Last Minute Reshuffling
Due to the fact that Ray Henry will not be able to make this year’s event, I have had to make a few minor changes to the schedule. We will still have the hands-on EMC workshop, but won’t be able to run it on Tuesday. It will continue to be available the remaining days, from 10-12.
Because of the change on Tuesday, Bob Campbell’s talk, “Wiring a Low-cost Electrical Enclosure” will be moved to the 10-12 slot. Taking Bob’s afternoon spot, will be Brian Barker of Newfangled Solutions (Mach3).
On Tuesday, from 2-4, Brian will present, “Getting Started in Mach3.” Brian will also do two other seminars later in the week. He will give “The Future of Mach3, Version 4” on Wednesday morning, and will host a Mach 3 general discussion with Ron Ginger on Thursday afternoon.
I’m sorry for the last minute changes to the schedule. Hopefully, the only changes from this point forward will be additions to the lineup. Roland Friestad will be giving several talks and Glen Michalske of PBC linear is also planning on giving a talk.
I’ll keep you posted on any other last minute changes.
You are keeping busy I see on the last minute changes. Hopefully you will publish the list for Tuesday morning and we can make our choices.
It looks like its going to be a fabulous event.
Time is running out and its about time to pack and head out ;-)
It is starting to get a little hectic around here. I have updated the schedule in both the places it appears in this forum, the “Workshop Information” sticky and the “CNC Workshop – Seminar Schedule” threads. Still need to wander over to the CNCzone and make some edits there.
Here is the Tuesday schedule:
Tuesday – June 22
Kick-off Meeting – 9-10
Wiring a Low Cost Electrical Enclosure – 10-12, by Bob Campbell
Cheap and Easy CNC – 10-12, presented by Rick Chownyk
Adventures in Home Shop CNC – 10-12, by Ron Ginger
Hands-on CAM Workshop – 2-4, by Tormach
Spindle, Servo, and Stepper Motors – 2-4, by Steve Stallings of PMDX
Getting Started with Mach3 – 2-4, by Brian Barker of Newfangled Solutions
An Overview of Pico Systems CNC Products – 4-5, by Jon Elson of Pico Systems
We do have more classrooms available, so any additions shouldn’t change these times, I hope.
Have a safe and enjoyable trip.
A thought about the schedules...
Hi George. Wow, just about time to kick it off!
Just a quick thought obout the seminars. With so much going on, maybe a sign up sheet on Tuesday morning to see who's going to take what seminars.
That way, some may need to be postponed, while others may need to be added. The Mach stuff is always VERY popular, especially with Art coming.
Looking forward to a great week! Rick
Good idea Rick. I had planned on doing a sign up for the seminars that were definitely limited in class size but should probably do it for all.
BTW, I’ll be at the building at 8:00 on Monday and plan to be there all day setting up.