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  1. #121
    Yes you are right

    I may be able to make adapter plate when my cnc machine is running or at worst make new one's when it is finished so not all lost.

    at least I have a shell to copy and the plugs are still usable

    James

  2. #122
    Quote Originally Posted by luke11cnc View Post
    at least I have a shell to copy and the plugs are still usable
    Yes they do look worth copying for 20 each...

    More parts for you:

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    The bore of that last ballnut mount came out very shiny. I used a polished carbide tip in the boring bar from APT:

    http://www.shop-apt.co.uk/carbide-in...m-uni-tip.html

    I didn't do anything special - it was just cut dry with the auto-feed. Would definitely recommend them for getting a good finish on aluminium...

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  4. #123
    Now that's looking good Jonathan

    Just the gantry side's too do and I've got a long long weekend of work on my cnc

    thank you they do look good

    James

  5. #124
    I have found the 6 pin connectors on ebay but would like advice on there load rating please before I buy as I seem to f-this up quite often

    any way here is the link

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10-6-PIN-M...ht_1240wt_1163

    Thank you for looking in advance

    James

  6. #125
    James,
    I think you said earlier that you were using Nema 23 motors(I think the Nema 23 peak at around 4.5 amps )so those plugs and sockets should be fine. You could always mount a little junction box next to the motors and connect them up that way like i did. Saves alot of hassle and time.

    Ian

  7. #126
    Ian

    I thought they where nema 23 but they are SY60

    James

  8. #127
    I think that would be Nema 24 then. Still around 4amps max give or take a tad.

    Ian

  9. #128
    Yes they are 60mm, which seems to be referred to as Nema 24 though I doubt that's an 'official' size. They are rated for 4.2A per phase in parallel, so those connectors are fine...
    I take it they're for the 'control box'?

    By the way the CY cable arrived.... so we've got plenty now.

  10. #129
    cool Jonathan I will see you Monday

    I can't wait to see all the parts you've made for me and Luke

    Luke has a short week this week he finishes school on Friday at 12.30 so we will be in the garage all weekend next week working on the CNC machine

    Yes they are for the control box

    James

  11. #130
    Quote Originally Posted by luke11cnc View Post
    I can't wait to see all the parts you've made for me and Luke
    Your waiting is over:

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    My home, gradually filling up with swarf...

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