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    Gantry Style CNC Router Part 3 [email protected]@K

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    Thanks Captainleeward! We've added your Gantry Leadscrews to our Routing category,
    as well as to your builder page: Captainleeward's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    Waooo, good progress !
    Looking forward to seeing it at work !
    It will be powerful, I'm sure.
    Well done Captain,
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    Thanks Christophe, but there is a lot to do before I can get it to work, electrical system, still working on the software to operate it. :O)

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    What are you working on with the software?

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    Hi pfredX1, I am learning Mach 3 soft ware to run the router so many drop down windows.
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    Ah, Mach3. The other CNC controller. I use LinuxCNC myself. Mach3, and LinuxCNC are both forks of the same NIST EMC code base. That's something not many folks know. They're a lot different now though. Personally I don't see why anyone would shell out money for abandonware, as opposed to running the same thing free, and open source. Well, like I said, a lot of folks just don't know.

    In life what you don't know does tend to cost too. The LinuxCNC configuration Wizard is pretty straight forward. There's no menus. Just a succession of windows, with forward, and back buttons. Stepper Configuration Wizard

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    Thanks good info but I have win 98 on my other computer which I run a sign making machine and intend to use for this build so Linux is out of the question. but thanks for the info and your reply.

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    Linux is out of the question, yet you still run Windows 98? Now that's the very definition of out of the question. I thought the yo-yos still running XP to support Mach 3 were loons. You take the cake though.

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    Yes I am a loony tune for keeping my $2000k software by still using windows 98.

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