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Latest revision as of 15:28, 28 August 2013

Welcome to Techno Docs
Documentation, Setup Instructions and Schematics for Techno CNC Machines

This section is organized by machine / controller type. Though several machines may look similar visually, they are run by very different controllers. Make sure you identify your controller type using the available pictures of machine and controller box.

Please keep in mind that this section is expanding and is not yet complete. As we move forward, we'll remove the BETA logo from this site. If you find any information that is irrelevant or incorrect, please do not hesitate to let us know by emailing us at support@technorouters.com with the specific page that is incorrect.

LC Series
LC Series.

The LC Controller Series is usually identified by a painted grayish white control box with a black display badge that reads Ready, PC, +5, +24, +48.

LC+ / LCX Series Series
LC+ / LCX.

The LC + / LCX Controller Series is usually identified by a painted grayish white control box with a black display badge that reads Ready, Brake, Axis 0, Axis 1, Axis 2. This kind of controller uses a long (~9") PCI Card.

RG Series
RG Series.

The RG (Servo Box 1, Servo Box 2) Controller Series is usually identified by a aluminum controller box which usually has four doors on its front. Usually at least three of the front doors will have a hole through which a green LED light shines through. This kind of controller uses a long (~9") PCI Card. The RG Series is a discontinued product.

HD / HD Mini Series
HD Series.

The HD Micro Stepper Controller is identified by a freestanding tower which houses the Controller, Variable Frequency Drive, Amplifiers, Fuses and Breakers. The HD Controller does not require a PC for operation. It is operated using a handheld control pendant with a built-in USB port. The HD Mini Controller is fully self-enclosed but it still uses the same handheld control pendant.


HDS Series
LC Series.

The HDS Controller is identified by a large freestanding tower which houses the PC, OSAI Controller, Variable Frequency Drive, Amplifiers, Fuses, Breakers, Etc.

Premium Class Series
Premium Series.

The Premium Series is identified by square black or blue servo motors and a free standing or wheeled controller enclosure. The Premium Series is a discontinued product.


Servo DaVinci Series
Servo DaVinci Series.

The Servo DaVinici series is identified by a controller enclosure whose status lights are Ready, PC, +5, +25, +48 and round servo motors. Servo DaVinci machines are sometimes in an enclosure but have been made in tabletop styles.


Stepper DaVinci Series
Servo DaVinci Series.

The Stepper DaVinici series is identified by a controller housed in the body of the machine that has an external LED status light indicator and square black servo motors with a knob at the top.Stepper DaVinci machines are sometimes in an enclosure but have been made in tabletop styles.






Inverters / Variable Frequency Drives
Inverters / Variable Frequency Drives

Inverters (Variable Frequency Drives) are responsible for powering the spindle and sometimes a vacuum pump. Over the years, Techno has used Motortronics, Telemechanique and Schneider Electric brands.