Specs of Snapmaker 2.0 CNC motor
- Operation voltage: 24V
- Working power usage: 40W - 50W
- No-load current: ≤ 1.2A
- Locked-rotor current: 3A
- Speed: Up to idle 12,000 rpm
- When you use Carving V-Bit in Relief mode, it is recommended to use the parameters below.
Note : You can get more information about woods’ Janka Hardness at:
- When you use Flat End Mill in Vector mode, it is recommended to use the parameters below.
Note 1 : You can get more information about woods’ Janka Hardness at:
Note 2 : The parameters below are also applicable for Text mode.
Good information. I see it’s in the online manual. My problem is that the Janka Hardness for wood does not have units. < 1000 or > 1000 what? LBf? KGf? N? It’s very different.
For example, White Poplar has a Janka Rating of 540 LBf, or 2,400N (from the referenced wood-database). If units are in LBf, the V Bit recommended settings would be 720mm/min. But if they mean N, it would only use 420mm/min.
My guess is that they mean LBf, but want to be sure before I turn it loose.
Hi, you are right. It is 1000 lbf.
Do the suggested values differ when using rotary module and rotation or linkage-mode with the straight groove v-bit?