Schaublin 125-CNC retrofit.

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01 Sep 2023 18:40 #279600 by spumco
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Internals.

T-slot framing makes mounting everything a breeze.
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03 Sep 2023 14:31 #279720 by RotarySMP
I used the Schaublin a fair bit in this video...



Spumco. The plan is to get sheet metal lasered for the housing. I really like the solid feel of a welded sheet housing. My time problem is more just a priority issue, that a couple of other projects like the DoAll gearbox suddenly pushed themselves into pole position.
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03 Sep 2023 17:55 - 03 Sep 2023 18:58 #279746 by spumco
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 I really like the solid feel of a welded sheet housing.
 

 


Understood.

If you change your mind, or need something else,  I feel like I owe you some tangible thanks for all the good vids.

Cheers


PS - for your live center clearance issue... www.ebay.at/itm/225279300615
 
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04 Sep 2023 07:46 #279792 by RotarySMP
Thanks for that link. Just ordered it. Hope they dont shaft me too badly for the customs.
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05 Sep 2023 03:12 #279915 by smc.collins
Mark I've got a similar set of servo drives as the shuablin, can you share the drive configuration, I'm a bit confused with the enable scheme, also how did you wire it up ???

I'm using a 7i77

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20 Sep 2023 05:37 #281209 by RotarySMP
Sorry, I forgot to check in here in the last couple of weeks.
Here is are the pages of my wiring diagram which affect the JMC's.
I have the power sections wired through my PNOZ safety relay, so the outputs are dropped on E-Stop (the second page).
I am using 7i83 and 7i85's so my encoder feedback is on a separate board to the analog outputs I am using. They are both on your 7i77's.
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24 Sep 2023 11:30 #281541 by RotarySMP
A fair bit more Schaublin usage in this video.
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24 Sep 2023 12:07 #281544 by spumco
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Yay!

Glad the center worked out for you.  I don't have that particular one, but I've got a similar version for my manual lathe and it's been really nice.

And the Schaublin, as you've demonstrated, is a remarkable lathe.
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24 Sep 2023 15:22 #281547 by RotarySMP
Sorry I didn't cite you for that tip. By the time I made the video, I couldnt remember where the tip came from (Comments, email, etc).I didn't think to check back here.

That seller had the center kit with free shipping. I notice after sending mine, he changed to a postage fee. It is a hell of a deal, beautifully made made part. Thanks for the tip.

The Schaublin really delivers near perfect surface finish and dimensions over a wide range of material, inserts, feeds and speeds. A dream machine.
Cheers,
Mark.
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29 Oct 2023 17:05 #284051 by spumco
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Your enclosure and control layout looks brilliant Mark.

Well done on the button sub-panel.  If you don't like the layout after using it for a while it's not a nightmare to change the arrangement.

Thanks for the great vid!

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