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Robhi

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Hello Brett,

thanks for your reply, but I only found a stepper calculator, and nothing about servo motors,
I do not know how to do it with servo motor.
Robhi

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Hello every body.

I have servo motor for my future cnc. I have the following kit servo motor:-
  NEMA 34 Servo Motors 3 Axis CNC Kit:

NEMA34 Servo Motors 3 Axis CNC Kit(115VAC,230VAC):

3 PCS Geckodriver G320X, 80V/20A

3 PCS KL34-180-90 (NEMA 34) Dual Shaft, 1125 oz-in Peak 90V/40A

3PCS US Digital: E5-500-250-N-S-E-G-2 Individually
Packaged Shaft-Mount Optical 1/4" diameter shaft.
Molded mounting ears for 1.812" bolt circle (with
Installation Tool) for NEMA 34 Servo Motor

3PCS CA-FC5-SH-NC-6 Connector for 500 line or
250 line Encoder: 5-pin polarized conductor
shielded round 24 AWG cable. Standard
length is 6FT.

1 PCS KL-7220, 72V, 20A, Unregulated Power Supply, 110V/220V

1 pcs 5V Power Supply, 110V/220V

1 PCS C10 Breakout Board for 6 axis ( E-Stop or Limit Switch can be
wired)
I have a ball screw of 10mm pitch , with a pulley of 60 teeth on the screw. the second pulley which is mounted on the servo motor is 20 teeth, and the belt is T5. I also have Gecko 320x...

How could I calculate the step per revolution please?

I do not know if I give you all the information that you need.

thanks for you in advance for your help.

my unit is in mm.

thanks

Robhi

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Gecko 320 , Servo
« on: March 03, 2013, 02:29:23 PM »
thanks too much, I guess that I understood a little bit.

Will try and let you know, hoping that I would not make a fire. lol
Thanks for all you


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General Mach Discussion / Re: Gecko 320 , Servo
« on: March 03, 2013, 09:02:50 AM »
Hi, thanks for your replay,

so there is no problem if I turn it badly ? i.e, if I turn it more or less than 75 %

thanks
Robhi

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General Mach Discussion / Gecko 320 , Servo
« on: March 02, 2013, 01:30:49 PM »
 :) Hi every body,

I would like to use gecko 320 for servo, but there something that I can not understand, so I need your help please.

it is written that before testing the gecko drive, we should turn P I D T trimpot to 11 O'clock. Could I have your help please, with more details, please?

thanks

Robhi

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General Mach Discussion / Re: help pls
« on: January 15, 2013, 03:56:03 PM »
 :) Hello, I guess everything is OK, hood has helped me too much. thanks for all of you.

now this topic is over

thanks again

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General Mach Discussion / help pls
« on: January 14, 2013, 05:01:59 PM »
Hello,

happy new year for all of you..

I need some help from one you who lives in USA, I live in Switzerland. If there is someone who could try to help, please contact me at my mail

robhinazzal@hotmail.com

thanks for all you

Robhi

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General Mach Discussion / Re: servo encoder ?
« on: April 30, 2012, 04:24:12 PM »
Thanks too much for theses good information that you gave me, I am very happy of your reply thanks à lot again.
I may have some others question, but, I guess later...


best regard
robhi

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General Mach Discussion / Re: servo encoder ?
« on: April 30, 2012, 03:25:46 PM »
hi Ray L and of you of course...

to continue the discussion, I use exactly gecko 201 and my steppers are as the following




Code

160-010-00400



Type

Hybrid Stepper



Holding Torque

220Ncm



Step Angle

1.8°



Rated Voltage

7.5V



Rated Current

2.5A/Phase



No. of Wires

8



Size

57x57x115mm



Shaft Dia.

10mm



Shaft Length (Front)

30mm



Shaft Length (Rear)

30mm



Net Weight
My power supply is 24 volt for 10A,
what kind of power supply could I use?  I would like to have the best for my gecko and my steppers in order to increase  the performance of my machine.
best regards

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