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Item Description:

You are bidding on 3 Axis TB6560 CNC Stepper Motor Driver Controller Board


Toshiba TB6560AHQ chip-High power, maximum 3.5A drive current

Professional design, two-stage signal processing, super anti-jamming

1-1/16 microstep setting-Higher accuracy

Adjustable drive current settings for each axis-25%,50%,75%,100% of full current can be set for different stepper motors

Overload, over-current and over-temperature safety - Full protection for your computer and peripheral equipment

On board current switching-Power output can be set according to specific user requirement

Relay spindle interface-Outputs Max. 36V 7.5A for spindle motors or coolant pump (only one device can be powered by this output!)

4 channel inputs interface-Can be used for XYZ limit and emergency stop

Bipolar constant current chopper drive with non-resonant region

Full closed-type optical isolation to protect the user's computer and equipment

Four control inputs (divided into pairs of knives)-Allows setting of limit and emergency stop

Universal architecture-Supports most parallel software MACH3,KCAM4,EMC2 etc

Technical Specification:

Please connect the power supply to the power switch of DC 12-36 V

Voltage Selection:

12-16V DC power supply for Nema 17 stepper motors

16-24V DC power supply for Nema 23 stepper motors

24-36V DC power supply for Nema 34 stepper motors

Driver output compatible with 2 or 4 phase, 4,6 or 8 lead stepper motors, 3A max

Suitable for unipolar or bipolar stepper motors

Voltage regulated spindle speed controlled by parallel interface as function of supply voltage

Auction Includes :(As picture show)

1 x 3 Axis TB6560 Stepper Motor Driver

1 x DB25 parallel cable

5 x Wire connectors

1 x CD software (English Manual & Mach 3)

Item Condition: Brand New!

Would it be possible to use this 3 axis controllers and an extruder controller to drive the Mendel 3D printer?

--Blades Rally Team 2 December 2010 (UTC)

Yes...ish. Take a look at EMC_Arduino and EMCRepRap.

If it sounds like fun, buy the boards.

Otherwise, I'd suggest the "Official" Electronics.

I'd ask in the forum as well. --Sebastien Bailard 13:28, 2 December 2010 (UTC)