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  1. #11
    Do you know if the encoder below are quadrature type?
    Accu 755 1000 pulses/rev
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    Would you recommend to follow this route to a newby or the risk of failure is too high?

    Thanks
    Last edited by agors; 12-10-2019 at 07:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agors View Post
    Do you know if the encoder below are quadrature type?
    Accu 755 1000 pulses/rev
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    Would you recommend to follow this route to a newby or the risk of failure is too high?

    Thanks
    I would guess that is a quadrature output incremental encoder, however searches have not found any manuals for a 755 encoder.
    How many wires does it have?
    Ideally you want encoders with differential outputs, which means you're looking at a minimum of 6 wires (+V, Gnd, A-, A+, B-, B+), plus possibly an index pulse (Z-, Z+).

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  3. #13
    9 wires;

    I’m a bit worried to follow a servo based approach;

    I’m uncertain on what to do...

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  4. #14
    Hey Welcome to the Rye club from New Zealand!

    Here is my Rye MG3000 which we acquired about a year ago. I am currently doing a full rebuild and retrofit of the control systems, moving to a DSPMC/IP, keeping the original Servo amplifiers and Tachometers in place. There is a lot of work in it!

    Hope all goes well with your machine they are quite rare!

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  5. #15
    Here I’m with some updates;

    all new electronics and motors;

    looking at the coupling
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  6. #16
    Today I worked on some stuff mainly for safety;
    - plaque to allow the motor to sit perfectly flush on the Cnc frame (there is a 2mm step on the moto housing)
    - cover for the power supply, so that the risk of touching the 220v cable is lower;
    - case for the BOB (not my design)

    I’ve also made a mask so that the new motors will be perfectly centered respect the old motors.


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  7. #17
    More things done, soon other updates
    Last edited by agors; 09-10-2020 at 01:53 PM.

  8. #18
    machine perfectly running thanks to a colleague
    Last edited by agors; 09-10-2020 at 01:52 PM.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas.f View Post
    Hey Welcome to the Rye club from New Zealand!

    Here is my Rye MG3000 which we acquired about a year ago. I am currently doing a full rebuild and retrofit of the control systems, moving to a DSPMC/IP, keeping the original Servo amplifiers and Tachometers in place. There is a lot of work in it!

    Hope all goes well with your machine they are quite rare!

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    These bring back fond memories i operated these machines for some years.

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