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Wizard Eclipse Flex

Discussion in 'The Grumble' started by Gary Ford, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. Gary Ford

    Gary Ford Grumbler in Training

    Hello everyone. This is my first posting as a new member. Does anyone out there have a Wizard Eclipse Flex. We do. Its a beautiful thing. I'm wondering if anyone else has one. Is anyone thinking of getting one. Want to ask questions about it? I tried checking their web site and it looks like the page for the Flex is down. I hope they are not dropping the flex. The seem to market this to high volume framers. I am a seriously low volume framer (not by choice) but its amazing the quality and precision of this machine. So I was surprised not to find any postings on it. Wondering why?
     
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  2. alacrity8

    alacrity8 MGF, Master Grumble Framer

    There is still a gallery page up for the Eclipse Flex on the Wizard site.
    Not sure how to grt there except for Google.
    Give Wizard a call.
    Might just be site maintenance.

    Brian
     
  3. Gary Ford

    Gary Ford Grumbler in Training

    I spoke with Wizard today and they are actively marketing the Flex. They are rebuilding the page. I suggested that they enhance their marketing to target successful independent framers. This thing is amazing. Literally, the hardest part about framing now is assembling the final product (keeping the particles out). The software is so easy to use. I do the mat setup with the cutouts, I do the cut, I go back and delete all of the objects, go to cut, put foam board down, set the depth, cut, go back, and do cntrl Z to put objects back, change all of the objects to single layer at 90 degrees, goto cut, eliminate the outside cut, change depth to .001 and then cut(leaves a light mark where the artwork goes. I got my mats stacked, the foam board marked, and now I'm ready to assemble. Its a beautiful thing.
     
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