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  1. #1
    Just before we get the scrap man in to top up our tea fund i thought i would see if anyone thinks there may be something of use to them, mind you its damm heavy stuff :-)

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    malc

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    What are the circuit breakers
    Are they suitable for a cnc cabinet?
    The e stops look handy as well
    Also what is the transfer in the front of the first picture any voltages on it

    Cheers. Paul


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    Are the black motors with the ally on the end stepper motors and is the ally part some form of gearbox ?
    If so I’d be interested in a few of them
    Had a look online and can’t find any info on them


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    Hi Paul
    E-stops will do perfect for this type of work
    I will take some better pictures for you tomorrow so you can make a better call than me for the other bits
    And yes that is a gearbox on the end of the stepper motor and no i dont know the ratio :-D

    malc

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    Excellent. Cheers. Paul


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    What is the frame size of the steppers Bernie?
    And how long before they go in the skip. I know we are locked down but I can go out to fix appliances, so If your works heaters need attention I could visit.

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    And i am not fluent in itallian Paul but could Giri (on the plate ) indicate the ratio

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    That’s a good call john
    In which case these would be excellent for a project that I have in mind

    Paul


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    I can put anything aside for as long as needed to save the scrap man :-)
    So frame size, i am really sorry but not sure i know which bit to measure.

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  10. #10
    Hi Malc
    The nema flange designation would be the size of the square flange in inches so looking at the ones with gearbox I am guessing from your caliper Nema 34 and I would like a couple of those if possible .

    https://www.kollmorgen.com/en-us/dev...ma-frame-size/

    Difficult to see if the ones which you say you have only four are bigger or smaller but the square size of the flange would tell us .
    E stops? yes please
    Breakers? yes please
    Are there any distinct drivers or are they incorporated into the machines boards?
    Anything there that looks like a power supply? I certainly see transformers both toroidal and conventional.

    Am thinking that the it would be good to have the opportunity to have what in Cumbria we would call a "ratch".
    For those who do not understand our lovely dialect I am thinking of a rummage amongst the contents of the heap ,

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