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shchang [Overview]
documentation:cnc_routers:shapeoko2 [2020/06/30 21:07] (current)
shchang [Training]
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 Training is required to use the Shapeoko 2. Training is required to use the Shapeoko 2.
-To get trained, watch the CNC Orientation video (coming soon) and complete the online quiz (coming soon) with a score of 100%.+To get trained, watch the CNC Orientation video (coming soon) and complete the online quiz with a score of 100%. 
 + 
 +Quiz access: 
 +[[https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfR0HdtYpXEUh8SXmR8meotSRbrZQjoJZXIQawnS5LSEM3Yjg/viewform?usp=sf_link]]
  
 If you are new to CNC routers, performing an "air cut" with the spindle off prior to cutting solid material is recommended. If you are new to CNC routers, performing an "air cut" with the spindle off prior to cutting solid material is recommended.
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 Go to [[http://easel.inventables.com|http://easel.inventables.com]] and follow the instructions to setup an account. Go to [[http://easel.inventables.com|http://easel.inventables.com]] and follow the instructions to setup an account.
 +You only need an Inventables account if you plan to use Easel.
 =====Operating the Shapeoko===== =====Operating the Shapeoko=====
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 The Arduino controller is powered by the computer via USB. The Arduino controller is powered by the computer via USB.
-The computer, monitor, and motor drives are powered by the distribution board as shown. The master, computer, and monitor switches may be left on all the time. The drives switch should be turned on when you want to start the drives and turned off when you are finished. +The motor drives are powered by the motor-drive power supply as shown. The drives switch should be turned on when you want to start the drives and turned off when you are finished with the machine.
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-{{:power_distribution.jpg?600|}}+
  
 +{{:documentation:cnc_routers:shapeoko_ps.jpg?600|}}
 ====Workholding==== ====Workholding====
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 Illustrated here is a method of clamping your workpiece using setup clamps. Always ensure that your workholding tools are not in the way of the toolpath. Illustrated here is a method of clamping your workpiece using setup clamps. Always ensure that your workholding tools are not in the way of the toolpath.
  
-{{::workholding_example.jpg?600|}}+{{:documentation:cnc_routers:workholding_setupclamp.jpg?600|}}
  
-{{::setup_clamp.jpg?600|}} +In photo: 1/4" threaded rod, 1/4" thumb nut, and slotted bar
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-In photo: 1/4" threaded rod, 1/4" flange nut, step block, and slotted bar+
  
 ====Setting Z-axis zero==== ====Setting Z-axis zero====
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   * Static discharge causes a hard-limit switch to trigger.   * Static discharge causes a hard-limit switch to trigger.
  
-The hard-limit switches have been disabled for this reason. +The hard-limit switches have been disabled for this reason. (6/20/2020 -- this has been fixed)
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-  * The slotted bar clamp is not sized for a 1/4" threaded rod.+
  
-A temporary fix has been made with a flanged 1/4" nut. 
  
   * The X- or Y- axes seize up from too much dust packed in the V wheels.   * The X- or Y- axes seize up from too much dust packed in the V wheels.
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