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General Mach Discussion / Missing codes in auto tool changer
« on: April 22, 2018, 03:45:08 PM »
Hi there
I was going over the auto Tool changer codes “M6Start”, and It appears to me that some codes are missing there, as the codes executing, and after Calling the MovePos() subroutine, it moves to the position of the Old Tool coordinates and then it goes down to ("G53 Z" & ToolDown ) So far so good, but then before releasing the old tool, Shouldn’t it to move forward or backward let’s say a value of 50 mm in order to basically force in or slide in the collet chuck to the Collet chuck Holder (that plastic u shape chuck holder in an array of let’s say 8 tool Holder) then releasing the old tool?
And similar action on new tool pick up procedure?
Regards
Jhonansaro

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Issues on referencing my Y axis
« on: April 22, 2018, 03:39:14 PM »
Hi there
Problem resolved, since I was using 2 different kind of Home Switch, apparently they created some kind of noise, that after adding some relay switches to my limit switch the problem is resolved and all is fine.

Regards
Jhonansaro

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Issues on referencing my Y axis
« on: April 20, 2018, 11:40:44 PM »
Hi ger21

Yes all dro's zero as if they were homed.

As you said I believe, I have noise problem, I am looking into it.

Regards
jhonansaro

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General Mach Discussion / Issues on referencing my Y axis
« on: April 19, 2018, 10:49:37 AM »
Hi there
I am putting together a 2*5 - meter Wood Cutting router using 750 w delta Servo Motors and ASDA B2 Drivers, The Controller is Mach3 (I am attaching the Picture of it). In this Controller the Y axis is called X therefore, my 2 motors for moving the Y axis is called X1, and X2 in this controller which is no problem so far, should mention that I do not need to slave X1 to X2 or Vice versa, because they actually rotate the Motors in Opposite direction, which is cool.
Everything was working fine, and at my first trial I moved the Motors very smoothly and nicely. I started the referencing process, and everything referenced rather nicely, and I moved to calibration Process, and everything was going fine. But at the end of the day I noticed one of my long axis, Y (which is being powered or moved by two servo Motors X1, x2) motors is lagging slightly. I thought that I should Tight up My Gantry Screws and bolts, which I did the next day, but at a little later time when I tried to reference the Axis, I noticed that My Y axis is not referencing properly, and after moving a little it stops before it reaches my Inductive Home switch, and then it continues to reference my X axis.

After Many Trial
My Z axis Reference properly
My Y Axis Stops before reaching my Home switch
My X axis Reference Properly         

Should mention that My Y axis occasionally referenced properly, but at next trial It again stopped before reaching my Home switch, and at each Trial it traveled a different distance before stopping, and as I tried more it traveled less distance before stopping. And at some Trial one of my Y axis Motors Lagged rather drastically, and a little short circuit at X1 Motor connections happened, which caused me to turn off the Machine, and re wired that connection (My X1 Motor) 

I wonder what could be the cause of it;
1: Could it be because of my faulty cables going to Servo motor from my driver? But if I have a faulty wire or cable or the Motor itself, shouldn’t I get some warning and/or alarm coding from my Drivers? Because I do not get any alarm from my drivers
2: The most suspicious Item to me is my Controller, I think my X1 Plugin is not working properly. Each Plugin contains 4 wires (Direction –) (Direction +) (Pulse –) (Pulse +) Line drive 5V
Any recommendation greatly appreciated
Regards
Jhonansaro


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General Mach Discussion / Re: How to Install an auto tool changer
« on: March 26, 2018, 01:12:04 PM »
Hi TPS

Thanks for the reply.
I sort of know about them.
But could you explain with a little more detail.
I  know that there is a Start and stop Macro, I already have the "M6Start" file, Do i also need a stop Macro? or is it in my Start macro already?
also I think I need  to add some Tab pages to my Mach3, Do you have the links for them?
My Spindle should have the required Solenoid, I am planning to use CC (Chinese) or HSD (Italian)

Regards
Jhonansaro

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Hi ger21

i know about that Link, and I watched before, But some how at the moment I JUST CAN NOT open it up. It is asking about the Flash Player Installation, and I just can not get it
I do not know what is wrong? Do you have a Link about that Clip in MP4 Format? Or In YouTube?

also i know I have to install Couple of Files, and I need to add few Tab Page to My mach3, Could you please provide the Links for them?

Regards
jhonansaro

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General Mach Discussion / Mach3's Video Clip about auto tool changer
« on: March 25, 2018, 03:04:36 PM »
Hi there

I know that there is a video clip about auto tool changer and it's macro, but I just can not get hold on it,

could you provide the link for it?

Regards
jhonansaro

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General Mach Discussion / How to Install an auto tool changer
« on: March 25, 2018, 12:38:41 PM »
Hi there

I am trying to Install a CC Auto tool changer Spindle Model (MHS72-7512FSF).

What I like to know is What hard ware do I need to have? , and what steps do I need to take in order to do so?

Please be noted that this my first attempt to install a Spindle with ATC, I installed a Manual spindle before, BUT ATC I am a Newbie.

Regards
Jhonansaro

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Hi there

Yes possibly there are a lot of scenarios that could work, but from the equation that I provided to you if you choose to set P1-44 ,and P1-45 both to an equal Number,
Then you are forcing the servo to run with an accuracy of .0001 mm, which is kind of Unreal.

Travel   175 mm
Reducer  10:1
Pulse /Revolution 17 Bit   160,000 
Desired accuracy      .001  mm

Gear Ratio = 160,000/(175/.001)*10/1=10     off course it is 9.41


Regards
jhonansaro

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Dear Craig

I came across some reading which I am attaching it for your viewing, apparently this documents shows how to calculate the Gear Ratio, which i found similar Info. in
Delta's Manual. The calculation of the gear ratio are as follow:

Travel   175 mm
Reducer  10:1
Pulse /Revolution 17 Bit   160,000 
Desired accuracy      .001  mm

Gear Ratio = 160,000/(175/.001)*10/1=10     off course it is 9.41

Please let me know your opinion

regards
Jhonansaro


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