The original CNC-Shop control box uses a 0-10V board to drive the VFD spindle speed. This is fully supported by LinuxCNC. However, it needs some tuning of the analog levels for proper operation and there is no feedback on the … Continue reading →
This lighting ring is designed for 18 white LEDs. To be mounted on a 2200W VFD spindle for a milling machine (80 mm overall diameter and 63 mm mounting location). With 12V power supply, group LEDs by 3 units in … Continue reading →
I have added a nice Jason HK heated bed to my Ultimaker Original. The cables are guided by a nice cable chain and remixed clips. See following links to get the STL files for you own printer: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/heat-bed-wire-clip-for-um-original-remix http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:247573
This mounting bracket is designed for Logitech C525 webcam. Should works also for other webcam of the C500 series. Pressure for the webcam attachment is a little bit too weak. May need some double face tape to strength up the … Continue reading →
A very useful new feature added to my LInuxCNC config: JOG-WHILE-PAUSED based on M60 remap and Gmoccapy modifications.
I have designed a sharedvar class to exchange data between Gmoccapy and the Python code called by REMAP.
The native pause buttons is fully handled.
Everything looks like a standard M0 behavior, except you have access to all functions as for manual mode during pause.
There is an automatic machine state save/restore included in my modified M60.
Here is an old project now almost finished: a stepper motor based laser sweeping mechanism to be used with DAVID-Laserscanner. The design has been done with ViaCAD 2D/3D. CNC G-Code file generated with CamBam.
The stepper motor is used with a planetary gear box of 1:100 ratio. This gives a resolution of 0.018°.
The electronics is based on:
Custom board for laser and light control
The different parts before machining the box:
The mechanical elements has been machined with a CNC-6040 router.
Next step is the machining of the Laser support axis.