New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

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martyscncgarage
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by martyscncgarage »

Those are original to the machine as shipped from Syil.
Automationdirect.com sells some good couplings
For example: https://www.automationdirect.com/adc/sh ... -55c-24-24

Do you have a build thread showing your machine? Post in your thread asking for suggestions. After understanding your build we can make some suggestions.
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by tuffduck »

I will start a build thread
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by my3rdgirlfriend »

This is my first posting so be gentle ! Huan Yang VFD 220 volt HY02D223B, 3 clearpath SDSK's, IPC 5, powerhub 4, C86ACCP, Centroid Acorn, CNC12,Beelink computer, Acer 22" touchscreen. My build started 18 years ago and for the last 5 years saving for the electronics.
Marty, you are awesome for sharing your information and I greatly appreciate it. I am a bit overwhelmed with all the information and I'm losing my hair from pulling it out with my frustrations of not understanding. What is your background, you are so familer with all this electronics ? sorry for all these questions but I've been holding back for sooo long I'm not good with these forum things, I'll probably get yelled at !
1. The videos are great, but is there anyway you could put it in a schematic format so I can see where all the wires go ?
2. I don't undestand how that contactor actually works, can you explain ? and maybe a drawing to what goes where
3. Where did you get the snubber quenshark suppressor and part number please.
4. I have filename: S14984 DWG for Huan Yang VFD ( non specific ) it shows spindle OK going to IN5, I think in your build IN5 is for drive OK, so where should I go with the drive OK signal now ?
sleepless in Wisconsin, Chris
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by martyscncgarage »

my3rdgirlfriend wrote: Sat Apr 30, 2022 6:18 pm This is my first posting so be gentle ! Huan Yang VFD 220 volt HY02D223B, 3 clearpath SDSK's, IPC 5, powerhub 4, C86ACCP, Centroid Acorn, CNC12,Beelink computer, Acer 22" touchscreen. My build started 18 years ago and for the last 5 years saving for the electronics.
Marty, you are awesome for sharing your information and I greatly appreciate it. I am a bit overwhelmed with all the information and I'm losing my hair from pulling it out with my frustrations of not understanding. What is your background, you are so familer with all this electronics ? sorry for all these questions but I've been holding back for sooo long I'm not good with these forum things, I'll probably get yelled at !
1. The videos are great, but is there anyway you could put it in a schematic format so I can see where all the wires go ?
2. I don't undestand how that contactor actually works, can you explain ? and maybe a drawing to what goes where
3. Where did you get the snubber quenshark suppressor and part number please.
4. I have filename: S14984 DWG for Huan Yang VFD ( non specific ) it shows spindle OK going to IN5, I think in your build IN5 is for drive OK, so where should I go with the drive OK signal now ?
sleepless in Wisconsin, Chris
Hi Chris,
First do you have some basic electrical/electronics experience? Is this your firs CNC build?
Let's start with your first question
1: Schematic to can be found here for the C86ACCP and Clearpath:https://www.centroidcnc.com/dealersuppo ... 072.r4.pdf. Use it along with this build thread to check your work.
2. Estop contactor is an electrical switch. Here is the basic Estop Contactor Circuit: https://www.centroidcnc.com/dealersuppo ... 117.r1.pdf
3: Centroid Sells Quencharc snubbers: https://www.centroidcnc.com/centroid_di ... nents.html Search the page for quencharc) The value is 600V 100 ohm. It can be sourced from many electronics suppliers as well
4. You can use any available input for the VFD SpindleOk input.

Keep in mind ever build is a little different. So, for example, if you use the Estop contactor (and you should), You will need an Estop contactor with 3 normally poles ("switches") You will use one pole for power to the IPC-5 Power supply, You will use One pole for the VFD, you will use one pole for the C86ACCP. The Estop contactor, will open and remove power to the Clearpath drives, it will disable the VFD, and it will disable the C86ACCP
It is a safety device.

ALL Acorn Documentation can be found here (As an FYI): https://centroidcncforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=3397
Make sure you download and read the Acorn Installation manual.

Start a New Build thread. Make sure to post pictures of your project and your questions as you go along. When you are working with CNC12 always post a fresh report, F7 Utilities F7 Create Report

Marty
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by my3rdgirlfriend »

Hey Marty, Thanks so much for your help. I do have some basic elect. knowledge, I won't go into a breaker panel though, I have a buddy that will do that. This is my first CNC build and like I said, I've been building it for 18 years so I had many changes. I do have an E-stop working already and I ordered the Eaton XTCE009B10A XT-IEC Contactor, I was able to zoom in on your great pictures to copy some of your same items. That schematic helped clear up most of my misunderstandings.
1. Is that the snubber between A and A2 ?
I'm 62 years old and I was afraid I'd never finish this project. My brother in law gave me crap about finishing this when I first started. I will start a build thread with pictures when I complete. Chris
martyscncgarage
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Re: New Build: SYIL X4 CNC Mill, Clearpath SDSK, C86ACCP & Centroid Acorn

Post by martyscncgarage »

my3rdgirlfriend wrote: Wed May 04, 2022 5:36 pm Hey Marty, Thanks so much for your help. I do have some basic elect. knowledge, I won't go into a breaker panel though, I have a buddy that will do that. This is my first CNC build and like I said, I've been building it for 18 years so I had many changes. I do have an E-stop working already and I ordered the Eaton XTCE009B10A XT-IEC Contactor, I was able to zoom in on your great pictures to copy some of your same items. That schematic helped clear up most of my misunderstandings.
1. Is that the snubber between A and A2 ?
I'm 62 years old and I was afraid I'd never finish this project. My brother in law gave me crap about finishing this when I first started. I will start a build thread with pictures when I complete. Chris
Snubber goes across the coil.
Marty
Reminder, for support please follow this post: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=383
We can't "SEE" what you see...
Mesa, AZ
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