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So I've finally decided to go for individual drivers and a breakout board.
Now to track some down.
Last question on this matter.
What controls the amount of voltage each motor receives and is it ok to use both Nema 17 and Nema 23 motors on one...
Oh well, I thought USB was the answer but reading into it a bit more and with the help of you guys here, I've decided against USB.
Back to a...
Other alternatives but more expensive
read these threads first before buying:
Interested to know the differences between using USB or parallel port to control an OX router
Software requirements, advantages of USB over...
As correctly mentioned by Rick 2.0, the model name reflects the amp rating:
Nema 17 - Rated Voltage 2.8 VDC Rated Current DC 1.68 A
Nema 23 -...
what board were you using that got burnt out?
I'm in much the same position as you. Mechanics done, dead board, but trying to decide...
Is it possible to identify these motors and their amp requirements from the numbers?
You got me thinking now, if I removed the profiles in the middle of my router perhaps I could make another smaller OX...lol
your build looks really good.
If I grab the Y axis rails and push they do move when the X is at one end. I haven't got my spoiler in...
Forgot to mention my table is 1500 x 1500.
I think that more than 4 corners would be required to stop flex.
Rather than make something,...
Just wondered what methods others are using to hold the aluminium framework to a table/bench.
I'm leaning towards some form of L brackets, but...
As Tweakie mentioned, I believe these yellow things are simply crimp wire joiners.
Gutted now, because my build is currently on hold until I can...
These are the instructions that were supplied to me for the TB600HG
The Nema 23's and Nema 17 on the Z...
Tell me, how do I set the individual motor current on this board. Is it the dip switches on the board itself?
Also, how will I know...
If I remember correctly, 25.4mm is the key to conversion
So 12 inches = 12 x 25.4 = 304.8mm
1/4 inch (.25) = .25 x 25.4 = 6.35mm
The chips are tb6600