I purchased a Ez Trak (1998-2000 vintage) for $1,660 this spring and finally purchased a rotary phase converter to power it. It's set up in the back corner of my garage. l wired in in last weekend and the monitor was blank although the light on the switch for the monitor was illuminated. I was having doubts that the thing was giong to work. I inspected the terminal connections in the electrical cabinet and found a disconnected wire this weekend. I now have a working CNC bridgeport mill complete with installation an maintainence manuals. Next step will be to purchase an R8 collet set. The mill also has a power drawbar installed. My only concern at this point is that the stepdown transformer is delivering 126v and the machine spec says it should be 115 +/- 5v. Is this really a concern, an electrician at the plant where I work indicated that it would not be a problem?
i would be more concerned with the axis drive power supply. So far though you are doing very well and the price cannot be beat!
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