Arburg Multronica

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Re: Arburg Multronica

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:19 pm

mmhh account created from italy then a post from germany behind a proxy...

business seems to be hard for you to do this kind of things... :?

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by aryameya » Wed Mar 27, 2013 4:19 am

Dear Mr. Jeff,
I have seen communication between you & Mr. Glenn in connection with using Floppy Emulator for ARBURG MULTRONICA machine. I want to replace floppy drive with Emulator. What is Floppy dump and how we can get it? Looking for your help.
Bhaskar

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Wed Mar 27, 2013 8:30 am

aryameya wrote:Dear Mr. Jeff,
I have seen communication between you & Mr. Glenn in connection with using Floppy Emulator for ARBURG MULTRONICA machine. I want to replace floppy drive with Emulator. What is Floppy dump and how we can get it? Looking for your help.
Bhaskar
Hi,

What i call "a floppy dump" is copy of a true floppy disk to an image file.
Regarding the Arburg Multronica, this machine use a particular track format (custom FM). This format cannot be read by a regular PC.
Glenn send me two floppies and i made a "Floppy dump" with the KryoFlux hardware (http://www.kryoflux.com/ , http://forum.kryoflux.com/).
The KryoFlux stream was analyzed then translated into HFE image by the HxC software.
By this way Glenn was able to read his virtuals disks with the HxC Floppy Emulator on his Arburg Multronica.
The next step is now to work on the write support. I am working on this with Glenn and someone else.
Stay tuned !
:mrgreen:

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Mon Apr 22, 2013 9:47 pm

Good news : The HxC Floppy Emulator is now completely compatible with the ARBURG MULTRONICA injection machines !
:D

Soon some pictures :).

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Re: Arburg Multronica

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by switchmaster » Wed May 15, 2013 3:16 pm

Hi All!
Finally I've set up the sd-emu on Arburg Multronica. After a few little mistakes of me, it works like a charm! Thank You Jean-Francois and every lads in the HxC team!

Chris

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Wed Jun 05, 2013 7:40 am



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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Garrit » Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:01 pm

Dear mr. Jeff,
I have read the discussion with the floppy drive emulator connection to a Arburg Multronica. We tried to implement your solution also to our machines. With one emulator, we are now doing some tests.
Ik can tell that writing en reading production-data from machine to SD-card is no problem.
But we do not have images form the system-program-disks to put on the SD-card so this part is not tested yet.
We have besides the machines a device from Arburg what is called Copylog. With this device you can one to one copy disks and read/write data-disk-contents to a computer.
With this copylog we can duplicate system-disks from the Multronica to make a spare set of disks. My intention was to copy with this copylog the system-disk to the SD-card by switching the drives.
But this Copylog will not work with the emulator. It starts the read- or write operation but after some time there comes a synchro-fehler. Did you examined a system-disks from a Multronica machine and compared it with the data-disk? And is there a difference in the way the data is stored besides the contents?
At this point I can not see a direction to solve this problem. Can you give some info for this issue?
My appreciations in advanced for your reaction, Garrit

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Tue Sep 24, 2013 12:25 pm

Drop me an email i will send you the necessary stuff :
http://hxc2001.free.fr/imiel.htm

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Sun Oct 27, 2013 11:54 pm

COPYLOG HxC Floppy Emulator support:



And Something new is now available for Arburg machines :
->COPYLOG disk station completely emulated


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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by frenkobar » Tue Nov 05, 2013 8:48 am

Dear Mr. Jeff!

I have Arburg Multronica machines. I like to change floppy drives with HxC Floppy Drive Emulator. I have the Emulator and i have the Kryflux hardware too. But i can't make readable images from my arburg multronica disks. Can You help me?

Sorry for my bad english :)

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Jeff » Tue Nov 05, 2013 10:51 am

frenkobar wrote:Dear Mr. Jeff!

I have Arburg Multronica machines. I like to change floppy drives with HxC Floppy Drive Emulator. I have the Emulator and i have the Kryflux hardware too. But i can't make readable images from my arburg multronica disks. Can You help me?

Sorry for my bad english :)
There is some ready-to-use & verified Multronica floppy images in this file :

http://hxc2001.com/download/floppy_driv ... Images.zip

Just unpack the SDHxCFE_Arburg_Multronica_Hydronica_D_COPYLOG.zip file to the SDCard and you are ready.
Switch/jumper setting to use is ID0-A.

If you want convert your floppy disks, just drop me an email, i will give you an ftp server access to send me the kryoflux stream files.

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by frenkobar » Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:47 pm

Thanks for your help. E-mail sent.

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Re: Arburg Multronica

Post by Andy Watermelon » Tue Mar 18, 2014 4:48 pm

Sorry for my question. Is it possible to create floppy 3.5" system disk for ARBURG MULTRONICA from hfe file then record it by the usual PC with floppy drive. If the ARBURG MULTRONICA floppy drive is with SHUGART interface what I need to do else? Thanks in any case.

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