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Old technology Stiffy drive replacement

I need to replace 2x Chinnon FX-354 stiffy drives that are the storage medium for 1992 KRAUSS MAFFEI INJECTION MOULDING MACHINES REMAK MC3 Robot System.The floppy 15 pin D output on the midi frame are fed to a 9 pin D connector on a CR 100 (I assume)interface card with a 34 pin header socket that connect to the Stiffy drive. The drive is strapped as drive 0. Two pins called PJ3 are strapped together. Power is via the usual 4 pin power connector. I want to replace these drives with new available ones or convert to memory stick if possible. Borrie

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  • Meyndert Bornman Oct 06, 2007

    I did replace the old units with new units that operate on a PC via the twisted ribbon cable. the drive run from the moment of switch on and the message is 1. ?format disk. On entering yes the response is 2. "no disk in drive"
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What a very interesting question! :) you can find support, parts and service here: (German language) http://www.maschinensucher.de/bruecken/Kunststoffverarbeitungsmaschinen.html (English translation) http://www.maschinensucher.de/bruecken/Kunststoffverarbeitungsmaschinen.html i myself need more info to help you fully! please post here more info on the types of D outputs and inputs, as these are either really old, ANSII or maybe even analogue! i do know that you can connect this to a parallel port on a computer and from their store the DATA however you want. good luck.

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