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01 Nov 2017 18:08 #51016 by K3CFPV
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I certainly hope that, at a minimum, the adjustable spindle nuts being offered on the Black Edition will be made available to all users as an upgrade. In addition, the 3.5mm jacks should also be offered as an add-on part.

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01 Nov 2017 19:35 - 01 Nov 2017 19:37 #51017 by bvs
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hi K3...

the adjustable spindle nuts should be available by dec. this jear as far as i could find out.

The 3.5 Jack can be ordered in every electronics shop.

By the way:
Im not a friend of those spindle nuts. :whistle:

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Bruno
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02 Nov 2017 20:23 #51043 by Bodo
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I guess the development and integration of the split nuts is done. The question is, why they don't supply all new orange machines with split nuts as standard in the first place. Maybe Black Edition is synonymous for beta version? ;)

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02 Nov 2017 21:08 - 02 Nov 2017 21:14 #51046 by bvs
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BLACK BETA :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
No way .

this is a split nut:

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This is a special nut:


This is a adjustable nut: (not easy to adjust)

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02 Nov 2017 21:43 #51048 by Bodo
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Thank you for teaching me, bvs. What's so difficult to adjust? You could use some shims and a torque wrench?

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02 Nov 2017 22:02 #51050 by bvs
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you will find out soon...
maybe the reason could be some screw lock liquid like Loctite or something similar...

the difference in adjustment between not enough and too much is quite small.
And it wont rest in that right place forever ...

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03 Nov 2017 19:13 #51053 by Bodo
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Glue is ugly indeed. Maybe it's possible to counter the socket cap screw by means of a set screw at the back (when it can be reached, and the thread is going through), or by a small set screw that locks the bolt at its top end by an additional thread.

If that all fails:

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04 Nov 2017 10:21 #51054 by cesare.schwabl
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Anybody can give me a Hint about the 3,5mm Jack. I already was looking for one but never found any which would fit the hole. Anybody can give me a link or part number?

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04 Nov 2017 16:29 #51056 by Cpt Wingnut
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Hi-ya,
I’ve been back and forth with both Stepcraft and Rory about this.
The general consensus is that any 3.5mm jack plug will fit. I tried 2, 3 and 4 pole plugs, they all fit fine.

If you’re thinking of wiring up the tool length sensor the 2 pole (mono) plug is simple to wire up as it’s only got 2 terminals.
With the 3 and 4 pole plugs you’ll have to check UCCNC diagnostics to find the correct terminals.
Be aware, when you plug just the jack plug in, the ‘probe’ indicator will light up, when you find the two correct terminals it will go out.

I found wiring the jack plugs a bit fiddly for my hands, so I cut off a 3.5mm 3 pole plug from some crappy headphones and soldered the wires together (after testing which are the two correct wires of course), works great.

You can get the plugs from ebay for a couple of pounds.

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06 Nov 2017 18:54 #51080 by bvs
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hy folks
i was in Friedrichshafen and could see the Black edition.
Nice and interesting price.

The only problem: the Color :lol: :lol: :lol:

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19 Nov 2017 22:45 #51296 by Gael
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Hello all,

To feed the topic :

I fitted the jack socket on my SC2 420 black edition.
The back of the front plate has been machined with a circular pocket to make the plate around the jack 3.5 fitting thinner.
Then, the jack barrel can be a very classical one.

Is this feature already machined on the "orange editions", or is it specific to the black edition? This is not shown on the assembly manual...

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Gaël

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