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06/17/12 06:48
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#187751 - regarding autocutter
Responding to: Per Westermark's previous message
Hello Mr. Per Westermark,
I just gone through your explanation.
I moved that cutter 100 steps forward and backward and it is always end up at the same position.
And yes it has a sensor which indicates whether cutter is in home position or not. If it is in home position then that sensor gives logic high to the microcontroller pin and if it is not at home position then it gives logic low to the microcontroller pin. According to autocutter pdf that sensor should give the logic low(i.e. cutter is not in home position) after 50 steps, but in my case sensor gives logic low (i.e. cutter is not in home position) after 145 steps i.e. 50+95=145 steps. Similarly according to autocutter pdf motor should take 630 steps to make a full cut and 544 steps to make partial cut, but again i required to give 95 steps more in both the cases i.e. for full cut 630+95=725 and for partial cut 544+95=639.
If you give me your email id then i can send you that autocutter pdf.
Thanks.

List of 11 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
AUTOCUTTER      Manoj Wakdikar      06/08/12 11:23      
   so am I, reading the above      Erik Malund      06/08/12 12:15      
   Missed steps?      Per Westermark      06/08/12 12:18      
      Autocutter      Manoj Wakdikar      06/11/12 10:41      
         Have you tried lower speeds?      Per Westermark      06/12/12 05:26      
            regarding autocutter      Manoj Wakdikar      06/17/12 06:48      
               Need more info      Hal Albach      06/17/12 09:16      
               Need more info      Hal Albach      06/17/12 09:16      
                  Slack? Power available from first tick?      Per Westermark      06/17/12 10:37      
                     change speed      Maarten Brock      06/17/12 16:29      
   ??? re motor & driver      Hal Albach      06/08/12 14:25      

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