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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    I received an email back from Bosch USA they needed name company name address & phone number before they could answer any questions. I supplied the missing information so hopefully I'll hear from them tomorrow



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    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    Go with the air cooled, and forget about dealing with the water cooling.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/FOUR-BEARIN...IAAOSw1vlUtyPk
    Ger, do you know whether the air path goes up or downward on that unit you linked ?

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    They all blow down.

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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    I finally got to talk to Steve at Bosch/Rexroth he asked me a few questions I didn't know the answer. One of the questiobs was what is "Connection Protocol" I use Desk CNC and from the research I see where it says PWM Output for spindle speed control.

    My question is will any VFD work my Desk CNC controller or do I need to buy a new controller?

    Thank you
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    If the DeskCNC board outputs PWM, then you'd typically use a speed control board that converts PWM to a 0-10V analog signal, and use the analog signal to control the VFD speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    If the DeskCNC board outputs PWM, then you'd typically use a speed control board that converts PWM to a 0-10V analog signal, and use the analog signal to control the VFD speed.


    So does the speed control board get installed inside my control panel or is it a stand alone unit that sets beside the VFD?

    Do you have any recommendations on a speed control board that would work?



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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    It should be with your DeskCNC board.

    I can't say for sure that this will work with your DeskCNC board, but something like this:
    https://cnc4pc.com/motion-control/sp...trl-board.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ger21 View Post
    It should be with your DeskCNC board.

    I can't say for sure that this will work with your DeskCNC board, but something like this:
    https://cnc4pc.com/motion-control/sp...trl-board.html
    I have 2 photos of desk CNC information sheets that I can seem to get uploaded, but from the link you sent it appears I need to use a parallel port, but my Desk CNC doesn't have parallel port on it.

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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    Maybe the attachment process did work



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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    Sorry. This one is what you'd probably want.
    https://cnc4pc.com/catalog/product/v.../category/183/

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    Ok thanks so I read that I need to use an RJ45 connection to attach to speed control board to the Desk CNC. Where do I find the cables or do I have to get one made? I see where the RJ45 connects to the speed control card but I can't see where the other end of the RJ45 connects to the Desk CNC controller card.

    I'll have to talk to Bosch Rexroth again. Steve told me the Bosch won't work with PWM.

    Thank you



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    Default Re: My router went today on my old DIY table need advise

    Cut the end off a network cable, to connect to your DeskCNC board. I think you only need 1 or 2 of the wires. (PWM and ground maybe?)

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