8Re: [kminternals] KM-Computers
- Nov 29, 2004On Mon, 2004-11-29 at 07:19, Kidoodles3 wrote:
> That is also my goal to control a Brother machine by a modernActually I do have one of these "Bitknitter" boxes and the software to
> computer and possibly under windows. You are right that the market
> for such a device in monopolized.
> Hello John,
> About the same time or maybe before DAK, Susan
> from http://www.cochenille.com/index.html had a setup to use the km
> with the computer but has since discontinued production of it. At
> that time I was too new to computers and didn't purchase it. Maybe
> this device will give you some more information if you could find
go with it. It just happened to come with my 930. IIRC, the software is
for the Amiga, so I may need to use an emulator to try it out.
It has a connection (9-pin din) for the computer and two devices (8-pin
header), likely the knitting machine serial port and optical port.
I opened it up at some point and looked at it... it has two chips
covered in some kind of glue to prevent reverse engineering I suppose.
Anyone know how to remove that stuff?
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