K8200: 3 of my engines run in the wrong direction

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K8200: 3 of my engines run in the wrong direction




by beaverbranq » 31/12/13, 11:13

I finished editing my 3D K8200 printer : https://www.econologie.com/shop/impriman ... p-511.html

The computer and the printer communicate well but the XYZ engines work all 3 in the opposite direction, I checked my connections, they correspond to the assembly scheme. Anyone know which wires to reverse to keep the motors spinning in the right direction?
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by beaverbranq » 31/12/13, 11:28

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by Forhorse » 01/01/14, 09:24

it depends if it is unipolar or bipolar motors, but from memory it seems to me that the principle is the same: it is necessary to reverse the order of the phases (as on a tri engine)
Basically connect A instead of B and vice versa.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moteur_pas_%C3%A0_pas
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by beaverbranq » 01/01/14, 18:08

Thank you Forhose!
I reversed two wires a bit random and it works, same thing for 2 other engines and everything rolls. I do not know much about motor. He takes out four sons, so two negatives and two positives .... chance may be a bit risky!
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