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Has any fix been found for the "Rapid Axis ++" and "Rapid Axis --" issues? I have same problem.

General Mach Discussion / XHC WHB04B-6 wireless MPG
« on: March 15, 2018, 08:47:55 PM »
I am setting up my new WHB04B-6 and am trying to use Macro keys set for "Rapid Axis ++" and "Rapid Axis --" . The base feed rate seams to be very high. It only works on my machine when the select knob is set on "2%". All other positions cause very high step rates sent to the motor drivers. This causes the motors to stall with very little or no movement. I don't think it should send out step pulses that are above the motor settings set in mach3.

My goal is to have + & - jog buttons for the axis selected on the knob. this does what I need with the exception of the exes feed it pulses out.

I looked extensively for a setting in Mach3 and found nothing that affects the base federate used by "Rapid Axis ++" and "Rapid Axis --" .

My machine is set up for 8.0 inches per minute maximum. All program and jog federates work normal.
The displayed federate when override knob is set for 100%, and Rapid Axis ++ is pushed, is 378 inches a minute.

Am I doing something wrong or can someone suggest anything.

General Mach Discussion / Re: PWM Questions
« on: December 22, 2016, 12:29:50 PM »
I have a different problem. My PWM output is getting affected by mouse movement and screen selection. If on the MDI screen and I move the mouse i get near perfect square wave output at the programed rate. I stop moving the mouse and the output becomes very jerky. Also if I select the jog screen the jerkiness is more pronounced, still affected by mouse movement but square wave output is not as good as MDI.
I have tried different frequencies settings as recommended but all get affected in a similar manner. I also tried a different mouse USB and PS2.

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