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Old Tue 16 June 2009, 04:01
gorantec
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bitola
Macedonia
DIY drives from pminmo, Cutting Video, #59 - Bitola, Macedonia

Hi

finaly i have all parts and today starting to build soon i will post pictures and if need help i i dont think theat i will not get mechmate is excellent community
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Old Tue 16 June 2009, 06:59
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Good luck to you Gorantec!
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Old Wed 17 June 2009, 10:41
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
build started finaly

i have start yesterday finaly and here is some pictures
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Old Wed 17 June 2009, 10:56
javeria
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Bangalore
India
Hi Gorantec - thats nice progress!
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Old Wed 17 June 2009, 11:25
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Hi Gorantec

Watch out for the positions of the cross-supports relative to the long beams. They should not be symmetrical like in your pictures. Have a careful look at drawing 1010300W:


(I have added the approx 209 and 409 dimensions for the sketch above - there is 200mm difference from one side to the other)
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Old Thu 18 June 2009, 01:17
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
Gerald ,

what problem can i get if i go like is now in the pictures ?

Thanks
Goran
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Old Thu 18 June 2009, 03:30
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Your router will not cover the full distance as shown below:


That dimension should be approx the "X" dimension you use for calculating the rail lengths, etc.

If that dimension is equal to your longest board/sheet, you will not be able to cut it all the way to the ends.
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Old Fri 19 June 2009, 01:16
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
the "X" rail in the picture is 2700 mm but my cutting area i like to be 2100 mm i think theat this calculation is correct ?
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Old Fri 19 June 2009, 03:42
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
If you are only planning to cut 2100, then your table is okay. In fact, it looks nice and strong. Sorry that I made you a bit nervous about the length.
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Old Sat 20 June 2009, 04:29
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gerald D View Post
If you are only planning to cut 2100, then your table is okay. In fact, it looks nice and strong. Sorry that I made you a bit nervous about the length.
Ok thanks Gerald
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Old Sat 20 June 2009, 04:31
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
i have stuck with driver from Deitech motors get enable but i can not move ? Whant can be problem ? Also since my power suply is not here yet im using power suply for test 32V and have around 9-10A can be theat problem which motors get enable but dont move ?
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Old Sat 20 June 2009, 05:07
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
Can you give us lots of photos of your test setup/wiring for the motors?

Are you using Mach3 and PMDX-122? Something else?
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Old Sat 20 June 2009, 07:48
javeria
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Bangalore
India
have you drawn out a circuit which you an share with us? I really interested in this drivers.

RGDS
IRfan
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Old Mon 22 June 2009, 02:40
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
i was using brekaout board this http://pminmo.com/4axisopto/4axisDIYopto.htm but i also try today with this board http://pminmo.com/PMinMOwiki/index.p...4axisinterface and with this board i can enable/disable motor with Mach3 but still i can not move motor ?
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Old Tue 23 June 2009, 10:39
gorantec
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bitola
Macedonia
Quote:
Originally Posted by gorantec View Post
i was using brekaout board this http://pminmo.com/4axisopto/4axisDIYopto.htm but i also try today with this board http://pminmo.com/PMinMOwiki/index.p...4axisinterface and with this board i can enable/disable motor with Mach3 but still i can not move motor ?
with the second interface i have success but this test was on table will see when i finish construction and then i will post resaults from drivers .
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Old Tue 23 June 2009, 11:07
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Gorantec,
Is this a board that you built yourself, or was it premade and tested?
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Old Wed 24 June 2009, 01:31
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
Quote:
Originally Posted by domino11 View Post
Gorantec,
Is this a board that you built yourself, or was it premade and tested?
yes i made my self from here http://pminmo.com/PMinMOwiki/index.p...4axisinterface but now everything is ok will see when i finsih all
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Old Wed 24 June 2009, 06:47
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Yeah,
Phils site is very good for the DIY stuff. Good luck with it.
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Old Sun 09 August 2009, 14:16
gorantec
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bitola
Macedonia
just to let you know my project is not dead since i dont post anything my machine is finished painted and this will make first test and psot some pictures
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Old Sun 09 August 2009, 19:09
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Gorantec,
Good luck, I take it your diy board is working fine now.
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Old Sun 09 August 2009, 20:44
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
I look forward to lots of pictures!

We going to Croatia on holiday next year, but I am starting to think that Macedonia will be better!
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Old Mon 10 August 2009, 09:21
sasko
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Kavadarci (Macedonia)
Macedonia
I will suggest following links for you:
http://www.exploringmacedonia.com/ ; http://www.visitmacedonia.com.mk/
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 00:47
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
Gerald you will not make mistake if you come to Macedonia

ok now i like some help my motors need power suply of min 32 Amps but i found power suply with more then 50 Amps and 58 V but i can not find some capacitors for theat suply what will happen if i put without capacitors ?

And also please let me know since my drivers are go to 256 micro steps what will be the best micro step ?
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 02:29
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
I think you make some typing mistakes 32 Amps? 50 Amps? That is far too much!

You must have the capacitors. If you cannot find new ones, then you will have to find old ones from scrapped electronics somewhere.

256 microsteps means that your computer must give very high frequency signals. A normal computer cannot go that fast. We mostly work with 10 microsteps.
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 14:47
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
well the my motors are all rated 8Amps in bipolar parallel conection but i have put some power suply witch give 32V and 10A total with 30000 mF capacitors and the machine work perfect

My machine make first cut and was perfect at first time i will post pictures and video in couple hours
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 16:20
gorantec
Just call me: gorantec #59
 
bitola
Macedonia
Ok here is picture of first cut and also videos :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Szm2XpYS_w0
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 16:27
jhiggins7
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Hebron, Ohio
United States of America
Gorantec,

Congratulations. Great work.

Okay now, just some logo's and you are ready for a Serial Number.
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 20:36
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Very well done Gorantec!

How many other CNC routers are in Bitola? I am sure that you will get nice work for your new machine.
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Old Tue 11 August 2009, 22:29
Kobus_Joubert
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Riversdale Western Cape
South Africa
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Well done . Let the real fun begin...enjoy
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Old Wed 12 August 2009, 06:17
javeria
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Bangalore
India
great sir, how are the drives performing???
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