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  1. Re: Blog Post concerning Merger CNCzone - IndustryArena

    Cheers Paul, thanks. Best wishes for the future....
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    Those limit switches look OK. The rolling ball...

    Those limit switches look OK. The rolling ball may mean they are not so accurate for zeroing purposes(slight variation each time) but good for extreme limit switch to halt machine for safety.
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  3. 12V is not enough. You need 24V. not so many...

    12V is not enough. You need 24V. not so many amps. maybe 15...
    Using 12V will be OK for testing. it will work but not be as fast as you want. so many fixes reqd for this board but main ones are...
  4. I suggest using this technique to check if your...

    I suggest using this technique to check if your port and parallel cable are working properly. You only need a multimeter and trial of mach3.
    CNC Electronics 5 -Testing the Parellel Port.wmv - YouTube
  5. The jumpers you show will probably not work for...

    The jumpers you show will probably not work for the enable lines. On a 3-axis board they need to go straight across rather than diagonal. see circuit on second page of thread.

    You can leave the...
  6. An encapsulation of what I have been able to...

    An encapsulation of what I have been able to glean from the 57 prior pages. This information was invaluable in getting my 5-axis system to work.
    With thanks to you all...

    Essentials:

    Never...
  7. I recently purchased a chinese Blue 5-axis board...

    I recently purchased a chinese Blue 5-axis board (6560AHQ). It has www.hyu68.com screenprinted onto the back.
    Its very similar to the three axis but appears to be a new revision. It has an extra...
  8. I suggest the extra 74hc14 in the step line might...

    I suggest the extra 74hc14 in the step line might not be the right solution. Perhaps a better one would be to add the inverter into the dir line.
    I suspect the error in counting is happening at some...
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