Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

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Re: Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

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Oscar6 wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 5:43 am
ashesman wrote: Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:29 pm Can you please remind me what spindle drive you are using? I need to buy another.

Dont worry about slightly over sizing your motors. The acceleration and speed is determined by the oak. A good drive will allow setting maximum current and in effect maximum torque so all will be ok. Better than undersized and keep hitting the limits and have to run the machine slow!
Hello again, thanks for the help, the drive is (Delta c2000 plus) I have not finished studying it completely because of the language of the manual which is in English, but it seems very good and does many things. Thanks again.
Have you read this Centroid Tech Bulletin for the C2000?
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Re: Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

Post by Oscar6 »

martyscncgarage wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 3:04 pm
Oscar6 wrote: Tue Sep 21, 2021 5:43 am
ashesman wrote: Mon Sep 20, 2021 4:29 pm Can you please remind me what spindle drive you are using? I need to buy another.

Dont worry about slightly over sizing your motors. The acceleration and speed is determined by the oak. A good drive will allow setting maximum current and in effect maximum torque so all will be ok. Better than undersized and keep hitting the limits and have to run the machine slow!
Hello again, thanks for the help, the drive is (Delta c2000 plus) I have not finished studying it completely because of the language of the manual which is in English, but it seems very good and does many things. Thanks again.
Have you read this Centroid Tech Bulletin for the C2000?
https://www.centroidcnc.com/dealersuppo ... ds/316.pdf
Hello again, Yes Marty, I have seen this bulletin for the configuration of the pins of the c2000 and it is a great help, but my configuration has to be different, I will not use the orientation pin and neither the orientation confirmation pin, my configuration is a bit more complex, I will use the homing pins, and 15 positions, when I activate homing the motor goes to 0 position and at that moment it is already positioned, then I have to activate four inputs to get the tool position I want or something like that etc ... It would be nice if someone who programs plc saw this system. Thanks for the help
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Re: Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

Post by ashesman »

Cool. Thanks. C2000 is what I have been looking for. Hard to get in New Zealand.
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Re: Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

Post by ashesman »

How is progress going on your conversion?
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Re: Actualizacion EMCO VCM 300

Post by Oscar6 »

Good morning, sorry for answering late, I had to pause the conversion for a season, due to other problems that have arisen, nothing to do with the machine, but I think I will be able to continue shortly, thank you for your attention anyway
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