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Mahmoud Ezz: Can you help with this
Please I have this motor and It's drive and i have a 3 motor of it
can i use it with my CNC ??? and what is the best board to use with this drives
OMRON AC SERVO MOTOR : R88M-G20030T-S2
OMRON AC SERVO DRIVER : R88D-GT02H
I used to use this motor and drive with PLC (Position control) with (+CW, -CW, +CCW, -CCW)
what is the kind of board that can deal with this!!!

Laurent: Hahaha whats that next to your height gauge? :p

Kazi Bokul: Very nice demo

alyssa Su: hello Dear friend dose your machine use the planetary gearbox to work with the servo motor?

MD. MUBARAK HOSSAIN: Awesome, Very good and informative video.
Please could you help me about how to control the servo motors?

traveldoors: hello what is the clearparth servo model you will use to make a 6feet x 3feet plasma cutter CNC table,or any other motor/controller thank you

Victor Galván: Dear sir!, excellent video!!. The explanation of how the servo motor works was the icing on the cake!. Many thanks.

Dave George: Optical closed loop and so quiet. $800 for 3 motors ouch! Great vid. production, everyone should buy a lapel mic, cost only @$20. Wireless pyle lapel are good at same price + phono plug adapter.

kevin adam: how are doing the interface board

saintb6969: I am looking at upgrading my stepper motors on my G0704 with these Clearpath servo motors, but one thing I cannot find info on is the brake holding for the clearpath motors. is there any way you can test the brake holding. Example my z axes is about 35-40 lbs will these motors hold that weight when the machine is in a static position or off?

PNathan: Those leadscrews look like they need cleaning..

ipadize: how does it work with ramping? do you have to tune the servs first, then see what the ramp maximum is and then say mach3/4/linuxcnc these values? Because i think if you say mach to accelerate and decelerate at 10 but the motor only can do 9 then the toolpath is not correct

CNC_channel: Once you try servo motors, Its hard to go back to steppers. As you mentioned in video, stepper toque drops to nearly zero at only 1000rpm. Even if you buy big Nema34, after you reach 1000rpm, youre done. With servo, torque is constant up to rated speed, and you also have overshoot which is in most cases 3 times rated power for few moments, when you need that extra boost. Steppers are only for hobby grade machines, as your really cant be sure when its going to loose some steps.

8001maya: can we machine steel weighing few kgs on this instead of plastics ? what to alter if we want to machine steel

8001maya: ball screw noise feeding into case and heard louder from the case that's holding it at 15:35 , sort of sound not getting dampened, try to dampen the noise

Ben Blackwelder: Could you use the Tecknic as a rotary axis ? If so what would the pros and cons be? BTW great information !

dodienyko: If they are are just closed loop dc motor, does that mean they have brushes in them? I used to have dc motors with encoder on them and it wasn't as good as steppers with encoders, They hold torque much better then dc motors, and are much cheaper.

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Dave B1: Dont worry about how fast youve rammed a toolbit into anything, if youve run a cnc machine youve crashed it at some point :)

DDanksey: Why are you looking for so much speed in your machine? Aren't you limited by the bit cut rate? With steppers you get you torque where you need it: when you are removing material. I've got to imagine there are decent closed loop steppers out there. Just not seeing the cost benefit in these servos for this application.
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