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Ok this my be the problem.
The .m3p is an installer. If you are dropping that in the plugins folder it won't work. Plop it on your dektop, double click and it will install the .DLL in the mach folder.
There are only two components. the windows USB driver and the Mach plugin. Download the plugin from the link I gave you and double click to install.

52
No problem.
You can download the DLL by itself here
http://www.cncdrive.com/downloads.html

53
Well the config plugins should show all the plugins in that folder. I would toss out the DLL and reinstall from a fresh download.

54
In the Mach3 plugins folder is the UC100 DLL listed?

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Does it show up in the "configure plugins" menu under the config drop down?
Is it listed in the plugin control drop down?
In the Mach3 plugins folder is the UC100 DLL listed?

Derek

56
Did you do all the steps in the PDF?
http://cncdrive.com/MC/UC100%20datasheet/UC100%20users%20guide.pdf
When you plugged the UC-100 in did it load the drivers.
Did Mach ask you what controller you wanted to use when you started it?

Derek

57
Hi
Is anyone using the onboard analog output on the UC-300 to control their VFD.
I'd be interested in what kind of results you are getting.

I'm also interested in adding an encoder to the spindle so any feedback on that would be great as well.

Thanks
Derek

58
I would say that's probably correct. I have UC-100's on my 2 routers and  UC-300 on my mill. The UC-300 is controlling 5 axis. X,Y,Z , A for the 4th axis and C for the ATC carousel. It's also controlling 8 outputs and 12  inputs. If your running a single parallel port now then the UC-100 will be fine.

derek

59
Hi Scott
Have you checked out Misumi products? I bought several sets of their end bearings and have been very happy.

Derek

60
I couldn't agree more about the Kflop. Unfortunately for me I had to abandon it. Which really disappointed me as it seemed like the possibilities were huge. The C programing was just going to be too heavy of a lift with my current workload. I opted to go with the UC-300 controller which has been working really well for me. In the next couple of weeks I'm going to offload my ATC functions from the Pokeys to the        UC-300. It has plenty oh IO for the job.

Derek

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