language capability and a faster plot speed of 110 cm/s. The DraftMaster MX (7599C) added a 20 MB hard disc to the DraftMaster RX roll-feed model. Click here to view a 6 second video of the DraftMaster in action (1.0 MB).
If you need to replace the drive belt that goes between the drive motor and the Y-axis pully on your Draftmaster SX, the specifications of the belt are:
Pitch - 0.080"
Pitch length - 8.4"
Number of teeth - 105
Belt width - 0.25"
The part number for this belt is 1500-0687. This tip was provided by Kyle Desrosiers of Omni Electro Motive of Newfield New York.
Click here for binary images of the Processor EPROMs in the Museum's 7596A plotter to use in creating replacement EPROMs (they are all 27512 items). Note that these EPROMs are used on the 07595-60100 Processor PCA and may not work on the newer 07595-60200 version of the Processor PCA.^ TOP
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