Author Topic: A CNC Training Site  (Read 2572 times)

Bogstandard

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A CNC Training Site
« on: October 02, 2012, 04:46:20 AM »
For all those who are into CNC or those contemplating venturing into that area, one of our illustrious CNC guru's, John Stevenson, is at this moment setting up a new site.

John hopes that this site will be able to help beginners and the more experienced alike to get easy to understand help with your problems.

So if CNC turns your key, or even if you just want to know a little more about it, here is what John sent me.

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OK guys site up and running.


http://training.smallcncsupport.co.uk/


Four categories, General, CAD/CAM, Milling and Turning, think that we do as I hate 1,000's of groups and sub groups.


Typical forum startup, you have to register and the first posts do not appear straight away as they are moderated against spam, after that it's a free for all.

Nothing on there at the moment but if you want to post please do so, in fact an introduction will get you past moderation. We will start adding content tomorrow but hopefully the site will be used for all, and not small son's and my blog.


Feedback will be willingly accepted.


John S.

Give it a try, you never know where it will take you.


John

Offline Thayer

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Re: A CNC Training Site
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2013, 04:42:32 AM »
Did this site ever launch? Is it still live? I can't reach it today.

Thayer

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Re: A CNC Training Site
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2013, 10:51:00 AM »
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Did this site ever launch? Is it still live? I can't reach it today.


That "http://training.****" didn't work, has been moved. Try this: www.smallcncsupport.co.uk/




Nick

Offline JimG

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Re: A CNC Training Site
« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2013, 12:13:34 PM »
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Did this site ever launch? Is it still live? I can't reach it today.


That "http://training.****" didn't work, has been moved. Try this: www.smallcncsupport.co.uk/

I believe that the "smallcncsupport" site is only to supply support for registered owners of the Seig KX1 and KX3 machines,  and not for general CNC support.

Jim.