Reselling Servo Motors and Drives

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24 May 2019 07:16 #134784 by emcPT
I am reselling for several years Mesa hardware.
In our company we also retrofit machines and normally is hard for us to get a balanced ratio between quality, availability and price of servo motors + drives (packs).
For this reason I am thinking in stocking those products, that I was testing in the last years.
Not really sure if I should do it.

If you are a European, let me know if you have the need for those products, and if so in what power range.

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25 May 2019 00:43 #134865 by tommylight
if I would need something it would be from 750 to 1500W.
Also, +-10V inputs and incremental encoders, everything else I try to awoid.
Might get a set of 400 to 750W just for fun and experimentation as I have two 7i77 unused, one for retrofitting the Mazak lathe ( my own ) and one spare.
Know of any good place where they sell time? That I lack a lot..
Thank you.

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27 May 2019 09:43 #135052 by emcPT
The following user(s) said Thank You: tommylight

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28 May 2019 22:10 #135208 by andypugh

emcPT wrote: I am reselling for several years Mesa hardware.
In our company we also retrofit machines and normally is hard for us to get a balanced ratio between quality, availability and price of servo motors + drives (packs)..


STMBL fails on "balanced" :-)
Quality and features are good, price is outstanding, availability is (about) zero.

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31 May 2019 23:43 #135509 by tommylight
Argon drives (and some others ) use a power stage (module) similar to STMBL, maybe one or more of them can be used for it.
I am sure a lot of new cheap drives use something similar, just did not check their model or designated name/number.

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