Nothing can beat hands-on training; however, coming to Legacy's facility in Springville, UT for training is not always practical. On Tuesday, March 15, 2011 at 6:00 pm Eastern Time, Legacy will be testing a live online training session. Class size is limited and will be offered to everyone who request an invitation on a first come first serve basis starting with Legacy customers and then open to everyone while spots are available. To request an invitation and reserve your spot use the Live Online Training Request email form found on the Contact Us page. Request to participate in this first class must be received by Sunday March 13, 2011 so that we can respond to your request and organize the class. If you are accepted you will receive an email 30 - 15 minutes prior to the start of class (5:30 pm - 5:45 pm Eastern Time) containing a link to the class. Once you click on the link you will be taken immediately into the class. The class will start at 6:00 Eastern Time and go until 6:30 with 15 minutes of Q&A following the class starting at 6:30 pm and ending at 6:45 pm Eastern Time.
The first class will be on creating a home location for the A-Axis using the G28 code. If, for example, you use a four jaw chuck and change the X-Axis home location so that you don't crash the cutting tool into the chuck, or if you inadvertently change the home location by mistake, you can easily return to the permanent home location and reset the coordinates.
The purpose of this first class is to test the chat, conference call, file sharing and control sharing capabilities of the program. We will attempt to record the class allowing Legacy to post the video on our website for later review.
We look forward to seeing you in class and examining the possibilities of the live online training.
Legacy Woodworking Machinery