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Easy learning, CNC routers for beginner’s setting up for a job


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  1. Great work thanks for your information. I'm new to cnc routers, and thinking of getting one, I was looking at buying a cnc machine but it has automatic tool changing on it, I've looked at the software but it seems to be very difficult to work with as I want to use mach 3 and vcarve. Could you please advise me on the easiest way to go. Keep the great work coming thanks.

  2. Hi Roger, I bought a 6090 Cnc router new on Ebay some 5 mouths ago and have tried every thing but the spindle Controler is stuck in stop mode. The supplier is unable to help. The 3 axis are all working and I am using Mach3 software. Please can you advise?

  3. Thanks for uploading such informative video,
    when we change bits while carving in wood, do we have to change some setting in mac3 software, and can we change bits in mid of carving, if yes then what precautions we should take for such changes. reply as soon as possible. Thanks

  4. whats the difference between machine coordinates and work coordinates- reason when i load my g-Code- i get some weird tool paths which are beyond the work piece and workable mill area – i assume this has to do with home/machine coords? – I have my mill part shown in mach 3 but also a white dotted line 3D box where the tool path retracts to (which is beyond the limits)

  5. I thank you so much for this. I really needed help and this helps a lot. I have a question, do you need a CD to connect the CNC to computer or does mach program automatically find the router when connected via USB.

  6. One more question if you have the time. When I send the unit home it zeros at the bottom left and the Z rises to the limit switch, good so far. When a g28 is called the Z rises to the limit and trips an estop stopping the process. Any guidance?

  7. thank you for the well explained info. I am working on getting everything underway and this vid help a lot. I ran into an isue today though that you might help with. I have a CNC Router Parts bench top unit running Mach3. When i milled a round pocket it came out as an oval. the x axis dimension is correct but the y axis is short. how do I make the adjustment?
    thanks again

  8. Awesome… Very informative and helpful. I just purchased a Junan Intech 6090 machine myself – bought this machine after having watched some of your videos, for what I wanted to make I would have only needed a 400×400 – but your videos and advise helped me immensely to decide on what to but – Thank You..

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