Can anyone recognise these Stepper Drives?

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13 Oct 2020 23:42 #186039 by MattyZee
I'm trying to get some specs on some old stepper drives. They are used in a Multicam (Australia) router connected to an AXYZ control board. Any help in identifying the manufacturer and or specs would be greatly appreciated.
The only markings I could see are "newmicro8" and "Microstepping Drive", neither of which returned any useable results in google.

Thanks
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18 Oct 2020 15:32 #186472 by partec
can you post a detailed picture of the AXYZ control board, please?

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19 Oct 2020 00:29 #186532 by MattyZee
Photo attached. Thanks.
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19 Oct 2020 03:54 #186549 by partec
AXYZ Automation Canada

www.axyz.com/us/contact/

may be a very proprietary equipment, there are very good stepper motors, which are worth it?

can you post detailed pictures of the steppers, please?

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19 Oct 2020 04:04 #186551 by partec

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28 May 2023 10:36 #272326 by BugDv8
I am also trying to find out about this drive. I have a 2010 Multicam machine with a dead drive. multicam want $3200 AUD for this drive.
Did you replace the main board on your machine to a linux CNC version ?
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28 May 2023 11:16 #272330 by MattyZee
The machine belongs to friend. I plan on helping him replace the main board and convert to linuxcnc when the original one finally stops working. For now, it aint broke, so i'm leaving it.
We thought the main board was dead about a year ago, as we got a RAM error on startup and nothing worked. Multicam wanted a crazy price for a replacement. I guess because they're old and you have no other choice (if you don't know how to setup linuxcnc)
I have a Mesa 7i96S ready to go to get him up and running ASAP when the time comes.
I would probably replace the drives with a Gecko drive if one fails.
Let me know what you end up doing...

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