Professional System-Level Control for CNC Manufacturing, Robotics and Automation
Site Search:


Please see the Tips and Suggestions for Leaving Comments below.

For answers to your questions, please e-mail info [at]

Comments (53)

Topic: Reviews
5/5 (48)
First < 1 2 3 4 5 > Last
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
DavidSaunders (UK)
Hi Bob,
I am also old and have been using Delta Tau Pmac for 30 years. Now taken over by Omron their products are changing for the worse. Not flexible any more. Did you ever using Pmac stuff and how do you compare it ? I never found anything that the Pmac couldnt do.
2nd June 2021 5:38am
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Adam Cohen (US)
I bought two KFLOP boards and one KONNECT board, and have received nothing but prompt and outstanding support (not being a C programmer, for example, or using non-standard limit switches, I've needed quite a bit of handholding). The capabilities of the hardware are also tremendous. I couldn't recommend Dynomotion more highly.
24th May 2018 3:23pm
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Ben Stevenson (Canada)
Our company has been using Dynomotion products for years. The incredible and continuous support we have received is one of the major reasons why we keep coming back to use Tom's fantastic control cards.
25th April 2018 12:24pm
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Anton (Russia)
Very good support. Make changes in to soft opening more possibility, and friendly support maker very helping. Also, the quality of the products is superior and the software is very user-friendly. I recommend this product.
12th April 2018 11:44pm
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
S Zhang (Canada)
Very good experience with their KFLOP and KSTEP. The quality of the products is superior and the software is very user-friendly. I also got the best customer support I could ever asked for.
8th April 2018 4:59pm
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Justin Brady (US)
Used KFlop and Kanalog to upgrade a 1998 Dyna EM3116 Mill to the 21st century.
Overall a simple and smooth experience. The only issues I had were either of my own making or with old components. The Dynomotion stuff is top notch and performs exceptionally at a fantastic price point. I'm now actively looking for more old machines to give the dynomotion treatment!
4th April 2018 1:48pm
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Mike (US)
Good hardware, bad software and support. I work with CNC control systems as a part of my job. This system is difficult to setup due to a lack of proper documentation. The documentation available is not well organized and not very clear. I use and have written technical manuals for many years, these are terrible. The company cannot decide if it is making a product for hobbyists who want to sit around figuring things out or if they want to make a product for a professional who should be able to ... Read More
19th March 2018 10:41am
Adolfo (Spain)
Hi Mike, bad support?? and I suppose that also seems expensive too... I do not feel identified with your comment (and think i´m not the only one), and feel that it is a contempt to the work that these people do, if an amateur can configure this hardware and a professional does not, I´m so sorry very much for the professional, it´s not a "ready to fly" products but is more powerful and adaptable that other options in the market.

kind regards
20th March 2018 3:22am
Mike (US)
I agree that it is more adaptable than other products on the market. That's why I ended up using it. However, when you've used some of the other products available that have been developed by larger, more experienced companies you see that the documentation and support for this is limited (extremely). The simple fact that you have to wait, sometimes days, for an email response about any issues is dreadful to me. No real company releases a product and expects customers to have to wait ... Read More
27th March 2018 7:16am
Mike (US)
I think a lot of people here have experience running CNC machines. If you do, you'll understand this: CNC machines have the ability to show you the distance remaining to move before you reach your next commanded position. In other words, if your G code commands a move from X0. to X10. while your machine is traversing between those points you can access a mode in which the controls displays the distance remaining before you reach X10. I was just told by Tom that his product does not have ... Read More
27th March 2018 11:26am
First < 1 2 3 4 5 > Last
Page 3 of 6

Add Comment

* Required information
(never displayed)
Bold Italic Underline Strike Superscript Subscript Quote Line Bullet Numeric Link Email Image Video
Notify me of new comments via email.
Remember my form inputs on this computer.
I have read and understand the privacy policy. *

Tips and Suggestions for Leaving Comments:

  • Tell us which products you have and are reviewing.
  • Briefly describe your application.
  • Tell us how long you have used Dynomotion products.
  • Mention something about your own experience.
  • Provide links to any videos and pictures that will help others understand your application and setup.
  • Your e-mail address is kept confidential and never displayed. It is only used for notifications about your comment and for service issues.
  • We have a mixed audience, please keep your comments professional. Dynomotion reserves the right to censor reviews for offensive content.
  • If you have negative comments to leave, please first give Dynomotion the professional courtesy to correct any issues you may be experiencing. E-mail

Copyright © Dynomotion, Inc.