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    Hurco km3

    I have a Hurco KM3 that i need to send some boards out for repair. Any ideas on who still works on these machines. My machine is in very good shape and I am very well versed in its operation. I just want to get it back up and running.

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    Re: Hurco km3

    With the number of modern control conversions going on, perhaps you could get some surplus boards from a convertor ?
    They use to be listed on ebay a few years ago and maybe contact some on this board that also have done the conversion.
    The only source I know of besides Hurco is a repair shop called Midwest CNC
    Midwest CNC Service, Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeepnbob View Post
    I have a Hurco KM3 that i need to send some boards out for repair. Any ideas on who still works on these machines. My machine is in very good shape and I am very well versed in its operation. I just want to get it back up and running.
    I still have all my stuff from my retrofit.
    I went with a mach3 conversion back around 2010-2011.
    Buddy Maughn in Florida checked all my boards and sent them back.
    It turned out that my wiring harness was cracking, and breaking down.
    I still have the drive boards, if you are interested.
    Will sell cheap.
    I think I have 5 or 6.
    You can PM me, or send message one here.
    I also have all manuals, micro-tapes, etc.

    Jackal
    Everything is bio-degradable, if you run over it enough times with the lawnmower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackal66 View Post
    I still have all my stuff from my retrofit.
    I went with a mach3 conversion back around 2010-2011.
    Buddy Maughn in Florida checked all my boards and sent them back.
    It turned out that my wiring harness was cracking, and breaking down.
    I still have the drive boards, if you are interested.
    Will sell cheap.
    I think I have 5 or 6.
    You can PM me, or send message one here.
    I also have all manuals, micro-tapes, etc.

    Jackal
    I have a lot of replacement buttons, new bulbs, switches, pin connectors, vari- drive spindle speed changer, etc.
    Would make a great deal for all.
    I have it stored in a metal cabinet, to keep critters out.
    I really need the space.
    Everything is bio-degradable, if you run over it enough times with the lawnmower.

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    Re: Hurco km3

    I am getting back into this project. I am still looking for someone to help get it back up and running. When power is turned on the fans come on but that's all i get.

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