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Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

Constantine Christophi
 

I've tried editing the MSD as you say with no luck. 

I know Emco UK just referred my request to Emco Austria, so why not email them and see if you can get it directly?

Happy to send you my MSD, I just know it won't work though.


On Thu, 29 Oct 2020 at 12:20, Jayps <jpsimons777@...> wrote:
Good day

Yes I am aware of what the MSD file's purpose is thank you for the info , the problem is here in my country Emco is not a '' Big brand'' don't get me wrong they make awesome machines if not some of the best I just mean Haas and Hurco and those guys are so full here that we basically only have one guy in our country and he also does our neighboring countries emco machines as well. 

I just thought if I can get the MSD files just to fix my error I am receiving to get the machine to go into it's software , I can ask for the parameters and edit it to be correct before starting machining etc.

I have the $MSD$ file but when I try to go into my software to use my siemens panel it asks for a $MSD1$ file and so far that I have seen only the MSD file has your cereal number in with it. the MSD1 seems to be an extra parameter file without serial number at the top.

This was just my idea because I just want to see if the error persists even if I have the correct files because they have selled this machine across the country countless times to countless people because they could not fix it but they did not know much about the msd files etc. 

Please let me know what you think of my suggestion.

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 

On Thu, Oct 29, 2020 at 12:03 PM wild_kow <jwild@...> wrote:
Hi,

The MSD has all the parameters for a specific individual machine such as travel, reference position and much more. One machine's MSD will not have all the correct parameters for another machine. You can alter the parameters if you can understand the software code but you need a password to open the editing software.

John W


From: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io> on behalf of Constantine Christophi via groups.io <conners=magload.co.uk@groups.io>
Sent: 29 October 2020 08:30
To: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Emco-CNC-Users] AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine
 
Hi

Get in contact with your local Emco reseller. If you provide them with your serial number, they'll give you your MSD image. Emco UK were very helpful!

I also have a PC Turn 120 from 1997-98 (can't remember right now) so I can send you my MSD if you like, but I'm reasonably sure the serial number has to match your machine. Mines out of commission right now as there's a fault with the opto sensor on the tool changer.

Thanks 
Conners 

On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 at 14:44, Jayps <jpsimons777@...> wrote:
Good day

I have an EMCO PC Turn 120 1997 model with the RS 485 card original from emco. But I believe the previous owners lost some of the msd files. I have the MSD files that I have on a floppy , but after installation I get an error code $MSD1$.dat file is missing and I also do not have that file on my MSD floppy that's why I believe it is missing. And then when you press ok it gives me another error " SIE840D caused an exception c000000dH in module MSVCR80.DLL at 0167 :78179f0b. "

I read the post on this where you commented you have all your original msd files. Would you please be so kind to send them to me I would really appreciate it a lot. And if you have any more info that can assist me I would love to hear more about it please as I am new with this emco cnc. I have the 840D/810D siemens controll panel with computer box that has the ISA RS 485 card in. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

Jayps
 

Good day

Yes I am aware of what the MSD file's purpose is thank you for the info , the problem is here in my country Emco is not a '' Big brand'' don't get me wrong they make awesome machines if not some of the best I just mean Haas and Hurco and those guys are so full here that we basically only have one guy in our country and he also does our neighboring countries emco machines as well. 

I just thought if I can get the MSD files just to fix my error I am receiving to get the machine to go into it's software , I can ask for the parameters and edit it to be correct before starting machining etc.

I have the $MSD$ file but when I try to go into my software to use my siemens panel it asks for a $MSD1$ file and so far that I have seen only the MSD file has your cereal number in with it. the MSD1 seems to be an extra parameter file without serial number at the top.

This was just my idea because I just want to see if the error persists even if I have the correct files because they have selled this machine across the country countless times to countless people because they could not fix it but they did not know much about the msd files etc. 

Please let me know what you think of my suggestion.

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 

On Thu, Oct 29, 2020 at 12:03 PM wild_kow <jwild@...> wrote:
Hi,

The MSD has all the parameters for a specific individual machine such as travel, reference position and much more. One machine's MSD will not have all the correct parameters for another machine. You can alter the parameters if you can understand the software code but you need a password to open the editing software.

John W


From: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io> on behalf of Constantine Christophi via groups.io <conners=magload.co.uk@groups.io>
Sent: 29 October 2020 08:30
To: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Emco-CNC-Users] AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine
 
Hi

Get in contact with your local Emco reseller. If you provide them with your serial number, they'll give you your MSD image. Emco UK were very helpful!

I also have a PC Turn 120 from 1997-98 (can't remember right now) so I can send you my MSD if you like, but I'm reasonably sure the serial number has to match your machine. Mines out of commission right now as there's a fault with the opto sensor on the tool changer.

Thanks 
Conners 

On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 at 14:44, Jayps <jpsimons777@...> wrote:
Good day

I have an EMCO PC Turn 120 1997 model with the RS 485 card original from emco. But I believe the previous owners lost some of the msd files. I have the MSD files that I have on a floppy , but after installation I get an error code $MSD1$.dat file is missing and I also do not have that file on my MSD floppy that's why I believe it is missing. And then when you press ok it gives me another error " SIE840D caused an exception c000000dH in module MSVCR80.DLL at 0167 :78179f0b. "

I read the post on this where you commented you have all your original msd files. Would you please be so kind to send them to me I would really appreciate it a lot. And if you have any more info that can assist me I would love to hear more about it please as I am new with this emco cnc. I have the 840D/810D siemens controll panel with computer box that has the ISA RS 485 card in. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

wild_kow
 

Hi,

The MSD has all the parameters for a specific individual machine such as travel, reference position and much more. One machine's MSD will not have all the correct parameters for another machine. You can alter the parameters if you can understand the software code but you need a password to open the editing software.

John W


From: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io> on behalf of Constantine Christophi via groups.io <conners@...>
Sent: 29 October 2020 08:30
To: Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io <Emco-CNC-Users@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [Emco-CNC-Users] AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine
 
Hi

Get in contact with your local Emco reseller. If you provide them with your serial number, they'll give you your MSD image. Emco UK were very helpful!

I also have a PC Turn 120 from 1997-98 (can't remember right now) so I can send you my MSD if you like, but I'm reasonably sure the serial number has to match your machine. Mines out of commission right now as there's a fault with the opto sensor on the tool changer.

Thanks 
Conners 

On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 at 14:44, Jayps <jpsimons777@...> wrote:
Good day

I have an EMCO PC Turn 120 1997 model with the RS 485 card original from emco. But I believe the previous owners lost some of the msd files. I have the MSD files that I have on a floppy , but after installation I get an error code $MSD1$.dat file is missing and I also do not have that file on my MSD floppy that's why I believe it is missing. And then when you press ok it gives me another error " SIE840D caused an exception c000000dH in module MSVCR80.DLL at 0167 :78179f0b. "

I read the post on this where you commented you have all your original msd files. Would you please be so kind to send them to me I would really appreciate it a lot. And if you have any more info that can assist me I would love to hear more about it please as I am new with this emco cnc. I have the 840D/810D siemens controll panel with computer box that has the ISA RS 485 card in. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

Constantine Christophi
 

Hi

Get in contact with your local Emco reseller. If you provide them with your serial number, they'll give you your MSD image. Emco UK were very helpful!

I also have a PC Turn 120 from 1997-98 (can't remember right now) so I can send you my MSD if you like, but I'm reasonably sure the serial number has to match your machine. Mines out of commission right now as there's a fault with the opto sensor on the tool changer.

Thanks 
Conners 

On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 at 14:44, Jayps <jpsimons777@...> wrote:
Good day

I have an EMCO PC Turn 120 1997 model with the RS 485 card original from emco. But I believe the previous owners lost some of the msd files. I have the MSD files that I have on a floppy , but after installation I get an error code $MSD1$.dat file is missing and I also do not have that file on my MSD floppy that's why I believe it is missing. And then when you press ok it gives me another error " SIE840D caused an exception c000000dH in module MSVCR80.DLL at 0167 :78179f0b. "

I read the post on this where you commented you have all your original msd files. Would you please be so kind to send them to me I would really appreciate it a lot. And if you have any more info that can assist me I would love to hear more about it please as I am new with this emco cnc. I have the 840D/810D siemens controll panel with computer box that has the ISA RS 485 card in. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

Jayps
 

Good day

I have an EMCO PC Turn 120 1997 model with the RS 485 card original from emco. But I believe the previous owners lost some of the msd files. I have the MSD files that I have on a floppy , but after installation I get an error code $MSD1$.dat file is missing and I also do not have that file on my MSD floppy that's why I believe it is missing. And then when you press ok it gives me another error " SIE840D caused an exception c000000dH in module MSVCR80.DLL at 0167 :78179f0b. "

I read the post on this where you commented you have all your original msd files. Would you please be so kind to send them to me I would really appreciate it a lot. And if you have any more info that can assist me I would love to hear more about it please as I am new with this emco cnc. I have the 840D/810D siemens controll panel with computer box that has the ISA RS 485 card in. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: AC88 (PC Mill 50 and PC Turn 50 ) Machine Passwords Found! Please take a look if you have a functioning stock control AC88 Machine

Jayps
 

Hi Travis

I have a EMCO PC TURN 120 with Siemens panel 840D/810D with RS 485 card in my computer 1997 model running windows 98. 

I don't seem to have the $MSD1$.dat file and when I open the program after installation and installation  went smoothly without any problems I get an error $MSD1$.dat is missing I do not have the file anywhere on my system or floppy's or disc I received with the machine . Can you please give me any info of where I can find the files or how they should look etc. 

Thank you for your time

Kind regards 


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

JDT
 

The motor plate indicates the motor is a Baumuller (Nuremberg); 95v. 5.6 amp.) . Another of your countrymen who has been very helpful to me in
trying to get my machine operational advises that my machine is 120vAC input and 90vDC output. My machine stopped operating when a small part I was making worked loose and jammed the spindle briefly before I could shut off the machine. I have checked all fuses, replaced the potentiometer, and replaced the thyristors and diodes on the board. I have verified that the motor will still run using an independent power source. I do not know how to check all the board components, so am looking to replace the whole board.

I do have access to , and accounts with, eBay and Amazon, but do not know specifically what to look for other than an OEM replacement board.

Regarding my location, I live in the western part of the state of Kentucky in the US. I am twice retired from a totally unrelated profession and now function basically as a hobbyist who uses my machine to make small parts, typically using its manual mode of operation. I was in the process of learning to program the CNC mode through the machine keyboard when my shutdown occurred. I have no real electronics training or background other than what info I have gleaned from reading an advice from forum members.

Maybe we should continue our correspondence outside of this forum?

I am very appreciative for your help!

JDT
Toler_j@...

On Oct 22, 2020, at 2:26 AM, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:



Yes, I remembered & forgot to mention - ours is a 240 volt supply. The design of the controller means the motor has to be less than the supply voltage, so if you have the 180v motor - it's on the rating plate - you will have 220v on the controller board, possibly by a transformer. Have a look at the motor rating plate. Let's start with that.
Now, I'm going to make the not unrealistic assumption that if you are using a NC lathe, you have a level of capability and understanding that means that if I describe an engineering solution that's not directly in your competence, you will find assistance useful. It's the joy of engineering, after all. So, once we establish the input voltage, we can go from there. I would be delighted to offload this thing, but I am also delighted with the new part, and it would make sense for you. Do you have access to Amazon or eBay? I can see those sites here & can spot something useful. Perhaps I could get one of the new parts here & send it to you along with the old board. Let's start with the voltage, and maybe have a look to see if there's a 110 - 240v transformer in the box.
The Emco controller has mains in, motor out & a speed control pot, & the new controller will do all of that. I have mach3 on mine, so the software controls the motor speed too. The control inputs on the old board are all at mains potential, the new are isolated.
I have no interest in selling the new part, I was just knocked out by the quality & functionality of the thing, & I'd always go for the best solution.
Where are you in the US? I have travelled a bit, & I'm always interested in other people's world. We think the world is what we see, but there's much more we don't.

Best
sdk
Simon
On Wednesday, 21 October 2020, 15:46:15 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


Thanks for the video. Your board is the same as my faulty one. I would like to get it. But first, let me ask about the Chinese alternative that you recommend. Does the Chinese unit replace the whole board, including the speed controller? Does it use the same existing connectors? My electronics knowledge and skills are pretty limited, so I am looking for a fairly simple solution. What is the source for it? Company name? Thanks for your help!

JDT


On Oct 21, 2020, at 9:23 AM, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Sorry - try that.
https://youtu.be/vK2yv8OcqO8
too modern for me, this yoooootooooob stuff
sdk


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 17:12:11 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:



Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
sdk
Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT


Re: retrofit

FRANCOIS JACQUES
 

Bonjour a tous

 Oui c est possible pour les axes en conservant les moteurs, pour la broche en conservant l asservissement il faubra peut être investir dans un servo moderne. Vas tu vendre la commande d origine (TM02) ?
A bientôt.
Jacques.

Le mer. 21 oct. 2020 à 16:02, Contact <contact@...> a écrit :
Bonjour à tous,

J'ai une emco vmc 100 non modifiée je souhaite la rétrofiter.
Est que je peux garder le moteurs et juste changer l'électronique et le logiciel?

Cordialement
Olivier


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

Chile Bike
 


Yes, I remembered & forgot to mention - ours is a 240 volt supply. The design of the controller means the motor has to be less than the supply voltage, so if you have the 180v motor - it's on the rating plate - you will have 220v on the controller board, possibly by a transformer. Have a look at the motor rating plate. Let's start with that.
Now, I'm going to make the not unrealistic assumption that if you are using a NC lathe, you have a level of capability and understanding that means that if I describe an engineering solution that's not directly in your competence, you will find assistance useful. It's the joy of engineering, after all. So, once we establish the input voltage, we can go from there. I would be delighted to offload this thing, but I am also delighted with the new part, and it would make sense for you. Do you have access to Amazon or eBay? I can see those sites here & can spot something useful. Perhaps I could get one of the new parts here & send it to you along with the old board. Let's start with the voltage, and maybe have a look to see if there's a 110 - 240v transformer in the box.
The Emco controller has mains in, motor out & a speed control pot, & the new controller will do all of that. I have mach3 on mine, so the software controls the motor speed too. The control inputs on the old board are all at mains potential, the new are isolated.
I have no interest in selling the new part, I was just knocked out by the quality & functionality of the thing, & I'd always go for the best solution.
Where are you in the US? I have travelled a bit, & I'm always interested in other people's world. We think the world is what we see, but there's much more we don't.

Best
sdk
Simon

On Wednesday, 21 October 2020, 15:46:15 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


Thanks for the video. Your board is the same as my faulty one. I would like to get it. But first, let me ask about the Chinese alternative that you recommend. Does the Chinese unit replace the whole board, including the speed controller? Does it use the same existing connectors? My electronics knowledge and skills are pretty limited, so I am looking for a fairly simple solution. What is the source for it? Company name? Thanks for your help!

JDT


On Oct 21, 2020, at 9:23 AM, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Sorry - try that.
https://youtu.be/vK2yv8OcqO8
too modern for me, this yoooootooooob stuff
sdk


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 17:12:11 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:



Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
sdk
Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

JDT
 

Thanks for the video. Your board is the same as my faulty one. I would like to get it. But first, let me ask about the Chinese alternative that you recommend. Does the Chinese unit replace the whole board, including the speed controller? Does it use the same existing connectors? My electronics knowledge and skills are pretty limited, so I am looking for a fairly simple solution. What is the source for it? Company name? Thanks for your help!

JDT


On Oct 21, 2020, at 9:23 AM, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Sorry - try that.
https://youtu.be/vK2yv8OcqO8
too modern for me, this yoooootooooob stuff
sdk


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 17:12:11 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:



Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
sdk
Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT


retrofit

Contact
 

Bonjour à tous,

J'ai une emco vmc 100 non modifiée je souhaite la rétrofiter.
Est que je peux garder le moteurs et juste changer l'électronique et le logiciel?

Cordialement
Olivier


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

Chile Bike
 

Sorry - try that.
https://youtu.be/vK2yv8OcqO8
too modern for me, this yoooootooooob stuff
sdk


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 17:12:11 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:



Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
sdk
Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT


manuel électrique VMC100

Contact
 

Bonjour à tous,
Je recherche la documentation électrique d'une VMC100 en français.

Cordialement 
Olivier


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...>
 

United Kingdom


On Tue, 20 Oct 2020 21:32 Roderick Mellott, <rodm717@...> wrote:
Where is Devon? 

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 3:53 PM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
I'm down in devon. Can do pics and co next time I get into the workshop.

On Tue, 20 Oct 2020, 6:48 pm marty_in_mesa, <marty.escarcega@...> wrote:
As Always, Pictures, Price and location please

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 10:47 AM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
Looking to sell my compact 5 CNC emco lath. All original no mods. With tool auto post . Anyone interested?


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

Roderick Mellott
 

Where is Devon? 


On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 3:53 PM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
I'm down in devon. Can do pics and co next time I get into the workshop.

On Tue, 20 Oct 2020, 6:48 pm marty_in_mesa, <marty.escarcega@...> wrote:
As Always, Pictures, Price and location please

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 10:47 AM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
Looking to sell my compact 5 CNC emco lath. All original no mods. With tool auto post . Anyone interested?


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...>
 

I'm down in devon. Can do pics and co next time I get into the workshop.


On Tue, 20 Oct 2020, 6:48 pm marty_in_mesa, <marty.escarcega@...> wrote:
As Always, Pictures, Price and location please

On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 10:47 AM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
Looking to sell my compact 5 CNC emco lath. All original no mods. With tool auto post . Anyone interested?


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

Chile Bike
 

I'll get some pictures together & connect it up to show it working. It's had new triacs & other bits & pieces as I've had to fix it a few times, but the Chinese replacement saw it off in my Mach 3 conversion. Sadly my motor went bang, the balance material came off, so I've put another motor on. Still trying to get this machne to cut something to find if it will do what I want.
sdk


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 17:12:11 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:



Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT
On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
sdk
Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

marty_in_mesa
 

As Always, Pictures, Price and location please


On Tue, Oct 20, 2020, 10:47 AM nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...> wrote:
Looking to sell my compact 5 CNC emco lath. All original no mods. With tool auto post . Anyone interested?


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

nicholas Gear <Nicholasgear@...>
 

Looking to sell my compact 5 CNC emco lath. All original no mods. With tool auto post . Anyone interested?


Re: Compact 5 and F1 upgrade.

JDT
 


Sounds great! Very generous of you! Any chance you can send a pic of the board to insure it is the same? I live in Kentucky in USA. Where are you? Just trying to guestimate postage costs.  You can email me at Toler_j@....  Thanks!

JDT

On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 10:21:49 AM CDT, Chile Bike via groups.io <chile_bike@...> wrote:


Buddy,
I have one of these, it's seperated from the speed control part, but that's there as well, and you are welcome to have it for the cost of postage. However, you might want to look at one of these:
AC180V-260V Input DC220V Output 8A adjust PWM DC Motor Speed Controller Driver

eBay item number:
112212401393
which is about 1000% better - speed to zero, isolated inputs, no choke. Just get the 180 volt version. I'm happy to get rid of this thing, I have enough junk already!
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Simon Kay


On Tuesday, 20 October 2020, 13:32:01 BST, JDT <toler_j@...> wrote:


If you are retrofitting the Compact 5, I would be interested in buying some of the discarded original parts. I have a Compact 5 that is in need of an EMCO A6A/112001  motor control board. I can purchase or have extra parts to trade if you have parts needs. Thanks!

JDT

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