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VB and the development of wizards / Re: Changing Homing-Speed with VB
« on: June 27, 2013, 09:07:58 AM »
Hi Brian,
I tried your suggestion to change homing speed with VB, but it not works, Is it possible you send more details about it, with an example how to make it right to work? I always appreciate the great help you do in this forum. thanks

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VB and the development of wizards / Re: Changing Homing-Speed with VB
« on: June 27, 2013, 09:06:45 AM »
Hi Brian,
I tried your suggestion to change homing speed with VB, but it not works, Is it possible you send more details about it, with an example how to make it right to work? I always appreciate the great help you do in this forum. thanks

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Hi tony bullard,

I had the same problem you have and I solve it with MadMach plugin, I use it to trigger more than 10 macros, and it is working good for me. You can tray it .

Good Luck!

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Modbus / Re: Lathe Toolchanger in VB via Modbus and PLC
« on: May 04, 2013, 07:17:49 AM »
Thanks Mrprecise44,

I develop all my project this way you described. I'm clear about this way of brain works, it was a long path I walk to get here. My project is working, it is not a regular cutter cnc, I did a glue dispenser to speaker production line, but I just want make it more fast, and I notice that modbus/PLC communication with brain take a little more time and sometimes is not consistent because of this communication process, since I'm using mach3 for different propose that it was developed. My process is a repeating task and not a regular cnc which make different task.
Anyway thank you for your attention to my post, as you said you mean that is not possible to do what I want without use the brains, Am I right?

thanks

Darli

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Modbus / Re: Lathe Toolchanger in VB via Modbus and PLC
« on: May 03, 2013, 05:39:19 PM »
Hi, Everybody.
I'm looking for any help about  Modbus and Macro use. I have everything working after long time of work and search. I have my Mach 3 working with PLC DL05, I want to ask anybody that could help and tell me, how can I activate a macro without use a brain, I mean direct from Modbus/PLC? I dont know if it is possible or not.

Thanks in advance.

Darli

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I noticed that your macro is to activate output 2 and you setup you said output 1 port 1 pin 16. You should enable output 2 to work with your macro.

just an opinion. 

Be happy.

thanks

darli

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Hi Everyone,
I always got a great help from this forum. I need a help with an information, does anyone know if can I activate an output signal on a macro without stop the G-code sequence, I'm running my Gcode in a macro and I want to activate the output in same macro without interrupt my Gcode execution. Or is there a command that I can use to VB to get the righ position from my axis and turn on the output and in another position turn it off , without stop. thanks
darli

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Brains Development / Re: How to run a Brain triggered Macro.........
« on: November 27, 2012, 10:30:02 PM »
thank you Tony, I solved my problem to activate several macros with the plugin Mad Mach. I thank everybody that gave me attention and tried to help.

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Brains Development / Re: How to run a Brain triggered Macro.........
« on: November 13, 2012, 08:24:40 PM »
I did everything as Scottn said, and it works perfect, but I want to control another macro, how do you associated the 1001 macro with code 301? How can I associate another macro with another number to execute the OEM?
thanks a lot for all your attention.

darli

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Brains Development / Re: How to run a Brain triggered Macro.........
« on: November 13, 2012, 07:51:49 PM »
Hi, Poppabear,
I follow your example, I'm just confused because I am already using the first string to execute another macro. Is there anyway I can use brain to activate a different macro using my Modbus control?
thanks for your attention.
Darli

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