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    This is all I can find.
    3 axis CNC/router / Alu profile frame....25mm Alu Cutting bed X=500mm Y=300mm Z=110mm.....Supported 25mm X rails ....Supported 20mm Y rails....Supported 20mm Z rails.....2.2kw Chinese WC spindle......"USB Breakout Board Interface 200KHz"....M542 Drivers..SY60STH86-3008BF Motors...running....Mach3 / Cambam / Emachineshop.

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    What rating or output is your PSU, if you dont want to change that as well then you need to match your drivers to that so they dont go pop!, consider if or not you plan to upgrade or use the new drivers on another machine in the future.

    .Me
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    output on PSU is 24v 8.3A 50-60hz /http://www.interinar.com/fs-20024-1m.html

    na I wont be using on another machine.
    Last edited by dudz; 24-03-2013 at 02:57 PM.
    3 axis CNC/router / Alu profile frame....25mm Alu Cutting bed X=500mm Y=300mm Z=110mm.....Supported 25mm X rails ....Supported 20mm Y rails....Supported 20mm Z rails.....2.2kw Chinese WC spindle......"USB Breakout Board Interface 200KHz"....M542 Drivers..SY60STH86-3008BF Motors...running....Mach3 / Cambam / Emachineshop.

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    How about some of these: DRV30/S the tec doc is here for these as well.

    Should be nice for a 4 wire bipolar motor, cheap, well made and very good support from Roy if anything was to go wrong.

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    Why are they better? are they not overkill for what he needs and his PSU being only 24v ? What about the duty if they get seen coming in?

    .Me
    Last edited by Lee Roberts; 24-03-2013 at 03:51 PM. Reason: changed from amps to volts
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    What is Zone 1 and Zone 2 ?
    It looks good but the circuits have no cases. So I would have to build something.


    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Roberts View Post
    How about some of these: DRV30/S the tec doc is here for these as well.

    Should be nice for a 4 wire bipolar motor, cheap, well made and very good support from Roy if anything was to go wrong.

    .Me
    3 axis CNC/router / Alu profile frame....25mm Alu Cutting bed X=500mm Y=300mm Z=110mm.....Supported 25mm X rails ....Supported 20mm Y rails....Supported 20mm Z rails.....2.2kw Chinese WC spindle......"USB Breakout Board Interface 200KHz"....M542 Drivers..SY60STH86-3008BF Motors...running....Mach3 / Cambam / Emachineshop.

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    The Zones are for postage.

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    .Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Roberts View Post
    Why are they better? are they not overkill for what he needs and his PSU being only 24v ? What about the duty if they get seen coming in?

    .Me
    Yes they are overkill but being overkill means they are not running flat out and plenty in reserve.
    Plus they are in a case, post paid and cheaper.
    That M542 design has been proved over many 100's of thousands of units built.

    I have bought loads of these, none have ever hit the radar, usually they get declared as a USB cable at $10
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    Patrick,

    Have a look here: Enclosures, you could also get a System4 board and build yourself a nice control box to house everything :).

    Just an idea

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