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General Mach Discussion / Digispeed problem
« on: January 15, 2019, 05:23:12 PM »
I have a strange problem, I have a Mini Mill X2 with a Digispeed DC-3 V3 to control my spindle, It had been working great, but today I found as soon as I start Mach3, my spindle starts up at full speed and can not be controlled. I have checked the configuration page and all is the same. The only way to stop the spindle is to either hit the E-Stop on the motor control or tick the Dir LowActive on the Motor Outputs  page of the Pins and Ports.

Any one have any suggestions?

Thanks for the help


Modbus / Re: How to Address Modbus Outputs if you have more than 20
« on: May 13, 2015, 04:18:53 PM »
Maybe I am missing something, but I am more than 50 ModBus addresses with Mach3. I have 40 Descrets, 16 Analogs, 200 Holding registers and 25 coils. the only problem I have is with 32 bit numbers.everything I want to display is 16 bit or a signed integer. 


Modbus / Re: ModBus TCP Help
« on: May 13, 2015, 11:43:24 AM »
Thanks guys,

used a Brain and got the RPM to show on the MPG screen. Did some reading and found out the RPM readout on the first poage only works with a pulse. You would think it could be re directed to show the actual number from the TACH.

Any suggestions?


Modbus / ModBus TCP Help
« on: April 21, 2015, 04:44:36 PM »

I am having a problem using a Modbus PLC with Mach3, specifically, I have a holding register that I can see in the test but will not show up either in the VB script or the Brain Editor/View. In the TCP configitor I have  CFG#0 Enabled, with 10 Registers. ModBus VAR 400001 is the starting address.

I have tried to use the VB Script function with the Following:

RPM = Getinput (1) /32767 : where the first register is the value I need.
RPM = RPM /100 : To get the Percent of full value.

When I run the program All I get is RPM="0"

In thew test area of the TC P configuator says the value of the first register is 16732 which should yield 50%

LazyCam (Beta) / Re: Lazy Cam Crash Problem
« on: March 29, 2006, 10:41:59 PM »
I too am having this problem, 3.2Ghz Pent. XP pro with 2gb ram

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