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Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by Belix9999 » Fri Apr 01, 2022 10:51 pm

Hello all,
I am new to this site am I joined because I got myself a AAS plasma table. I have always wanted a plasma table just for personal use but never could afford one.
The plasma table looks almost new but it was on a local auction so it didn't come with any software or much of anything else. It has a box on the side of it with a couple connectors and a power cord. I have a spare computer and a plasma cutter but have no idea how to hook it up or what software I need with it.
I was hoping someone can tell me what I need to get it up and running.

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Re: Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by AlphaTekErik » Fri May 06, 2022 3:11 pm

id need alot more information to help you get some progress. are you missing motors? are there any drives or hardware you didnt picture?

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Re: Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by acourtjester » Fri May 06, 2022 6:29 pm

I would open the box up and check it looks like it was to be hooked to a PC via the parallel printer port. If you find drivers and power supplies inside you may just need to buy a different BOB board to communicate with your computer. That will dictate what software you use I see the motors so you may have fallen into a great deal. Many here that can help you get it working.
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Re: Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by SegoMan DeSigns » Fri May 06, 2022 6:36 pm

Did you research the previous owner from the auctioneer? Maybe he could help on the software side of things.. Same with the Mfr once you have the original owners name.

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Re: Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by adbuch » Fri May 06, 2022 9:38 pm

acourtjester wrote:
Fri May 06, 2022 6:29 pm
I would open the box up and check it looks like it was to be hooked to a PC via the parallel printer port. If you find drivers and power supplies inside you may just need to buy a different BOB board to communicate with your computer. That will dictate what software you use I see the motors so you may have fallen into a great deal. Many here that can help you get it working.
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Re: Need help with hooking up an Accurate Arc System plasma cutter

Post by weldguy » Mon May 09, 2022 11:56 am

That control box looks like it may be a C&CNC control setup. I would open it up to confirm. If that is the case I wouldn't change anything and obtain the software from C&CNC and start from there. Get the machine moving and then move on to wiring the plasma into it. Open it up and send some pics :Like

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