Hardinge TFB

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tblough
Posts: 131
Joined: Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:03 am
Acorn CNC Controller: No
Allin1DC CNC Controller: Yes
Oak CNC controller: Yes
MPU11 & GPIO4D -w/ 3rd Party Drives: Yes
DC3IOB: No
CNC11: Yes
CPU10 or CPU7: No
System Serial Number: 100505
100327
102696
Location: Boston, MA
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Re: Hardinge TFB

Post by tblough » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:52 pm

Milton,

That's actually the stock Hardinge control enclosure. I had to cut out the fan and grill openings.
Cheers,

Tom
Confidence is the feeling you have before you fully understand the situation.

tblough
Posts: 131
Joined: Tue Mar 22, 2016 10:03 am
Acorn CNC Controller: No
Allin1DC CNC Controller: Yes
Oak CNC controller: Yes
MPU11 & GPIO4D -w/ 3rd Party Drives: Yes
DC3IOB: No
CNC11: Yes
CPU10 or CPU7: No
System Serial Number: 100505
100327
102696
Location: Boston, MA
Contact:

Re: Hardinge TFB

Post by tblough » Tue Jan 16, 2018 1:40 pm

Final updated schematic. Needed to invert the Z-axis handwheel encoder; added a Z-axis glass scale; added spindle motor fan; swapped the status light for a two color red/green indicator (green when ready to run/flashing red when in e-stop or faulted). With the addition of the z-scale, this fills up the OAK's available encoders with 2 servo feedbacks, 2 handwheels, 2 glass scales, and 1 spindle encoder. All of the encoder and servo cables are documented on the schematic.
Attachments
HLV-H10140T-CNC-Final.pdf
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Cheers,

Tom
Confidence is the feeling you have before you fully understand the situation.

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