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    Default Mach3 WRITTEN instructions??

    Does anyone know of any WRITTEN instructions for Mach3?
    I know there's online instructions, but I can't quite hear or understand what is being said. The joys of using noisey equipment in my younger years, as hearing protection wasn't heard of back then.
    Thanks in advance,
    Kryn
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    Kryn
    Have you tried turning by on the subtitles on the YouTube videos

    Rick

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    THANK YOU that's exactly what I was looking for. Hopefully I can get to cut some pieces this week end.
    Thanks again,
    Kryn
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    Quote Originally Posted by warrick View Post
    Kryn
    Have you tried turning by on the subtitles on the YouTube videos Rick
    Usually by the time I have read the subtitles, what they were showing has gone!!! YEP I'm a slow reader
    Kryn
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    Hi Kryn....your machine was working. What seems to be the problem?

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    Kryn, i am back home....you very welcome to pop by and we can spend the whole day sorting it for you. The machine is great you need to use it

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    Hi Erick,I know it's a GREAT machine, it's the operator that's the problem!!!!!!!
    Just trying to work out the mach settings, Depth of cut, XYZ diameters and all the other little things that the Operator has forgotten when we went through it.
    Maybe I need to call around again just so you can show/tell me what buttons to press/hit.
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    So, did you manage to at least open the correct mach3? and are you now able to jog the machine???

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    Like i said you most welcome to pop by for a day....i will be home most of this week

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    Manage to get it onto the milling side of it, but not any movement yet. Still studying the 160 odd pages of the Manuel.
    Thanks,
    Kryn
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    Well, if you REALLY need my help i can pop around your place?? better than you cart the machine all the way here

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    Kryn...how is it going with the cnc? Also i see you having trouble with a control board/transformer. I have lots of pcb mount transformers lying around also i have some experience in board repairs

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    Hi Erick, STILL trying to get my head around the Mach3 bit!!!! Reading the manuel isn't helping, as trying read and do, I think I'm an empty head.
    Will definitely have to come for a visit, to be shown AGAIN
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    Not a problem, this time we can take notes and i will take you through it step by step....you welcome to bring the faulty control card/s along

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