Thank you for the photo. I want to clarify some things because you may not need all of the items you ordered, so I want more information.
Those wires and that connector are for the endstops and will need to be repaired independently. It sounds like you possibly found some wire on Amazon to correct the over stripped wire to the endstops already? Please confirm.
The boxes of wire I mentioned with the shrink wrap can also be found there.
The stepper drivers and 4 wire connector packs are not needed to correct the pictured wire. You can splice the damaged wire with 26AWG, protect it with heat shrink (or separate and replace that damaged wire), and connect the end to the crimp pin in the connector.
Alternatively, you can replace the endstops with the limit switches we carry (which I think is what you were wanting to do, please confirm). If that’s the case, you would need the limit switches and connector pack, so you are good there. Instructions to connect are here: Installing Limit Switches
Then you would need long wires to connect the Y axis stepper motor to the LaserBoard directly (no external driver needed). Do you have a Y connector? You can also wire directly into the screw terminal.
What you ordered are the drivers for the motors, not the motors themselves (we do not currently have any motors stocked). The stepper motor connects to the external driver. See the wiring schematic here, where the stepper is connected to the lower screw terminal block: Connecting External Stepper Drivers
These drivers are only needed if the motor you connect to it (on the right) is a stronger motor, like a Nema 23. The stock motors that come on most laser machines are Nema 17 and do not require external drivers, so they can be hooked directly into the respective axis for the LaserBoard on-board drivers, in most cases.
|External Stepper Driver
If you buy a Z table or Rotary pre-made, they usually come with the stepper motor pre-installed or have the stepper motors as an add on, depending on who you purchase from. If you’re building your own, you would need to buy them from another retailer online.
The LaserBoard on-board drivers support Z table with the Z axis and rotary with the A axis right out of the box. They do not require external drivers unless you are using big stepper motors, like I mentioned previously.
Having said all of this, do you still want the external drivers and 4 pack connectors?