I pardon if this question is answered allready in somewhere in this forum but I didn't find answers so I gathered my bravehood and asked from you,
So, I have Keling KL23H286-20-8B motor and driver KL-6056 for the motor and I'm using Mach3. Why does the motor warms up a lot? On the movements and ALSO on idle position. I have set the current peak from the dip switches first to 3.2A and i also tried 2.7A and it helped a bit. My motor is connected as a bipolar parallel mode. I have a thought that the motors maximum current per phase was about 3.3A? What is the problem?
Or is the problem caused the Mach3 which I can't yet use very goodly?
And a another dump question, what is the easies way to increase stepper motors speed from Mach3? I test my motors in table so I haven't yet calculated correct values for the Steps per mm field. I use 1/32 microstepping.
Thanks for answers in advance!