dyna 3000 lathe to linux

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12 Sep 2014 14:11 - 12 Sep 2014 15:39 #51106 by shoot2014
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see if this works. drawings zip ,no zip wont work,i changed the jpeg to a gif bringing it down from 15mb to 2mb but just get a....
500 Internal Server Error

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I will upload it to photo bucket etc
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12 Sep 2014 16:11 #51110 by andypugh
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see if this works. drawings zip ,no zip wont work,i changed the jpeg to a gif bringing it down from 15mb to 2mb


Such a reduction in size probably means that the quality has gone down from "OK" to "unreadable" too, though.

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24 Sep 2014 02:34 #51505 by Alloy Craft
I always upload photos to photobucket and just paste the link here, works very well.

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24 Sep 2014 06:04 #51511 by BigJohnT
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There are file size and extension restrictions as noted here.

www.linuxcnc.org/index.php/english/forum...nts/342-posting-tips

However the 500 error is a timeout error that pops up from time to time for me as well. I assume it is server traffic...

JT

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24 Sep 2014 23:07 - 30 Sep 2014 15:23 #51535 by shoot2014
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.thanks all sorry for not getting back to this ,ive also got a sx3 mill ive just put Linux on it but still tinkering with fitting steppers at the minute,that should be up and running soon
this link takes you direct to the drawing (its big)the only stock hardware I have left on the lathe is
the heds encoder,
the 3 sensor turret board
turret lock soleniod,
the single optical sensor sat on top of the (edit) spindle
power supplys
limits.
www.soigeneris.com/Document/Dyna/DM3000_Schematic_Small.png
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24 Sep 2014 23:21 #51537 by andypugh
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www.soigeneris.com/Document/Dyna/DM3000_Schematic_Small.png


Well, it looks complicated but I can almost guarantee that even the simplest conversion would look equally complicated if drawn after-the-fact.

Just work on it one sub-function at a time and it will all just sort itself out.
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25 Sep 2014 15:08 #51557 by ArcEye
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Hi

The schematic is not as helpful as it could be, I am struggling to see any meaningful connections on the turret, just 2 for the solenoid and one for the motor.

Once you have the rest working you can deal with the turret.

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..I have left on the lathe....
the 3 sensor turret board
turret lock soleniod,
the single optical sensor sat on top of the turret


You will need to know what each wire in the loom to the turret does.

2 will be for the solenoid. If you confirm there is an indent at each tool position, then this is quite simply a lock which allows power to be switched off to the motor once in position.

If you motor reverses against a pawl as well as goes forward, I would expect more than a single wire.

The exact nature of the 3 sensor board and its outputs needs defining. I would guess at present it will work similarly to the 3 sensor grey scale on the Orac and a truth table will be able to define which tool is current from the 3 outputs.
So you should have a separate wired output from each sensor and the combination is used.
If there is some sort of circuit board and only a single output, the truth table is read on that board and it depends what is output from that is, as to whether that can be used or if you have to use raw sensor output.

The single sensor I would guess is a home sensor for tool 1.

As Andy says take it in bite size pieces, get one thing working at a time and you will get there

regards
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