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- Thu Dec 03, 2015 4:00 pm
- Forum: Open Talk
- Topic: Start, step, pause stop buttons
- Replies: 9
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We used to get an occasional question about those, so we started offering them as an option. But then we got a ton of questions about them, but no more sales, so we quit offering them. You can still get them but you'd have to call us to talk about it. They basically replicate the onscreen controls a...
- Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:09 pm
- Forum: Open Talk
- Topic: 110v Spindle Relay run on shutdown
- Replies: 6
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Unless LinuxCNC is in control of the parallel port, the pins are in an unknown state.Always start the software before turning on the controller, and shut off the controller before killing the software.
- Tue Oct 20, 2015 9:17 am
- Forum: Machine Mechanics
- Topic: How many T Tracks should I need?
- Replies: 7
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Can you direct message, email or call us with your order # or contact info? I would like to see a copy of your calibration report I am concerned your table is off on the right side. We have a copy here I just need your order #.
There is a cheap program called CNCwrapper (http://www.cncwrapper.com/) that will take existing g-code and wrap one of the axis around the a-axis. Or if you use the Vectric software, VCarve PRo and Aspire can both do rotary.
But that is the thing... The V90 and X90 are NOT even close to being the same machine. They were made of plastic and MDF, and required additional parts (PC, limit switches, etc) and a lot of technical savvy to put one together. They were a project in and of themselves. Whereas the Galaxy series mach...
That is a well known problem with the CNC USB Control Software. Downgrade to one of the older versions that we have posted on the wiki. Andrej refused to fix the problem and instead insisted that we make everyone upgrade to his newer (non-open source) boards which apparently do not have the problem....
Go to the top of our page and click on the link to the wiki. Also, at the top of the page are links to our Youtube and Vimeo channels, which have some getting started videos.