* Air-Cooled, High Frequency, Spindle Motor, New !!
Special For Metal Cutting, Numerical Engraving, Grinding, Milling
- Power : 0.7Kw, Phase 3
- RPM : 18000
- Frequency : 2P, 300Hz
- Current : 2.7A
- Voltage : 220V
- Collet : S40(ER16)
Cool Link Cable is required to connect the Cool
to a RS-232C port on a PC.
This cable is required when downloading motor pa-rameters
and motion programs onto the Cool Muscle or
when you wish to control a single motor via serial communication.
This is Easy to Use than Y Cable in Cool Muscle Company.
– White : 24V, Black : GND
Air-Cooled Spindle Motor, 1.5KW, ER20, GDZ93 x 82-1.5
1. Put the rubber band to pinchers as the picture.
2. The pin of connector puts in the pinchers.
3. Solder appropriate leads into hole by use of a soldering iron.
4. Prepare for cables.
5. Loosen a screw in connector housing.
6. Seperate the part of back in housing by a flat-head screwdriver.
– Take out carefully not to do by force.
7. Put each cable into the seperated housing to fit 1. 2. & 3.
8. Put the last part of cable to pin and solder.
You can do well if both an iron & cable reached at the same time.
9. Other pins do same and check soldering state whether it takes out or not.
10. Place pins as the picture.
11. Put them into connector housing to fit directions.
12. Screw it as the picture by use of a small a flat-head screwdriver.
13. Cover a connector case.
15. Screw the fixed part in cable.
17. Equip to spindle.
Work checking in reverse order in case you put it together again after taking out.
There’s a motor mount, 60mm sq.(2.36 inch sq.) as the picture below
and the edge in center of motor is not made but only when it has to be placed in center exactly,
the fixed hole can be right in case the motor equips.
The hole inside is 30π actually but it should be made 2mm deep more from 40π.
So…we made a type of the Edge Finder.
There’s a existing similar one and have seen it some people have made but
it was not proper for usage and only worried.
There’s another one in commercial product while spinning to be leaned to corner
such as “Accu Center” ?? but it is inconvenient in the engraver which
can not do “Tool Change” and the diameter is only 10π
No matter how much we guessed, it did not ring a bell.
In the meanwhile,
We thought it for 3 days that undertook a certain working that has to be made correctly
considering the method to measure precisely both side of sheet & the place of corner…
Thus.. “the Edge Finder” was made as follows.
It is used by acrylic and attach aluminium for electrical contact upper and
the wire is connected to Zero Tool Sensor.
The touch is set automatically and it is a same motion as Zero Tool Sensor.
By the way,
One problem is that X, Y axises vary with the diameter depend on using Endmill unlike Z axis.
That is to say, it has to calculate.
First, you start it from the edge of X axis and do it from the corner of Y axis.
You modify even the screen.
If push the button, X-Edge and X axis works, if push Y-Edge, Y axis works,
therefore….it finishs finding the original points for X,Y edges.
The result was much much satisfied.
It’s been made in exact center within tolerance that could not check
by Vernier Clifers as first picture.
We struggled for 30 Min. finding it before doing this but it still had much tolerance .
& were able to find the original point of corner precisely within less 30 seconds with this.
If you go to the screen that can modify each button in the “Edit Button Script” and
input the height of sensor compared to edge at where
the X-Edge is “SetDro(0,1.4)”and Y-Edge is “SetDro(1,1.4)”
First, touch the sensor by F100 and move back 2 mm.. and then..touch by F20 again and halt.
In this time, should change the value of DRO in each axis after you do
the height of sensor + the half of Endmill diameter.
For instance, If the End mill is 3 mm,
1.4+1.5=2.9 & input to DRO value and the current palce of Endmill can be 2.9
One more important point !!
The Endmill has cutting peak and a certain part of it can be smaller than diameter.
In other words, you should set the direction while you rotate it by hands so that
the biggest diameter of it can reach sensor.
– Refer to Mach3_all_ver2.set (Save in Computer and Run it)
- Zero Tool Sensor.
There is the adjustment of Feed Rate in Mach Screen as below.
Here are two-bar graph.
The bar graph in left is Rapid FRO and the right is FRO %
Rapid FRO in left is G0 in the G-Code and it means that it adjusts the Feed
when the Rapid not to start….so, also the ratio, up to Maximum is 100%
If 100%, it is the speed value designated in velocity in Motor Tuning.
Whereas the FRO% in right adjusts linear transfer Feed such as G1, G2, G3 in G-Code.
Actually this is suppoed to lift up to 250% in Max. if the feed is low.
Feed graphs in left & right work together in default setting.
If you unchecked “Lock Rapid FRO to Feed FRO” in the Config – General Config,
two-feed can be adjusted separately.
You can know if adjusted the Feed while running G-Code in mach.
G1 X500 F1000
G1 X0 F1000
Pls.. Refer to the file below. Save it first in your computer.
You can set not to see menu in mach3 screen.
It is not that important function but sometimes, it needs..
You should check the below in General Config.
And messages will come out as follows.
You push the button & finish the mach3. If you run it again, the menu will not see.
Of course, you can change it.
You open the file, Mach3Mill.xml by notepad in the mach3 folder.
You run “Find” in the menu and put the word “menu” and you’ll see “Menuoff” as red box below.
After changing 1 to 0 & save it and you finish it.
If you run the mach3, will see the menu.
This was a tip for using mach3.
* Mach3, Cnc Control Software – Artsoft
Lathes, Mills, Routers, Lasers, Plasma, Engravers, Gear cutting
* Converts a standard PC to a fully featured, 6-Axis cnc controller.
* Allows direct import of DXF BMP JPG and HPGL.
* Visual G-Code display
* Generates G-code via LazyCam or Wizards
* fully Customizable interface.
* Customizable M-Codes and Macros using VBscript
* Spindle speed control
* Multiple relay control
* Manual pulse generation
* Includes multiple wizards
* Video display of machine
* Touch screen ability / Full screen eligibility
* Overall Infomation : http://www.machsupport.com/
* For More Detailed, Refer to User’s Manual Below.
* 4 Axis Line Driver Output.
* DC Voltage Output for Controlling Spindle Speed. 0 ~ 10V / 0 ~5V Selection.
* 5-Switch & Sensor Input.
* DC Input Power, +24V, 150mA
* Included Parallel Cable. Horizontal Connections.
Ethernet (Lan) Connection, Motion Controller for Mach3
— Refer to User’s Manual below
- 6Axis, Dir/Pulse Line Driver Output.
- Relay No(Nomal Open / Contact, A) Output 7.
- Limit & Home Switch or Sensor Input 10.
- DC Input Power + 24V, 200mA.
- DC Voltage Output for Controlling Spindle Speed, 0~10V or 0~5V Selection.
- OC(Open Collector) Output. Select Voltage for Output.
- Included Ethernet(Lan) Cable.