Retrofitting a 1986 MAHO 400E
I will use the MAHO 28X2-4 pin from relay board to feed motion.enable pin on linuxcnc so the controller knows if something went wrong.
RotarySMP wrote: You need the LinuxCNC Estop signal connected through your MESA card to the the MAHO 28X2-4 pin on the I/O board so that the Mill will E-Stop automatically if LinuxCNC senses an internal software screw up.
In my approach I have described what happens in previous post.
Is there a standard (or mainstream approach) to describe what is the proper behavior of a machine to the estop and power boutons.
drimaropoylos wrote: Also we have to separate the 24volt field power(24V from 200 pin) from 24volt logic power (24V from 204 pin) in 7i77 (tb1 to the right), or gmoccapy won't start with only 24volt from 200 pin
Yeah I picked up on that as well. I see from my notes...
24VDC: the field power is also available on MAHO terminal strip 28X3. There are three 24VDC buses, but two are powered through the E-Stop relays. You need the mesa cards powered at start up to enable LinuxCNC to connect to all pins. Therefore, you need to connect to as follows
TB2-1 -- 204 – 24VDC
TB2-8 - 201 – GND
Come on guys , what is the latest .
Really need some more Maho progress reports.
Make it up if you have to. I am starting to get withdraw shakes, it's been so/too long..
Don't want to hear about the shop now being too hot.
I know LIFE tends to get in the way -- at least a photo of the garden with the Maho in the background. What the heck it's summer -- you-all can work all night without fingers freezing to the cold metal.
Probably out on Maho beach with a dead cell phone and don't even know what day it is !
...then yesterday I cranked up the 3D printer and started printing the pattern for the lathe faceplate...
....and BAMM!!! JG is calling me out for my wayward priorities
Now I feel guilty. Cause I knew I needed to use the 3D printer to print out some new MAHO buttons since I rotated the switches, and can then continue with the user panel wiring.