CNC system controls up to 32 axes

April 3, 2002
The Advantage 810 CNC system from Delta Tau, Chatsworth, Calif.

The Advantage 810 CNC system from Delta Tau, Chatsworth, Calif., uses a Pentium II with an ATX motherboard and a 15-in. SVGA flat-panel monitor to deliver an easy-to-integrate controller for both OEM and retrofit applications. The unit controls up to 32 axes, and setup has been simplified through use of fiber-optic or USB interface cables that connect the 810 to UMAC and QMAC controller systems from Delta Tau. The 810's design also eliminates ribbon connectors, address switch configurations, and e-point jumper settings.

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