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also attaching servo drive manual

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hi,
thx for the quick reply and sorry to reply u late,
i am trying to upload the bob manual for last 2 hrs but its not uploading.
so i am posting a link of the bob manual.

http://www.tinycontrols.com/datasheets/PP-BOB2-v2.pdf



regards

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Hi Craig,
Thanx a lot,
 So, that means I have to use my servo drive in position control mode.my requirement mostly will be plain and profile turning and boring.so,will position mode be ok for my operations?secondly can u help me with  signals from mach 3 to uc300 to my servo drive asda-B2-0721( I mean which signals to use,I m kinda lost there).
If it's position control mode,will I be getting the reqd torque or power from the drive.
Your answer will help me a lot.
And thanks once again for replying.

Regards
Jeetesh

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General Mach Discussion / Delta servo and uc 300 5 lpt motion controller.
« on: December 13, 2017, 04:27:00 AM »
Hi all,
I am very new to cnc and I want to convert my conventional lathe to mach 3 based cnc.
I have got 750 watts delta asda-b2 series servo drive and motor and uc300 5lpt motion controller.
My first question is does uc 300 works with servo drives? If yes how to interface it with mach3 ,Bob and servos.
If I want to use servos in velocity or torque mode.from the drives documentation I understood that there are pulse and sign inputs whereas mach 3 gives step and dir signals. So how to interface mach3 with servos,using uc300 5 lpt motion controller.

Can someone plz help me with this.
Thanks and regards

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Show"N"Tell ( Your Machines) / Re: Prima Lathe conversion
« on: December 13, 2017, 02:21:23 AM »
Hi zafar,
Can u give me details of wiring diagram and signals between uc300 motion controller ,mach3 and delta asda-b2.
I m kinda new to cnc ,will really be thankful if you can provide me with details.
Thx and regards

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Help needed
« on: February 02, 2017, 09:08:18 AM »
Thx for the reply.
I have followed all the instructions to configure the bob and drive.
My drive voltage rating is 18v to 48 v , my bob is 24v 0.5a and my stepper motor voltage is 3.92 v and current rating is 2.8a.I am powering both the break out board and drive from the same switch mode power supply.my power supply rating is 24v ,3a.my stepper motor is 8 wire nema 34 motor and I am using it in parallel configuration with 2/3Rd of the rated current.do u think my power supply is fine or I need a bigger power supply.






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General Mach Discussion / Help needed
« on: February 02, 2017, 01:24:27 AM »
Hi all,
I m from India, and I m trying to convert my lathe to mach3 based Cnc. So before going for the actual setup I thought I wud make a single axis setup without hooking the motor to actual machine, and try to run the nema 34 stepper motor using mach 3 ,a breakout board and stepper drive procured from tinycontrols.com.after completing the setup the motor doesn't moves at all.
1) when I power on the system the rotor gets locked.
2)when I use the keyboard left and right arrow keys the led indicator on the bob for step glows and when I change the direction(I. e when I press the left arrow key the led for direction on bob glows and I get a slight jerk on the stepper motor.)
3)I can see the direction of motor or tool on screen of mach 3.
I4)on the axis tab I have only selected z axis.
5)I have kept the chardest pump signal on and I can see its led indicator on bob glowing.
So can anybody plz tell me what is the problem or why the motor is not moving.
Thx in advance.

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