Download the wire diagrams as one .pdf file:
TB6560 and Arduino UNO wiring diagram.pdf
Figuring out how to connect the TB 6560 to the Arduino UNO using GRBL g-code to control my NEMA 23 steppers.
Explaining the pin layout on the Arduino (Genuino) UNO and the inputs/outputs on the TB6560.
I also make a wiring diagram how I connect the two electronics boards, these are available on my webpage.
Materials used in this project (banggood.com):
3pcs TB6560 3A Stepper Motor Drivers:
24V 14.6A Power Supply For CNC and 3D-printers:
CNC Shield V3 3D Printer and 4xA4988 Driver and Arduino UNO w/USB Cable:
15 thoughts on “First DIY CNC build (part 9) – TB6560 plus Arduino UNO is TRUE!”
Hello! If I have two Y motors, one X motor and one Z motor do I connect in the same mode or is there something change??
Hi. There is no change. Only connect the two Y motors like I have connected the two X motors in my wiring diagram. It’s the same mode. Please ask me if you have any more questions.
I’m using also two X axis drivers but they run with inverted direction. To have them with inverted direccion, do I have two invert the two A+ pin from one X driver? Thank you!
Yes, all you have to do is to change the A+ and the A- or the B+ and the B- wire on the one tat goes the wrong way. Let me know if you get them working correctly. Thanks for watching! 🙂
Do we use enable pin in driver
No, the enable pin is not nesecery to use 🙂
Sorry for the late answer
Hi , thanks for your tutorial . I made a laser engraving machine with arduino nano and grbl v1.1 , can you explain me the arduino GRBL program? Thank you so much
I dont have a lot of experience with the laser part o GRBL. What spesific do you want to know?
hola es posible usar arduino mega y que pines también comentar si es posible mover motores nema23 con fuente alimentación de 12v salu2
“hello it is possible to use arduino mega and that pins also comment if it is possible to move motors nema23 with power supply of 12v salu2”
Yes, I think its all possible 🙂
“Sí, creo que es todo posible :-)”
How did you hook up your limit switches?
My name is Luis, I am writing from Argentina. I am working on the assembly of a CNC and I have followed your videos, Impressive everything you have done, I congratulate you! I would like to know if you can make a video or explain how to place the limit switches in this machine. In which pins of the Arduino should you connect ?, also if you can place a button for emergency stop.
thank you .project,s very yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy well. good-good-good