An open source Emco 120P lathe tool turret control

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29 Jun 2017 22:38 #95196 by LutzTD
I opened the board file provided in the toolerator website in KiCad and then used the print command and printed the appropriate layers to files. I then sent those files to pcbgogo. The files determined all they needed to know to produce the boards.

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04 Jul 2017 11:06 #95351 by andypugh

timmert wrote: How does it work sending the files to a pcb maker?
You have to solder all the components yourself I assume?


For PCB-only, yes. Some also offer a PCBA service ( including Seeed ) but this costs more, obviously. In the case of Seeed you need to select PCBA as an option and supply a bill-of-materials. I have never tried this, so don't know how it works.

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06 Sep 2017 14:24 #98584 by timmert
I got 2 PCB (unused), message if interested

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19 May 2020 12:07 - 25 May 2020 05:57 #168259 by Geko
Hello, and sorry for the Noob question!
I just got a Emcoturn120 and I like to convert the Controller as well.
But I used EdingCNC before together with a smaller Lathe, and I've much more skill in it.
That's the reason I would like to stay at EdingCNC.
Is ist possible to use other systems as LinuxCNC?

Thanks in advance and stay healthy
George
Last edit: 25 May 2020 05:57 by Geko.

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