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Consew CSM1000 interface to Gecko G540

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I am hoping to install the CSM1000 on my Taig Mill and than install my CS1000 on my Sheldon 11" lathe. On my lathe I will be happy to run it with just a pot to
William Hardin
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2:16 AM

The Consew seems to be a hit on both the Taig and 7x lists

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The BLDC's offer a fairly linear torque curve over speed - see my vid of me trying to stall it at low RPM's: http://www.ajawamnet.com/ajawam3/swarf/maxnc.html
WAM
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6:57 PM

Consew CS1000 and CSM1000 Motor Info

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Awesome! Thanks. -=Jasen Sent from Mail for Windows 10 ________________________________ From:
Jasen G
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Oct 13

A360 Cloud

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BTW, think I have a copy of the model you madeà.great work! I believe itÆs up on grabcad or something. I use it for reference all the time. I didnÆt want
Jasen G
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Oct 13

New file uploaded to TAIGTOOLS

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the TAIGTOOLS group. File : /CSM1000 And
TAIGTOOLS@yahoogroups.com
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Oct 12

Lathe powerfeed

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As others have mentioned, a leadscrew replaces the rack. I'll add that it is a clever design and works great. Instead of a complex clutch, your thumb is the
phoglite
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Oct 5

Taig Lathe Video #3 is up - drilling on center and to depth

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MC - Thanks for the feedback. Yep, that is a toolpost located on top of the spindle. You can see how I use it in the earlier video on truing the soft jaws.
phoglite
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Oct 5

Taig Lathe Video #2 - Facing and Turning Demo

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Mike - Thanks for the info and I agree, it is very hard to narrate accurately while running the lathe. It would be much easier to just do the work and then
phoglite
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Oct 4

Re: Consew CS1000 and CSM1000 Motor Info [9 Attachments]

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One additional question: do you have anymore info on the motor? Is it a dc motor (what voltage?) or a ac 3 phase motor? No propper info to be found on the net
webere80
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Sep 30

CAD/CAM fun ...

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I would highly recommend Autodesk Fusion 360
Adrian Hicks
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Sep 14

Bending metal

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Steve, one of the guys that used to work for me had a saying about precise measurements. "You measure with a micrometer, mark it with chalk, and cut it with a
campgems
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Sep 12

Milling vise

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Decided to pass on the 3" Kurt type as it is just way too big. Ordered a 3" screwless from HFS off Amazon and it arrived Friday. It was just dripping in rust
rogerpjr
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Sep 12

Ballscrew Z Axis question

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Hi Chris, The ballscrews will definitely move when you try to carry out machining with the steppers unpowered. How much they move will depend on a number of
Ian Newman
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Sep 6

Three Jaw Chuck problem

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Excellent! Yrs, d On Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 12:22 PM, MC Black mcb@detectivewalks.co.uk
David Beierl
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Aug 28

Faking a 4th Axis link

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Graham, thanks for mentioning this, as it gives me another option. Tamra
neverfinished2005
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Aug 21
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