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Feedback CNC932 Control Unit with BBC Micro Interface

A control unit for the CNC932, a three axis machine tool. The tool can be controlled using a microcomputer. Ours comes with an interface enabling it to be used with the BBC Micro. The included manuals have example programmes in BASIC to demonstrate the capabilities of the drill and control unit. There is also software for the Apple-IIe included. The drill is only intended for the light milling of materials such as toysteel.

Date : Unknown

Manufacturer : Feedback

Format : Controller

Physical Description : CNC932 Control Unit. BBC Micro Interface. Computer Numerically Controlled Machine CNC932 - Volume 1 Programming in BASIC. Computer Numerically Controlled Machine CNC932 - Volume 2 CNC Machining. Computer Numerically Controlled Machine CNC932 - Volume 2 CNC Machining. Computer Numerically Controlled Machine CNC932 - Volume 2 CNC Machining (5 1/4 " Floppy disc in back page wallet).

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51138. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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