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    Default anyone useing the hand held key pad

    is it worth it.

    is it hard to fit

    thanks alan

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    The pendant?

    Best thing ever. We use it constantly. Reliable and well made, too.

    Marc

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    doe it need to be wire in or jyst pluged in. which pc does it conect to

    thanks alan

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    Any USB on the control PC. Long cord supplied.

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    I use one and find it, while not indispensable, really useful and helpful. I like being able to zero all three axis without being at the computer. It is especially useful for zeroing the axis for my indexer (I use a special routine for the xy and for the z) which runs down the x axis on the back side of the sb. Like the previous poster said, the cord is long. I think that it is 15'. The cord is USB and can be replaced. I have had it for about a year and really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan m View Post
    is it worth it.

    is it hard to fit

    thanks alan
    I started a thread a while back ( little over a year iirc) about this. St that time it seemed like several members didn't like the fact it was wired in.

    I've used mine now a lot. A VERY handy thing to have imo. I love it. I'd not want to be without it. And it has never not performed as it should.

    I'd certainly reccomend one.

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    it would be better wireless but at least you wouldnt need to worry about batteries

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