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  1. New GlockCNC Headstocks

    New Headstocks for Taig, Sherline or Other Custom ApplicationFor Your Mill

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  2. Configuring an M16D for Step and Direction Control using a DMM DYN4 Servo for the Spindle

    Configuring an M16D for Step and Direction Control using a DMM DYN4 servo for the Spindle

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  3. Configure a Pendant on Mach3 using Modbus

     

     

     

     

     Warning :

    These instructions show how to configure the software, but keep in mind that while the E-Stop is reporting to condition to the controller, you should wire the on-board relay that reflects the status of the e-stop button to disable the system at hardware level

     

     

    Hardware:

    • MPG4- 6 Axis Pendant
    • C22M1 Rev.1 - Serial Modbus Pendant Interface Card

    Software:

    • MACH3 Ver. R3.043.062
    • Brains MPG4_MODBUS_C22M1_V1

     

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  4. Configure Mach4 and the Ethernet Smooth Stepper Plugin to use a C6 for Speed Control

    Setting up the Ethernet Smooth Stepper using a CNC4PC C6 Step and Direction Spindle Control Board using Mach4.

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  5. Mach4 now supports THC with the Ethernet Smooth Stepper

    Warp9 just released a new plugin for Mach4 that supports the TMC3in1 and other plasma THC systems:

    https://warp9td.com/index.php/faq/faq-mach4#HeightControl

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  6. Ethernet Motion Controller and Breakout Board Combined Controller from CNC Drive

       

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  7. Two new Single and Double Port Breakout Boards from CNC Drive

    Two new Single and Double Port Breakout Boards from CNC Drive.

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  8. Mini Lathe retrofit using Mach4 + PoKeys57E + M16D and Clearpath servos

    I started studying CNC quite recently. 2 years ago. Virtually all breakout boards I purchased from Arturo Duncan CNC4PC: C10, C11GS. On the C11G board, I converted my first Lathe Grizzly G0768 into CNC.I used   Mach3 software and a parallel port. But the number of modern computers with a printer port is getting smaller; there are practically none at all. We have to look for old computers a

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