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  1. Quote Originally Posted by A_Camera View Post
    I have their UC300 controllers (have one for USB and one for ETH) and they both support Mach3 as well. If this new one is going to have drivers for Mach 3 or not, I have no idea, but CNC Drive have a pretty good support forum where you can ask that.

    In fact, I just had a quick look, and there is an answer already to the same question:

    http://www.forum.cncdrive.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=1834

    Otherwise everything is proprietary, as far as I know, there are no generic controllers, and also in my experience, UCCNC is better than Mach3.
    Hi A_Camera,

    Good find.

    CNCdrive really supports their customers right.

    Grtz Bert.

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  3. #12
    I've ordered one....its on its way! 😁

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieRam View Post
    I've ordered one....its on its way! 😁
    Are you using this on a router with slaved axis? If the axis are slaved using 2 motors will it be able to do that with the independent homing to square the axis? Just asking!!!
    ..Clive
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  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by lp_felix View Post
    It's a nice one, but I would like to try something like this
    https://app.alibaba.com/dynamiclink?...areScene=buyer

    I don't buy one yet because e can configure one machine with uccnc im 10 minutes, and a controller like this probably will take days.
    The guys from uccnc should develop a physical front panel and make a new screen using the same philosophy of industrial controller.
    I think I have found something like that a few weeks ago..

    I think it's a business opportunity..

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  6. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Clive S View Post
    Are you using this on a router with slaved axis? If the axis are slaved using 2 motors will it be able to do that with the independent homing to square the axis? Just asking!!!
    My machine doesn't have a slave axis, I was considering the uc400 but then I saw this controller with the software....its a no brainer for me to try it 😊 £160 shipped

  7. Quote Originally Posted by CharlieRam View Post
    My machine doesn't have a slave axis, I was considering the uc400 but then I saw this controller with the software....its a no brainer for me to try it £160 shipped
    Oh ok,

    Keep me posted, really interested on your findings.

    Grtz Bert.


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  8. #17
    Will do but I hope you're patient....I've been working on my machine for 4 years!

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Doddy View Post
    Indeed, a fine looking board. I can't find any reference to anything other than UCCNC. Is this a proprietary interface for UCCNC or are there similar drivers for Mach as for the other UCx00 interfaces?
    In the meantime, during the night, they have released the driver for Mach3.

    http://cncdrive.com/AXBB.html

  10. #19
    I bought one to use as a test setup for my desk to be used when developing custom screens and macros. Still waiting on some other components, but it's a really nice package.
    Gerry
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