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Limitedknowledge
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2019-11-19 9:48 pm  

Hello, I am new to the workshop. I am an Industrial Mechanic looking to increase my limited electronic skills. 😀 


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ZeFerby
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2019-11-19 10:42 pm  

Welcome @limitedknowledge !

Eric


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Spyder
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2019-11-20 12:48 am  
Posted by: @zeferby

Welcome @limitedknowledge !

I should've used that name


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Limitedknowledge
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2019-11-21 10:22 pm  

Thank you. Always trying to be on the cutting edge!


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Limitedknowledge
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2019-11-21 10:38 pm  

I would like to build a simple circuit to power a cordless drill to operate my plasma cutter. Looking for any (input) ha ha. So I will need a power supply, forward and reverse with variable speed. The drill will be driving a length of threaded rod to provide motion to the pasta cutting head attached to a carriage. I have several cordless drills ranging from 9.6 to 12v that I can cannibalize for the project. Any ideas would be appreciated thanks.

 


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Chip
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2019-11-22 2:24 am  
Posted by: @limitedknowledge

I would like to build a simple circuit to power a cordless drill to operate my plasma cutter. Looking for any (input) ha ha.

First things first, WELCOME to the forum !!

Okay about the "simple circuit" this might be a good start, check it out.

Controlling DC Motors with the L298N Dual H-Bridge and an Arduino


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Limitedknowledge
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2019-11-22 3:51 am  

thanks I will check it out 


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casey
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2019-11-22 8:41 am  

My suggestion is to first google for ideas and see if there is anything that might be suitable for your project.

https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=483363.0

https://www.instructables.com/id/Cordless-Drills-Hacking-for-Other-Uses/

And so on ...

 


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