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Question: you have asked me a ? that I do not know what you are talking about

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You are just sending a lot off dust

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are you able to supply a control board only

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Yes.

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  • i do nto have a compagnie but i ordered parts from you that are at custom what to do

    If your shipment is held in customs in your country, you need to contact the customs department to determine why it is being held.

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    i do nto have a compagnie but i ordered parts from you that are at custom what to do

  • Do you know what drivers the xylotex control boxes have

    After looking at their site, we cannot determine what drivers are used in the xylotex control box.

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    Do you know what drivers the xylotex control boxes have

  • Do you have any tutorial about conecting emergency stop buttom?

    We currently do not have a tutorial on setting up the emergency e-stop button, however it works very similar to a limit switch. (limit switch tutorial: https://buildyourcnc.com/PrimeronHomingandLimitSwitches.aspx)

    There is 2 sides to the e-stop, first being green NO-Normally Open and secondly being red NC-Normally Closed. From these two sides you will have too choose in which manner you would like to wired the e-stop.
    If you plan on smashing the button when there is a problem, (as we all do :D) we would recommend wiring it in normally open - Green side. The wiring is simple, you will only need 2 wires going from GND to the input pin, the orientation of the wires is not as important with these switches.

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    Mach 3:
    You will go to config/ports&pins/inputsignals, there will be one item in that tab enable, e-stop, you will then enter the pin number and you are done.

    Planet-CNC:(with our board) there is not designated pin which we would recommend wiring it directly to the power cord going to your CNC electronic power supply. Wire it in normally open and to the live/load wire.

    3rd party board compatible with planet-cnc or a direct planet-cnc board, go to file/settings/general, there you will choose the output pin for your e-stop as stated on the board schematic.

    "On a personal note: I have ran into 1 issue once being that they placed the colored covers on the opposite sides, which means that green is red, and red is green. I only ran into this once but I would rather share this info. as a possiblity."

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    Do you have any tutorial about conecting emergency stop buttom?

  • Do you have a laser kit that can be fitted onto another brand CNC router?

    We don't have a laser kit to retrofit another CNC router other than ours, but we can create one. Some things that may help:

    - You are located close to use so we can work closely with you to implement to retrofit,
    - or you can provide very detailed drawings or measurements so we can use them to create the necessary parts for the kit.

    Other things that you need to understand:

    - A laser has a number of parts that will bulk up the head of the CNC router causing a bit more inertia which may require lowering the acceleration for smooth ramping up and down of the velocity

    - The bulk of the parts required for the laser may restrict the travel of the x and/or y axes.

    - The nozzle of the laser will be offset from the end mill of the spindle.

    Can you tell me the brand of the CNC router that you would like to stick a laser on? (you can answer by submitting additional information.

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    Do you have a laser kit that can be fitted onto another brand CNC router?

  • Please let me know info about order for mach4 approval #2MT90765S1920712X. I haven't received an email. Thank you.
  • How do I determine what post processor I have on my shop built CNC. There are about a million to choose from on Vcarve Pro

    You will probably have post processors like the following listed:
    Mach2/3 ATC Arcs (inch)
    Mach2/3 ATC Arcs (mm)
    Mach2/3 Arcs (inch)
    Mach2/3 Arcs (mm)
    Mach2/3-WrapX2A ATC Arcs (inch)
    Mach2/3-WrapX2A ATC Arcs (mm)
    Mach2/3-WrapY2A ATC Arcs (inch)
    Mach2/3-WrapY2A ATC Arcs (mm)

    If you have an Automatic Tool Changer, use the post processor with the ATC in the name. For most applications and if you don't have an ATC (automatic tool changer), use the Mach2/3 Arcs (inch) or (mm) post processor.

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    How do I determine what post processor I have on my shop built CNC. There are about a million to choose from on Vcarve Pro

  • HOW DO I WIRE THE 4TH AXIS THAT YOU SELL. I HAVE MACH3 SOFTWARE. NO INSTRUCTIONS ON YOUR SITE

    The motor that is attached to the 4th axis is wired as follows:

    The motor should have red, green yellow and blue wires coming form the motor. The red and green are paired as one coil and the yellow and blue is paired as the other coil. You can wire the motor to a 3.0 amp driver with red to A+, green to A-, Yellow to B+ and Blue to B-

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    HOW DO I WIRE THE 4TH AXIS THAT YOU SELL. I HAVE MACH3 SOFTWARE. NO INSTRUCTIONS ON YOUR SITE

  • hi how are do you build tshirts printing machine let me know pls

    The dimensions of the optional table are 73" x 34".

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    hi how are do you build tshirts printing machine let me know pls

  • What engraver do you have to put a logo on anodized aluminum and that is a desktop that can be transported to events?

    We have two relatively small machines that can be transported to events.

    One is a laser engraving and cutting machine called the blackTooth. You can find this machine here: https://www.buildyourcnc.com/item/cnc-machine-blacktooth-laser-cutter-engraver-40w
    The blackTooth can engrave into enodized aluminum very well. The engraved (lased) portion of the anodized aluminum will turn white.

    The other is a CNC machine canned the blueChick. The blueChick CNC Router can be found here: https://www.buildyourcnc.com/blueChickVersion42CNCMachineKit.aspx
    The CNC router can engrave with a special engraving bit and can cut/engrave into most metals (anodized or not).

    Hope this helps.

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    What engraver do you have to put a logo on anodized aluminum and that is a desktop that can be transported to events?

  • About your HIWIN rails. What Carriage block does the 78" rails come with, 2 flange or 2 with no flange?

    The HIWIN rails come with the same flange blocks that are sold individually.

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    About your HIWIN rails. What Carriage block does the 78" rails come with, 2 flange or 2 with no flange?

  • WHAT ARE THE BEST FOODS THAT WILL HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

    Lettuce, or any vegetable. Also drink a cup of water before meals, it'll make you feel fuller.

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    WHAT ARE THE BEST FOODS THAT WILL HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

  • Do you have the data sheets for the motors so that I can use the dimensions in my model?

    You can find the datasheets to our motors be going to the the stepping motor category page https://www.buildyourcnc.com/category/nema and selecting the motor. This will bring you to the product page for the motor and all of the motor information will be found there.

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    Do you have the data sheets for the motors so that I can use the dimensions in my model?

  • What are the EN connections used for on the QJ8060 motor driver? I notice that your video seems to leave them unconnected.

    The EN terminal on the QJ8060 driver and all of our other stepping motor drivers is the enable terminal. We don't use this terminal and the driver will function properly if left unconnected.

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    What are the EN connections used for on the QJ8060 motor driver? I notice that your video seems to leave them unconnected.

  • What side of the x and y axis do you mount the stepper motor to? If it does not matter what side, do I have to change something in mach3?

    It is usually best to mount the motor in a way so it is spinning clockwise to avoid confusion.

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    ok, but lets say the motors turn clockwise. if you mount it to ether side of the y axis it will pull to that side so what are the correct positions of the stepper motors. is it the left side or the right side of the y axis and also is it the front or back of the x axis?

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    What side of the x and y axis do you mount the stepper motor to? If it does not matter what side, do I have to change something in mach3?

  • I bought and downloaded about 2 years ago, recently my PC that I use for my CNC crashed and now have to reinstall Mach3 but the license download has since expired. What I need to do to activate the software?

    I can send you a new license. All you need to do is email me at customerservice@buildyourcnc.com and state the name the license is under and I will send you another license.

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    I bought and downloaded about 2 years ago, recently my PC that I use for my CNC crashed and now have to reinstall Mach3 but the license download has since expired. What I need to do to activate the software?

  • I want to by a 5 by 10 foot kit, sorry, I don't have the time to read everything here. what should I be thinking about, Can you veiw my cart and tell me what else I need to get?

    In regards to getting a complete plug and go system, there are a lot of items to consider.
    Electronics, DYI or one of our electronics kits that come assembled and tested?
    Cable for the motors is a additional purchase, spindle? = silicone tubing/water pump, etc.
    Cable carrier (wire management), software (also additional purchase).

    We can view your cart, but please send us your email and username to customerservice@buildyourcnc.com so it will remain secure!

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    I want to by a 5 by 10 foot kit, sorry, I don't have the time to read everything here. what should I be thinking about, Can you veiw my cart and tell me what else I need to get?

  • I have computer, Cad/Cam software and my router unit not sure what else I need?

    The main components for a CNC machine, includes:
    Computer (required with correct OS system for compatibility with the CNC control software and interface board)
    CAD/CAM Software
    CNC Control Software (Mach 3, Planet-CNC, Linux-EMC2)
    Interface Board (Our current models: Parallel interface board(mach3), USB interface board(planet-CNC))
    CNC Electronics (which should be included with most cnc kits)
    (ex.) Drivers, Motors, Power Supply, Interface Board
    CNC Machine

    Miscellaneous Items:
    Limit Switches
    Cable Carrier
    Wires (different gauges)
    End Mills/Bits
    Vacuum
    Emergency Stop Button
    Spindle/Router

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    I have computer, Cad/Cam software and my router unit not sure what else I need?

  • MY COMPUTER DOES NOT HAVE A PARALLEL PORT. WHAT DO I NEED?

    If your computer does not have a parallel port, all you will need is a low cost PCI parallel adapter card (these can be found on amazon for $15-$20). If you plan on using a laptop (not recommended) you can try to find a PCMCIA parallel adapter, but many people have frequent issues with this setup. A more expensive solution would be to purchase a USB smooth stepper board. Unfortunately, we do not supply any of these adapters and cannot attest to their reliability.

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    MY COMPUTER DOES NOT HAVE A PARALLEL PORT. WHAT DO I NEED?

  • Do you have a laser kit that is larger than the blackTooth?

    We have one in the works. It is a 4'x8' machine that will house the 80w laser tube on the gantry. The machine is bout 2 months out as of 1/7/2014.

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    Do you have a laser kit that is larger than the blackTooth?