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    Re: Web site issues

    Lead shine tech department emailed me back . All should be good on Monday . Thank you Chris
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    Web site issues

    I cannot make a purchase on your site to save my life . I was wanting to order five EM206’s. Get error message 15004 .
    checked visa number and all is correct .
    Am I possibly on a fake site ?
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    Re: Pro5X4?

    I’m curious as to what the largest piece you make is cut wise. Would a 4x4 do it ,or you need bigger ? my friend is into pro audio ,and sometimes needs new bass bins . Not sure if a 4x4 will...
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    Re: Pro5X4?

    I guess the nice thing being you can upgrade your machine to a larger size in the future if you want.
    Ideally I’d like to go with a 4X8 and be done with it , but I know I’ll rarely require that big...
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    Pro5X4?

    Guys I’m about to order a new Pro router table. I think a 4X8 would be a nuisance to work around in my garage, so I wanted to order a Pro4X5 .
    4’ X axis with a 5’ Y axis .
    I want the extra foot for...
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    Re: About that CNCRP name change....

    Personally I like the old name.
    I’v never associate the company as a parts supplier, but I could see where new people unfamiliar with the company may interpret that?
    I’m actually in the process...
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    Re: About that CNCRP name change....

    That’s new. Was just on their site yesterday and never noticed. At least they never raised their prices again
  8. Re: CNC Router parts Pro 48x48, Assembled and amazing!

    Thank you for sharing your experience. I am very close to ordering a Pro4848 myself . I have to say after going threw some other threads that I was getting concerned .
    But I’m assuming they were...
  9. Re: Bought a laptop to run cnc , now hear it’s a bad choice :(

    Thank you again for the posts guys . And jb, thank you for taking the time to write such a comprehensive response . I think Linux is something I should consider .
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    Re: 5x10 table

    OP , your going to need a 5’x10’ table to make that fit . If you have any other tough questions, I’ll be happy to help
  11. Re: Bought a laptop to run cnc , now hear it’s a bad choice :(

    I should see if he stocks the ram and upgrade to 8gig . Probably have to replace the ram modules instead of adding , seeing as it’s a laptop .
    i agree with making sure it’s off the internet, and I...
  12. Re: Bought a laptop to run cnc , now hear it’s a bad choice :(

    Thanks for the heads up.
    I cant find your old post , but I thought you had posted one for UCCNC . It was the post where you did a nice job of shortening all the jumpers that go to the board beneath...
  13. Re: Bought a laptop to run cnc , now hear it’s a bad choice :(

    Thank you for the replies all . My first thought was as stated , disable anything not required to reduce hogging resources unnecessarily., and make sure it doesn’t time out etc.
    I haven’t looked...
  14. Bought a laptop to run cnc , now hear it’s a bad choice :(

    Guys , I recently found an older but still new laptop at my computer store that has windows 7, an IBM ThinkPad
    . It has the usual dual core proc and 4 gigs of ram.
    I recently heard laptops were...
  15. Re: Added water cooled spindle to my PRO4824

    Thank you for sharing , great post and confirmed a few things. Some day I'm going to buy a 4x4 pro from cncrouterparts. I was wanting to go with a water cooled spindle also , and a Hitachi vfd . ...
  16. Re: Last One - 4'x6' Steel, Epoxy and ClearPath servo's

    That's interesting, I would never have thought of that
  17. Re: Last One - 4'x6' Steel, Epoxy and ClearPath servo's

    Epic build! I'm really impressed with the build quality and design , and just don't know how it could get any better than this . Can't wait to see some video of the Beast in action :)
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    Re: My cnc router with linear ATC

    Hey I'm in BC Canada and have a spare room . Free room and board if you help me build a cnc lol
  19. Re: Probotix Nebula vs CNC Router Parts CRP4848

    Congrats . Looking forward to seeing your future review :)
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    Re: My cnc router with linear ATC

    Great creation . Looks like a tank , and I'll bet it's as strong as one ;)
  21. Re: Cncrouterparts changed from V bearings to linear guides

    Thanks .Wow, I never would have guessed that one
  22. Re: Cncrouterparts changed from V bearings to linear guides

    Guys , what's a charge pump?
  23. Re: is it the right place for sharing my projects ?

    If you built a router table , there's this thread here also . One of my favourites , as I'm looking forward to learning from you gurus here and building my own this winter . Well starting a build ,...
  24. Re: Probotix Nebula vs CNC Router Parts CRP4848

    I'm going to mount my vfd in a separate enclosure simular to what cncrp does , hopefully providing additional insurance . Each to his own of course.

    Gerald I know you've got a lot of experience ,...
  25. Re: Probotix Nebula vs CNC Router Parts CRP4848

    TOP QUALITY 3KW WATER-COOLED MOTOR SPINDLE ENGRAVING MILL GRIND | eBay

    Sorry about that.
    There has been issues with cheap Chinese VFDs , so David recommends spending a bit more and going with the...
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