CONTROLLER

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As the control of the machine is done with a mouse and a monitor for interfacing to the machine, the learning curve to become proficient at using the machine isn't too bad. While at the router system you can use the online help of the controller to find out how to do a particular function, or to follow along on a lesson of how to use the machine.

Troubleshooting and diagnostics on the system is very straight forward. There is a debug menu item that allows you to log any errors that occur. There is also a button in the debug window that will allow you to print the system setup to a printer. The system will allow you to plug any printer you wish into the controller, and then print out a list of the configuration files inside of the controller, which can be faxed to us so that the technical support staff can resolve your problem. Inside the controller there are diagnostic LED's, which make debugging and trouble shooting a lot easier.

There is a on screen preview function, which will allow you to view where your file is going to cut on the table as well as being able to verify that it fits on your table correctly. The user is able to define, job configuration files, which stores such information as start points, feed rates, maximum cutting depth, Z-material heights etc. Allowing for quick setup of jobs. This is especially useful for jobs where you may have multiple jigs and you wish to switch between jigs without having to reconfigure your setup every time.

There is real time, spindle speed, feed rate, and traverse travel rate override which can be adjusted while the machine is operating. The system will work in Metric as well as Standard. The system is designed so that it can run on 220v single phase or 110v, so that it can be configured in almost any location.

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