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Hobby cnc ez 3 axis

Discussion in 'Controller Boards' started by SJD, Oct 8, 2014.

  1. SJD

    SJD Well-Known
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    Some of you all may not be a fan of soldering your own board together but I had so much fun making this board and then the pride of knowing I put this together.
    It comes as a kit with all components and a empty pcb board with detailed instructions.
    After purchase you can join Dave Roggi yahoo groups for support if you need it.
    I am currently using this board on my table top cnc mill cutting my ox plates out with.
    36v max with adjustable amps each axis.
    Just thought id mention this board since I have had no issues with it and plan to get his 4 axis board as soon as its available(unavailable for now) for my ox.
    Hobbycnc.com
     

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  2. Tweakie

    Tweakie OpenBuilds Team
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    Looks like an excellent little board. :thumbsup:

    Are you planning on adding a heatsink for the controller IC's ?

    Tweakie.
     
  3. SJD

    SJD Well-Known
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    Thats the pic off website..yea mine has sink..gives you a drilling template..i used just a pc of .125 aluminum..they just lowered price on kit..$52.00 us
     
  4. JustinTime

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    The reason I didn't use this board is that it is only for unipolar stepper.
     

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