Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

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Re: Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

Postby Plasmicon » Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:34 pm

Vmax549 wrote:When everything you mention about sheetcam was NEGATIVE it is bashing. I have used sheetcam for a LONG time now for plasma and do not see the issues you speak of when you use teh software correctly for the application.

So please take this as your one and ONLY warning. You are more than welcome to stay and discuss UCCNC products issues.

(;-) TP

Why do you warn me? Are you a moderator? If so - you can send me a personal message, instead of public spanking - It's disrespectful.
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Re: Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

Postby dezsoe » Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:55 pm

Plasmicon wrote:
Vmax549 wrote:When everything you mention about sheetcam was NEGATIVE it is bashing. I have used sheetcam for a LONG time now for plasma and do not see the issues you speak of when you use teh software correctly for the application.

So please take this as your one and ONLY warning. You are more than welcome to stay and discuss UCCNC products issues.

(;-) TP

Why do you warn me? Are you a moderator? If so - you can send me a personal message, instead of public spanking - It's disrespectful.

Yes, he is (see The team at the bottom of the page). And other users agree with him. There are some users who reported your advertisments.
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Re: Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

Postby Robertspark » Wed Oct 17, 2018 6:58 pm

Yes he is a moderator.

Ok I'll have a look at your software in the next few weeks.

Try to advertise it positively.

Create it's own thread in the plasma section (if it only does plasma (sheetcam can do router, mill, laser etc))

Show us how easy it is to use (YouTube , screenshots).

I use a neuron lite, and have been a big supporter of Andrew and the neuron THC as I think it's a really good THC , but it's because I understand his product how it works and ease of setup etc.

Try start fresh in a new thread showing how it works + with uccnc (don't be too critical of sheetcam, if you show us how good it is then we will see the improvements and be able to demonstrate then and advise others when they ask questions)
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Re: Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

Postby Plasmicon » Wed Oct 17, 2018 7:03 pm

dezsoe wrote:
Plasmicon wrote:
Vmax549 wrote:When everything you mention about sheetcam was NEGATIVE it is bashing. I have used sheetcam for a LONG time now for plasma and do not see the issues you speak of when you use teh software correctly for the application.

So please take this as your one and ONLY warning. You are more than welcome to stay and discuss UCCNC products issues.

(;-) TP

Why do you warn me? Are you a moderator? If so - you can send me a personal message, instead of public spanking - It's disrespectful.

Yes, he is (see The team at the bottom of the page). And other users agree with him. There are some users who reported your advertisments.

Very nice. Few days on forum - already spoke almost all moderators :-)
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Re: Losing arc on lead out - motion stop

Postby Plasmicon » Wed Oct 17, 2018 7:09 pm

Robertspark wrote:Yes he is a moderator.

Ok I'll have a look at your software in the next few weeks.

Try to advertise it positively.

Create it's own thread in the plasma section (if it only does plasma (sheetcam can do router, mill, laser etc))

Show us how easy it is to use (YouTube , screenshots).

I use a neuron lite, and have been a big supporter of Andrew and the neuron THC as I think it's a really good THC , but it's because I understand his product how it works and ease of setup etc.

Try start fresh in a new thread showing how it works + with uccnc (don't be too critical of sheetcam, if you show us how good it is then we will see the improvements and be able to demonstrate then and advise others when they ask questions)

Thank you for your constructive proposal. Will make educative video on our products in new thread - maybe it will be more representative than words.
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