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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by irving2008 View Post
    Manual here‎

    2.5A min, 5A max driver in 350mA steps
    step settings 400, 1000, 2000, 4000 (i.e. 1/2, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20)
    opto-isolated inputs
    regenerative dump circuit
    is that good???? ive looked at the manual, but how easy is it to connect to a BOB board (if it can be run off a BOB board)

  2. #12
    Hi Nik

    The 6400 is a programmable motion controller we have some of the old 6200 which I have programmed, not really any good for CNC.

    You will have no problem running the drives from a breakout board.

    I have some of the same drives which I removed from decommissioned equipment at work, I haven't had time to play around with them yet.

    Is there anything in particular you want to know about the drives?


  3. #13
    well as they had their own mains connection i did think i wouldnt need a big transformer or power supply to run my motors, thus an easier way to supply each motor, being a newbie i was hoping it was a simple act of connecting to the right break out board and they would all work in harmony, but as i didnt give anything for them its no loss,
    what actually comes out of a break out board to in turn make the motor driver do what it does
    Last edited by DrNik; 15-08-2013 at 08:21 PM.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by DrNik View Post
    what actually comes out of a break out board to in turn make the motor driver do what it does
    Just a 5 volt signal,the direction signal is either high or low which determines which way the motor turns and the step signal is a pulse (square wave).
    If I get time this weekend I will connect one of the drives I have to a motor and have play then let you know how I get on.


  5. #15
    thanks andy thats great, but.........well it gets worse.......... popped in to see a mate today, id mentioed i was going to build a cnc plasma and should he come across anything keep it for me, well.............
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    ive got 5 decent sized machines, was in excess of 125,000 each, all with 2 heads that machine 2 items at the same time, so ive got 10 lots of z axis setups,everything to run them as a stand alone system, even temperature controllers to keep them warm/cool, i'll list everything one ive managed to strip just the one, but take a look at the pics and see you guys think

  6. #16
    WOW, I wish I had a friend like that. Well done!!! G.

  7. #17
    Hi Nick

    Looks like you might have some useful stuff there.

    The Trio Motion controllers are pigs to program (in my opinion anyway)we had a machine at work that used them we ripped them out and replaced with the Parker stuff.

    Keep us posted.


  8. #18
    What a jammy barstuard
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

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