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Hi Hood...
thanks for the advise on the fan, Im just about finished with this test with the fan blowing on the drives, opened up teh controller cover and seems to be fine, its been about an hour now and still milling good, usually bogs out at about 1/2 hour. thank you for the awesome help.

Kunekame

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Thanks Hood for the info, I've tried both settings and the mill still veers off course  with lower time of mill. Milling time shorten as i keep contiinuing job. I also tried what teh seller told me to do which was to set the Debounce interval” to 5000 which i had at 200 and that also didnt work. Im running a F1200 high speed Mill by Wabeco, I've suggested to seller to send another controller to test but he insist its not the controller. we'll see what he says from here, thanks for all your help, if you come across another suggestions on settings please let me know

aloha

Kunekame

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@ angel tech... thank you also.. I will try that.

Kunekame

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Thanks for the info Hood, Im fairly new with Mach3, could you please help direct to changing the settings you suggested.

thank  you
'Kunekame

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Hello, I am encountering an error on milling multi-curve job,  from the morning I would start my milling and at about 30-35 minutes the screen on mach shows the toolpath going as programed but on the mill itself the milling is off course on the x and y axis. the program continues and not stop but its milling the wrong location of the stock, after this happends i would have to zero my stock again, and as i keep continuing the program to mill from the error point, the milling time become shorter and shorter for exp. 30 minutes and restart and 20 minutes and restart then 15 or so minutes of milling time. I've been working with the company who sold us the mill and we've done almost every possibility of switching around the axis and still doing the same thing. changed out the PC and same thing occurs. I've been suspecting the controller but cant get them to send another one to test even on our dime. can some one please help direct me out of this?

thank you in advance...

Kunekame

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General Mach Discussion / Re: mach3 problems cutting multiple objects
« on: September 13, 2010, 01:52:07 PM »
Hello, I am also having a similar encounter, I am sure that my Mach is licensed. from the morning I would start my milling and at about 30-35 minutes the screen on mach shows the toolpath going as programed but on the mill itself the milling is off course on the x and y axis. the program continues and not stop but its milling the wrong location of the stock, after this happends i would have to zero my stock again, and as i keep continuing the program to mill from the error point, the milling time become shorter and shorter for exp. 30 minutes and restart and 20 minutes and restart then 15 or so minutes of milling time. I've been working with the company who sold us the mill and we've done almost every possibility of switching around the axis and still doing the same thing. changed out the PC and same thing occurs. I've been suspecting the controller but cant get them to send another one to test even on our dime. can some one please help direct me out of this?

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Tormach CNC Scan.
« on: August 26, 2010, 08:38:26 PM »
@ Rich, I only purchase the software....it comes with a Dongle for saving and exporting dfx files, there is a shareware version for download which i tried out first. Im using a dino-lite microscope camera, i also tried using my web cam and wasnt too bad but i can really get closer with my dino-lite cam. What i did first with the shareware was doing a screen capture and taking that image into my cad program but having the license version is just little easier with the dfx export, the software come with a generic cad program.

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Tormach CNC Scan.
« on: August 26, 2010, 02:44:07 PM »
I just purchase the Tormach CNC Scanner, the result is excellent! this is great for really small mill and to get the accuracy, most camera will give you a distortion and not get a direct shot where with the scanner you will get a series of telecentric shots meshed together to form a larger image to work with. The only problem is that when opening the scanner through the plugin as directed, it disconnects the PC to from the Mill and you would have to go back out and restart the process. I hope some has found a bug for this...other than that when it does go through the whole process, the results are great.

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