[ Log In ]
[ Register ]
Happy New Year from us at BuildYourCNC.com and NewbieHack.com!
The buildyourcnc.com email is down, please use phooddaniel@berkeley.edu to send customer service related emails. Thanks.
Introduction:

The CNC Machine Version 1.2 Kit is quite an advanced kit to put together. Most kit that you find on the market today use plans and paper instructions to assist in the assembly. Not me... I like the use of videos. My wife even begins the assembly. By showing the assembly through a video process, you will fully understand how to put this machine together. Remember, this is not furniture, it's a machine full of moving parts that require care and attention. Enjoy the videos, and please provide feedback so I can improve the process. Below are videos to guide you step by step through the assembly of your machine. It is a good idea to watch all of the videos first, just in case you see a better way to put the machine together. You will also see various techniques I use later in the video that can be applied in the beginning.

Description:
Ask a question about the CNC v1.2 Assembly: Stepper Drivers, Motors, and Power:
Previously answered questions:

Click on the question to reveal the answer.
No previous questions. Be the first to ask a question about this product.
Related Tutorials
Step 23: Driver Part 4
This tutorial is dated, if you are considering a CNC for your personal use, we would highly recommend purchasing a kit that is very stable from our wide range of machines available. The driver is almost to a completion! We have installed all of the tiny components. Now to the big components. This is the logical process of putting together any circuit kit. The small components are difficult to insert if the larger components are installed already. Believe me, I've tried. Especially if there are jumper wires or resistors needed underneath chips and sockets.
Closeup allegro 3979 3 axis stepper motor driver board 3 and 4 Axis Stepper Motor Driver Board Based on the Allegro Chip
So, what exactly is a 3 and 4 axis stepping motor driver board. Actually, I am presenting the 3 axis stepping motor driver board in this article, but there is another much smaller board that will connect to this one that will provide an additional driver, making it useful for those wonderful 3D projects that use an indexer.
Step 20: Stepper Driver Part 1 - Resistors
This tutorial is dated, if you are considering a CNC for your personal use, we would highly recommend purchasing a kit that is very stable from our wide range of machines available. Well... here we are, finally getting started with the electronics portion of the video series. The entire structure of the CNC machine is complete with the exception of the router mount. We will get to that a little later. For now, we will start on the assembly of the HobbyCNC 3 axis chopper unipolar stepper driver.
Get Help with:
This Product
Orders
Tech Support
Sales
This Product
Order Query
Tech Support
Sales
Not logged in. Log In Register
Track Order(s)
View Order(s)
I Want to Schecule a One-On-One Paid Tech Support Session
Book an Appointment Pertaining to a BuildYourCNC Product (Free)
Ask a Quesion Below (Free):
Book an Appointment Pertaining Other Equipment ($60/half hour)
Book an Immedite Appointment Pertaining Other Equipment ($120/half hour)
Ask a Quesion Below (Free):
Waiting for response... I may not answer immediately, but I was notified on my cellular phone so my response is forthcoming. If I don't respond immediately, you can always go to the [My Account] page to see all of our chats at any time.