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    Default Re: Taiwan - SYNTEC - 6MB or 6MA - Controller Discussions

    Quote Originally Posted by Frankmali17 View Post
    I own a BCAM CNC machine.. and I'm mostly satisfied.
    It wasn't delivered perfect.. but not nearly as much trouble as Others here looking for help.
    It also depends how much upgraded equipment you will be ordering.

    It is still a risky thing ordering long distance.
    Hey Frank, sent you a private message, appreciate it if you could take a look. Thanks!



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    Can anyone please clear up this point to me: another thread here mentioned how some manufacturers will not configure the Y1/Y2 motors properly and connect them to the same driver/port on the controller. What is this about? What should I be asking to make sure this doesn't happen on my machine? I already verified there would be a driver for each of the four Yaskawa motors.

    Also, what are the differences between 6MB and 21A? Some claim 21A is newer while 6MB is 10 years old, but there isn't a lot of info on 21A out there so I'm a bit worried about going with it. From the few images I did get of 21A, it seems to be using a Windows XP as a front end with a PC keyboard, which sound like a potential issue to me.



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    The 6 series controllers were introduced some years ago, indeed. They're Windows CE based systems and ... by no means as fast as your usual desktop pc or notebook. It takes some time to simulate complex programs. Just as a example, workpieces with programs of several thousand lines of g-code might not be done processing at the end of the day. So you've got to stop it. And note the last line it processed to continue the day after. When you're going to continue at line 20000 or so, depending on the code, it can take several minutes, just to skip to the line of code.

    Sadly I'm not familiar with the 21A... and only can find informations about the 21MA. In comparison to the 6MB that one would have more RAM, larger screen options and would support up to 6 axis instead of the 4 axis support of the 6MB.

    Regarding the Y1/Y2 motor. No clue how to avoid issues up front or how to communicate that with the manufacturer. But I think that they are not building the very first machine. In other words, hope for the best !

    Insist to achieve a proper test protocol before it leaves the factory. Ask for assitance on arrival. If you want to be on the safe side, hire a technican to compose a acceptance testingprotocoll.



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    Hello, I have a Syntec EZ4 controller and I have an issue with the Y axis overshooting the cuts. I can't find any information as to how I can adjust the overshooting/undershooting. X and Z have no issues whatsoever. It's pretty bad but consistent. Over 22 inches it's almost 1/16 bigger , 8 feet is almost 1/8 of an inch. X is dead on. I'm pretty comfortable using the machine and adjusting parameters if only I would find out which one it is. There is no backlash issue, machine is rigid and I can't for the life of me jiggle it around. Would anyone here know the parameter for it?



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    Quote Originally Posted by loober View Post
    Hello, I have a Syntec EZ4 controller and I have an issue with the Y axis overshooting the cuts. I can't find any information as to how I can adjust the overshooting/undershooting. X and Z have no issues whatsoever. It's pretty bad but consistent. Over 22 inches it's almost 1/16 bigger , 8 feet is almost 1/8 of an inch. X is dead on. I'm pretty comfortable using the machine and adjusting parameters if only I would find out which one it is. There is no backlash issue, machine is rigid and I can't for the life of me jiggle it around. Would anyone here know the parameter for it?
    I got it figured out. It was param 61 and 65 for me. Initial value of gain was 2500 but it was overshooting my cuts and I double checked gcode from multiple different posts from different programs. I adjusted the y axis and the '6th' axis which I don't have to the same value because the machine had similar values throughout the other params for the this '6th' axis which I truly hope is not the 2 y axis servos separated and counted as different axis. My magic number was 2497 and my cuts are now dead on with both X and Y. I have not actually tested Z yet but that's up next I suppose.



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