Optiturn 2506 conversion.

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b_laauwen
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Re: Optiturn 2506 conversion.

Post by b_laauwen »

Hello again all. Just a quick update on the conversion of the lathe. I now have spindle control worked out. Axis motors are fitted on test brackets and moving the machine as required. Still needing to sort out calibration of the axis and spindle but waiting for my encoder to arrive. Test cut a piece of HDPE which I quickly drew up in fusion 360.
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Re: Optiturn 2506 conversion.

Post by martyscncgarage »

Nice. Do let us know how you worked out the spindle control and keep us posted on the rest of the build.
Marty
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