Retrofit Leadwell MCV 600XL

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22 Sep 2019 19:01 - 22 Sep 2019 19:01 #145882 by danilom
After accidentally crashing the spindle orientation sensor and having extra 2kw china servos its time to be out with the old in with the new.





As fanuc motors had tapered axis first thing is to make new holes on ballscrew couplers, then proceed to wiring
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22 Sep 2019 22:40 - 22 Sep 2019 22:40 #145895 by bevins
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danilom wrote: After accidentally crashing the spindle orientation sensor and having extra 2kw china servos its time to be out with the old in with the new.





As fanuc motors had tapered axis first thing is to make new holes on ballscrew couplers, then proceed to wiring


Why you changing the Fanuc redcaps. I think I read a while ago they can be used.

That looks like a fun project....
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23 Sep 2019 07:02 #145924 by pl7i92
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did the Z axis Bend on a crash you shoudt hardly check the Axis moving
as offen on this mashines the PTFE line bends break there are made for this event to take the Hardest and be replaced

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24 Sep 2019 21:24 #146108 by danilom
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I have no time to play with red caps, maybe sometime , one company from Vietnam makes fanuc compatible drives.

pl7i92 - It was not a physical crash , while removing the spindle cartridge for bearing change I broke the sensor ( fsh 1378 price around 1000usd )

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24 Sep 2019 21:26 #146109 by bevins
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danilom wrote: After accidentally crashing the spindle orientation sensor and having extra 2kw china servos its time to be out with the old in with the new.


What did you pay for the 2KW servo's? and drives? If you dont mind me asking.

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24 Sep 2019 22:21 #146110 by danilom
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I ordered them from one company in Bulgaria this is link to their shop Vallder

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24 Sep 2019 23:20 #146116 by tommylight

danilom wrote: I ordered them from one company in Bulgaria this is link to their shop Vallder

Do you have to pay taxes for stuff from Bulgaria ? How much is the delivery and how long does it take ?
Serbian:
Da li moras da placas porez za stvari iz Bugarske ? Koliko kosta postarina i koliko traje prevoz ?
Regards,
Tom.

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26 Sep 2019 15:59 - 26 Sep 2019 16:00 #146277 by danilom
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They have a local distributor in Serbia, because owner is from here so items get delivered directly, Prices are without VAT.


After careful measuring it seems that Y drive has short cables, also originally cables have been inside protective hose and because of connectors on encoder cable it will be impossible to pull them trough. So I will reuse the original cables , lots of soldering but less complicated than to pull trough all new cables.




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27 Sep 2019 00:52 #146307 by tommylight

danilom wrote: They have a local distributor in Serbia, because owner is from here so items get delivered directly, Prices are without VAT.

Web? Address? Phone no?
Thank you.
Hvala.

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27 Sep 2019 05:54 #146329 by danilom
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Its on their contact page I already sent you

https://vallder.com/sr/kontakt
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