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General Mach Discussion / Re: Jogging two axis with one button
« on: November 15, 2007, 11:02:51 PM »
I was aware of moving with MDI I was looking for something a little more spontaneous and not having to type in code when a button could be pushed, thanks for trying. Is there a variable table that can be assign to keys using the brains method. I'm allready using the brains to deal with a servo fault situation. Also anybody know of a complete list VB properties, methods, events and constants for the scripting? I have written many stand alone VB apps.

Wayne

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Jogging two axis with one button
« on: November 15, 2007, 08:39:46 PM »
This is for a water jet, A lot of controllers on the market have the function of traversing on a 45 deg angle so it would be like pushing the X++ an and Y++ or other combinations to move in different combinations.

the thing about water jets, plasmas, and other large cutting area machines they typically don't use a and absolute system as they set a new 0,0 when beginning a new program and precision as far as fitting a large piece of granite or marble into a cutting area is done by mostly eye sight and the great line "that's close enough" so often getting to the next cutting point is like lazy people not wanting to push two keys at the same time.

And thanks so much for the help!

Wayne

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General Mach Discussion / Jogging two axis with one button
« on: November 15, 2007, 12:29:52 AM »
Does anyone know of an easy way to set a keyboard button to jog in two axis at the same time? If there is a way to do it with Brains that would be fine, but I could find and key codes in the brains software.

I have been using the G100 for a couple of months and and have had no trouble so far.

Thanks, Wayne

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