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    I picked up a TECHNO LCSeries 4848 cnc router table at a government auction.

    I know this will NOT be a "plug-n-Play" table but I am at a complete loss as to how to proceed.

    Any advice, sources for parts, software, etc. and offers of help would be greatly appreciated.

    If you COME HERE to Franklin Kentucky and get me going, I will gladly pay you for your time and expenses.

    Lets begin with questions I may, or may not be able to answer. Any initial testing I can do? Photos to show existing (or missing?) components? I know you folks will be able to help me turn this into ... something!

    Joe
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    Default Re: Bought it - Now what?

    Joe,

    Happy to help. We fully support this machine 7 days a week.
    From the picture, you don't have the main computer (it's a windows PC) and probably not the PCI Card. If you do have these things, perfect, plug everything in and see if it works.
    If you don't have them, no worries, we stock them - let me know.
    All of our work and parts are covered by our 5 year warranty.
    We can almost certainly get you going without a visit, but if you want one, that's an option as well.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Regards,
    Eric

    Eric Feldman - Design Engineer, Programmer
    Armor CNC - http://www.armorcnc.com Support hours: 7am thru 10pm EST, 7 days a week


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