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Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Hi Don, For the CS1000 only a single line to add: rpm=GetRPM() rpm=(rpm*.668)+1340 SetSpinSpeed(rpm) This works with the interface I have shown. Gaston --
Gaston Gagnon
6:25 PM
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43418

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Gaston, do you have an example of the code you put in the spindlespeed macro? THanks Don
campgems
Jul 28
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43417

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Sounds like it's time for Bertho to retire so he has more hobby time. On Thursday, July 23, 2015 5:27 AM, "'Boman33' boman33@... [TAIGTOOLS]"
William Hardin
Jul 23
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43416

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Gaston, I have been too busy to do anything about the CMS1000. Business is interfering with my hobbies. Bertho From: TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
Boman33
Jul 23
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43415

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

... Use an o'scope - you'll see the relationship between PWM rate and "output" voltage is not linear throughout it's range. One of the problems is the noise
Steve Blackmore
Jul 23
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43414

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Thanks Gaston, Looks like I will go straight from the parallel port to my Breakout board. I'll also be installing Servo Motors for all X, Y, and Z axis which
William Hardin
Jul 22
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43413

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Don, I just post Mach3 setting screens here: http://public.fotki.com/Gaston-Gagnon/taig-micro-lathe-1/consew-motor/mach3-settings-for-/ One more thing and not
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
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43412

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Did you try to do curve fitting? From 400 to 3900 rpm, the exponential fitting is better then 10% error (except for an odd value à 3512 rpm) and the
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
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43411

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Hi Bertho, I believe this interface will be the same for the CSM1000 except for the three-way contact connected to JP1. That ack was introduced to put the
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
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43410

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Thanks Gaston. I will keep it in mind when I interface my CSM1000. Bertho From: TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com [mailto:TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Wednesday,
Boman33
Jul 22
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43409

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

I use Eagle cad. Gaston ... This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. https://www.avast.com/antivirus
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
#43409
 
43408

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

I have not drawn a block diagram, but it is very straight forward. PC - USB cable to the Smoothstepper - lpt cable to the Gecko 540. Connector JP4 is connected
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
#43408
 
43407

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Gaston, One more question, what tool do you use for your schematics? Bill On Wednesday, July 22, 2015 3:00 PM, "William Hardin whardin4719@...
William Hardin
Jul 22
#43407
 
43406

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Gaston, Great schematic. Could you tell me what breakout board you are using or does JP4 go to the Smooth Stepper. I'm not familiar with the Smooth Stepper,
William Hardin
Jul 22
#43406
 
43405

Re: CS1000 commanded by Mach3

Hi Don, It will be more efficient if I post the screen captures. I will do that lather today. I use a USB Smoothstepper so the acceleration has is functional.
Gaston Gagnon
Jul 22
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