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    I am looking for specifications of Syntec 900 m controller (taiwaneese), in particular its compatibility to fanuc and ability to process macro programs / probing. Couldn't find their web site.

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    I did a quick google and came up with a load of info and links to people with these controllers.They are made in Taiwan and are quite common on a lot of Chinese machine tools sold world wide.You didn`t mention what machine you are on and you may not want to go to the Zone for info but a lot of guys over there are running these controls and the feeling is you can use a Fanuc post processor but need to do some editing.

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    Smile We use Syntec controller

    In our machine shop in India we use Syntec controller, 4 nos for 3 axis cnc lathe with axial and radial live tools and c axis on spindle. 1 no for 2 axis cnc lathe with one live tool .

    The controllers are very much similar to Fanuc in terms of usage and quite operator friendly. Anyone using Fanuc will adapt to these in just one day. We have been using these controllers for the last 2 years. These controllers are value for money when many axis need to be controlled since Fanuc is very expensive.


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