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    Need help networking Citizen lathes.

    Hello! I have always used a PC card to transfer program back and forth to the Citizen cnc machines but I am now wanting to get away from the PC card and attempt to network all of my lathes to 1 computer. We have 3 L-20's with a Mitsubishi control and 2 K-16's with a Fanuc control. I'm sure a ton of companies have done this but it's always been pretty vague around here on how its done, definitely on Citizens. Please any documentation or step-by-step instruction would be great.

    Thank you!!!

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    Re: Need help networking Citizen lathes.

    Quote Originally Posted by dlr1986 View Post
    Hello! I have always used a PC card to transfer program back and forth to the Citizen cnc machines but I am now wanting to get away from the PC card and attempt to network all of my lathes to 1 computer. We have 3 L-20's with a Mitsubishi control and 2 K-16's with a Fanuc control. I'm sure a ton of companies have done this but it's always been pretty vague around here on how its done, definitely on Citizens. Please any documentation or step-by-step instruction would be great.

    Thank you!!!
    hello !!!

    I have the same problem
    you solved it !!!!!!!
    thank you

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