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Old Mon 12 June 2006, 07:09
Gerald_D
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Basic schematic of a typical CNC control box

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Old Tue 05 May 2009, 10:54
javeria
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Bangalore
India
Some videos from Youtube explaining the control box similar to mechmate box

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfpNodHRSgY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTvh_ifVqEQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlBvYMjoWf4
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Old Tue 02 June 2009, 04:24
anton
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Cape Town
South Africa
Limit switch inputs

Hi Gerald,
Do the limit switches feed into the breakout board spare inputs, and are they used in the mach 3 program?

Anton
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Old Tue 02 June 2009, 04:30
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Yes, the limit switches are all in series with each other and only use one input into the breakout board for Mach to use.
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Old Tue 02 June 2009, 11:53
smreish
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Orlando, Florida
United States of America
The proximity wiring thread is here. for reference.
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 08:47
arcgenie
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Tasa
Morocco
Hi Gerald,
Please can you send me the complete Electrical & Electronic Plan of MechMate Machine.
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 08:53
MetalHead
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Columbiana AL
United States of America
http://www.mechmate.com/forums/showt...00&postcount=1

Drawings are here.

Details will need to be researched in the forum.
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 09:09
arcgenie
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Tasa
Morocco
Thank you MetalHead
I need just the complete & Electrical & Electronic Plan
The drawing in :
Part 1.pdf (2.22 MB, 16859 views)
Part 2.pdf (2.15 MB, 12115 views)
Part 3.pdf (2.47 MB, 11683 views)
Part 4.pdf (1.76 MB, 10451 views)
Part 5.pdf (1.60 MB, 11039 views)
are not complete, I'm new in electrical
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 09:32
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
You need to draw your own complete & Electrical & Electronic Plan based on the motors, drives, "breakout card", power supply that you will select. Each of those components have their own requirements from their manufacturers - it will help you if you select components with good clear instructions.
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 09:43
arcgenie
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Tasa
Morocco
Thank Gerald,
Can you send me the global Plan (or the drawing example) that explain principal Control Systems of the machine ?
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Old Tue 23 February 2010, 10:39
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
I am going to send nothing to you. You need to spend a lot more time reading the stuff already here on this web site.
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Old Wed 24 February 2010, 14:57
arcgenie
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Tasa
Morocco
Ok Gerald
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Old Mon 01 March 2010, 20:36
cncb
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Connecticut
United States of America
There is so much valuable information here on electrical stuff/controllers/geckos/BOBs. I've been here quite awhile and I'm still finding threads I haven't read yet. Best bet is to read read read and then read some more. If you see something or a term you don't understand or why something was done one way electrically the best bet is to google it, look it up and get a full understanding before doing anything. A clear concise plan can go a long way, and you should feel confident before you land a single wire.
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Old Sat 28 May 2011, 20:02
Red_boards
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Melbourne
Australia
I found this document on estop for PMDX 125 board and spindle. Neat circuit diagram.
http://www.pmdx.com/Doc/AN125-1_MachinePower_02.pdf
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Old Sat 06 July 2013, 14:10
IPenev
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Varna
Bulgaria
hahaha, I have been reading for a week and still hesitating of asking stupid questions before I read everything there is , He wants it over night
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