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    I started a cnc 2006 in 2010 and got all the materials, electronics, hardware, etc and then retired. After building a house, starting a vineyard, building a winery, etc etc. I still have everything but the assembly instructions. I have spent a bunch of time trying to find them in this forum but can't seem to run on to them.

    I am getting a 30 year old to help me with this so I kind of need step by step instructions. Plus my memory is 10 years older Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Larry

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    What details of motors drives controller etc?
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    If it is a Joe's CNC 2006, have you tried contacting them at Joe's Cnc Home
    At least one page has a 2020 copyright notice so seems still active.

    If it is a Joe's, I found a link to a zip file that has some information.
    http://fennetic.net/pub/Joes%20CNC%2...2006%20R-2.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshaJ847 View Post
    If it is a Joe's CNC 2006, have you tried contacting them at Joe's Cnc Home
    At least one page has a 2020 copyright notice so seems still active.

    If it is a Joe's, I found a link to a zip file that has some information.
    http://fennetic.net/pub/Joes%20CNC%2...2006%20R-2.zip

    Marsha
    This was exactly what I was looking for. I have the template for the MDF to cut it out but didn't remember how many of each etc. This will get my friend to going and maybe still get it working after all this time.

    Thank you
    Larrey



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