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Safe and accurate homing speed
« on: November 20, 2007, 11:28:02 AM »
What speed would be safe to run during homing and still get an accurat homing?

Mabye this is like asking: how big is a car?


I run rapids/max speed of 7500mm/m, and are currently homing at 50%.

Are there any answer to this without testing with a dial?

My homing switches are inductive switches that run through a plc

Cory

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Re: Safe and accurate homing speed
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2007, 06:31:50 AM »
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Are there any answer to this without testing with a dial?

That is the only way you will know for certain. Lots of variables to consider. Mach will be consistant at any speed, it is the other compomemts I worry with. Timing is everything. It isn't recommended to run your home switches through a PLC. You should run those and other time critical inputs-outputs to the PP. Not saying it won't work, just not recommended.

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