CNCest 6040 China Router with TX14692 Parallel Port BOB

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08 May 2020 14:26 #167045 by Maecki
Hi,

Since I found nothing here or elsewhere for my new CNCEST 6040 China Bomber, I configured it myself and share it here in case someone else needs it.
The pinout for this TX 14692 differs slightly from the more common TX14075...:

Pin 1 : Spindle PWM inv
Pin 2 : X Step inv
Pin 3 : X Dir
Pin 4 : Y Step inv
Pin 5 : Y Dir
Pin 6 : Z Step inv
Pin 7 : Z Dir
Pin 10 : Estop
Pin 14 : XEnable
Pin 17 : Spindle on

That's it for a vanilla 3-axis setting (no limit switches, no A-axis, no toolprobe - but the TX 14692 just like the TX 14075 seems to have the pins connected, so I will eventually add these later).

Enjoying some corian chips at the moment ;-)

Maecki
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08 May 2020 14:39 #167046 by tommylight

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11 Apr 2022 05:43 #239886 by ppierre37
Hello,
I am looking for information on the tx14692.
I have some information on the wiring but I'm missing the wiring of the tool motor, the 'end stop'.
Do you have a diagram to help me or a picture of your installation?
Thank you in advance and have a nice day
Pierre

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11 Apr 2022 07:51 #239897 by Maecki

Hello,
I am looking for information on the tx14692.
I have some information on the wiring but I'm missing the wiring of the tool motor, the 'end stop'.
Do you have a diagram to help me or a picture of your installation?
Thank you in advance and have a nice day
Pierre

Salut Pierre,

sorry but I do nit have a wiring diagram and my router is running strong without endstops for two years now, so I never figured out the wiring of the non-connected port. But it seems quite obvious on first sight, since there are also 4-axis routers out there with the same board, there seems to be a complete a axis available.
My router has a spindle controller included in the electronics case - I never had to mess with the spindle control pins.

Sorry, small output I fear

Maecki

 
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