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    Default Some Larken Automation Shop pix.

    I just thought i would post some pictures of routers being built in my shop.
    2015 is proving to be a good year with quite a few sales compared to the last few.

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    - Custom Gantry extrusions
    - Kerk USA lead stainless screws and nuts for reliablily in dusty environments
    - All table top machines are have 6061 aluminum plate tabletop for excellent rigidity
    - A 2436 with closed loop stepper, Italian Spindle and optional enclosure.

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    Last edited by Larken; 08-04-2015 at 11:20 PM.
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    Default Re: Some Larken Automation Shop pix.

    Here are some pictures of my closed loop stepper with Keling KL23H2100-35-4B steppers with USdigital differential encoders mounted and using my Cobra_SV closed loop stepper drives. After using size 23 DC servo's on some of my table top machines, i found the small DC sero's didn't have enough torque and were overloaded easily. (size 34 DC servos are still a good choice for a larger machine though)
    The closed loop stepper is a far better choice for a direct leadscrew connection with its much higher low speed torque. And also after a few years in service all stepper machines can start to loose steps because of dirt in linear bearings etc. The closed loop stops the machine and saves your work, if it detects you have lost steps.

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    Manufacturer of CNC routers and Viper Servo Drives
    www.LarkenCNC.com and www.Viperservo.com


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Some Larken Automation Shop pix.

Some Larken Automation Shop pix.