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CNC motor won't work

Post by Seniorgeek on Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:01 pm

Today I tried to do some CNC cutting and the software loaded fine but I could not get the CNC mill motor to start. I took a reading at the power supply and should have 48VDC at the motor connectors. I got 0 voltage. I expect the power supply died.

Any one else tried the motor to see if it will work?

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Re: CNC motor won't work

Post by Prisonbreak on Fri Mar 11, 2016 3:37 am

This is a CNC power supply.
1 is a switch
2 is a lamp, when the switch is on
3 is to adjust the voltage 0~48V

You can try again.
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Re: CNC motor won't work

Post by Seniorgeek on Fri Mar 11, 2016 11:20 am

[quote="Prisonbreak"]This is a CNC power supply.
1 is a switch
2 is a lamp, when the switch is on
3 is to adjust the voltage 0~48V

You can try again.[/quote]
I already fixed the problem. The power line to the switch was broken. See post in hardware.

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