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  1. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    This is the other Monitor my son had. It doesn't appear to have much wrong with it although viewing angle is still not great. The screen is very bright. Don't really like it. https://www.asus.com/ca-en/commercial-monitors/vs247hp/overview/...
  2. jcdammeyer

    Milling machine, $1500, Barrie, ON

    Cool. Didn't know that existed.
  3. jcdammeyer

    Milling machine, $1500, Barrie, ON

    How do you that? Drag that image onto the search bar. I couldn't get it to drag.
  4. jcdammeyer

    Do you have a mill and what kind is it?

    I don't remember for sure but I think my '64 MGB dripped too.
  5. jcdammeyer

    SB lathes info

    Rats. Mine isn't in that list. I recall it was sold to the military in Edmonton I thought 1942 but the serial # puts it closer to 1945.
  6. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    Here's the Pi4 screen showing Axis and the panel on the left. It shows information from a CAN bus module that will control the mist motor and tool changer. My son had an old HDMI monitor that has a vertical line running through the middle but for fun I connected it to my mill system. The PSNG...
  7. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    Ah. Also the default AXIS user interface. If, from the command line you do an 'lscpu' command you will see something like this: Architecture: x86_64 CPU op-mode(s): 32-bit, 64-bit Byte Order: Little Endian CPU(s): 2 On-line CPU(s) list: 0,1 Thread(s)...
  8. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    The touch screen was a foolish and relatively expensive purchase. May end up using it for a Home Assistant type application instead. Here's what it looks like from behind. Display controller, Pi4, Touch Screen interface. The short HDMI cable that came with it was a POS so I subbed in a...
  9. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    Totally get that. I have a Lenovo PC (and a spare) bought for about $50 from BC Government Surplus. I like the Pi approach maybe for my CNC router rather than the mill. The MACH system for it is getting a little long on the tooth and I have the second MESA board. Here's the LCD Touch...
  10. jcdammeyer

    Timing belt and critique drive concept please

    I'm using the AXIS user interface. The QtDragon looks interesting but I'd have to get a larger monitor for it. I'm still running 2.8.1 with the MESA 7i92H. And now 2.9.3 has been released. Upgrades, regardless of Windows or Linux seem to be a never ending story. I've also been playing...
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