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    Re: 1st Build, will this be a decent Design?

    You can put in a diode and a buffer capacitor. That is how the SMPSs are connected in my machines. The diode protects the PSU from the spikes and the capacitor buffers the voltage. And you can...
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    Re: NCStudio OR Controller

    Or you could use a small fanless computer, which is just a fully enclosed box with PC functionality with less power than what a real computer has, but still powerful enough for CNC control.
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    Re: NCStudio OR Controller

    In this case you will really need some kind of pendant controller, if you don't want a computer in your workshop.
    But then you will be limited to what that pendant can do. You cannot design anything...
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    Re: NCStudio OR Controller

    You misunderstanding what ethernet is for. Of course you not having your control computer 80 meters away from your machine. LOL.
    You place the computer next to your machine in your workshop with the...
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    Re: 1st Build, will this be a decent Design?

    I'm using UCCNC on 2 machines. now finishing the 3rd machine.
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    Re: 1st Build, will this be a decent Design?

    Did you check the AXBB-E manual? It answers all of your questions. :)
    It supports 6-axis, but only pins for 4 motors are wired out onto the screw terminals, if you want to connect more then you can...
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    Re: Its Aliveeeee my AXBB-E is working

    Yes it is pretty simple to set it up. The manual gives step by step instructions.
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    Re: Looking for Advise / Opinions

    Square rails are much more rigid because they take up the rotational force also.
    Round rails and slides can move rotate around and they will do if your machine frame is not rigid enough.
    Also round...
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    Re: Masso CNC Control Issues

    This is why I'm using UCCNC, because it is pretty stabile, more stabile as Mach3 and is customisable and has more functionality as the Acorn.
  10. Re: Special offer UC100 with free UCCNC license key!

    I bought one at that time but a friend of mine took it off my hands. I thought my new machine build will go slower than how it actually went and now I'm without controller.
    I saw this post and...
  11. Re: Special offer UC100 with free UCCNC license key!

    Will there be any similar special offer for AXBB-E anytime soon?
    I need one soon so it would be nice.
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    Re: UCCNC400ETH & Mach3?

    I used that combination for some time and it worked fine, but then moved to UCCNC.
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    Poll: Re: How fast is your homemade CNC?

    High acceleration is the important for 3D work. If your machine velocity is fast, but can accelerate the axes up slowly then it will be still slow with 3D work because it can't accelerate up and down...
  14. Re: UCCNC PROBE G31 NOT WORKING MOST OF THE TIME

    When not working isn't your axis already on the endpoint you program?
    For example G31 Z-10 will move only if Z not equals -10.
    If it is already -10 then it will not work, because the axis is...
  15. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    I had exact problems running the Dyn4 at even 400kHz is why my original statement. Reducing the frequency to about 200kHz solved the problem.
    I also had issues with several stepper drives when I...
  16. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    I would use industrial drives and controller instead not step/dir with those high resolution encoders.
    That something is rated to something does not always mean that it can be safely used in all...
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    Re: UCNC Motion planning question

    It has trapezoidal profile, just like how Mach3, Mach4, Linuxcnc, Acorn all have trapezoidal profiles. If you looking for S curve profile you might want to take a look at EdingCNC.
  18. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    The time base of 400kHz is 2.5 microseconds, I don't think that a cleaner step signal is needed than that.
    MHz signals are very short needle like pulses I would not run my system with that fast...
  19. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    "just 400kHz"? Show me a stepper drive which can input more than that.
    And tell me how safe is to put MHz signals into cables in noisy environments.
    Doing that is megalomanic idiotism. :wave:...
  20. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    Haha, your feelings again mactec. The UC400ETH is a whole better than the Smoothstepper, it works with 3 softwares (Mach3, Mach4, UCCNC) and works flawless.
    So he can upgrade any time to mach4 when...
  21. Re: DMM Servos with DYN4 Drives on G0704 Random Alarm Issue

    With a UC400ETH/UC300ETH/AXBB-E you also get max RPM, they can do 400kHz.
  22. Re: Special offer UC100 with free UCCNC license key!

    Cool. :)
  23. Re: My laser cutting Machine build---180Watt CO2 laser

    There are some icons above the text box when typing a reply. Select the 3rd from the right which is the "insert image" and I think it is straight forward from there.
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    Re: Laser Raster Engraving with UCCNC.

    Nice.
    Laser details? What power? Diode or CO2 laser?
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    Re: Need some Noobie help

    What software?
    Mach3? Mach4? UCCNC?
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