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General Mach Discussion / Re: Progressive Move Error with X and Y
« on: June 29, 2008, 02:55:47 PM »
Hi, Carl

If your losing steps, Try reducing your Acceleration and Velocity settings some.

Tell us a little more about your Machine, Steppers, Controller type, Computer speed ....

If your Step, Dir "Pulses" are set to 0, Set them to 5 also.

More info Needed, Chip

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LazyCam (Beta) / Re: "Z" Plunges Opposite Dir.
« on: June 29, 2008, 12:39:30 PM »
Hi, RC

Used your LCam file hear, Set the Cut Z to -0.2, Set layer then set all layers.

The tool #4 must have been in you LCam file, I didn't set a tool #.

Added a G55 fixture offset at x1 y1, Don't forget to save it.

G55 ;Fixture #2 Added chip

N5 (File Name = Pendant on Sunday, June 29, 2008)
N10 (Default Mill Post)
N15  G91.1
N20 M5 M9
N25 M6 T4(TOOL Change .5)
N30 G43 H4
N35 G0  Z1.0000
N40 M3 S3000
N45  X2.0000  Y1.5001
N50 G1  Z-0.2000  F20.00
N55 G3  X3.5000  Y1.5000  I0.7500  J-0.0001  F66.00
N60  X2.0000  Y1.5001  I-0.7500  J0.0000
N65 G0  Z1.0000
N70  X0.5000  Y3.2501
N75 G1  Z-0.2000  F20.00
N80 G3  X2.0000  Y3.2500  I0.7500  J-0.0001  F66.00
N85  X0.5000  Y3.2501  I-0.7500  J0.0000
N90 G0  Z1.0000
N95  X3.7500
N100 G1  Z-0.2000  F20.00
N105 G3  X5.2500  Y3.2500  I0.7500  J-0.0001  F66.00
N110  X3.7500  Y3.2501  I-0.7500  J0.0000
N115 G0  Z1.0000
N120  X5.2500  Y5.7500
N125 G1  Z-0.2000  F20.00
N130  Y6.7500   F66.00
N135  X0.5000  Y6.7500   
N140  Y4.7500   
N145  X5.2500  Y4.7500   
N150  X5.2500  Y5.7500   
N155 G0  Z1.0000
N160  X6.0000  Y3.6250
N165 G1  Z-0.2000  F20.00
N170  Y0.0000   F66.00
N175 G2  X5.7500  Y-0.2500  I-0.2500  J0.0000
N180 G1  X0.0000   
N185 G2  X-0.2500  Y-0.0000  I0.0000  J0.2500
N190 G1  Y7.2500   
N195 G2  X-0.0000  Y7.5000  I0.2500  J0.0000
N200 G1  X5.7500   
N205 G2  X6.0000  Y7.2500  I-0.0000  J-0.2500
N210 G1  Y3.6250   
N215 G0  Z1.0000
N220 M5

G00 x0 y0 ; Added chip

G54 ;Fixture #1 no offset Added chip
G00 x0 y0 ; Added chip

N225 M30

Hope this Helps, Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Homing all axis Help!!
« on: June 26, 2008, 02:50:54 AM »
Hi, oskie

Good to hear you got it working.

Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: runaway motors
« on: June 25, 2008, 11:11:45 PM »
Hi, Pat

If there servos, It most likely you need to reverse the A B pins on your encoder inputs or reverse the servo  motor polarity.

Thanks, Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Homing all axis Help!!
« on: June 25, 2008, 01:01:50 AM »
Hi, Oskie

In config, General Configuration, Is this box checked "Home Slave With Master".

You may need to change the config, Ports & Pins, "Inputs", Active Low State hear for your home/Limit SW's

Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: (2) controllers - setup questions
« on: June 24, 2008, 09:27:55 PM »
Hi, Charlie

Will all help anyway we can, Do you have a second p-port installed. ?

Have you tested it at all.

Others will post.

Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: How to increase circle resolution?
« on: June 24, 2008, 06:20:54 PM »
Hi, Jon

It's the DXF exporter in Corel, In most cad programs you can select the "line segment length" for cir's, arc's or just export cir's, arc's in the DXF, I Think!.

I haven't used Corel maybe Corel has this option, In the Link I posted, It was suggested to import your dxf in a differant Cad and re-export it's dxf.

Better answers should follow, I hope.

Thanks, Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: How to increase circle resolution?
« on: June 24, 2008, 03:26:18 AM »
Hi, Jon

Read this post http://www.machsupport.com/forum/index.php/topic,5117.0.html

It will help to enplane what's going on.

Getting to late hear, Chip

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General Mach Discussion / Re: homing my rotational axis
« on: June 23, 2008, 05:35:45 PM »
Hi, Scott

Thanks for the code, Its just what I needed, A little structure to support my weak VB skills.

I'll let you now how it works out for me.

Your Help goes a long Way for All.

Thanks, Chip

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Hi, Iqchallengedd

Things can get out of Whack with Mach3's driver sometimes, Probably best to remove it and reinstall at this point.

Open Device Manager, Rt click on Mach3 Driver, Select "Uninstall" Mach3 Driver, Yes.

Return to Mach3 Folder, C:\Mach3 and "Run" the "Driver Test", It will return with the "Driver Installed",  Reboot/Re-start Computer Required.

Restart and run Mach3, From time to time this has been the only solution for Me.

You now after Using, Your Fore-Head to Drive 16 Penny Nail's in the Wall a few times.

Hope this Helps, Chip