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01 Jan 2020 21:16 #153736 by Warrenh
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I have a gofab table that 8s working. I want to convert to plasmac. Is this possible.

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01 Jan 2020 21:28 #153737 by thefabricator03
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Can you tell us more about the computer it uses and the control hardware?

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01 Jan 2020 23:05 #153750 by Warrenh
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I will look. I know it has a mach 3 board. Gofab does all their own programming. It does use a wireless tablet. I will get the link for the last update and post it here. I can say there are many users that will be very interested in a solution.https:

gofabcnc.com/updates/
I'm sorry I don't know more about this. I appreciate any help.

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01 Jan 2020 23:21 #153751 by phillc54
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Warrenh wrote: I will look. I know it has a mach 3 board. Gofab does all their own programming. It does use a wireless tablet. I will get the link for the last update and post it here. I can say there are many users that will be very interested in a solution.https:

gofabcnc.com/updates/
I'm sorry I don't know more about this. I appreciate any help.

If you mean something like this www.aliexpress.com/i/33040435894.html then it should be possible.

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02 Jan 2020 12:52 #153787 by Warrenh
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That is the board in the computer. Would this be a complicated process for someone with limited experience and is there a cost for plasmac

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02 Jan 2020 13:16 #153792 by thefabricator03
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No PlasmaC is free for anyone to use.

My advice is to ditch the computer hardware you have now, Buy a Mesa 7i96 and wiring it to your existing stepper drives and sensors. Buy a small form PC and a new monitor and start from scratch.

You will end up with a far superior system for minimal outlay.

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02 Jan 2020 22:40 #153830 by phillc54
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Warrenh wrote: That is the board in the computer. Would this be a complicated process for someone with limited experience and is there a cost for plasmac

If you are capable of drawing up a wiring diagram of the existing setup then you would be able to do it.

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