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student length of service

Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 03:13
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student length of service
  • I am final year student at the Technical University of Sofia at the moment as specialized cold processing machines "(setup and programming of CNC ...
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  • 01/09/17 14:35: congrats (by rudiKV)

Top tags: CNC, cnc machines, programming, setup of machines, cold machines.

New York City

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Career choices: How about Drafting?

Friday, September 03, 2010 at 03:50
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  • I am looking at taking a two year long drafting course. It should teach me everything I need to know and they claim I'll be able to get a job right after I graduate. It seems the median salary for beginning draftsmen is about $46K a year. Will I be ...

Top tags: salary, Draftsman, West Virginia.

History is made at night...

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Popular job

Wednesday, January 04, 2017 at 19:52
  • It is very popular job. Good for you. 46K a year it is really good sum of money. You could live comfortably. I would buy more and more stuff that i need for work so i don't know is that included in price of the salary. but sure maybe with that job ...

Top tags: price, salary, earn money, freelancers, includes price.


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Wednesday, January 04, 2017 at 02:56
  • First, I have to congratulate you, it is a great choice. Like any other career, you need to get your skills right, and you have to be patient until success starts arriving. $46k sounds quite enough for a decent ...

Top tags: decent, living.

New York City

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DIY: 3-axis CNC hobby motor controller?

Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 15:55
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  • What is the difference between a "hobby motor" (with two wires), a servo motor and a stepper motor? What is best for making a 3-axis hobby CNC ...

Top tags: CNC, cnc machine, hobby, cnc controllers, stepper motors.

I Am Not Scared To Be Successful

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The Best, Or The Cheapest?

Sunday, November 27, 2016 at 17:30
  • Well the essential difference is a Stepper and a Servo-based system is actually in the type of motor and how they are controlled. And also, the best and more feasible one of the two is definitely the Servo-based motor because it's relatively ...

Top tags: economical, stepper, feasible, type of motor.


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Mazak: 302 atc arm driver malf. alarm

Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 04:35
  • Hi! I have this error on my Nexus CNC: 302 atc arm driver malf. alarm I checked Mitsubishi CNC SERVO MR-J2-CT60 and I found that has an error displayed: Z01, which means, "Absolute position detector data lost. The data in the detector has been lost ...
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  • 11/23/16 18:34: Hello (by ISRAEL (110413,36310))

Top tags: CNC, alarm, error, mazak, Mitsubishi CNC.

I Am Not Scared To Be Successful

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Sure You Can

Friday, November 18, 2016 at 04:13
  • That you can or can't live with that salary is solely dependent on you and the kinda lifestyle you decides to live. With a moderate and modest lifestyle, you can live comfortably on peace and also, you can be doing your job online as a freelancer ...

Top tags: pocket, salary, lifestyle, freelancers, comfortably live.


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Different between motors

Friday, November 11, 2016 at 23:30
  • The different between the hobby motor (with two wire), a servo motor and a stepper motor is that the motor controller on this shield is designed to run from 5 V to 12 V. while that of stepper motor shield support up to 2 stepper motor. It is just ...

Top tags: stepper motors, servo motor, Wire, motor controller, hobby motors.

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