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    Industrial machine board

    One of the woodworking forums I use has this post:

    We need a replacement CPU card for a 1995 Weeke BP15 Woodworking Point to Point Machining Center. The card is an
    ELTEC E-16/2 4691
    CPU30 E16 8MB Ethernet Co analog Y2k
    2-083-03-0076 EKV erfasst

    It occurred to me that this might be a better place to post such a request. Has anyone got an idea of where to track down industrial components?

    Thanks,
    BH Davis

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    Re: Industrial machine board

    Have you tried MACHINESEEKER?

    Seems to be others if you Google the machine name and model number.
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    Re: Industrial machine board

    Thanks.......I'll pass that on. I suspect though that getting the board from a discontinued machine (which I think this is) is not a simple as just calling used machinery dealers.

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    Re: Industrial machine board

    I can't imagine where else you might get component parts for a discontinued machine or from a company that has gone out of business?
    If not out of business, have you tried the obvious, checking the manufacturer itself?

    I guess I'm not understanding your request.
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