Re: DRO Suggestions
- Ray, Yes I did receive your email and I sent you a reply although it
went back to the same email address listed here (jagboy1964@..).
Please send me another email using the same method but include your
working email address. Again, appologies to the group for using the
board for this offline conversion.
--- In email@example.com, "Ray Livingston" <jagboy1964@...>
> I sent you an off-line e-mail about this a few days ago. Did
> get it?Please
> Ray L.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "David" <david@> wrote:
> > Ray, Interested in possibly purchasing your PCB and overlay.
> > send me a email. Tried to send an email directly but got nooverlay
> > Appologies to the rest of the group for this posting.
> > David Thompson
> > --- In email@example.com, "Ray Livingston" <jagboy1964@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > David,
> > > If I were doing it, I'd go with the DRO-350, and the Jenix
> > glass
> > > scales. In fact, I bought a DRO-350 PCB and front panel
> > yearsBut,
> > > ago, and never used them, since I converted my mill to CNC.
> > I'mbut
> > > strill convinced it's the most cost-effective, functional
> > solution.
> > > The Jenix scales will cost you more than the Chinese scales,
> > > they'll also be more reliable and accurate. The overall coston
> > > difference probably amounts to only $100-150. There is a guy
> > the
> > > Shumatech group site that sells them at a very good price.
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > Ray L.
> > >