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Brushless spindle

Postby saiyan » 22 Feb 2012, 07:56

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Hi wilfred,

I have made concept spindle Brusless with motor brusless kv800 ( ebay)

i have coupled with er11 collet & flexible coupling

24V power supply é drive with servo tester for speed control
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Re: Show your machine

Postby wilfred1970 » 22 Feb 2012, 19:04

I've been looking for these motors on Ebay; how powerful is it? What kind of materials can you handle with this r/c motor and how deep/thickness?
it makes me curious ... :geek:
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Re: Show your machine

Postby skillalot » 25 Feb 2012, 20:51

wilfred1970 wrote:it makes me curious ... :geek:


Me too,

do you have any pictures of the build process of it? What bearing do you use in it, what collet chuck and where did you bought it, etc?

Regs,
Sascha
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Re: Show your machine

Postby Bakha » 26 Feb 2012, 08:13

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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby Andrej » 26 Feb 2012, 13:56

Did you know that controller can generate "RC controller" compatible signal for spindle speed?
You can use it to control RC servo motors or ESC for brushless motor.
No need for servo tester :-)
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby Bakha » 26 Feb 2012, 15:52

Yes, I'm using.
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby orangelive » 08 Apr 2012, 17:12

Hello



Here is my brushless spindle from a 18-year-old Proxxon drill.
I use a brushless motor 2827-34. Previously I had installed a Maxon motor instead of the BL with 20 watts. Now the spindle has more power and runs quieter. The controller is a selbstau of Mikrokopter.de. At about 10 volts, a current flows from 1 to 1.5 A. At the moment I still use a servo tester on the MK1.

Jürgen mfg
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby orangelive » 13 Apr 2012, 19:27

And now created with the help of the Proxxon this version, small and compact (40x30x50).
This time a BL motor 2824-34:
Load current: 4-8 A
Load current. (60 sec): 9 A
Idle speed: 1100 rpm / V
Wave power: 90 W
Dimensions: 28.8 x 26 mm
Shaft Diameter: 3.17mm

mfg Jürgen
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby wilfred1970 » 05 Jun 2012, 20:29

Looks really great guys!
I'm quite inspired by your posts.
Soon I'll be posting too....
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby Kostadin » 25 Jul 2017, 17:36

Andrej wrote:Did you know that controller can generate "RC controller" compatible signal for spindle speed?
You can use it to control RC servo motors or ESC for brushless motor.
No need for servo tester :-)


How to connect. How to setting shpindle in shpindle menu in DIY controller.
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Re: Brushless spindle

Postby Support » 31 Jul 2017, 14:33

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