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  1. #1
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    Question Hello, can you help me with HP UHU BOARD

    I'm looking urgently

    I have been for a while looking for REAL HP UHU BOARD kit!


    Have been in contact with Paul & Mr. Kreutz, but That report themelves absent.
    And have had contact with Henrik Olsson-which lapels me to you.




    You are my last hope


    do you know where I have a REAL HP - UHU BOARD or kits can purchasePlease


    Hoping for a speedy mail


    Thank you to help me


    Yours sincerely


    PIERAERD Frederik


    Email = pieraerd.frederik@gmail.com


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    Re: Hello, can you help me with HP UHU BOARD

    Hello;

    I am sorry for the delay, I seldom read the posts on this forum anymore because of the lack of free time. If you are still interested in the HP-UHUs I could email you the Gerber and NC drill files so you can order the PCBs from a PCB manufacturing facility and make your own drives using the part lists already on the forum. Henrik can probably sell you the CPU modules for high pulse/rev encoders or you can get the original UHU chips from Uli.

    Best regards,

    kreutz

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    Re: Hello, can you help me with HP UHU BOARD

    I still have my HP UHU boards. Still have plans to use them. So many projects. So little time. Does Henrik still sell the CPU modules?

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    Re: Hello, can you help me with HP UHU BOARD

    I am pretty sure he is still selling them...

    Regards,

    kreutz

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    Quote Originally Posted by kreutz View Post
    Hello;

    I am sorry for the delay, I seldom read the posts on this forum anymore because of the lack of free time. If you are still interested in the HP-UHUs I could email you the Gerber and NC drill files so you can order the PCBs from a PCB manufacturing facility and make your own drives using the part lists already on the forum. Henrik can probably sell you the CPU modules for high pulse/rev encoders or you can get the original UHU chips from Uli.

    Best regards,

    kreutz
    Hi could you send me the Gerber and drill files Thanks
    squirrel@thekis.com.au
    cheers

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    Hello,

    I am 18 years old and intrested in cnc electronics, automation and metal working.
    I am not really advanced in electronics. I have made some usefull arduino projects such as a arduino controlled lengt stop (like a tigerstop) for my bandsaw. The positioning sytems i made before were with steppers. I recently bought a gecko gx320 drive, wich works really well for smaller dc servo's.
    Now i want to controll something bigger with a hp-uhu.
    I want to build my own uhu drives. But it is hard to find up to date info,scematics and source code about the drive.
    Are there still cpu modules available? Or is it possible to program them yourself?
    Can someone supply me the current scematics, gerber files and parts list for the hp-uhu.
    Any help would be greatly apreciated.

    Kind regards from Belgium
    Louis Neyens
    Email: neyens.louis@gmail.com

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