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13 Aug 2012 16:00 #23091 by jlviloria
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Buenos dias,


Francisco, pienso que utilizar los servomotores viejos, seria ideal, pero conseguir unos drive que podamos utilizar, no se que tan facil sea.

Los drive originales no sirven para nada... estan muertos.

cualquier cosa me avisas, estuve mirando pero la verdad no se por donde empezar.

triste realidad.



gracias,


Jorge Viloria

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13 Aug 2012 17:25 #23101 by jlviloria
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Francisco que driver puede utilizar este tipo de controles, se necesita la board MESA 5i25.


quedo atento a tu respuesta.


gracias


jorge viloria

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13 Aug 2012 23:09 #23125 by dangercraft
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Vas a necesitar una Mesa 5i25 o 6i25 mas una o dos tarjetas hijas, dependiendo de como termines configurando los servos. Una cosa que deberias hacer es encontrar los drives y conseguir las marcas y los modelos de los drives a ver si los pudieses encontrar en Ebay. Ya si no los encuentras en ebay, entonces seria cuestion de buscar que servos y amplificadores usar, los cuales lo mas probably tambien los puedes encontrar en Ebay.

Saludos,
Francisco

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14 Aug 2012 01:39 #23144 by jlviloria
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Disculpa se que puede parecer canson o algo tonto, pero como te digo soy nuevo en estos temas. Solo para confirmar si consigo los driver o consigo los servos y los driver. solo me quedaria conseguir las MESA 5I25 y las dos hijas y ya y quedaria configurar.

Amigo motores y driver fanuc son compatibles con linuxcnc, de que marca me aconsejas, que tipo de pc me recomiendas.

De antemano muchas gracias por toda tu colaboracion



Jorge Viloria

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14 Aug 2012 15:23 #23168 by dangercraft
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Para simplificar las cosas, yo buscaria motor y amplificador. Asegurate que el amplificador tenga las opciones de control por posicion (step+dir) y por velocidad (0-10v). Posicion es el esquema de control mas sensillo de utilizar, el control de velocidad es preferible que tambien lo tenga ya que en un futuro puedes incrementar la funcionalidad de tu maquina a control de ciclo cerrado con esto. Te recommiendo que intentes leer el manual de linuxcnc 2.5 para que te instruyas en como funciona linuxcnc y entiendas el funcionamiento interno de ella y las diferencias en como se maneja internamente los dos esquemas de control.

A mi en lo personal me gustan los servos y los drive Panasonic ya que se consiguen a buen precio y son de alta calidad. Para un servo y un drive de 1.5kw puedes encontrarlos por approximadamente $1300 por el par.

Saludos,
Francisco

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15 Aug 2012 18:18 #23250 by robh
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its a shame them drives and motors dont work they are quite easy to interface to and work.

this looks like a new project to take on... does the spindle drive and motor work?
as might be the more costly thing to fix and replace if so...

DC spindle motor or AC?

how do turrets work? Hydraulic lift , does it use Hydraulic for spin also? or does it have a AC server?
any power tooling on this thing?

rob

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16 Aug 2012 14:31 #23292 by jlviloria
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Hello,

Rob, first thanks for taking my call. the same for Frank.

The servomotor work, but no drives.

you know of any drives that work with this type of servo motor.

Panasonic Frank recommended me, but in a video I saw on your youtube channel, I saw you mention ESTUN servo motor, think you can adapt these servomotors to my machine?

The spindle drive motor and if they work, it's 50HP is DC 180Amp is Reliance brand.

The turret I have not even looked at. but I think with hydraulic system, power tooling does not have.

this weekend I look at the turret.

thanks

any suggestion is valuable.

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16 Aug 2012 14:35 #23293 by jlviloria
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placa spindle
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16 Aug 2012 14:37 #23294 by jlviloria
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placa spindle
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17 Aug 2012 09:41 #23330 by andypugh
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jlviloria wrote:

The spindle drive motor and if they work, it's 50HP is DC 180Amp is Reliance brand..


Yikes! That's a serious amount of power/current.

There is a suitable drive on eBay, but no guarantee that it works:
www.ebay.com/itm/General-Electric-50-HP-...40-VDC-/140609207849

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