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  1. #151
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Regulations in the UK on estops state they must be 48 volts max,
    After my rewire its now 24v and wired to a relay which cuts 230v to the drivers and in turn to the estop input for BOB/Mach. But yes Strike had put it inline with the 230v supply to cut power.

  2. #152
    Quote Originally Posted by jimg100 View Post
    Is it ok to put my phone number on here as I would rather talk on the phone?
    You can PM me your number as I wouldn't recommend posting a phone number on a public forum.

    Or I can give you mine if that's easier.

  3. #153
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Regulations in the UK on estops state they must be 48 volts max,
    Ah ah John the only Regs this shower know about is Reg fries from Mcdonalds. .

  4. #154
    Oh dear., It just gets worse.
    The more I know, I know, I know the less. (John Owen)

  5. #155
    Quote Originally Posted by motoxy View Post
    Oh dear., It just gets worse.
    No bruce it just begin's.!! . . . Wait untill all the others start coming out the closet.!!!!!!!!!

  6. #156
    Homing switches now configured and working. Only the Z axis functional at the moment but I'm happy with the result.


  7. #157
    Here's a CAD knockup along with a few minor improvements and new Z axis.

    Ballscrew for the Y to replace the bent one arrived from China. Impressed with the service and price from Chai. A little over 70 for a 1.4m long 1610 with the ballnut.
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  8. #158
    Hi Ant

    Nice CAD models what software are you using?

  9. #159
    Quote Originally Posted by audioandy View Post
    Hi Ant

    Nice CAD models what software are you using?
    I was thinking that, his pics look better than my extrusion that's sitting on the bench!! I bet it isn't cheap tho! (If it turns out to be sketchup then I'll eat a mcdonalds!)

  10. #160
    Cheers guys. Its solidworks for CAD and then Keyshot 2.3 for the renders.

    KeyShot - 3D Rendering and Animation software

    These are pretty rough as things go. Done just to give me an overview of the machine really and make sure it fits together as expected. If you put the time in you can get some realistic rendering but its a lot of faffing adding small details in CAD and then playing with lighting and materials within Keyshot. Depends what your looking to achieve really.

    Here's one that's had a bit more time spent on it.
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