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Bill, Did you try using the enable input? some drives don't require this but in the example shown on the amazon page they are using it.
Hi Bill, Let us know the make and model of the drive so we can look at a manual, I cant tell from the pics too much.
Hi Tom, so you are measureing 24V? until you put a load on it, aka the blackbox? double check 24v pos to pos and neg to neg, also maybe try a 24v...
1) Do you have the Openbuilds PSU? make sure the black AC wire is on L, white on N.. and tight
Make sure the input selector switch is set...
With ESTLcam you can click on any line and start from there, the visualizer updates after clicking so you can see where the tool will go. Came in...
“Motor makes terrible noise” Almost always a wiring issue, broken or loose connection, take a real good look.
Typical for a belted system is 1/8 micro, any less gets a bit noisy and not smooth. Are you using typical 20tooth pulley?
If yes, then it’s...
very unlikely, without all the details it's hard to help.
To Add to what Rob said, make sure you don't have your wheels too tight, this will lead a more backlash than typical.
And I recommend Dual belting...
You could use four DQ54MA's with a $12 Arduino Uno (Running GRBL), no need for Blackbox with it's build in drivers also running GRBL.
Hi Cdii, make sure you are getting 24VDC to the BB, use a multi-meter to verify.
couple things to consider
-PSU is left on 240V source instead...
Hi Halifaxson, Did you try increasing your current Pot on the axis a bit? Sounds like that on the Z but not sure on the X.
In the realm of screw steel, stainless is actually quite soft..
Alex, Dremal cutoff disk and grind a slot for a screwdriver, is pretty standard.. if you used loctite put some heat to it.
Hi Sully, the Acro is a lightweight system designed more for laser diodes, drawbots or printers. Unless you plan on using it for very light foam...
Maguru, check your "DIR" signal wiring.
Please post a link to the actual board you have, so we can help, also sounds like you have the motor hooked up the signal input instead of the...
The resistor is just for the signal from converter to motor driver nothing to do with motor power.
The output of the device is 13-30vdc...
Be sure to follow the notes on the product page, regarding stepper driver use:)
1>.Input voltage, output frequency signal
Hi Luke, you would need to use something like this 0-10v to pulse converter connected up to the stepper drivers step input. Use the same 24v PSU...