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    Re: Generic servo tuning advice, yaskawa

    Mactec54 thanks.

    Can you provide a higher resolution image of the first schematic. From what I can tell, the 2nd image shows CN14 which has a rs232 input. It may be possible to access the...
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    Re: Generic servo tuning advice, yaskawa

    OK, can someone post the manual. I will take a look.

    Thanks,

    Iron-Man
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    Re: Generic servo tuning advice, yaskawa

    Have you looked at this document SIE-S800-22.pdf on the Yaskawa site?
    It appears to show the digital operator connected to CN7.

    Are your drives running in speed or torque mode, there is a...
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    Re: Generic servo tuning advice, yaskawa

    You will need to do a few things; Each drive will need to have its internal parameters set to the correct motor. If you do not do this, any tuning external to the drive will be very difficult, a...
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    Re: EMI filter for 240v single phase?

    Good-Ham,

    I have used these with no problems;...
  6. Re: Yaskawa SigmaWin+ 5 and RS232 to USB adapter - any experience out there?

    I think you mean USB to RS232 adapter. First make sure that your USB>RS232 converter shows up in the device manager. Select a comm port.
    1st. You will need to set Comm port, baud rate, data...
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    Re: Yaskawa SGDB bench test problems

    Yes, it is a simple RS232 interface.

    Hope this helps,

    Iron-Man
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    Re: Yaskawa SGDB bench test problems

    Stotheh, check out ebay and look for the Yaskawa JUSP-OP02A
    digital operator. You will be able to examine and re-check the drive parameters.
    Also, download the SigmaWIn Software and configure the...
  9. Re: off grid X2 CNC without power inverter?

    First add up the total amount of power you will need, say 2KW etc.
    Second, purchase a inverter that has a pure sine wave output. This is key for any timing circuits / software..

    Hope this helps,...
  10. Re: What material should I use to build a 450nm optical protective box?

    Try this: https://jtechphotonics.com/?product=445nm-laser-shielding
    You may also be able to find larger sheets.

    Hope this helps,

    Iron-Man
  11. Re: Need pinout for Prolight 3000 lathe turret cable

    DSpeck try reaching out to this link https://www.homemodelenginemachinist.com/threads/prolight-3000-lathe-retrofit.20566/
    they may be able to help you.

    The most important part to figure out is...
  12. Re: Need Wiring Diagram for a Southbend Magnaturn 612 Planning Acorn / Centroid Retro

    I do not have a wiring diagram but I am looking at purchasing a 612 and refitting it to AC Servos.

    I posted on Home Model Engine Machinist and a MrMetric indicated that he may have access to some...
  13. Re: Current MESA hardware recommendation for AC servos

    I refitted a Denford NovaTurn to Yaskawa 100W AC Servos.
    The system is using +-10V in Torque mode.

    The system is as follows:

    AMD GizmoSphere I
    IBOB2 interface
    MESA 6i25
    MESA 7i77...
  14. Re: PP 2.0 Lathe Retrofit V3 Now With a Tormach Lathe BOB. Hitachi WJ200 VFD Assistan

    I noticed that J2 connects to the turret control board. The PIC has signals that terminate at J2.
    The PIC has "Capture/Compare/PWM Peripherals 5 Input Capture, 2 CCP, 3 ECCP,"
    I am almost certain...
  15. Re: PP 2.0 Lathe Retrofit V3 Now With a Tormach Lathe BOB. Hitachi WJ200 VFD Assistan

    Hello Contract_Pilot

    Can you identify the Large IC just to the left of PN 32574. Do you by chance have any high resolution images of this board?

    Thanks,

    Iron-Man
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    Re: Denford nova mill success (ish)

    Check out the Denford Site:
    Novamill, first time in cnc (Mach conversion)

    Novamill, first time in cnc (Mach conversion) - Denford Software & Machines

    Also see my conversion of a NovaTurn:...
  17. Thread: ACservo?

    by Iron-Man
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    Re: ACservo?

    First, you will need a Yaskawa Servo Drive that can take step-direction inputs. Post a picture of the label on the motor. This will help to identify which servo drive is needed.
    To answer your...
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    Re: Taig micro mill having problems

    This appears to be a closed loop-system. A servo can fault, if the position(encoder) reported back to the control software is not within (commanded position error). This error is usually set in the...
  19. Re: Small CNC with "INDUCTIVE COMPONENTS" DC brushed servo motors

    Hello Al

    Yes you are correct but there are a few that have step-dir. If he can find a Digiflex DPRALTE drive.


    "2.7.2 Step and Direction

    Most DPR drives support a differential or...
  20. Re: Small CNC with "INDUCTIVE COMPONENTS" DC brushed servo motors

    The servo motors look like Dynetic Systems DC Servo Motors 12 / 24 volt ?

    Any DC servo drive with the proper voltage should work.

    You may be able to find AMC drives on ebay that will work....
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    Re: Single Board computer for LinuxCNC

    Hello Mike

    The Gizmo II is a little faster but it does not have a SATA port like the Gizmo I. This was a dumb idea.
    There is a unpopulated SATA connector on Gizmo II. I have not added one to my...
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    Re: Torus Pro Servo + Pathpilot = Lost Motion

    Did you try to adjust the drives parameters in section 4.2?

    Iron-Man
  23. Thread: Yaskawa servo

    by Iron-Man
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    Re: Yaskawa servo

    These appear to be 100W 200V motors with a 13-bit incremental encoder.


    Hope this helps,

    Iron-Man
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    Re: Single Board computer for LinuxCNC

    Hello Mike

    I am running PathPilot on a AMD GizmoSphere 1. I have also demonstrated MACH 3 and LinuxCNC.
    I converted a Denford NovaTurn to AC servos;
    ...
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    Re: Torus Pro Servo + Pathpilot = Lost Motion

    Hello Jason

    You provided some answers for me. Do you have a oscilloscope?
    If the drives were set to Mach 3 then you could measure the step width and pulse width.
    Compare those measurements to...
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