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Discussion in 'Controller Boards' started by tazma, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. tazma

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  2. Christian James

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    There is no power supply shown connected on the drawing?
    You have connected the +5v wires from the drivers to the 3.3v pin (should be 5v pin)
    You have no ground wire from the (invisible) power supply connected to Arduino ground pin.
    You should probably use pull-up resistors on the arduino.
    Are you using grbl firmware?


    sorry...can't speak Spanish :(
     
  3. Rob Taylor

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    I'm going to keep this simple so Google Translate can do a good job if it needs to.

    Here's my actual working setup before I start putting it in an enclosure. I hope you can follow it!

    Photo Jan 09, 04 13 57.jpg

    Photo Jan 09, 04 13 32.jpg

    Photo Jan 08, 18 32 15.jpg

    Photo Jan 09, 04 14 53.jpg

    In the third image, you can see the Y axis STP/DIR wires go into a plug in the top left. After that, the black and yellow wires become black and green.

    Currently, the white ENABLE wire is disconnected from the Arduino (steppers are always active).

    I do not have stepper power ground connected to logic ground. All stepper driver grounds are daisy-chained together and then go into pin 14 from the X driver.

    Blue wire (pin 11) and white wire (GND) deliver TTL PWM to the laser driver.
     
  4. tazma

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    [QUOTE = "Christian James, post: 75325, miembro: 113444"] ¿No se muestra una fuente de alimentación conectada en el dibujo?
    Ha conectado los cables de + 5v de los controladores al pin de 3.3v (debe ser un pin de 5v)
    No tiene un cable de tierra de la fuente de alimentación (invisible) conectada al pin de tierra de Arduino.
    Probablemente deberías usar resistencias pull-up en el arduino.
    ¿Está utilizando el firmware de grbl?


    lo siento ... no puedo hablar español :([/ QUOTE]
    ahora si foto con fuente de alimentación
     
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    ahora si foto con fuente de alimentación

    Rob Taylor gracias por las fotos que entiendo
    Que tienes el eje Y puenteado ???
    Es correcto
     
  6. Rob Taylor

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    Power supplies:

    Steppers: 24V. Last photo, red and black wires, top left, into black and yellow wires daisy-chained across all drivers.

    Arduino: USB from PC

    Laser: 12V (small silver power supply)

    Photo Jan 09, 06 19 44.jpg

    Yes, Y axes are bridged, the blue and green wires in the third photo connect the STP and DIR signals. One of the motors is plugged in backwards so it turns in the correct direction.
     
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    [QUOTE = "Rob Taylor, post: 75341, miembro: 287"] Fuentes de alimentación:

    Steppers: 24V. Última foto, cables rojos y negros, arriba a la izquierda, en cables negros y amarillos encadenados a través de todos los controladores.

    Arduino: USB desde PC

    Láser: 12V (fuente de alimentación de plata pequeña)

    [ATTACH = full] 37258 [/ ATTACH]

    Sí, los ejes Y están puenteados, los cables azul y verde de la tercera foto conectan las señales STP y DIR. Uno de los motores está enchufado hacia atrás para que gire en la dirección correcta. [/ QUOTE]



    No puedo descifrar cómo se conecta si es posible dibujar
    Subo foto de lo que logré descifrar.
    ardu.gif
     
  8. Rob Taylor

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    Yes, I was trying to keep the wiring as simple as possible. Much clearer to see and perform surgery!

    On the image, that's all correct so far. Add another black wire going from Y-1 PUL+ to the Uno pin 3, and connect Y-1 PUL+ to Y PUL+ with a green wire. Connect Y VCC to Y-1 VCC with a yellow wire, and then continue it to the power supply DC V+. Connect Y GND to Y-1 GND, then continue it to the power supply DC GND. Now you have my setup:

    updateImg.jpg
     
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    ok bueno, lo intentaré para ver si funciona bien
    Supongo que la configuración que tengo en
    XZ seguirá funcionando bien o cambiará también
    [QUOTE = "Rob Taylor, post: 75370, miembro: 287"] Sí, estaba tratando de mantener el cableado lo más simple posible. Mucho más claro para ver y realizar la cirugía!

    En la imagen, eso es todo correcto hasta ahora. Agregue otro cable negro que va de Y-1 PUL + al pin 3 de Uno, y conecte Y-1 PUL + a Y PUL + con un cable verde. Conecte Y VCC a Y-1 VCC con un cable amarillo y luego continúe con la fuente de alimentación DC V +. Conecte Y GND a Y-1 GND, luego continúe con la fuente de alimentación DC GND. Ahora tienes mi configuración:

    [ATTACH = full] 37282 [/ ATTACH] [/ QUOTE]



    ok bueno, lo intentaré para ver si funciona bien
    Supongo que la configuración que tengo en
    XZ seguirá funcionando bien o cambiará también
     
  10. Rob Taylor

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    X and Z should continue as they are. X PUL/DIR into pins 2 and 5, Z PUL/DIR into pins 4 and 7. You can continue the chained black/yellow power supply wires through each of them too.

    At some point, I'm going to get my white ENA wire hooked back up to pin 8, but it was giving me problems so I didn't do it already. I just need to get grbl configured right to make it work.
     
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    ok para ver si puedo probar la operación
    Voy a comentar el resultado.
    Gracias
     
  12. Rob Taylor

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    Dedos cruzados! :D
     
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    this would already be final

    configuracion tazma.JPG
     
  14. Rob Taylor

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    If you want to do step on low, maybe, but that's not the way mine works. I'm guessing ENA+ would go to Arduino +5V too. I'm not sure, I was just showing my setup.
     
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    ok si entiendo
    Mi duda es qué diferencia hay puente de ena + o ena -
    ahí está la pregunta
     
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    hola bien y trabajo todos los 4 motores gracias a todos ahora alguna duda es normal que si todo está conectado a la fuente de alimentación, Arduino, los motores emiten un sonido muy suave o no tiene que escuchar nada. También me gustaría que alguien me aconsejara. como configurar el grbl
    salu2
     

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