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    No, don't think it would do any harm.

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    Plugging the terminator in shouldn't do any harm, either will leaving it off, as without any expansion modules, the CAN bus won't be doing much.

    The purpose of it is to stop signals from reflecting/bouncing of the end of the CAN bus wiring, and causing interference.
    Avoiding the rubbish customer service from AluminiumWarehouse since July '13.

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  5. Thanks to the Legend that is Dean I got a stepper to move last night - woohoo!

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    Awsome!! :D

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    Very nice!
    In a few days you will make dust....men glitter!!!

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  11. #506
    Anything on the machine which moves by itself counts as 'first movement' so woo-hoo indeed ! Nice one Joe and nice one Dean where ever you are !
    Last edited by routercnc; 08-11-2017 at 08:10 PM.
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    Well Done Joe.

    Your thread is a constant spur on for me. I'm in the same position of young children and no time so I know how well you are doing to move the build on.
    You will have to start designing those things that you dreamed of making when it was a If only I had a CNC machine I could make ??????.

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  15. Actual, real life, jogging movement on Y, ladies and gentlemen:


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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeHarris View Post
    Actual, real life, jogging movement on Y, ladies and gentlemen:


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    Nice one Joe getting closer

    Sounds nice and smooth too so general alignment and straightness of ballscrew is pretty good
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  18. #510
    When's the party Joe
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