Check out this smartMMS system which allows you to monitor and control your CNC machine remotely.
This device is new so I don’t think it’s on their homepage yet but you can inquire them about getting one here.1fc9
Here’s a fun Golf POV (Persistence of Vision) application you can make
and learn about LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) and basics of electronic
circuits. The CUBLOC CB220 and CB220 Proto-Board is used in this
As you can see in the above pictures, a simple golf swing
can produce desired letters or images. You can modify this app to
work on a tennis racket, motorized POV, or anything that moves faster
than the eye can see.
You can also check out the Nike ad using this golf POV.287e
Here’s a light orb alarm clock you can build using a CUBLOC CB280,
CB280 Mini-Protoboard, and a CLCD420B. This light orb will change
colors and also sync to on-board piezo music. You can set the alarm
to go on in the morning so you wake up to lights instead of an
annoying traditional alarm clock.
We have been messing around with some Mach CNC software which developers can
make control their CNC machines using the software. There is a Modbus protocol support on the Mach CNC software so some of the users of the Mach software have been requesting some information regarding IO expansion using CUBLOC and it’s Modbus support.
The simple answer is yes, we just finished a basic testing with Mach3 CNC software and it works fine. Directions are at the forum.
Now I hear that they also have CNC stepper motor drivers which should be able to be controlled using CUBLOC and CuTOUCH. That will be our next step in this integration of an industrial CNC software/driver and Comfile products.1f46