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Re: [mill_drill] CNC retrofit for the Mill-Drill

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  • Markwayne
    And to control it dont forget EMC. http://linuxcnc.org/ Many evangelists on that group for mentioned, no one wishes too speak up for fear of starting a p n
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 4, 2004
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      And to control it dont forget EMC. http://linuxcnc.org/

      Many evangelists on that group for mentioned, no one wishes too speak up
      for fear of starting a p n contest. One of many reasons I unsuscribed
      and deleted it.

      Mark

      torchris wrote:
      > Hi folks,
      >
      > I'm doing some research on which CNC retrofit will work best for my
      > Rong-Fu/Enco-Grizzle Round-Column Mill-Drill (actually a Busy Bee
      > Model 1977). I have already posted this in the CNC-DRO Yahoo Group,
      > but I'm hoping I might get more response from this bunch! :-)
      >
      > What I am looking for is something that I can "bolt-on" without too
      > many modifications to the mill, and, of course, something reasonably
      > priced. So far I have looked at:
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      > - IndustrialHobbies
      > - Microkinetics
      > - FlashcutCNC
      > - AjaxCNC
      > - CNCMasters
      >
      > I would be interested to know who out there has dealt with any of
      > these vendors and performed their retrofits. Are their retrofits
      > easy to perform? Is the performance of the retrofit system
      > reasonable? Were you satisfied with their service, support & price?
      > Are there any other vendors you could recommend - particularly in
      > Canada?
      >
      > If you prefer to not post your opinion on the board,please drop me
      > an e-mail at chris.armour@....
      >
      > thanks!
      >
      > Chris
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