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Re: maxnc driven by mach III
« Reply #10 on: January 18, 2011, 12:00:58 PM »
If MaxNC is still in business it's news to me. Their website is down, I can't contact them and I have a bunch of stuff that doesn't work on my brand new machine that I can't get fixed-- because I can't get in contact with them.

Re: maxnc driven by mach III
« Reply #11 on: January 18, 2011, 12:19:47 PM »
Wow, must have happened in the last year then.  Sorry for the bad info.  I can ask around some of the Phx guys and see if they know anything.  I was just retrofitting one of their machines last spring and exchanged a couple e-mails with them. 

A couple minutes time lapse here... 

Here is their phone number.  480-940-9414  I just called and got ahold of them.  The original company owner has taken the company back over.  The new name of the company is Ximotion pronounces See-motion.  Their new website is:

http://www.ximotion.com/

I specifically asked them if they are honoring warranties from machines sold under the previous ownership and they said if it was under the warranty terms, "Yes we are."