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Brush less servo

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by future_cncist, Mar 16, 2015.

  1. future_cncist

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    Clearpath - Stuff dreams are made of!!!
    Still I`ve made a note.

    Gray
     
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    I'm going to buy one for a work project. So cool.
     
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    Nick
    Keep me posted please.

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    Gray,

    maybe I should get a few extras...
     
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    I`m interested in the electrics you are going to need.
    And generally how it will work with servos.
    Look good though - don`t they. :thumbsup:
    The best I could do would be by one each month! :(
    They look like a good established company.
    I reckon Hytech will be watching closely too! :D

    Gray
     
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    Their "Clearpath SD" motors would be the obvious choice for CNC applications, since they would interface directly to the normal step & direction signals that stepper drivers use. They recommend a 75VDC linear unregulated power supply, but claim they are operational at only 24VDC.
    Their claim to be able to handle 150:1 inertia mismatch is most impressive, if real... probably not applicable to belt drive systems.
    And then there's this: "Teknic products are only available to volume OEM clients."
     
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    The drivers are included on the Clearpath models.
     
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    Justin time

    Brush less = no internal arcing . much quieter operation with higher efficiency .

    Superior in design and performance .

    In a word > quality .
     

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