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  1. Thanks and no worries. I think I might have found...

    Thanks and no worries. I think I might have found part of the problem. Starting at the servos, I looked for 140VDC at the harness. I got nothing. Following the wiring diagram all the way back to PCB...
  2. Looking at the wiring diagram I posted above, it...

    Looking at the wiring diagram I posted above, it looks like the servo drives are powered with 15VAC. Also, the data plate on the side of the servo states 5.8 amps continuous, 30 amps peak, max...
  3. So everything inside the cabinet is running off...

    So everything inside the cabinet is running off 120 volts I think. From what I can tell, only the motor is three phase. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but how do I tell if the servo drives are...
  4. So a quick update, I have the board fixed and it...

    So a quick update, I have the board fixed and it appears to be working. The issue I'm having now is I am getting a SERVO DISCNT error every time I try to move the table. If I do it manually, I get...
  5. I thought the same as you, $600 was expensive for...

    I thought the same as you, $600 was expensive for such a simple job. I called a local electronics repair shop and took it to them. They think the voltage regulator next to the capacitors/varistors...
  6. Thank you for the info. This makes a lot of...

    Thank you for the info. This makes a lot of sense. I think I can rewire the existing spindle forward/reverse switch to toggle power at the VFD. I could potentially have the Anilam Crusader M...
  7. So I got it powered up. But every time I manually...

    So I got it powered up. But every time I manually turn the spindle on, I get an over current fault. The only way to power the spindle is to turn it on at the spindle, then turn on the VFD. That...
  8. So I think I might be confusing myself. I think...

    So I think I might be confusing myself. I think the Crusader M controller is completely powered via 115 vac outlet. I think because there is a sticker on the cabinet door that says 440 Volts, I...
  9. Here are a couple more pictures, just for...

    Here are a couple more pictures, just for reference.300182300183300184300185
  10. Help Needed, 2HP Bridgeport Series 1 CNC Anilam Crusader M 440 vac to 230 vac

    Hello Everyone.

    I just received a new to me 2HP Bridgeport Series 1 3-axis CNC fitted with Anilam Crusader Series M controller. It is currently wired for 3 phase 440 volts. Looking at the Anilam...
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