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I have been waiting for that.
Where is dot-kr?
Korea?
Doug
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Doug Goncz
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On 5 Jul 2006 01:30:02 -0700, with neither quill nor qualm, "Doug Goncz" quickly quoth:
Ya got it in one, Doug. But it's a Netherlands phone number. ?!?
Another source:
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Larry Jaques
That is Korean 'Script' on the web page. Generally it is easy to spot - lots of circles !
Martin
Martin H. Eastburn @ home at Lions' Lair with our computer lionslair at consolidated dot net NRA LOH & Endowment Member NRA Second Amendment Task Force Charter Founder IHMSA and NRA Metallic Silhouette maker & member
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Larry Jaques wrote:
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Martin H. Eastburn
Yikes!
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How much is a million whatevers?
Doug
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Doug Goncz
The "whatever" is the South Korean "Won".
And from my favorite currency conversion program:
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Live mid-market rates as of 2006.07.08 04:20:53 UTC.
1,006,000.00 KRW = 1,060.600 USD South Korea Won United States Dollars
as of the time that I checked.
I'm not at all sure that there is enough meat to the machine to be worth the CNC. :-)
And I note that the least expensive controller uses a linux-based system, running EMC (the *free* machine controller developed by the US NIST -- National Institute for Standards and Technology -- used to be the National Bureau of Standards.)
The EMC-based one is 8-axis as it comes, while the Windows based version costs at least double for the two-axis version, and has increased prices for each additional axis. :-)
I wonder whether Microsoft got money for the Windows XP in those systems? :-)
Enjoy, DoN.
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DoN. Nichols
A bit of Google searching says the "whatevers" are Won, and 1,006,000 of them are worth about $1059 US.
- Bob Headrick
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Bob Headrick

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