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Thread: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

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    MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    I have a 7601 that I no longer use. I've run about 5k - 6k discs through it. The robot is well used, but worked last time I tried it. It is in the original box and ready to ship. I used a Plextor CD drive, which is not included. The original DVD drive is included and has not seen much use. I do need to say that it has, on occasion, picked up and loaded 2 discs, which results in damage to one of the discs. This can be devastating if left unattended. (This is the reason I have replaced it with the Nimbie.)

    At any rate, it has served me well and I hope it can serve someone else, either as parts or as a batch autoloader. I've gotten my use out of it and don't feel like I can sell it.

    Power Supply, Input and Output trays are all in good condition and included.

    I don't have the drivers for the arm, but did try the included original DVD drive and it works in DBPA

    It's available for the cost of shipping (~$30?), or local Seattle pickup.

    PM me or reply to this thread.

    Pete

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar Magnolia View Post
    I have a 7601 that I no longer use. I've run about 5k - 6k discs through it. The robot is well used, but worked last time I tried it. It is in the original box and ready to ship. I used a Plextor CD drive, which is not included. The original DVD drive is included and has not seen much use. I do need to say that it has, on occasion, picked up and loaded 2 discs, which results in damage to one of the discs. This can be devastating if left unattended. (This is the reason I have replaced it with the Nimbie.)

    At any rate, it has served me well and I hope it can serve someone else, either as parts or as a batch autoloader. I've gotten my use out of it and don't feel like I can sell it.

    Power Supply, Input and Output trays are all in good condition and included.

    I don't have the drivers for the arm, but did try the included original DVD drive and it works in DBPA

    It's available for the cost of shipping (~$30?), or local Seattle pickup.

    PM me or reply to this thread.

    Pete
    This is a great deal, and there's a free driver from spoon for the batch ripper. Someone should snatch this up. I would, if I didn't already have several!

    Brendan

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    Still available.

    Other than occasionally picking up 2 discs, it works well with DBPA/Batch Ripper.

    Brendan:

    Do yours ever pick up two discs? MF Digital told me this was impossible. It did happen occasionally. Static electricity maybe?

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    PM sent...

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar Magnolia View Post
    Other than occasionally picking up 2 discs, it works well with DBPA/Batch Ripper.

    Brendan:

    Do yours ever pick up two discs? MF Digital told me this was impossible. It did happen occasionally. Static electricity maybe?
    I don't recall. I could see static electricity being a potential problem, or discs that aren't super clean. Some of the higher-end robots include an optional "shake" function after the pick for similar problems.

    Brendan

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    Thanks. So far, the Nimbie has not loaded multiple discs.

    Also, the 7601 is gone. I hope Jeff is enjoying it.

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    MF Digital 7601 - was this a 7601XD with a USB or serial interface?

    If it was a USB interface, do you remember what driver set you used to configure the batch ripper?

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    Re: MF Digital 7601/Baxter Free to Good home

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesM View Post
    MF Digital 7601 - was this a 7601XD with a USB or serial interface?

    If it was a USB interface, do you remember what driver set you used to configure the batch ripper?
    It was a 7601, I don't think it was 7601XD. It was USB and I do not recall what driver I used.

    Probably one of these:
    http://www.mfdigital.com/software/do...ion44setup.exe

    http://www.mfdigital.com/downloads/B...USB_Driver.zip

    Frome here: https://www.mfdigital.com/legacydownloads.html

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