Re: Results- Was: Driver/Motor recomendations
- Hi Robert
Glad to hear it worked out for you. Enjoy
--- In SherlineCNC@yahoogroups.com, "robgrzesek" <robert@r...> wrote:
> Thanks to everyone for the driver/motor suggestions. I decided to
> change to a HobbyCNC board with their 200oz/in motors. I was able
> get 30ipm rapids- about triple what I got before. I think I could
> faster but there doesn't seem to be a good reason. I haven't been
> able to stall any axis when it's moving.
> I had one motor with problems and Dave fixed it immediately without
> assuming that I was doing something wrong (Which is a nice change).
> I'd recomend it to anyone looking for good motor/drive combo.
> --- In SherlineCNC@yahoogroups.com, "Mike" <mjc117@s...> wrote:
> > I started with sherline driver and steppers using mach2. I had
> > performance issues so I decided to go with Hobbycnc driver and
> > increased my rapids to 45IPM. I then discovered that the
> > axis stepper is underpowered for the weight so I upgraded the
> > to the hobbycnc 200 ozin. Then at times I had an occasional
> > step while running the x or y at a faster speed so I upgraded x
> > to the 200inoz motors. I have never looked back since.
> > If I were you and wanted the most bang for the buck go with
> > driver and 200 oz/in steppers on all axis. The board is easy to
> > at least for me, and has performed great for the last 8 months.
> > Hope this helps, I was down the road your on now.
> > Mike