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    CNC motherboard advice

    I am upgrading my cnc controller and drivers and I am seeking advice.

    My current setup has:
    - C10 bob
    - OMS mh110 drivers
    - Linux software

    I am switching to:
    - DM556D drivers
    - UCCNC software

    The configurations I am deciding between are:
    - AXBB-E
    - C76 bob w/ 300-eth
    - UB-1 bob w/ 300-eth

    Any feedback/advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Adrian

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    Re: CNC motherboard advice

    Quote Originally Posted by awilcox View Post
    I am upgrading my cnc controller and drivers and I am seeking advice.

    My current setup has:
    - C10 bob
    - OMS mh110 drivers
    - Linux software

    I am switching to:
    - DM556D drivers
    - UCCNC software

    The configurations I am deciding between are:
    - AXBB-E
    - C76 bob w/ 300-eth
    - UB-1 bob w/ 300-eth

    Any feedback/advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Adrian
    I have just installed my second UC300eth-UB1. One in a router and the latest in a mill. I really like the layout of the board, sufficient number of I/O, 24VDC I/O, and the ease of install. I don't have any experience with the others.

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    Re: CNC motherboard advice

    The AXBB-E is also nice.

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    Re: CNC motherboard advice

    I just finished installation of the AXBB-E on a CNC Router Parts Benchtop Pro 2436 and I love it. Nice not to need any breakout boards (unless you need the third port). It's worked flawlessly for me thus far.

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    Re: CNC motherboard advice

    I agree, the AXBB-E is nice because it is an all in one solution saving lots of space and some cabling and it is 24Volts capable for industrial use.

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    Re: CNC motherboard advice

    All,

    Thanks for your feedback and help in deciding which direction to go. I will go with the AXBB-E configuration.

    Adrian

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    All,

    Thanks for your feedback and help in deciding which direction to go. I will go with the AXBB-E configuration.

    Adrian

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