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General Mach Discussion / Windows CE.net Operating System
« on: November 02, 2014, 06:32:26 PM »
Hello All,

I was on the hunt for a small footprint motherboard to fit out a new CNC controller when I ran into a compete system in a box and it a fan less type setup.

Anyway I bought one with the idea of using it as it was a complete system that I could pull and arrange as I needed in my box.

The operating system is Windows CE.net.  Can I update this to XP or just reuse it or use CE as the controller software.  Anyone out there accomplished this?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Lee

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Hello all,

I'm ready to setup a new computer that'll only be used with my CNC comversion of an SX3 mill. 

Do I need to have the internet installed or for that matter  any other programs than Mach3?

I also want to reformat this drive and erase any all the programs on HD as well?  I've read somewhere that you can burn an image onto a CD to make it bootable and also reinstall Windows again.

Thanks for any help in optimizing this computer for just working in the shop.

Regards,

Lee

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General Mach Discussion / Need a New Mother Board for my Computer
« on: August 11, 2014, 12:18:00 PM »
Hello,

Actually I want to build an all in one box for my CNC Router.  I have no idea what motherboard would be appropriate to run Mach3 other than I need a parallel port.

I'd appreciate some suggestions on purchasing mom board and at this point I want the smallest one I can find to support my Mach3 CNC Router.


Thanks,

Lee

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Hello,

I have a homing switch that is depressed when mounted to the machine.  The normal position is when the switch is not depressed and I want to activate the home position when the switch is no longer depressed.  

I can't seem to find a way to make Mach3 think that the depressed switch is the normal when not homed?  Is anyone familiar with my dilemma?

Thanks,

Lee

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Newfangled Solutions Mach3 Wizards / Licensing
« on: June 28, 2013, 01:27:02 PM »
I would like to purchase Mill Wizards program but have a question.  I like to use my laptop to work out what I'n going to do in the shop and save to a thumb drive, then out to the shop.  With the Mill Wizard will I be able to do this or is it neccessary to install it on the shop computer.  My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 64 bit version running Windows 7 Home Premium.

Thanks,

Lee

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