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I dig best vs trimble earthworks 2d

Discussion in 'Lasers' started by Tim Modine, Nov 14, 2020.

  1. Tim Modine

    Tim Modine Well-Known Member

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    That stinks. Those are my concerns with a smaller company putting these things out there. The main reason I went with Trimble. I can call my regional dealer and speak with someone 7 days a week during normal business hours. Hope you get it figured out
     
  2. steve waldner

    steve waldner Well-Known Member

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    This is not what I like to hear .
     
  3. dieseldog5.9

    dieseldog5.9 Senior Member

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    Sounds like there is also another system called I Dig, sold by New England lazer? Trimble is from the Cat Dealer, If I am Getting this correct Chris Milton of Milton Cat is owner of Trimble.
     
  4. Tim Modine

    Tim Modine Well-Known Member

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    It’s a great tool to have in the tool box. Work smarter not harder. It’s worth every cent!