Wire-EDM Machine, MK2 Redesign: Part 12, servos for the C-arc new a/c technology

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Euclid AllGloryToTheLogLady 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

Good day!
So I just started mousing around at DIY EDM machines and came across your channel. First off, Brilliant work! So far I've only seen the one where you made the matching M as a sort of experiment/demo of tolerance you're able to achieve. WONDERFUL! Then I saw the thumbnail for this one and I knew exactly what servos those were.. A little about my background. I'm just a hobby machinist with WAY too many hobbies! From building my own 3d printer to restoring and modifing vintage audio gear., which is why I recognized those Clearpath Servos. As of lately I've been fascinated with reel to reel tape machines. They reproduce the highest quality sound available and the mechanical aspect of them are beautiful to me. However they are all old, which is charming but require extensive repairs. There's only 2 manufacturers that make modern ones that cost between $30k-$65k!! Ridiculous!!
Anyhow, I've been drawing plans to build my own. Tape speed, tension, and smoothness is absolutely imperative!! That's how I came across those servos. They are incredibly smart! In your application the "supply" motor is able to sense tension and adjust accordingly AND lack of tension in the case of a brake and stop. Also communicate between the two as a master/slave keeping tension exactly what you need. I saw the solenoids you had set up that I don't believe you would need in this setup, they could easily be relocated to fire in the case of a brake or when you change wire instead of the manual lever you're using to pinch the wire.. Something that might be cool for you to look at is a Technics 1500 reel to reel. They are highly regarded machines for many reasons but mostly for how smooth and accurate their unique tape path is.
I know this video is a year old and I'm sure you've done many versions since. I just get excited when I see those servos. It's also wild how two completely different machines can be so similar!
Keep up the work!! I've got lots of catching up to do and am excited to see where you've got with your machines!

Dana Patelzick 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

I would say that Misumi is a favorite for those bits and pieces needed for a mechanical design. Relatively inexpensive compared to having someone machine it for you. Sometimes it's competitive to doing the work yourself, especially if you don't have all the tools for the job. They even provide solid models that you can observe the fit before you buy. Not everyone provides that.

Simply Human 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

Why couldn't you wrap wire around one wheel a couple of times (in a spiral groove) to prevent slippage via friction.

Joe Kozak 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

14:30 just put a red plastic knob on the paddle…. why push a lever to push a lever?

Andrew Giles 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

Nice work, your pc runs fusion very well compared to mine, what is the spec please?

nebnoswel 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

I hope it's applied science!

mariano diaz 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

Good job Mike!
For stand offs I use brass with a glued felt , similar to the stuff that they sell to glue in the chairs legs to protect timber floors , I glue one in the stand off and another in a washer with a spring behind to push one felt against the other , the wire goes in the middle , and it works very well , specially for when the wire breaks as it stops it from unwinding

ScotY808 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

Looks great! Looking forward to seeing more progress. Not sure if there is space available, but I would think the larger the drive wheels, the more grip would be possible. I do wonder how the gears will mesh when installing the wire…meaning if the teeth come together in a position where the tensioned wheel will push the wire in the wrong direction. Hard to explain my thoughts in words so hopefully you can understand.

Kees de Ruijter 18/10/2021 - 8:00 PM

looking forward to the die sinking edm


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