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    Default Does this parameter download look right?

    I have another thread posted about my MX3 controller and its limited memory.

    Post here. Yasnak MX3 help with memory issues

    I am going to upgrade the memory to 1MB but need to download the parameters first. I used NCLink to download them but them came out in NC format. Is this correct?

    I mean, if for some reason I fry the parameters can I upload this file to install the parameters back in?

    Here's the file:

    img_0718.jpg

    Thanks for the help!!!

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    As far as I recall it looks right. I don't remember the X in the data line, but the rest looks right. It's been at least 10 years since I last worked on an MX series control so things are a bit foggy.

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    That's pretty much what mine look like.

    Don't forget the 9000 series programs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbramley View Post
    I have another thread posted about my MX3 controller and its limited memory.

    Post here. Yasnak MX3 help with memory issues

    I am going to upgrade the memory to 1MB but need to download the parameters first. I used NCLink to download them but them came out in NC format. Is this correct?

    I mean, if for some reason I fry the parameters can I upload this file to install the parameters back in?

    Here's the file:

    img_0718.jpg

    Thanks for the help!!!
    I have priced memory up grades ...I drip feed .buy a cheap ebay computer and dedicate it to
    that one machine and never worry about file size again.

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    The Yasnac will run a lot faster from memory than from the drip feed. If you have the money, I think it's a good investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewlsey View Post
    The Yasnac will run a lot faster from memory than from the drip feed. If you have the money, I think it's a good investment.
    AMEN! I just drip fed a scanned surface today that had really small moves. It's going to end up a polished optical surface so I programmed the surface with really tight tolerances in CAM. 18 to 20 IPM was as good as it could do without starving for data at 9600 baud. Sadly the Meldas 50M is maxed out at 128kB and this file was about 350kB.

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    Thanks everyone for their input. I will let everyone know how the upgrade goes if anyone in interested.

    Dan


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