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 31 
 on: September 15, 2019, 03:23:35 03:23 
Started by mars01 - Last post by pickit2
SketchUp Pro 2019

MegaLink
Install and update two part install see readme.txt

 32 
 on: September 14, 2019, 04:01:10 16:01 
Started by cadverilog - Last post by optikon
Try EEVBlog
Code:
https://www.eevblog.com/forum/


 33 
 on: September 14, 2019, 02:44:56 14:44 
Started by cadverilog - Last post by cadverilog
hello everyone Smiley

I am looking for a schematic for that board
24210-12190-71
Its for a toyota Forklift
We have a weird problem with the lift and have some dought about that board

have a look here to see:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/TOYOTA-24220-12190-71-CARD-/112199117017

Is there a good forum for industrial repair device like we have here for electronics ?

thanks
cad  Kiss

 34 
 on: September 13, 2019, 10:47:47 22:47 
Started by ramuk - Last post by ramuk
CountryIndia
NoteI am good at MatLab, DSpace, DSP, c language, electrical and electronics engineering. I can help people to identify documents, files, tell them information and answer their questions if I know.

 35 
 on: September 13, 2019, 04:52:26 16:52 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by UKFlyer
16mm is not big enough for X. You will get sag relative to the baseboard. I use 20mm and that still isn't good enough. You need 25mm or a supported rail with the open bottom bearings. TB6600 drivers are very cheap and work well - not TB6560. The cheap Chinese 100KHz USB Mach3 I/Fs also work well. Stay clear of those that use counterfeit PlanetCNC CNCUSB drivers,

 36 
 on: September 13, 2019, 04:05:02 16:05 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by mars01
How else are you going to run your G-code? Estlcam takes your g-code (tool path) and generates step/direction pulses. What is grbl? Been doing cnc for over 15 years and never heard of grbl

GRBL (https://github.com/grbl/grbl) is a firmware (open-source) written for Arduino, that is turning an Arduino board (one with ATMEGA328 like Arduino Mini Pro etc) into a CNC-Controller. Coupled with a nice PC open-source software like bCNC (https://github.com/vlachoudis/bCNC), you can send the GCode from bCNC through the USB interface to the Arduino loaded with GRBL firmware which in turn will control the motor drivers (and also detect the sensors state sending it back to the PC software).

bCNC require that you have the Python toolchain installed on your PC.

 37 
 on: September 13, 2019, 01:40:38 13:40 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Checksum8
That appears to just be a easy way to get grbl up and running on an arduino.  You don't need estlcam to do that.

How else are you going to run your G-code? Estlcam takes your g-code (tool path) and generates step/direction pulses. What is grbl? Been doing cnc for over 15 years and never heard of grbl

 38 
 on: September 13, 2019, 01:03:21 13:03 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Parad1gm
I just found this usb controller and software. Based on arduino as the usb interface and controller. Have not tried it yet. Still waiting for a arduino mega to test with. It is free to test but has some limits over the paid version. Maybe a talented member here can fix it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y4g8zBoOV0

https://www.estlcam.de/

That appears to just be a easy way to get grbl up and running on an arduino.  You don't need estlcam to do that.

 39 
 on: September 13, 2019, 11:48:03 11:48 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Checksum8
I just found this usb controller and software. Based on arduino as the usb interface and controller. Have not tried it yet. Still waiting for a arduino mega to test with. It is free to test but has some limits over the paid version. Maybe a talented member here can fix it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y4g8zBoOV0

https://www.estlcam.de/

 40 
 on: September 13, 2019, 11:30:18 11:30 
Started by Parad1gm - Last post by Wizpic
Personally Id would not consider any type of wood, I think you will be wasting time and money on trying it, Ive been there done that.

Trust me youd be better off saving your money to buy a 6040. I spent just as much on the parts like the spindle rods and Nema motors and all the bearings and stuff like that. I would of had enough to nearly buy 2 6040s

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