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Need help with machine set up
« on: June 27, 2013, 10:54:55 AM »

We have a cnc that we would like to use to cut steel silhouettes and market them at craft shows. It came with Mach3 already installed and was supposed to be set up ready to run. We have not been able to get it to run properly. The guy we bought it from has not returned any of our phone calls. Then we find out the Mach3 is an unlicensed copy! We need help desparately in making this thing work asap.We need all the electronics that go with it also. It is a three axis cnc machine. So looking for someone to fix us up with the electronics needed to run the machine and configure Mach 3 to go with it.  Is there anyone out there that can get us  set it up and ready to go? We are willing to pay for your expertise! Financially, we need to make this thing go very soon. Located in Michigan. HELP PLEASE!!

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Re: Need help with machine set up
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2013, 07:55:41 PM »
This is the 4 TH thread ( others were on 6/10,20, and 23 ) you have created asking for help.
Same / similar  initial beginning post.

Folks have replied to you in the other posts.

If you keep to the same thread at least someone will have a perspective of what you need and can be additive to posted
replies. You can for example just reply and ask ..... " anybody else out there willing to help".

That said, be patient, since any and all replies are given voluntarily should they so desire to assist.

BTW, seems Jerry responded to you in the other thread

ASAP for you is not necesssarily so for others  and you should understand that.

In the mean time I would strongly suggest you start reading  the Mach mill manuals, learn about the machine you purchased and learn something about CNC. Of what value would it be if I came over to your place, installed whatever you need , set everything up, and said there you go ..........enjoy!
You would still have no clue as to what is required to make a piece on your machine.

Sorry but CNC is just not plug and play,

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