Brother HS50-A Servo drive, P# 659726
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    Default Brother HS50-A Servo drive, P# 659726

    Guys, does anyone know a source where I might be able to get an XY servo drive for my machine? Apparently the X axis channel crapped the bed
    I think there is someone in PA with some parted out Brothers.

    The part# for the X-Y board is the 659726, unfortunately there is a difference between the X-Y and U-V boards ( however small that may be .. )

    Thank You

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    Sorry it took so long to get back to you. I may be able to help
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    Ohhhh... Thank You, but it is now a bit late.
    I've ordered a new Makino U3 and it is already here in CT, waiting (for me ) to be delivered and installed.
    Unfortunately, the 50-A is now ready to bedecomissioned.

    I am thinking about putting it on the for-sale section for a while to see if someone might be interested.
    I will post pictures and the detail of the issue it has with the X-servo.

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    I got one machine that runs and one for parts thats pretty well complete. I have not had time to learn how to use it but I think I will have the opportunity in the next few weeks, it is my "holiday project". If anyone has a post for Mastercam X it would be helpful, at the moment it looks like I will be cutting and pasting Gcode from HSMexpress.

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    Meh... forget a specific post for the Brothers.
    Use your 2D cad sw to draw the toolpath you want, export to DXF and let AnyCAM fill in the G01/G02/G03 as needed without any other codes, then hand edit the beginning and end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBAER View Post
    I got one machine that runs and one for parts thats pretty well complete. I have not had time to learn how to use it but I think I will have the opportunity in the next few weeks, it is my "holiday project". If anyone has a post for Mastercam X it would be helpful, at the moment it looks like I will be cutting and pasting Gcode from HSMexpress.
    Cut and paste, been there.
    MC has a post for our HS70As. Works on all 17 of them.
    A little cut and paste and the code works on the 2 HS50, one HS3100 and one HS300.
    Don't know if you need a valid copy of MCX to request a post from them.

    Most likely you do.

    Regards,
    John


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