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    Hi All- I'm designing a new mill and want to use UCCNC and the AXBB-E. I use UCCNC so all good there. Is the AXBB-E all that's needed? I will have XYZ and a slave on X and a slave on Z so need 5 axes. UCCNC has 6 and AXBB-E has 6 I believe. Any suggestions or experience with this? or better options?

    Also I'm looking at the steppers with integrated drivers any experience with these out there?

    https://cncdrive.com/AXBB.html

    https://www.omc-stepperonline.com/is...-12-38vdc.html

    would like it to be a bit higher voltage and lower inductance though...

    cheers Peter

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    Default Re: UCCNC & AXBB-E combo

    Hi Peter,
    The ABXX-E is a good choice. It eliminates the need for a breakout board. It has spindle speed built in.

    This is a 4 axis controller I’ve started putting together for a customer.



    I also have some other images on instagram.
    https://www.instagram.com/homann_designs/

    Cheers

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    Default Re: UCCNC & AXBB-E combo

    Thanks Peter - Will it do 3 axis with two slaves? Peter



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    It does six axes. I’ll have to check if it can have slaves on two of the axes(5 motors in total).
    I can check in the morning.
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    Default Re: UCCNC & AXBB-E combo

    It can have slaves on x, y and z



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