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Finally got all the parts a coulple of days ago and by now have connected everything on the table.

By accident ordered a wrong mounting plate for the encoders and decided to design and 3d print themon my own. In the morning I had 3 brand new encoder mountings!  

By trial and error figured that it is best to leave the default encoder count to 2048 PPR. With that set, the servos are very stiff yet quiet. Almost no dithering.

Managed to connect the spindle control and have it turning CW at programmed speed. Yet can't figure out how to run it backwards:(

proLIGHT 2000 Retrofit. Wiring new components.
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3D-Printed Encoder Mounting 20200905_000349.jpg Encoder Top 20200905_000422.jpg Encoder Bottom 20200905_000505.jpg Electrical Cabinet 20200905_194733.jpg All connected on the table 20200905_195359.jpg

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