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Old Wed 24 March 2010, 20:42
Art
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Lancaster,Texas
United States of America
Z zero setter REALLY fantastic

At http://cnczone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=100594 . It is an addon to the Mach Blue screen set. Short version. At boot up do a reference all. Using the movable puck tool is zeroed to material. From now to machine power down the tool is zeroed using fixed touch off.
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Old Thu 25 March 2010, 04:08
danilom
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Novi Sad
Serbia
It's a great info! Works really well in the video, it will be the first thing to setup when my machine starts moving.

Thank you!
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Old Thu 25 March 2010, 04:44
Robert M
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Lac-Brome, Qc
Canada
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Hey, hi Art….
Great to see your still around and active member !!
Thanks for sharing this, not all are updated with this or see all what’s up on the CNCzone!
I too will be installing this when time comes….seems like a BIG +
Amicalement, Robert
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Old Thu 25 March 2010, 09:05
dragonfinder1
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Astoria, Oregon
United States of America
I've been using it for some time and love it. Also I use the laser zeroing tool for the "x" "y" axis as well.

http://www.cnczone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48752
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Old Sat 27 March 2010, 05:36
Johannescnc
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Hannover, DE
Germany
Ditto! It works great!
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Old Sat 27 March 2010, 07:02
Art
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Lancaster,Texas
United States of America
still lurking

Finished up the JoeCNC Hybrid and it is a nice low use machine. Next project will be a 4by4 80 watt laser. helping devolop a DIY kit. Part of that will be to build another MM which I hope will be a 4by4 but will see if I really need a 4by8. Hybrid just won't hold up to the alumnium cutting that I will need. Will be great to be able to mill my own parts as planning of using a lot of PVC and alumnium in the MM. So much good information out there!
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