From: Diana Arce (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 28 2006 - 13:35:41 PST
Thanks Alain. Yes I am in Berlin. I don't know the number yet for the
other table that is being offered, but he did say that it is a newer
one than the one I have purchased. I am hoping to find a site that can
compare the two tables and what the actual differences are. but if the
replacement parts are easier to get on the newer one, then I will most
likely go with that one.
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On Mar 28, 2006, at 6:55 PM, 40 Frames wrote:
>> Hello Frameworkers!
>> I have recently bought an older ST6000 and have been offered a second
>> table from the Steenbeck reseller in Berlin, Germany. Turns out some
>> didn't want to deal with the transport or resale so she has asked
>> them to
>> it up and dispose of it-
>> Does anyone know of a good resource online to research older models?
>> Also, it may turn out that they plan on trashing one of the tables, if
>> anyone is
>> possible interested in having the other one (ST6000 or something
>> let me know offlist, it would be a shame to see a perfectly good
>> go the
>> the trash.
>> Diana Arce
> Where are you located? Are you in Berlin?
> There's been a few posts lately regarding Steenbeck machines. The
> source is
> http://www.steenbeck.com....now located in Holland.
> Model 6000 is a combo 16/35 six plate, so the newer version would be
> What is it you want to know about older models?
> As Steenbeck updated each model the electronics, the prism, the
> the counter, etc was updated. If you have an 01 machine all parts can
> ordered from Steenbeck or a Steenbeck agent. If an older machine
> ending in
> 00 you'll likely find parts through dealers and service techs who have
> stockpiled parts, such as Paul Tomasko, Dwight Cody, or Mel Worsfold in
> the UK.
> 40 FRAMES
> Alain LeTourneau
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