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CNC Precix - Service tech in Orange County, CA

Discussion in 'CNC Routers & Engravers' started by kpt101, Aug 16, 2013.

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  1. kpt101

    kpt101 New Member

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    My CNC Precix router crashed, and though i had the hard drive fixed, the machine still does not operate. Is there a tech in Orange County Ca that knows this machine and could help service this?

    Thanks for your help!
    Keith
    949.454.6078
     
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  2. rjssigns

    rjssigns Major Contributor

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    Send both of them to me.:rolleyes:
     
  3. Router Dude

    Router Dude New Member

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    I second the "good luck" response.

    Couldn't agree more on the "GOOD LUCK" response. Precix is on the verge of bankruptcy. Get what you can while you can. Con artists in every sense of the word. I speak from experience.
     
  4. rjssigns

    rjssigns Major Contributor

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    My offer still stands. Send your non-functioning routers to me. I am going to build my own and will take whatever I can get.
     
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    signs&more New Member

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    I am also happy with Precix that I have

    I had one of Precix Sierra tables for over a year now and pretty happy with it. I am also interested if you are thinking of selling it
     
  6. AlexKamkar

    AlexKamkar New Member

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    Yea I take that offer too, Love my Precix router

    Yea I had one CNC Sierra too and very satisfied with it. You have to know how to do basic maintenance but it doesn't even cost me $500 per year to run this machine. I still contact with guys at Precix and get what I need as for support and part. They been around for a long time also so if they don't have a tech in area can send you someone who knows enough on it.

    In Any case if you want to sell it, I am happy to get it
     
  7. asd

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    is your machine a basic cnc or do you have a tool changer too?
    if you have a basic machine without a tool changer you can easily convert it to run on mach3
    doing the conversion will cost you less in the end than having a tech come by and fix it everytime it goes down you will need a
    pc with a parallel port -nothing fancy-
    a breakout board $45.00 to $105.00
    driver for the motors $250.00 to 350.00
    you already have the gantry and motors all you need is the brains of the machine to make it run, if you want to get this converted and need help let me know i will be more than glad to help you
     
  8. WayneO

    WayneO New Member

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    1995 Precix 3000

    I have a 1995 Precix 3000 cnc router that is a basic machine that I would like to convert to mach 3.
    Your description of your idea of what it would take to convert the machine sounds very interesting. I would like to discuss with you your ideas on this conversion and get more detail information of how this would work.
    Thanks for your help,
    Wayne
    662-549-3582

     
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