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    Hello everyone. 26 years with about 5 years in the trade. Started on 2 axis lathes and spent the last couples year setting up and programming medical and firearm parts on newer generation
    Tornos swiss machines e.g. Deco13, Deco26, EvoDeco32, and SwissNano. Just recently started a new position working on newer Cincom Citizen machines. My new employer is having me attend training at Citizen in Massachusetts to become a programmer. I love manufacturing.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hello people, I’ve worked in engineering since I was 16 years old. Did a tool making apprenticeship and been making and designing things ever since. 38 years of it.
    I now have the job title of CAD/CAM Technician at a university. Not so much of a job, more a pass time.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hi, i have a problem with my CNC machine, it's Feeler model DT-O using Fanuc controller O-MD. My Macro parameter is lost due to i clear the memory to solve the 101 ps alarm error!!

    Anyone can help me out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rekd View Post
    I was looking thru the list of users and was shocked to see that 3/5th or more of the members have ZERO posts.

    I'd like to say WELCOME to all the new members, and to the old members that haven't posted.

    I'd also like to extend an offer for you all to chime in and say hullo, mayhaps tell us what you do, how you're involved in CNC etc. We'd love to hear from you!!

    (group)

    'Rekd
    Hello, Technologies are running at a high speed, we only try to keep on walking at least, os amazing yo me noticias yo know what My children do.

  5. #8249
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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Nice and thank you

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Nice and thank you!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hello,

    My name is Jason Smith and I am looking forward to being a part of the community. I am mainly a hobbyist and design and produce parts for large scale model aircraft. Currently running a 50W Laser Cutter and building a Stepcraft 2/840 Black Edition CNC Router.

    My 50W laser is the Ebay Laser and just ordered a new 60W power supply and tube from LightObject. I am hoping to work on that install this weekend. Just have to figure out the PS wiring. The old power supply has two four pin connectors and one six pin connector (40 watt PS MYJG40W I think) and my new PS has one three pin and one six pin (From LO).

    I am in the process of building my Stepcraft and looking forward to using that. I have the Kress Spindle and it will be nice to have the ability to produce parts in G10 and Carbon Fiber. It will also be nice to cut aircraft grade plywood and thicker material that my laser cutter has a hard time with.

    For CAD software, I mainly use Draftsight 2D Software and just getting started with 3D modelling using Solidworks. I would like to give Fusion 360 in the future. 2D CAD has worked great for me over the years though.

    Anyways, I am looking forward to reading through the forums and being a part of the community.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hello everyone, I'm a part time gunsmith/manufacture, full time electrical lineman. My only machining experience is what I have picked up along the way with my manual lathe a vertical mill. Now I have decided to dive in to CNC. I recently purchased an older Milltronics Partner 1E with Centurian 5 controller. I have no CAD/CAM experience as of yet, but I have friends willing to help out. I look forward to this adventure, and I hope it turns out to be a good move going forward. I'm sure I will have a ton of questions in the coming months/years for you guys who have experience. It looks to be a really good place to learn here. Thanks for letting me be a part of your community.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hello. I was an engineer with a major brand name automotive company for many years doing heavy robotics and automation. I worked as an engineering specialists for many years as well as a maintenance supervisor and automation engineer. I was a member of the maintenance team as an electrician early on in my career. I had to early retire because of an injury I had while in the military years ago. I took some damage to my brain from complication and my mind does not work as well as it once did. I also lost some feeling in my hands and cant stand for long periods of time. After many years of PLC and electrical design I am now learning CNC. I purchased a Taig 4 axis CNC and I have been toying with it for some time now. I am starting to get serious about learning this. I have told myself once I get proficient with the Taig I am going to get me a Tormach to make heavier designs. I am also an apprentice blade maker and a member of the California Blacksmith society. I am hoping to take my journeyman blade test here in a couple of years once I get my Damascus forging perfected. I make fixed blade knives as a hobby now. I use Fusion 360 for all my designs and still am learning the ins and outs of that as well. In my early retirement I work with my wife running an international import export business as well as starting up a new restaurant here in the near future. So much for a relaxed retirement. I still have to take it easy at times when I am getting a brain fog period and they come at random so my work is often delayed for these medical issues. I also work with a group doing translation of ancient languages (ancient Chinese and Sanskrit) into English for publication for a local university. Lastly I teach Geometry and the sciences in the morning at a private school. After looking at it, I am busier now I am retired than when I was workin full time as an engineer lol.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    Hi
    I am JenMonk. I am here to build CNC router.

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    Re: Welcome thread-tell us about you.

    We have two old CNC router we need to upgrade with new system (completer retrofitting) can you support us

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