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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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Re: Old technology Stiffy drive replacement

What a very interesting question! :) you can find support, parts and service here: (German language) (English translation) 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.

Posted on Oct 09, 2007

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