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  1. Re: Yaskawa DR2 servopack made with RS422/485 interface

    Guys, any update or we need to scrap those DR2-08AC-NY41 drives? :(:(:(:(
  2. Yaskawa SGM series servopacks - is it possible to control them on DIY machines?

    Guys i need serious help.

    I have a set of servopacks with matched ac motors. They are Yaskawa SGM series AC servomotors (SGM-08AFFJ12) with DR2 series servopacks (DR2-08AC-NY41).
    Is it worth to...
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    Re: Harrison Universal Miller Conversion

    :D:D

    I wonder how did you drill-out so long hydraulic pipe accurately?

    do you mean outer tube thickness is the same as thread thickness and inner element thickness in cross sectional view?
    ...
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    Re: Harrison Universal Miller Conversion

    Thank you Andy for reply. Now i get the concepts behind the driven nut. I came to the same conclusion (4 squate pieces) when thinking about ATC grippers. Did you use Silver Steel for rod and other...
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    Re: Harrison Universal Miller Conversion

    Great project and fantastic work! Would you share details of your steady screw-driven nut assembly? any dimensions for reference? I wonder how you made it so compact. What bearings did u use - a pair...
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    Re: HEIDENHAIN ROD 426.0010-128 - what PPR?

    initially i thought mine encoders are 128 ppr but there are no 128ppr resolution listed under ROD426 encoders in Heidenhain catalogue...
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    HEIDENHAIN ROD 426.0010-128 - what PPR?

    Hi Folks,

    I have two heidenhain incremental encoders. Theirs name plates say ROD 426.0010 - 128. Id. Nr. 250 048 57.
    I found Heidenhain datasheet for the whole encoders family. ROD 426 is...
  8. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    Thanks mactec54! 8-32 is enough to know to make one. If I manage to buy this mill (so far I can't even get info if that mill is still available... strange) i'll make that knob out of brass (knurled...
  9. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    Thanks for info. Does anyone know what thread is that knob? I guess all the threaded connections on this mill is imperial, not metric. As i live in Poland we use metric system and i do not have...
  10. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    Guys, i can't see micro feed reverse knob in the middleof the micro feed hand wheel... I saw cross sectional drawings of BP head and it looks little fragile to me.
  11. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    SeebeaGizmo - i'll go for it. I'm not making money on metal cutting. It's just my hobby...
    mactec54 - wow, that X power feed is HUUUUGE!

    Regarding R8: how would you compare Morse#3 or even...
  12. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    I found exploded view of 6F powerfeed for X axis:
    264756
    Lot of parts as for such a simple task mechanism indeed:) What was the main issue? Worn brushes in motor, worn gears, clutches, electrical...
  13. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    SeabeeGizmo - could you explain me what is wrong with x axis power feed mounted on that mill and X screw? I guess switch box is safer when mounted on the head - no coolant, no swarfs.and easy to...
  14. Re: Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    Thank you guys for help.
    Regarding Morse 3 tooling it will not be a problem at all as I live in Poland and most of my tools are Morse tappered. But I WILL have a problem with R8 taper tools. Import...
  15. Bridgeport - advice needed. Strange stand.

    Hi guys!

    I decided to go Bridgeport for a hobby use in my homeshop. I just love the way it looks like and read many good things about this mill. I found one that interests me much but I'm little...
  16. Re: Modernization of the Elm Dc Servo Controller (Russian UHU by Hudognik)

    I'll try solution with +5V fron USB - have you tried it? I assume GNDs must be connected together (USB&LPT) to avoid noises, spikes...

    punisher454: i'll put the code i used to program my...
  17. Re: Modernization of the Elm Dc Servo Controller (Russian UHU by Hudognik)

    Hi everyone!
    i've made three servodrivers of this type.
    So far they work ok on the test bench:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kRuQKLGUfI

    But there is one problem when connecting them to PC...
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    nice job Iron-Man! you mean that red coating...

    nice job Iron-Man!
    you mean that red coating when talking about first powder coated part? how you doing it? that red aluminium part looks like after electrical oxidation of aluminium. Do you perform...
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    wow, X2, RF45, mini lathe, bigger lathe... nice...

    wow, X2, RF45, mini lathe, bigger lathe... nice equipment:) what ya think about those little chinese lathes?

    Do ya guys know some good source of timing pulleys for reasonable prices? here in...
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    i don't have one:) i have 3 solenoid valves, one...

    i don't have one:) i have 3 solenoid valves, one for every axis and i plan to use reduced compressed air to push oil out of container. So it will be easy to set oil pressure with standard air...
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    i used flow control valves which consist of...

    i used flow control valves which consist of one-way valve and throttle valve in parallel connected. maxium pressure is 10bar. Althrough these are pneumatic valves i think they will work with oil as...
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    here is an oil malifold for one axis. 6mm OD /...

    here is an oil malifold for one axis. 6mm OD / 4mm ID PE tubes for oil distribution. I plan to drive it with oil under pressure of 4bar. On top there are 3 regulation valves. Do ya think this...
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    i'm thinking about some deeper modification on Y...

    i'm thinking about some deeper modification on Y axis. See pictures. What ya think? Y axis ball screw is to be lowered, say 20mm. It will give me opportunity to go out with ball screw at the back...
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    here is some my CAD drawings. Thank you Flenser...

    here is some my CAD drawings. Thank you Flenser for link. Now i recall i saw your thread before.
    As for y axis double nut on screw: i'm worry that it will reduce Y travel. ??? Milling some flat...
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    Jermie, what ball screw size do you choose for...

    Jermie, what ball screw size do you choose for x/y? I'm also converting ZX45. I think RM1605 screws are too tiny. But I don't know if there is enough room to mount RM2005 screws from RMB with two...
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