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    Default Re: Masso Mill / Router CNC Controller

    I'm about to pull the plug and get one. There are several others here that have them and like them.

    They had some growing issues as all new products do, but they are fairly solid now.



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    Default Re: Masso Mill / Router CNC Controller

    How is it going with your Masso?



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    I have purchased one .. and have not put it to work in my machine yet, but I have done a fair bit of bench testing with it.
    So far I am impressed and I feel it will be a better system than the windows /mach combo.

    Yes, there are a few 'growing pains' as it is a start-up company, but they are working hard to produce a full featured & robust controller for the hobby market.
    Unless you want to spend a small fortune for a Path-Pilot system .. or go with a Centroid Acorn (looks like a good controller, but still tied to Windows which I don't care for) .. the Masso seems to be the best of both worlds.

    Cheers ..



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    Thanks for the info! I ordered Acorn this morning.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gd.marsh View Post
    So far I am impressed and I feel it will be a better system than the windows /mach combo.
    I agree, the Masso will be much better than any system running windows. I do like the acorn, but being tied to a windows machine is what killed it for me.

    The whole point is to get rid of the windows machine, with all of its inherent problems.

    Yes, there are a few 'growing pains' as it is a start-up company, but they are working hard to produce a full featured & robust controller for the hobby market
    They are growing very fast and adding new features consistently.

    One of the reasons why I went with Masso is because the people behind it really care about your success.

    When you contact thier tech support they are more one on one and personal than most other companies, which I really appreciate.



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