Яйцебот 2

 

290312 002

3D принтер "Люмен"

 

lumen sm

3D сканер

 

3dscan

ЧПУ Выжигатель

 

woodburner

Контроллер Lumentino

 

lumentino sm

Instructions

Controller PCB Build instructions.

Note: The board is being tested, so changes can be made.

 

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Step 1
Prepare the PCB - tinning

Step 2
An empty board

Step 3
Solder 7 resistors 1K

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Step 4
Solder 2 resistors 4,7K

Step 5
Solder resistor 10K

Step 6
Solder inductance 100 uH

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Step 7
Solder 9 wire jumpers (black)
Step 8
Solder 4 capacitors 0,1 uF
Step 9
Solder 2 capacitors 22 pF
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Step 10
Solder 2 polar capacitors 10 uF. Minus (-) goes into the lower hole.

Step 11
Solder 5 4 polar capacitors 100 uF. Minuses blue parts directed to each other and minuses of the red parts looking out of the board.

 

Step 12
Solder 3 diodes. Minuses (grey stripe) are directed to the left (2 left parts) and down (right part)
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Step 13
Solder 4 LEDs. The longer of their legs is +, which happens to go into the upper hole for red LEDs, left hole for green and upper hole for yellow.

Step 14
Solder a quartz

 

Step 15
Solder a stabilizer for 5 volts. Metal heat sink facing down
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Step 16
Solder a P-N-P transistor. Flat side facing up

Step 17
Solder a Relay

Step 18
Solder Reset button

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Step 19
Solder the panel for the ATMEGA
Step 20
Solder the ICSP connector

Step 21
Solder 2 connectors and 2 jumps in right down corner: J2(left) and J1 (right)

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Step 22
Solder 3 endstop connectors

Step 23
Solder 8 mods & Serial connector
Step 24
Solder 3 Power & 2 Heats Conns.
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Step 25
Solder MOSFET transistors. Metal heat sink facing right

 

Step 26
Solder 4 polar capacitors 100 uF, minuses looking down
 Step 27
Solder 4 capacitors 0,1 uF

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Step 28
Solder ceramic capacitor 0,1 uF.

Steps 11 and 26-28 were change/made on the results of the tests. Appropriate changes have been made in the BOM and board files.

Jumper J1(J2) can be installed only in one place: J1 - basic mode, J2 can only be used for programming.

 

Module PCB Build instructions.

Note: The board is being tested, so changes can be made.

 

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Step 1
Prepare the PCB - tinning
Step 2
An empty board

Step 3
Solder jumper connectors:
J4-J3 and J2-J1 (from left to right)

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Step 4
Solder capacitors 0,1 uF (left)
and 330 pF (right)
Step 5
Solder 4 resistors 0,47 Om
Step 6
Solder motor connector
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Step 7
Solder a TOSHIBA stepper driver. Metal heat sink facing down
Step 8
Solder polar capacitor, minus looking up

 

Step 9
Solder 2 bottom connectors

Step8 add on the results of the tests. Appropriate changes have been made in the BOM and board files.

 

Jumpers J4(M2) and J3(M1) are responsible for Excitation mode settings:

 

J4(M2) J3(M1) Mode
Open Open 2-Phase Excitation (full step mode)
Open Plugged 1-2-Phase Excitation (half-step mode, 1/2)
Plugged Plugged 2W1-2-Phase Excitation (1/8 microstep)
Plugged Open 4W1-2-Phase Excitation (1/16 microstep)

 My current choice - 1/8 microstep for all motors (my test motors: Extr - 1,8o, but X, Y and Z - 0,9o).

 

Jumpers J2(TQ1) and J1(TQ2) are responsible for Torque settings:

 

J2(TQ1) J1(TQ2) Mode
Open Open 100%  Torque
Plugged Open  75%  Torque
Open Plugged  50%  Torque
Plugged Plugged  20%  Torque (Weak excitation)

My settings: 50% for extruder (1,2A nominal) and Z axis (1,68A nominal), 75% for X and Y axis (both 1,68A nominal).

 

Calculation of the Predefined Output Current
To perform a constant current drive, the reference current should be adjusted by an external resistor (R1||R2 and R3||R4). A charging stops when the NFA (NFB) voltage reaches 0.5 V (when the torque setting is 100%) so that a current does not exceed the predefined level.

IOUT (A) = 0.5 (V)/RNF (Ω)
In our situation: 0.5V/(0.47||0.47)Om = 2.1A

 

Note: The enable line is inverted from the way it works on the Pololu drivers so this MUST be changed in firmware before powering on the 12V to the drivers, otherwise the smoke will escape.