4 Weeks Ago #21
What you make of that / that's the 1000 series controller/:
l Be able to process up to 1000 blocks of program per second, which makes the high-speed & mini-line cutting available.
l Equipped with U-disk port through which CNC systems provide the following functions: store and recover systems’ software and machining data, perform DNC machining by executing a program in U-disks.
U disc must be USB disc/ In Chinglish/
4 Weeks Ago #22
When I get hold of the controller and fitted to working machine I'll give report back.
To answer your question from before the reason for the 1000 series was because I asked for controller best suited to Router and this was recommended.
4 Weeks Ago #23
Today i managed to make a short video of very interesting combination. DIY CNC +ESTL CAM trochoidal path + HSMAdvisor + DDSCV1.1 motion controller .
Mind me that it's first the time ever i use trochoidal toolpath, am testing the vacuum fixture and the board at the same time. So i was a bit afraid and limited the plunge rate, so i could react, cause i had the camera at my left hand. Thats why at the moment of entering the program i was trying to make sure i do not make a mistake.
All was perfectly calculated by HSMAdviser and executed by ETSL Cam. Thumbs up to the makers of these 2 programs. Look at that nice chips. So CAM +motion control here together cost less than 200 euro. At the moment ESTL cam starts showing properly the toolpaths as a list - as any normal program, I will be extremely happy to say:" Why pay more for Vectric?" . Even so its an excellent program. If only for the V carving and the Trochoidal toolpaths.
So i am more than happy. Freud 2 flute 19mm bit, 11mm depth pocket, then full depth 19mm profile . Both at 16000mm/min feed 5.8% or 27.8% degrees HSM width of cut
I was really excited to see the machine move and cut so smoothly at 16000mm/min, i dont know if you will get to feel it from the video, but it was super smooth. Mass of gantry is around 200kg!
OK. here is the video. I show how the board copes with probing also. Lower the volume and enjoy, when you feel bored from watching the pocketing, at min 7:15 start the slotting at full depth:
Last edited by Boyan Silyavski; 4 Weeks Ago at 03:32 PM.
That looks very good Boyan.Must admit I have been looking at some of the videos from ESTL Cam.John S -
4 Weeks Ago #25
I switched from cambam to estlcam and for what I do its brilliant.
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4 Weeks Ago #26UCCNC next
Again hardly any information other than a video of threading with a felt tipped pan. The hardware manual is 21 pages long 19 of which tell you how to connect it up to the ethernet port, [ is it THAT hard ? and if it is WHY ? ]
TP from the Mach3 forum is pushing CNC Drive to bring UCCNC to be comparable to Mach3 feature wise. It's already close, and getting better with each release.
4 Weeks Ago #27
4 Weeks Ago #28
I've got the UC300 in an M44 motherboard from CNC4PC, and I'll be using their C62 breakout board which works with 24V inputs. If needed I can add an additional 24V input and output board (M27/M28 I think).
What is the cost of that lot ?John S -
4 Weeks Ago #30
The UC300, M44 and C62 is about $370 US. The other two boards are an additional $40 each.
The UCCNC license was free with an introductory offer on the UC300ETH until Oct 15, or the first batch runs out.
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