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    Default USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    Just have a look and see my new 4 axes USB based CNC controller.
    Now i have also hardware DIY-KITs available!
    See: Eding CNC - PC based CNC control

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    i am looking for a usbcnc controler with display and options in it to choose what program to download and thing like that, can some one help me?



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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    Couldn't see any hardware DIY kits?

    The completed USB controllers are very expensive...

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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    I wonder why you call it USB when it's actually Ethernet. Or is it still a USB controller? If Ethernet, I'll definitely have to look into it.


    CPU5A4E Advanced 4 axes with Ethernet



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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    CPU5A4 is USB, CPU5A4E is Ethernet.
    The name is no longer USBCNC, but has changed into EdingCNC.
    Adavantage to ethernet is stabliity against EMI noise and long cabling.
    The price seems high, but don't forget, it includes the software.
    Software is being developed further every single day, there is already 25 man-years in this software.
    If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
    I am also reachable by email via the webpage/contact.
    Bert



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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    Yes OK, I will have a look at the software . The Ethernet card is what I was looking at, because of it's greater immunity to electrical noise. Can the software output a signal when a tool change is necessary so a plc can do tool change routine?



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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    Yes, it is possible, you can add M54/M55 commands for controlling the AUX outputs in the change_tool subroutine of the macro.cnc file.
    The tool change must be set to automatic for this in the setup.
    change_tool is then called when an m6t.. is encountered in the g-code.
    This way you can also program the entire sequence in the g-code itself of you like. PLC not really needed like this but possible.
    You can also wait using M56 on an input wher the PLC tells you it is ready with the tool change.
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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    One last question, my CAM program output standard Fanuc gCode. Will EdingCNC software have to be modified for it to interpret motion and commands correctly?
    Thanks.



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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    There are many dialects of g-code. The Eding CNC g-code is also a Fanuc variant.
    Some tweaking may be needed in the post processor.
    Ofthen only the dirst line of the geberated g-code is wrong, mostly this is easily adapatble in the CAM post processor.
    If you find and EMC or MACH3 post, it may work directly.
    Up til today, there is no CAM software that we couldn't get working with EdingCNC.
    If you need help, just contact me.
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    Default Re: USBCNC now comes with hardware for a really low price!!

    Quote Originally Posted by G59 View Post
    One last question, my CAM program output standard Fanuc gCode. Will EdingCNC software have to be modified for it to interpret motion and commands correctly?
    Thanks.
    Just saw this is 2 years old, but yes, I use OneCNC XR4 Mill Expert, and use the FANUC 22 post-processor....



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