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by Lone_Ranger
Sat 22 Aug , 2020 10:42 am
Forum: Triac
Topic: Phase converter
Replies: 4
Views: 85

Re: Phase converter

The denford is year 2000. It does have 5 core cable but I need to check it actually uses all 5. I will probs go with digital phase converter with sine wave filter if required. I really dont want any issues with blowing boards etc. Thanks for the advice. Ah, only 20 years old then :) :) If it has 5 ...
by Lone_Ranger
Sat 22 Aug , 2020 2:02 am
Forum: Triac
Topic: Phase converter
Replies: 4
Views: 85

Re: Phase converter

I would suggest you look at the Digital Type of phase converters, reason is the electronics in the Triac will need a good quality 3 phase supply. Check with Denford what the exact power input requirements are for your machine, contact them with the Serial number, some early Denford CNC Mills require...
by Lone_Ranger
Sun 26 Apr , 2020 20:38 pm
Forum: Cyclone
Topic: 1008 Spindle Drive Fault and 1017 Spindle Drive Overheat
Replies: 2
Views: 378

Re: 1008 Spindle Drive Fault and 1017 Spindle Drive Overheat

Have you checked the Thermal sensor on the big Balast Resistor ? Fanuc does a full "sweep" of everything to make sure all is OK at startup, as you rightly say a peripheral like slideway oil level will trigger the 1008 alarm so as you also have an overheat alarm I would check that sensor, that great ...
by Lone_Ranger
Wed 15 Apr , 2020 16:55 pm
Forum: Triac
Topic: 4th axis for mill
Replies: 3
Views: 2606

Re: 4th axis for mill

My advice for FWIW is to buy a reasonablby priced 4th axis direct drive or belt drive type, the worm and wheel type wear very quickly unless you pay big money for a high quality one. I have a Sherline one on a Triac and it really isn`t very good, when I get the chance/time to get back into my worksh...
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 19 Mar , 2020 11:19 am
Forum: Triac
Topic: Triac machine advice
Replies: 3
Views: 1433

Re: Triac machine advice

A couple of points you raise, on the matter of Servo versus Stepper there is absolutely no doubt that Servos are way better, two reasons, one they hold their rated torque across their rpm range whereas the Steppers do not, two, Servo systems will in all probability have a full closed loop system bac...
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 12 Mar , 2020 10:34 am
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

Hi Bob

Are you still interested in the cards? I sent you a PM with phone number last Sunday, did you not get it?

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Sun 08 Mar , 2020 21:02 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

For the 3 cards I reckon £60 is a fair price, if you want the rack with the main card as well an extra £10, all plus postage or if you are close enough you can collect, I am in Lancashire.

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Fri 06 Mar , 2020 17:26 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

Do you want the complete rack or just the cards??

Make me an offer :)

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 05 Mar , 2020 21:23 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

Bob

Update, been and checked the cards, the Z axis card is an SD13 and the X and Y axis cards are SD12.

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 05 Mar , 2020 1:00 am
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

Hi Bob I have a rack with 3 cards in it that I took out of a working machine to replace it with modern control and modern stepper drives. All three boards worked at the time of removal but I have no way to test them now, not sure on the numbers but I will check the next time I am down at my workshop...
by Lone_Ranger
Wed 04 Mar , 2020 22:16 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)
Replies: 11
Views: 4465

Re: Triac Spares, Stepper Drives, Sprint 1200 Drive (eBay)

What type of stepper drives are you after?
The older Black type or the ones that plug into a rack ?? I have some rack type boards if you are interested.

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 15 Aug , 2019 23:00 pm
Forum: EasiMill / EasiTurn
Topic: Easimill 3 conversion preferences
Replies: 7
Views: 1664

Re: Easimill 3 conversion preferences

FYI USB is well outdated, the best system is via Ethernet connection, virtually bullet proof regarding interference (Electrical "noise" from compressors and the like) Also the USB only runs on 5 Volts and you can only run shortish cables (2~3 Metres) max is usually best, Ethernet will run fine acros...
by Lone_Ranger
Fri 12 Apr , 2019 12:42 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac
Replies: 14
Views: 4241

Re: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac

My apologies to all, I should have marked this as "SOLD" some time ago but just forgot so sorry but the item is no longer for sale.

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Fri 08 Mar , 2019 23:23 pm
Forum: Cyclone
Topic: new jaws
Replies: 4
Views: 1454

Re: new jaws

Could possibly be a Bison/Toolmex chuck, if you measure one of your jaws up, length, width, slot and screw pitch and go to the Rotagrip site there is a fair chance you will find the right jaws for your chuck, I got all my stuff from them when I had my 2 Cyclones a few years ago. Link here :- http://...
by Lone_Ranger
Sat 08 Dec , 2018 12:14 pm
Forum: Mirac
Topic: Yep, another machine can't connect
Replies: 17
Views: 2180

Re: Yep, another machine can't connect

This may or may not be the problem and likely not someting you want to hear but in my experience with the older technology removing the label on an EPROM results in the EPROM being completely erased, they aren`t supposed to get light in the little window that is normally covered by the Label as far ...
by Lone_Ranger
Mon 06 Aug , 2018 13:13 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac
Replies: 14
Views: 4241

Re: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac

Yep, still for sale :D :D

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 31 May , 2018 21:55 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac
Replies: 14
Views: 4241

Re: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac

Hi, it isn`t very big, quite a compact unit, it is a "front" type ATC.

I will go down the Unit tomorrow and get some measurements for you.

Regards
Rob
by Lone_Ranger
Thu 31 May , 2018 19:29 pm
Forum: Denford Classifieds
Topic: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac
Replies: 14
Views: 4241

Re: For Sale - Lathe ATC suit Orac

I know that this is a old post, but Lone_Ranger, did you ever sell it? Iron-Man Hi, no I didn`t sell it, just put it back on the shelf as I was going to buy another Orac and do a full conversion to all modern electrics and CSMIO motion control system but the deal on the lathe fell through so I stil...
by Lone_Ranger
Sun 11 Mar , 2018 16:04 pm
Forum: Cyclone
Topic: Denford Cyclone -turret positioning error
Replies: 9
Views: 2115

Re: Denford Cyclone -turret positioning error

Regarding the Spindle 1008 error message that will quite possibly be a "peripheral" that is causing that, Fanuc does a sequential test of everything on the machine at start up and will show an error for the NEXT item on it`s list because it has found an issue and hasn`t been able to test the next it...
by Lone_Ranger
Mon 12 Feb , 2018 17:58 pm
Forum: Orac
Topic: Chess Pieces - Pawn
Replies: 4
Views: 1800

Re: Chess Pieces - Pawn

Hmmm, sounds a little like the possibility of some confusion here regarding the use of "Radius" and "Diameter" modes, also the feeds seem to be quite OK, F100mm/minute is quite slow, the F1000 moves should be rapids between cuts ? ? I had an Orac that I sold last year and that was on all the origina...