2019 Shapeoko 2 Refurbishment

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General Information


General Shapeoko Refurbish 0.jpg

Link to 2016 Madness Shapeoko_Repair_Madness_2016


Goal 1: Shapeoko 2 Device Refurbishment

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Goal 1: Placement of Custom 3D Printed Parts

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General Shapeoko 3D Rear View.jpg

General Shapeoko 3D Z-Axis View.jpg


Goal 1: Rewiring

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Note: The Spindle Power cable has a modification. The end connector is not common. So, a new connector has be added as a matched pair with screw terminal. The use of screw terminal connectors makes "cutting" of wiring less likely and allows reuse of connectors. The connectors do not require soldering and allow for rewiring without need to "get" new connectors or "solder" lines. A lot of wiring repairs have inline splices that cause later difficulties. The screw terminals would allow entire wiring replacement.

Goal 1: Completion

Front General Shapeoko Front View.jpg

Right General Shapeoko Right View.jpg

Rear General Shapeoko Rear View.jpg

Left General Shapeoko Left View.jpg

Goal 2: Controller System

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Goal 2: Controller Description

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Goal 2: Controller Box

Controller Box Assembled

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Controller Box Disassembled

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Goal 2: Front Panel Build

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Goal 2: Rear Panel Build

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Goal 2: Electronics

Three Boards - Arduino Uno, Arduino Prototyping Shield, CNC Shield V3.0

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Notes: The Arduino has its power jack removed. The Arduino is powered thru the USB. The circuitry on the Prototyping Shield added noise filtering and debounce protection to the Limit Switch Lines and Control Buttons on the E-Stop pendant. The circuitry in the photo was modified according to the schematic below to improve debounce behavior.

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The electronic were assembled in the stack below.

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Goal 2: Controller Box Assembly

The electronic, wiring and cooling fans were organized and supported by custom 3D printed parts.

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Overall Controller Box Contents

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Assembled Controller Box Contents

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GRBL Controller Assembled and Labelled

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Goal 2: E-Stop pendant

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Actual E-Stop pendant

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Goal 2: Power Box

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Example of an isolated power wiring harness

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Power Box with two power wiring harnesses and control button connector

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General Layout of Refurbished Shapeoko 2 and GRBL Controller

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Actual Layout

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General Notes:

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