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How to wire an arduino-based 3-axis CNC machine

How to wire an arduino-based 3-axis CNC machine
Now we'll wire up each of the EasyDrivers. Remove some of the interior wire from the Cat5 and strip the ends. For each servo you will need two normal pairs of white/colored and one oddball of a white and two colored. In all, you'll have to strip 14 ends. PCB soldering is easy, once you get used to it. There are many other tutorials that cover the subjct. TIP: "Do NOT connect or disconnect a motor while the driver is energized. Next we'll wire the power sources and the arduino.

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