Tag Archives: Class 6400

The Motor goes round and round . . .

As the title indicates, the motor goes round and round or at least we hope it does . . . but when the motor stops going round and round what to do? Powered Graphotype machines (primarily Class 6200, Class 6300 and Class 6400) came from the factory with several motor options.  In the beginning you could have […]

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Keyboard Keys – hunt and peck

The key board on the Class 6300 Graphotype machines is the only interface betweenthe operator and the machine.  Key caps on the key board keys are the operators navigation chart and when the key caps are missing it can make composing tags on a Graphotype difficult and tedious. Many times the key caps will be […]

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WD-40 and Graphotype Machines – NO, NO, NO, well maybe?

WD-40® is a great product and does have it’s place in every Graphotypist’s tool box but WD-40® is NOT to be used as a lubricant for Graphotype machines. I cannot tell you how many times I have heard people tell me  . . . I lubricated the whole machine . . . I used a […]

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