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Setting up the job mach3

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No. It would zero off your origin by the missed steps,  but if you have good Home switches you can press the Home button and Home the machine....now the
qconvers
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Sep 17

spindle brake

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Just a thought on clamping the parts - a wedge would probably work. Sit the part in a pocket and have one wall of the pocket tapered away from one end. You can
Les Newell
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Sep 6

Re[2]: [mach1mach2cnc] spindle brake

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i would probably make them out of aluminum so they would last. i have a regular milling machine and could make it on that. might try one out of plywood because
Spencer Chase
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Sep 5

Re[2]: [mach1mach2cnc] Tangential control

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Sorry to say it here but I just took the easy way out and run mine with an Arduino. Cuts gasket material out nicely as well, just tell it how many passes and
Joe Mac
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Sep 4

PMDX woes?

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i understand why it is not a good idea ot add unproductive weight. i bought my router already made and have spent many many hours ixing all that was wrong with
Spencer Chase
35
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Sep 3

Tool change and speed control boxford lathe

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Thanks Andy. I had forgotten Art's video on "Homing, Limits, and Offsets" Gaston -- http://public.fotki.com/Gaston-Gagnon/** -- On 17-08-31 12:59 PM, 'Andy
Gaston Gagnon
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Sep 2

Limit switch problem

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Breaking 36VDC at any real current will be very hard on your relay. Is it rated for 36VDC? Andy Wander From: mach1mach2cnc@yahoogroups.com
Andy Wander
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Aug 30

Mach 3 speed limitation? Can't get past 6 IPM

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So thank you to Donald, Henrik and Steve for helping with that problem.
jeremywillson
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Aug 26

Installing Sig files

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Thank you Brian, That was the part I was after. Last time a friend helped me and he was as fast as the proverbial „speeding bullet“. Russell Ferlach,
Russell Dunn
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Aug 25

Mach3 Parallel port alternative - Centroid Acorn

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is this compatible with Mach3 and 4? this is a Mach 3/4 forum, isn't it or has it become a general CNC forum? Best regards, Spencer Chase 67550-Bell Springs
Spencer Chase
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Aug 22

3d printer

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Set the extruder axis speeds in Mach3 to silly high numbers, like 200mm/s top speed and 1000mm/s acceleration. They don’t move fast, but need to respond
Tony Smith
8
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Aug 19

Custom homing routine

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Roland, It is a stepper system. Another opto on the motor shaft would of course drastically improve the reference but I am trying to as a first step improve
Bertho
27
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Aug 12

ClearPath servos?

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George, I am sorry for the confusion, I do not sell Clearpath servos, you will to get them directly from Teknic. I do sell and stock the DMM AC servos, which
arturodu
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Aug 5

Wizard Video

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Cool! Love the voice.
ozzie34231
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Aug 4

New version on the web

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First test looks good. Thanks Brian
ozzie34231
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Aug 2
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