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hi all my name is david, im a maintenance manager at a woodworking company in nottingham england. im just getting into cnc as a hobby, my only prior experience with cnc is on a 12' gantry router at work running an osai controller with bosch drivers/steppers. my field of expertise is with omron plc's, anybody struggling with one give me a shout.
david

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thanks guys, i googled max nc and found it to be a machine manufacturer, from what i can make from the threads in here the wave driver must be some kind of auto configure for their kit. to be honest i was sceptical about it working as even if mach3 could alternate pulses to two diferent pins, it could not reverse polarity so the motor would only ever run in one direction. i had seen a breakout board advertised which could directly control steppers up to 700mA at 5V without drivers using the wave driver config, this would have been perfect for what i need but as the saying goes, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
David

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General Mach Discussion / direct stepper control with Max NC10wave driver
« on: November 21, 2009, 04:33:15 PM »
help!I want to control two small steppers directly from the breakout board without drivers for a micro lathe project, i have been told i need to check the Max NC-10 wave driver in the ports and pins config screen. i cannot find any literature on this function, please could someone give me some info?
David

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