CNC Spindle

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CNC Spindle

Postby loyd » Sun Aug 12, 2018 3:15 pm

https://www.amazon.com/MYSWEETY-Cooled-Spindle-Collet-Converter/dp/B06VY6PM6N/ref=sr_1_8/138-8350261-0188227?ie=UTF8&qid=1534107385&sr=8-8&keywords=cnc+router+motor


Anyone looked at this one? The reviews look pretty good. I'm using a Porter Cable 690 router motor that screams like a banchee. I expect that I'll still use ear protection even if I were to get a silent spindle since the bit noise would be enough to irritate me. At the other end of my shop, I could be working without hearing protection with bit noise but the 690 is loud any place in the shop.
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Re: CNC Spindle

Postby sid_matheny » Sun Aug 12, 2018 4:29 pm

Looks like a nice kit for the money. Reviews sound good mostly and they say it is quite. Not sure about the mounting to the shark but I would think it is doable.
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Re: CNC Spindle

Postby rgulley » Sun Aug 12, 2018 7:11 pm

Mounting the spindle on your HD4 shouldn't be a problem. You need to make sure the Shark controller supplies enough amperage to run the spindle and cooling pump (the VFD {speed control} might need to be powered on with the CNC and not the running program.)
disclaimer: I went way past my knowledge base after the first sentence.
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