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Old Fri 28 May 2010, 15:52
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
Hello, A mechmate future TUNISIA

Hello
am Tunisian and I will soon build a mechmate Tunis
First of all I thank you for sharing all this information
I intend to build a machine for wood
I ask your opinion on this hardware configuration

http://www.slidesandballscrews.com/2m880n-microstepping-driver-p-303.html?cPath=44_97[/URL]

http://www.slidesandballscrews.com/s...ml?cPath=45_82

http://www.slidesandballscrews.com/p....html?cPath=54

http://www.slidesandballscrews.com/p....html?cPath=46

I'm sorry, my English is very bad, use the google translation
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Old Sat 29 May 2010, 00:12
MetalHead
Just call me: Mike
 
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Welcome !!!!
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Old Sat 29 May 2010, 02:41
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
Hi Hedi, your choice looks like this:

Motors:
SY85STH118-6004
Current (phase) 6 Amp
Inductance (phase) 6.5 mH
Length 118mm

Drives:
2M880N
8A current rating
24-70V DC supply
Autotune function for improved smoothness and performance.
Over-voltage, under-voltage, short circuit, overheat protection.

Power Supply:
PS705:
75V DC at 0A & 68V DC at 5A
340W (Continuous) = 340 VA

Parallel Break Out Board:
PCPPS-2


Those motors need quite lot of current and one power supply will not drive all 4 of them together.
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Old Sat 29 May 2010, 10:09
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gerald D View Post
Hi Hedi, your choice looks like this:

Motors:
SY85STH118-6004
Current (phase) 6 Amp
Inductance (phase) 6.5 mH
Length 118mm

Drives:
2M880N
8A current rating
24-70V DC supply
Autotune function for improved smoothness and performance.
Over-voltage, under-voltage, short circuit, overheat protection.

Power Supply:
PS705:
75V DC at 0A & 68V DC at 5A
340W (Continuous) = 340 VA

Parallel Break Out Board:
PCPPS-2


Those motors need quite lot of current and one power supply will not drive all 4 of them together.
hello Gerald
thank you very much to answer me quickly
Food I must have 2 (PS705)

but your opinion is good or not configuaration
because I need a supplier in London is my brother that I'll bring in Tunisia

SVP is what you have an address in London where I found the right configuration for my future Mechmate

thank you very much
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Old Sun 30 May 2010, 15:50
fawzikach
Just call me: Fabricio Wzikach
 
Madrid
Spain
Salut Hedi bienvenue !
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Old Tue 01 June 2010, 05:16
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
hello Gerald
I'm still waiting your reply about the hardware configuration to make my future mechmate

thank you very much
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Old Wed 02 June 2010, 16:10
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
Quote:
Originally Posted by fawzikach View Post
Salut Hedi bienvenue !
salut FAWZI merci
contant de vous connaitre
de quel pays vous ete
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Old Wed 02 June 2010, 16:11
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
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Originally Posted by MetalHead View Post
Welcome !!!!
thank you
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Old Wed 02 June 2010, 21:39
Gerald D
Just call me: Gerald (retired)
 
Cape Town
South Africa
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Originally Posted by Hedi Shaba View Post
hello Gerald
I'm still waiting your reply about the hardware configuration to make my future mechmate

thank you very much
See: Drawing Plan files for downloading - this is where you get the drawings
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Old Fri 04 June 2010, 05:49
Hedi Shaba
Just call me: hedi
 
tunis
Tunisia
hello Gerald
thank you very much for answering me
so I understand your message that I must
* 4 engines SY85STH80 NEMA 34
* 4 drievers 2M880N
* 2 power supplies PS 705
* 1 Breakout PCPPS2

but you think this electronic kit is good for making a Mechmate
I need your opinion please

thank you very much
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