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I transfered 2 drives a couple of weeks ago and it removed the XML file & Lic.
dropped those back in Mach folder and all was fine.

Hope this helps...Glen

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General Mach Discussion / Re: long program glitch
« on: December 06, 2009, 06:06:15 PM »
Hi sledrat, I had strang things going on with large 3d files. I turned off the ToolPath window on the Diagnostics page lower left corner
 and fixed the problem.

       Glen 

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General Mach Discussion / Re: C10 BOB parallel port problem
« on: November 08, 2009, 06:42:06 PM »
Hi David, I have a C10 BOB and it works the same way. The board gets some power from parallel port when connected.
Great little BOB.

      Glen

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Moving setup
« on: October 05, 2009, 03:00:38 PM »
Dave, you can copy your XML Document from your old Mach3 folder to the new one.

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Try step pulse to 5

     Glen

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Hello,
 My name is Glen Bales. I am a retired Mechanic 5 yrs. Some of my hobbies are Fishing, Ham radio, Computers, Building street rods, Wood working. About a year ago I stumbled across the CNCzone and started reading & reading & reading about CNC routers. NO! CNC experience. After about a week I had to have one. Built a 48" X 48" router designed as I went along. Kelig steppers & drivers, CNC4PC breakout board, Milwaukee 5625 3.5 hp router, Home built power supply, PhotoVcarve, Vcarve Pro, Cut3d, BobCAD. Works better than I ever dreamed and I can't use it enough. Hope to get a CNC Mill soon.
Mach3 is the greatest thing sense sliced bread. Keep up the good work it is appreciated by a lot of people.
I had to retire from work, just no time for work and hobbies.LOL
  Glen
  Gold Beach,OR.

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