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Intellitrax question
We have a facility that has closed and they have something called an intellitrax M6000.

Now obviously I know what an intellitrax is but have no idea what the M6000 designation is.

Anybody know? Pic attached.

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It's for quick colour calibration on-press using proprietary colour bars right? Wasn't that system used to link colour standards across several plants in the old days?
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the m6000 is way better than the m5000...


 :rotf:  :hangme:


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It's for quick colour calibration on-press using proprietary colour bars right? Wasn't that system used to link colour standards across several plants in the old days?

I have no idea, either way it's antiquated software right? Where would I find a mention about it.

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the m6000 is way better than the m5000...


 :rotf:  :hangme:


sorry, couldn't help myself
And I can't help but notice it needs a new Johnson rod.
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http://www.xrite.com/service-support/product-support/scanning-instruments/intellitrax

http://www.xrite.com/categories/scanning-instruments/intellitrax

Thanks Joe but the boss is obsessing  about the whole M6000 mention, I'm all good on the intellitrax, nearest I can figure it's just the computer it scans into? Or Andyfest is correct.

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Yeah it is weird how there is noting out there about the Intellitrax M6000. If you do a Google search for M6000 the first thing up is a high end graphics adapter.
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Yeah it is weird how there is noting out there about the Intellitrax M6000. If you do a Google search for M6000 the first thing up is a high end graphics adapter.

Yea trust me went to about 16 pages of results 95% were the GPU the rest were the occasional weird piece of equipment. I'm going to tell him to just get the damn thing if he wants it, it's free it just will be on the books.

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the m6000 is way better than the m5000...


 :rotf:  :hangme:


sorry, couldn't help myself
And I can't help but notice it needs a new Johnson rod.
I disagree, it definitely needs a new fanatny rod.  :lmao:
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my subscription to Designer Gods expired last month...

damn
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What exactly is a fanatny rod?

It needs more luscious!

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Re: Intellitrax question
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the m6000 is way better than the m5000...


 :rotf:  :hangme:


sorry, couldn't help myself
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