Ward M. Elder
42 Appleton St.
(204) 791-7754 (Cell)
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- Screen size
- Does it include a number pad
- Number of laser tubes it can control
- Does it have a separate U axis: rotation
- Generation of the product
I went with the RDC6445G because it has a large screen and number pad. It is a newer model too. The dual laser support is not something I will use. The U axis is nice. Without a separate U axes, you have to use your Y axis for both Y and rotation. That would be cumbersome.
I don’t know all the specific differences between all the Ruida controllers. As soon as I saw how big the RDC6445G screen was and the number pad, I was sold.
The AWC controllers look good too but are a bit smaller and don’t have number pads. That moved me away from them. They too have single and dual laser support models.
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