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    Default UCCNC400ETH & Mach3?

    Noob question.
    Anyone using this combination of UCCNC400 & Mach3?
    I've seen a plugin for it but is the setup stable?

    Should I just go with the ESS Smoothstepper and not look at anything else when the time comes?

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    Default Re: UCCNC400ETH & Mach3?

    It should be just as stable as the ESS.
    I'd recommend the AXBB-E. It has more features, and you don't need a breakout board.
    I'd also pay the $60 and switch to UCCNC, which is far superior to Mach3.

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    Default Re: UCCNC400ETH & Mach3?

    Quote Originally Posted by dazp1976 View Post
    Noob question.
    Anyone using this combination of UCCNC400 & Mach3?
    I've seen a plugin for it but is the setup stable?

    Should I just go with the ESS Smoothstepper and not look at anything else when the time comes?
    I used that combination for some time and it worked fine, but then moved to UCCNC.



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    Default Re: UCCNC400ETH & Mach3?

    Uccnc is better than mach 3 .
    I wolud not use mach 3 after i use uccnc .



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