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    Re: Need some help

    Call WinCNC. They charge a very reasonable rate for support. You'll need Teamviewer loaded on your machine though. What version of WinCNC are you running? Go to Help->About and look for version and...
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    Re: vacuum pump sorted

    Bump.
  3. Re: router master space saver 52 4ftX10ft cnc machine year 2000

    http://www.cnczone.com/forums/members/hans-eureka-tec.html
    Hans Eskeson was an engineer for CAMTech. He can help you with the machine.

    Microsystems World CNC LLC
    MicroSystems World CNC - PC...
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    Re: Some helpful videos.

    Might be helpful.

    Cleanup for Vectric Vcarve Pro and Aspire
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    Re: Warthog CNC Router Owners Forum

    Call Microsystems. 304-472-7206
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    I saw a Craftsman 510 table recently. It had four...

    I saw a Craftsman 510 table recently. It had four cheap CW250 stepper drivers (http://www.mpja.com/download/17452ms.pdf). One each for X and Z, two for Y. The table is 5' X 10' and looks pretty good....
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    Some helpful videos.

    There are a few helpful videos here about WinCNC, Aspire/VCarve Pro, and a couple on EnRoute. They're posted by Mike Queen at Microsystems.

    cncMike304 - YouTube
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    Frederic, I bought a JCUT 6090A a couple of...

    Frederic,

    I bought a JCUT 6090A a couple of years ago. I have been very happy with it.

    My machine is smaller than the one you are considering but it is rock solid. The machine you are looking...
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    I totally agree with CNC Mate. If the option is...

    I totally agree with CNC Mate. If the option is open to get 10 tools, do so. Unless you are talking about using a rotary type toolchanger, the initial cost can't be that different than it would be...
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    Gary, I think your Y axis is 10mm while your X...

    Gary,

    I think your Y axis is 10mm while your X and Z are 5mm. Go to Config>Motor Tuning, and choose X. Look at the number in the "Steps per" box.

    I think your Y should be 1/2 that number. For...
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    Gary, I don't know your controller so there are...

    Gary,
    I don't know your controller so there are SOOOOO many things I can't help you with. I am pretty much an expert with WinCNC and I've set up a few with Mach, but I can't find anything about the...
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    Devin, You mentioned CAMaster. Do you...

    Devin,

    You mentioned CAMaster. Do you currently have one of thier machines? If so, have you contacted them to see if they can do an upgrade? From all I read, they are a great company to work with...
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    Hi Anthony, Why not leave bridges to hold the...

    Hi Anthony,

    Why not leave bridges to hold the parts in? With MDF you should be able to take a Dremil and zip the parts out in seconds. Then use a small upright belt sander and knock any leftover...
  14. jfbacomo, I have to assume a couple of...

    jfbacomo,

    I have to assume a couple of things...

    1: The inverter was working before.

    2: Your inverter was wired for inputs from the controller to turn it on and off.

    Check to see if there...
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    Anthony, I assume you are talking about...

    Anthony,

    I assume you are talking about workspace offsets. I use WinCNC and G54 is default. I might use G55 for a second vertical head, a pen, a laser or maybe just a special fixture mounted...
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    Wow! Great work Ken. Glad to hear you have it...

    Wow! Great work Ken. Glad to hear you have it running and cutting. The screen is cool. You're a fast learner. Congrats.
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    Wizzardworks, Email me at butrnife@gmail.com....

    Wizzardworks,

    Email me at butrnife@gmail.com. I might be able to help you with the card. I never used mine.
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    Ken, Not sure how you are setting your axes...

    Ken,

    Not sure how you are setting your axes up, but for the viewer to work properly, X needs to be the left/right axis and Y needs to be the back/front axis.

    Normally, X low is toward the...
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    Ken, The serial number will be a 4 digit...

    Ken,

    The serial number will be a 4 digit number. Go to Help->About and you can find it there. It's also going to be on the daughtercard. That's the smaller card that is attached to the PCI 7200...
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    Joba, If I clamp front and rear only, I can...

    Joba,

    If I clamp front and rear only, I can get at least 23.5" wide and at least 35" in length.

    Butterknife
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    Phillip, You should check out the dust...

    Phillip,

    You should check out the dust collector at Harbor Freight. I got mine with a coupon from a 'Wood' magazine for $135. I think they've raised a little, but not much.

    It's 2hp, 20 amp 120...
  22. Hi Ian, I think for the money spent, I could...

    Hi Ian,

    I think for the money spent, I could not have gotten a better machine. I wish I had gotten a rack and pinion drive system for X and Y, but otherwise, I can't complain.

    Glad you got the...
  23. Ian, Your drive box looks very similar to...

    Ian,

    Your drive box looks very similar to mine. It looks as if you have the Sunfar E300 inverter, the same as me. I don't think we have the same drives though. I have 2MA860H drivers. Yours look...
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    Wizzardworks, Can't you just break the file...

    Wizzardworks,

    Can't you just break the file into seperate parts? I do it all the time. If you know the line number you'd like to start on, it really isn't that tough.

    WinCNC has a Restart...
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    When I took out the 15 pin connector for NC...

    When I took out the 15 pin connector for NC Studio, I cut the hole larger in the drive box and put in a 37 pin D-Sub breakout for WinCNC.

    WinCNC has two cards, both of which has a 37 pin...
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    I've seen people asking about JCut's wiring. I...

    I've seen people asking about JCut's wiring. I don't have the Mach wiring, but here's what I had for my NC Studio software.

    1. Unhooked, but I think it was for a tool touch off switch.
    2. Step...
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    Hey Ian, Here was my wiring for the NC Studio...

    Hey Ian,

    Here was my wiring for the NC Studio software.

    1. Unhooked, but I think it was for a tool touch off switch.
    2. Step signal for axis 1
    3. Step signal for axis 2
    4. Step signal for...
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    The 1.5 KW is 2 horse power so that's still quite...

    The 1.5 KW is 2 horse power so that's still quite a bit of power. The 85byg450a is a good motor. I don't know the drivers, but it looks like it outputs enough amps for your motors.

    I think you'll...
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    Hi Ian, I realize you didn't address this...

    Hi Ian,

    I realize you didn't address this question to me, but I will throw in my 2 cents.

    I bought a JCut 6090A and like it very much. It is very accurate. I had oversized motors and screws...
  30. Thanks for the information wizzardworks. I knew...

    Thanks for the information wizzardworks. I knew mine was an ER20 because I ordered it that way. Mine came with 2 collets, a 1/8" and a 6mm.

    From Maritool I ordered a 1/4" and a 1/2" collet and a...
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