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    Hello
    Ive recently purchased a bridgeport seriesI milling machine and a colchester triumph mk1 and a half lathe, i have got two inverters ready to get them powered up from single phase, when ive got them running i'm going to attempt cnc conversion on the miller, anyone any experience with this, any tips , advice would be gratefully recieved.
    Cheers
    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philmollatt View Post
    Hello
    Ive recently purchased a bridgeport seriesI milling machine and a colchester triumph mk1 and a half lathe, i have got two inverters ready to get them powered up from single phase, when ive got them running i'm going to attempt cnc conversion on the miller, anyone any experience with this, any tips , advice would be gratefully recieved.
    Cheers
    Phil
    Hi Philmollatt, for your Bridgeport conversion, you might like to have a look at this site and give the guy there a call www.routoutcnc.com The Mach 3 PC based Drive is very good and they can supply all the hardware you will need to built a stepper motor type conversion to your machine

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    Thanks mate, ill have a browse round thier site later

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