Line fault

Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:29 pm

I found the line and bolts with large friction。
This makes GUS not run smoothly(A slight shaking)。Will lead to loss of step。
A good solution?
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Re: Line fault

Postby Nicholas Seward » Fri Jun 27, 2014 5:36 pm

625vv bearings are planned on the next version.

Fixes for right now:
*decrease string tension
*increase stepper power
*lubricate
*add sleeves

I use 45oz-in steppers at about 75% power with no skipped steps with high enough tension that I get only a small amount of backlash.
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Re: Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Sat Jun 28, 2014 2:11 pm

Nicholas Seward wrote:625vv bearings are planned on the next version.

Fixes for right now:
*decrease string tension
*increase stepper power
*lubricate
*add sleeves

I use 45oz-in steppers at about 75% power with no skipped steps with high enough tension that I get only a small amount of backlash.

The next version introduced at what time?
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Re: Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:34 pm

Nicholas Seward wrote:625vv bearings are planned on the next version.

Fixes for right now:
*decrease string tension
*increase stepper power
*lubricate
*add sleeves

I use 45oz-in steppers at about 75% power with no skipped steps with high enough tension that I get only a small amount of backlash.

If I increase the copper sleeve (8mm*10mm*30mm), and the use of lubricating oil.
Whether this can solve this problem?
I have the driving current maximum :D
The string tension should be how much?
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Re: Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Tue Jul 01, 2014 12:39 pm

Nicholas Seward wrote:625vv bearings are planned on the next version.

Fixes for right now:
*decrease string tension
*increase stepper power
*lubricate
*add sleeves

I use 45oz-in steppers at about 75% power with no skipped steps with high enough tension that I get only a small amount of backlash.


I replaced the 1mm diameter line
I went around 3 laps,Discover Card。

There are many problems in my GUS :)
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Re: Line fault

Postby Niggle » Tue Jul 01, 2014 3:51 pm

When you replace the strings, you must calibrate again.

Check your steps/mm again. Collect touch points again.

If the lines stretch and become loose, tighten them and calibrate again.
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Re: Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Sat Jul 05, 2014 2:30 pm

Niggle wrote:When you replace the strings, you must calibrate again.

Check your steps/mm again. Collect touch points again.

If the lines stretch and become loose, tighten them and calibrate again.

My line was broken :?
I have added a sleeve and lubricating oil。
I should use what kind of line?
Whether the supplier information?
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Re: Line fault

Postby Niggle » Sun Jul 06, 2014 1:51 pm

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Re: Line fault

Postby zxcv555578 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:02 pm


This is what I use,But I use 1mm。
Should I use 0.48mm?
Any suggestions?
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