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General Mach Discussion / Re: pause button
« on: July 14, 2010, 04:00:30 AM »
i know position for look ahead. but i dont know What does it do?

General Mach Discussion / Re: pause button
« on: July 14, 2010, 03:05:03 AM »
yes Hood. i need press twice in high feedrate, i dont have problem in low feedrate.

hi Terry
is it possible explain about "Look Ahead" ?


General Mach Discussion / pause button
« on: July 13, 2010, 04:56:18 AM »
i have small problem
in feedrate about 1500~2000 mm/Min ,When I press the pause button ,malfunctioning  and should do it again.
In other words ,i must press twice.
Where is the problem ?
my version is R3.042.020


General Mach Discussion / Re: SERVO motor
« on: July 04, 2010, 05:16:10 AM »
what are different between "position control" and "speed control"  in cnc machine? or torque control ?


General Mach Discussion / Re: SERVO motor
« on: July 04, 2010, 01:50:26 AM »
yes ,i mean is drives . my driver is analog and only one mode > Speed control 
this is manual for drivers :

General Mach Discussion / SERVO motor
« on: July 03, 2010, 02:33:20 PM »
I've decided to build a third CNC machine, but with servo motor.
i have 3 AC servo motor with Specifications :
2-speed control
3-about 400W  1.3N.m 3000 RPM

now i have two questions:

1-my motor are analog, and I can not use them without intermediaries( i mean :converter digital to analog) .i want use "KFLOP" .
  i see in specification  > """ 8 Channels Servo Drive Analog Outputs, Range ±10V """
  I think it is a good choice.
  Whether there is another choice?

2-Considering the fact that these motors are Speed control ,I can use them for router machine ? Whether they are suitable ?


General Mach Discussion / Re: cutting complex plan
« on: June 30, 2010, 07:31:08 AM »
thx Terry and Stirling
I think that this Draw type is not common.This example belongs to my customer and for this purpose complex that is less losses.
If I'm not mistaken, should polygon with take apart.
when i import this Draw to Sheetcam ,It can be confusing ,And to spread to Mark(my mean is S number). this is master problem.

Many of my customers are men selfish and want to have slight losses but I think that is not logical.
Please guide.

Show"N"Tell ( Your Machines) / different design
« on: June 30, 2010, 04:18:52 AM »
A few months ago, I bought a machine called chip mounter(image No1) and start the dissection.
I saw the pieces of aluminum that you can see it (image No2)
i decide build cnc with This machine accessories.
To do this I need your sympathy.
Y & Z axis are already complete.( for my chip mounter )
i want design X-axis for it.Similar image No3 .I think the design is strange.
can someone explain Mathematical calculations? and help me in during build this machine.
Please tell your Opinion about design so I use them for better design.


General Mach Discussion / cutting complex plan
« on: June 29, 2010, 05:35:40 AM »
I know that here is not the appropriate place to discuss this issue.
i want apologize.
i have problem with Cutting some plan in PLASMA.i use sheetcam.

How can cutting this kind of plans that have difficulty sticking together and are closed ?
i attach sample.  


General Mach Discussion / Re: Properly doing "Run Frome Here"
« on: June 29, 2010, 04:02:28 AM »
i have problem with RFH
i think in plasma dont work
for example in this code:
N0100 G00 Z50.0000
N0110 X54.5560 Y43.6976
N0120 G31 Z -100 F500.0
N0130 G92 Z0.0
N0140 G00 Z0.0000
N0150 G92 Z0.0
N0160 G00 X54.5560 Y43.6976 Z5.0000
N0170 M03
N0180 G01 Z2.0000 F500
N0190 X56.6592 Y42.9879
N0200 X61.0873 Y42.8287
N0210 Y41.0483
N0220 X32.7073
N0230 Y42.8287
N0240 X37.3161 Y43.0319
N0250 X38.5330 Y43.3942
N0260 X40.4880 Y44.6611
N0270 X41.5513 Y46.2541
N0280 X42.0049 Y48.4512
N0290 X42.2073 Y52.7383
N0300 X42.1246 Y98.4651
N0310 X41.7569 Y101.3149
N0320 X41.0934 Y103.1154
N0330 X39.6993 Y104.4128
N0340 X37.6922 Y105.2646
N0350 X35.1942 Y105.5483
N0360 X32.7073
N0370 Y107.3283
N0380 X51.5873
N0390 X51.6252 Y50.7880
N0400 X51.9287 Y47.6757
N0410 X52.5362 Y45.6137
N0420 X52.9551 Y44.9758
N0430 X54.5560 Y43.6976
N0440 M05


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