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    Nice work Straga

    Could you please include some sort of connection diagram to make things a little clearer ?.

    I was thinking of making this, but i would have to use the toner transfer method to make the PCB's

    Many thanks

    Rupert

    Quote Originally Posted by straga View Post
    I put all in github

    https://github.com/straga/PIDSPINO

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    Arduino CNC spindel control - YouTube


    Some information about RPM sensor

    RPM sensor

    More information in russian only.
    More in russian




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    How low it can run the spindle? and do we loss of torque at low RPM?

    http://free3dscans.blogspot.com/ http://my-woodcarving.blogspot.com/
    http://my-diysolarwind.blogspot.com/


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    i menaged to run mine as low as 1000 rpm with good tourqe, can cut aluminum 1mm deep pass at 600mm/m with 8mm 2flutes endmill



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    do you have information on on the circuit please?



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    Quote Originally Posted by mmcp42 View Post
    do you have information on on the circuit please?
    what do you mean?
    all file needed are available in lower post for download



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    Quote Originally Posted by mrendu43 View Post
    what do you mean?
    all file needed are available in lower post for download
    ah
    the only circuit I can find is Arduino shield pdf in Old design
    is that the latest circuit?

    thanks
    Mike

    PS good work by the way!



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    you can use that. ist almoust same as that one in main pcb folder. bu im main pcb foler you have arduino zero pdf. you can extract copper image from there



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    thanks
    it was the schematic I was more interested in



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    So i found the schematics ect, and have been playing with arduino last couple weeks anyone want to work together to build one off his design?



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    So still looking at things, I have an arduino UNO and i am building a list for the things needed to replicate this. I found the files and started to try to understand things first.

    I am not a great electronics guy but leraning the best i can, I got a Ardunio UNO board a few weeks ago and learned the lcd programming ect. It would appear to me that this could be built for around 30 bucks if u actually took the chip off the board. I almost hit the buy button on a superpid last week and i am kinda looking forward toa project. But of course buying a proven, highly acclaimed product like a superpid would be more beneficial. But then again i built my cnc out of roller blade bearing and bike chain. So perhaps a DIY router congrol should eb attempted. I will get a parts list done tongight from what i see on the youtube videos and the files.

    Hoping someone will jump on board wiht me . But if not i will document the best i can


    Tim



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    Hello Tim
    not sure how much I can contribute, but happy to ride along
    I have quite a bit of 'duino experience, but not mush with the PID algorithm
    I get the theory, but have yet to build a working example

    until now maybe!

    cheers
    Mike



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    great mike, well i am new to arduino, i code mostly in c# and thats all self taught, so perhaps we can work off eachother. It appears he posted the arduino code. so the main thing would be just building the pcb.

    I plan for now to use 1/16 plexiglass with drilled holes on my cnc then connet the backside with wire. Since this si my first circuit other then test ones thats my route for now.

    I am now getting my printer situated so i can print all the documentation he posted earlier. All the credit goes to the guy who started this thread. I have to relook at the name to thank him correctly.

    I will get a parts list and how i beleive the circuit works although i am not an electronics expert but hopefully together we can put a good DIY on here for others to learn.

    Tim



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