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    Default Dyna DM4400 Conversion

    Ok, not a build log here, but I am posting pictures as I go on my Picasa Web album. I'm am going to use Flashcut CNC and their servo drive box with Keling 600 oz-in DC Brush Servos and AMT-102 Encoders with line drivers. I plan on keeping the tool changer which turns with a stepper motor. I will reuse the stepper motor. Any questions or comments, please feel free to post here.

    I would really like to see how the pneumatic cylinder mounts that swings the ATC arm in and out on the later model DM4400M (Mitsubishi Control) and measurements on where it mounts to the machine and the ATC.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/marty.escarcega/DynaDM4400

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty_Escarcega View Post
    Ok, not a build log here, but I am posting pictures as I go on my Picasa Web album. I'm am going to use Flashcut CNC and their servo drive box with Keling 600 oz-in DC Brush Servos and AMT-102 Encoders with line drivers. I plan on keeping the tool changer which turns with a stepper motor. I will reuse the stepper motor. Any questions or comments, please feel free to post here.

    I would really like to see how the pneumatic cylinder mounts that swings the ATC arm in and out on the later model DM4400M (Mitsubishi Control) and measurements on where it mounts to the machine and the ATC.

    https://picasaweb.google.com/marty.escarcega/DynaDM4400
    FYI, I have been coming along on this retrofit. SLOWLY but surely. No one should ever underestimate how much work is involved in a retrofit and some basic level knowledge of electricity/electronics. If you don't....don't do the retrofit.



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    Just a quick update. The machine is up and running. The ATC is functional. Cut a simple logo. Going to cut some parts and shake down the machine in the next week or two. Updated pics can be found here: https://picasaweb.google.com/marty.escarcega/DynaDM4400
    Some YouTube video clips:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/opencon1/videos



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    Default Re: Dyna DM4400 Conversion

    The link is broken
    This one is working



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