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14 May 2019 12:40 #133738 by Todd Zuercher
Does anyone know of a list of manufacturers offering Linuxcnc as an OE control?

Or is Tormach the only one with their Path Pilot derivative?

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14 May 2019 13:10 #133742 by rodw
CandCNC with their CommandCNC plasma system and a number of others using their external THC.
And don't forget Grotius on the forum here. Plasma tables again but he also makes other machines.
EUSuplus might make plasmas too.

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19 May 2019 20:32 #134290 by andypugh

Todd Zuercher wrote: Does anyone know of a list of manufacturers offering Linuxcnc as an OE control?


Pocket-NC (it's really cute, I want one, and I actually rather like the design)
www.pocketnc.com

Smithy used to, not sure if they still do
smithy.com/cnc-programmers-guide/chapter-5
(In fact I have a feeling that it was Smithy who first took LinuxCNC out of NIST)

Probotix:
www.probotix.com

Sherline:
www.sherline.com/cnc-for-sherline-machines/

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19 May 2019 22:48 #134299 by tommylight
Several years back found on the net that one of the HDD manufacturing companies in Taiwan was using a heavily modified version to control the assembly line. Seen a video of it running. Looked after some time but could not find it. Stumbled by accident.

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