New machines will have UCCNC control

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New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby cncdrive » Wed Nov 21, 2018 7:57 am

I thought to post this to let you guys and people know about a new CNC router machine which has UCCNC control and will be available for sales soon.
So, if anybody looking to get a machine in the near future then please consider getting one of these. :)
The machine is running on UCCNC with a controller developed by us directly for this machine.
The controller is called AXBB and is an ethernet motion controller and breakout board combination on a single board.
I've attached the preliminary datasheet of the AXBB to this post and I've also attached an image of the machine.
And here is the manufacturer's website: https://i2rcnc.com/

If everything will go fine then the AXBB will be available by the end of this year and the machine will be available for purchase at around the same time.
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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby asuratman » Wed Nov 28, 2018 3:57 am

Actually, AXBB is a combination between EC300ETH-5LPT and UCBB ?
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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby Battwell » Sun Dec 02, 2018 11:58 am

is there an expected price for the axbb yet? and how far away is it from release?
i have another "simple" machine to convert over the christmas break.
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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby cncdrive » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:21 am

I do not know the end-user price yet.
We've just sent the the first 500pcs to the guys in Taiwan for their machines, but these boards will be all built into their machines inside a control box.
And we have decided that we will not sell the bare-boards like that to end-users, but we build them into a small metal enclosure, similarly to how our servo drives are enclosed.
So, first of all I do not know the single piece end-user price yet and I also do not know the enclosure total price yet, so I can't tell you the price yet.
I think we will have the enclosed version ready for sales sometime in January, because the end of the year is coming fast and we still do not have the enclosure sheets from the manufacturer, so it is not likely that we will finish with assembling them this year.
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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby Battwell » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:06 pm

thanks for that . i was hoping to get a free licence with new product :-)
il be ordering a uc300 and uccb then for the new machine conversion.
the uccb is a very good board!
the machine is so simple i still need to use 5 arduino megas running modbus to get enough i/o
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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby Robertspark » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:11 pm

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Re: New machines will have UCCNC control

Postby cncdrive » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:15 pm

Yes, however in the EU there will be a reseller whose overal price might be better if we take the shipping cost into account.
I mean they will have lots of machines shipped in container to their stock in Europe so the shipping price per machine will be likely much lower than if you order one directly from Taiwan.
And in the USA they already have a company (called Axiom) and so these new machines will be available there too.
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