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    Re: UC100 and C10 Bob

    Yesterday I took some boards on the bench and tried to replicate what you are seeing and was not able to. In all cases the outputs of the C10 gave a solid high or low, never an “in the middle...
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    Re: UC100 and C10 Bob

    How are you powering the C10? From the USB port?

    I would say that if you are running a machine, you should disable the power saving features for the USB port and probably the rest of the system.
    ...
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    Re: CNC4pc website outage

    Good news: we’re back!

    The issues have been resolved and our website is up and running.

    We appreciate your patience.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    CNC4pc website outage

    We are experiencing technical difficulties on our website. Our servers are currently down since midnight last night. Our ISP informs us that they are having an issue on their system and they have...
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    Re: Reset Log file?

    UCCNC does not have a debounce or noise filtering utility. The way they see it is that the noise needs to be filtered in the hardware. Some tricks for filtering noise are:

    - Make sure the stuff...
  6. Re: Spindle question Control spindle speed via UCCNC

    Dave,
    On the C76 the RJ45 for the 6th axis is shared with the spindle, so if using 6 axes you need to add a C41 board.
    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
  7. Re: Spindle question Control spindle speed via UCCNC

    Dave,
    I saw your ticket in our website. What spindle are you trying to use?
    We are having an issue with the documents in our website, we hope to have it sorted out by Monday.
    Arturo Duncan...
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    Re: mini lathe upgrades

    What are you going to be using this lathe for? Is this part of a CNC project? Or you are just trying to upgrade the spindle? If it is part of a CNC project, you may want to consider upgrading the...
  9. Thread: Calibration

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    Re: Calibration

    It can be noise. Or are you seeing the drivers fault and not detecting the fault?

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: Anyone home at cnc4pc?

    The ticket and chat are the best way to get a hold of us. If you need to talk to me, it is better to send a message on the ticket or chat and I will call you.
    https://cnc4pc.com/contact/
    It is...
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    Re: Anyone home at cnc4pc?

    I am sorry for the mess with your order. Laura moved and heaven and earth and was able to get it out today for you.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: New AXBB controller

    You need to power the board with +24vdc. Can you ping the board?

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: New AXBB controller

    You need to use UCCNC development version 1.2019 or above:

    https://cnc4pc.com/faq/article/what-uccnc-software-version-needs-to-be-used-with-the-axbb-e

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: New AXBB controller

    Yes, you can hook up a G540 to LPT3 of the AXBB. Or any other parallel port type controller. You can assign the pins freely in UCCNC and soon in the Mach3 plugin. You can also use different types...
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    Re: ESS not moving my axis

    I think you need to use a multimeter and see where you are losing the signals. Check:
    - Status of pins on diagnostics screen.
    - Status of pin on the ESS.
    - Status of pin on the terminals of the...
  16. New AXBB Motion Controller and Breakout Board Now Available

    The New AXBB from CNC Drive is now available for shipping with free UCCNC License while supplies last.
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  17. Re: UC300ETH-5LPT with MX3660 - Crazy Stepper motor behavior. Need help

    Colt,

    All clear. Yes, very strange, and this random motion you can see it in the diagnostics screen.

    Let me check on this, and we will get back to you.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
  18. Re: UC300ETH-5LPT with MX3660 - Crazy Stepper motor behavior. Need help

    Colt,

    Yes, we have a ticket for you and we are waiting for more info. I tried going through all the thread, but the issue is still no clear to me how it is behaving. Please clarify, do you see...
  19. Re: UC300ETH-5LPT with MX3660 - Crazy Stepper motor behavior. Need help

    Colt,

    Can you test this with a different driver? Or as breakout board? I have seen many signal coupling issues with the MX3660.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: Homing with proximity and encoder pulse

    You can also do a messy wiring where you pass the encoder signal through a switch, then feed it into the breakout board.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: Electrical Hookup Questons.

    You can set this up with the C76 and will work with Mach3, Mach4 or UCCNC. You can run CAT5 cable to connect to each driver using the C34KL board will have a very clean setup following this wiring...
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    Re: Need help with proximity switch setup

    Make sure you have a licensed version of UCCNC and you are not working in DEMO mode. Test inputs, to confirm you have communication OK.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
  23. Thread: 2017 screenset

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    Re: 2017 screenset

    Jim,

    You can find info on a tool changer macro for UCCNC here:

    https://cnc4pc.com/forum/projects/tool-change-macro-for-uccnc

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: C11 BOB Question

    Mitch,

    I am glad to hear you nailed it.

    Arturo Duncan
    https://cnc4pc.com
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    Re: C11 BOB Question

    Mitch,

    What you are reporting would indicate there could be a failure/damage on the breakout board, cable, or parallel port. Two ways of troubleshooting this may be:

    - Swapping pins, test...
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