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11/8/2010

User-Friendly CNC Control

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Milltronics’ 8200 CNC control is built upon a real-time Linux-based kernel, TRLinux Pro.

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Milltronics’ 8200 CNC control is built upon a real-time Linux-based kernel, TRLinux Pro. The control is said to offer faster and greater number-crunching capabilities for high speed and multi-axis machining. The control is compatible with MT Connect, all G- and M-code programs, macro programming, auto routines, trig help and conversational programming.

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