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    first off sorry if this is the wrong place to post it i'm new to posting here

    i have one of these cheap usb controllers for mach 3 i'm using in a 190vmc conversion and all of the axis' work perfectly however i can't seem to get the spindle to work for me at all, i've looked all over trying to find how to use the 10v analog output for the speed, whatever settings i change i always get a 0v reading from the terminal, somewhere showed them using one of the output pins being used as a pwm signal, couldn't get that to work but that would be a 24v pwm signal so would need a voltage divider and RC circuit to smooth anyway.

    and yes i do have the power hooked up to 24v

    i've gone through a paraport bob and now this trying to get things to work right and am starting to think i should have just spent the money on a smoothstepper, would that make life a bit easier?
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