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« on: September 01, 2017, 03:02:32 AM »

sorry for my bad english.
i need a equivalent code vbscript for dobutton(23) for modify the feedrate when active signal trough inductive sensor.
i need improve accuracy
is possible?

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After a long time, I have had to restart the cnc I made a few years ago. I am using the mach3 and I have adapted capacitive sensors on the X axis and the Y axis, I use them as a reference to position my mandrino the one Point x = 0 and = 0 that I get when I run the ref all home button.
The problem is that I need a maximum precision because I use it to mill pcb boards, I have noticed that when I stop motors, or I interrupt the program and I want to start again, when I return to give ref all home it returns in theory to the point x = 0 and = 0, but in reality there is a margin of error, so doing another pass ruined the work done.
I have come to the conclusion that when I refer to 0 with the sensors, the feedrate speed is high to have an accuracy, so I want to adapt a script that does the following:
When sensor X is detected (the sensor led lights up), stop and then move very slowly until the sensor led is turned off, the same with the Y axis.
Someone could lend me a hand with that script? I'm very stuck with the topic of macros and scripts.

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 05:34:40 AM »

Would you recommend this to me to understand more?
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« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2017, 05:43:50 AM »

Would you recommend this to me to understand more?

@Dewlosin - I have absolutely no idea - perhaps you could explain in more detail.


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