1. #1
    I am in UK and not willing to import from outside Europe.

    What steppers and drivers should I buy to make my machine run like this?

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I966WNS_uM"]YouTube - MDA Precision X2-X5 CNC Controller[/ame]

    Thanks

  2. #2
    If you have an X2 then our SY60 motors are a good choice for X and Y and Z.

    If it is a bigger machine like the X3 use the same for X and y and a larger nema 34 like the SY85STH80 or 118.

    I have 2 X SY60 and a SY85STH118 on my X3 super.


    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    I am in UK and not willing to import from outside Europe.

    What steppers and drivers should I buy to make my machine run like this?

    YouTube - MDA Precision X2-X5 CNC Controller

    Thanks

  3. #3
    "SY60 motors are a good choice"

    Thanks G.

    So wouldn't that be the PM542 Microstepping Driver to match?

    Edit..should have said it is the Wabeco mill

  4. #4
    Yes, the SY60 runs at 2.1A in series and 4.2A in parallel, so this driver has enough current to run in either wiring configs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Davidh View Post
    "SY60 motors are a good choice"

    Thanks G.

    So wouldn't that be the PM542 Microstepping Driver to match?

    Edit..should have said it is the Wabeco mill

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