Hi 1st post!
So we had an old Fanuc robot arm that we disassembled at my college/work. It was a welding robot that we used to train students in G code or something but it was too out dated to use in class these days. The name plate on the motors says they were manufactured in 1982.
I got some nice servo motors with built in encoders, they're rated for 1Nm of torque @ 4 amps. Is this more than enough for my future project of converting a Bridgeport (or similar large Mill) to CNC?
Also I was wondering if anyone had an idea of where I can get a pinout/datasheet for these motors and the encoder? The encoder has 17 pins is that alot? lol
Fanuc DC Servo Motor Model OOM (they're 2000 rpm)
Type A06B-O632-B011 (2000M)
Fanuc Pulse Encoder Unit
Type A860-0303-T001 2000P
I've tried google and if you guys aren't sure where to get this information then I will be getting into contact with Fanuc to see if I can request the datasheet.
Am I off to a good start with these motors, are they overkill, anyone want to buy them off me/trade?