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General Mach Discussion / 4th axis
« on: January 04, 2013, 02:51:02 PM »
I finally finished my 4th axis and put a 10:1 gearbox on the servo motor.  the "steps per" is 55.5555555 and that = one 360 degree revolution.  The problem is that the feedrate now is 10 times slower than it should be.  can i fix the feedrate problem some way?

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Can someone tell me which pin to use or how to configure Mach to use the 110 AC Solid State Relay?  It says pin one on it.  When i configure mach to use pin 1 is turns on and off the pin 1 which is located with the step / direction pins.  I will like to use an high speed Dremel tool and control it on/off with the program. 

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General Mach Discussion / I'm Losing Position HELP!!!!
« on: October 03, 2008, 12:15:25 PM »
Hello, i just got my retrofitted hurco cnc mill working.  I have a package from kelling, nema 34 servo motors, breakout board, 320 gecko drivers, 500 line US digital encoders.  I wrote a program using mach3 to run +11 inches to zero 240 times and i lose about .030 from position.  I do have indicators on both positive and 0.000 positions.  US digital offers a board which keeps tract of exactly the position of the encoders. (It seems) http://www.usdigital.com/products/interfaces/pc/internal-card/
will mach3 work with this card so can be sure i wont lose posiition?  Can anyone tell me a way or something i can buy so i know i wont lose postion?  i already tried to increase the frequency width,  (doesnt work).
Can anyone tell me what the "servo Serial Link Feedback" option is in port setup and axis selection?

Thanks

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Modbus / losing position
« on: October 02, 2008, 10:24:07 AM »
Hello, i just got my retrofitted hurco cnc mill working.  I have a package from kelling, nema 34 servo motors, breakout board, 320 gecko drivers, 500 line US digital encoders.  I wrote a program using mach3 to run +11 inches to zero 240 times and i lose about .030 from position.  US digital offers a board which keeps tract of exactly the position of the encoders. (It seems) http://www.usdigital.com/products/interfaces/pc/internal-card/
will mach3 work with this card so can be sure i wont lose posiition?  Can anyone tell me a way or something i can buy so i know i wont lose postion?  i already tried to increase the frequency width,  :-\(doesnt work).
Thanks

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