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Homemade Self-Compensating Electronic Edge Finder
Rick Sparber on rick.sparber.org
Homemade self-compensating electronic edge finder for lathes and mills. The device measures the machine resistance and stores the result. Upon touchdown, the circuit detects the drop in resistance and activates the touchdown LED. Circuit powered by a 9v battery. Capable of being interfaced with a CNC system.
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