Copy Data from CNC Router Machine SCSI HDD

Photographed are Seagate ST31200N and Quantum ProDrive ELS hard drives from old computer controller machinery. The drives have 50 pin SCSI controller interface cables.  5 drives are pictured, the Seagate has black case, while the Quantum drives are silver.
Seagate and Quantum SCSI Hard Disks taken from old CNC equipment


Disk Conversions & Transfer - SCSI Hard Drives from CNC machines - MChadwick, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Copy Data from CNC Router Machine SCSI HDD

The customer said ... Very efficient & professional throughout the fast process. You have saved us thousands of pounds if we would have had to program all the lost data. Mny thanks for your hard work! About the data copying - 5 SCSI disks were received for us to transfer data from an old Weeke CNC Routing machine (BP15 and BP12) circa 1994, 50 pin SCSI Seagate ST31200N HDD 1GB HDD . We made a backup disk image copy to allow clone drives to be made. The data was copied to 4 new SCSI hard disks (2x ST31200N (2072435 sectors = 1GB) and 2x Quantum ProDrive ELS (250068 sectors = 122mb). This made a clone to another SCSI drive as well as backup dd image file on a DVD and USB stick for furture use.


Copy Data from CNC Router Machine SCSI HDD

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The customer said ... Very efficient & professional throughout the fast process. You have saved us thousands of pounds if we would have had to program all the lost data. Mny thanks for your hard work! About the data copying - 5 SCSI disks were received for us to transfer data from an old Weeke CNC Routing machine (BP15 and BP12) circa 1994, 50 pin SCSI Seagate ST31200N HDD 1GB HDD . We made a backup disk image copy to allow clone drives to be made. The data was copied to 4 new SCSI hard disks (2x ST31200N (2072435 sectors = 1GB) and 2x Quantum ProDrive ELS (250068 sectors = 122mb). This made a clone to another SCSI drive as well as backup dd image file on a DVD and USB stick for furture use..