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1801
have you checked your grounding for noise ?
your power supply for Geko ?

Thomas

1802
Hi,

i think first step will be to get much manuals of the used controler's
as possible.

mitsubishi anyway, and ITRI as well.
maybe you can get a wiring diagram from Ecoca.
as more informations you get from the existing system, as easier it
will be to convert.

Thomas

1803
hate the bloody things, usualy have mine on silent ;)

yust ignore it. (don't hate it).
sometimes it is easier.

Thomas

1804
Hi Emil,

Hi Thomas
Pff 25 years , that mean you are Daddy's on CNC,
have you some on You Tube or links on your retrofitings ?

sorry, i am "prehistoric", means i do do not evan have a
smarthphone, only a mobilephone (phone is the major thing,
yust dial a number and talk).

so i do not have any youtube videos.

sorry again.

Thomas

1805
Hi Hood,

Glad to see Thomas in on this, he is much better at VB than I will ever be :)

Thank You.

Thomas
as writen before:

If Then Else or Maybe

1806
Hi Emil,

@Thomas
It seems that your TO DO plan is well organized....if I think from start on all ; then will do a really mess on my mind !

i am doing retrofit things for almost 25 years now,
had to learn this.

Thomas

1807
OK Emil,

i made a quick head based calculation of your in-/outputs

Based on my OLD inputs:
-home axis x
-home axis y
-home axis z
-vacuum table 1 (pressure gauge 1)
-vacuum table 2 (pressure gauge 2)
-vacuum pump acces
-acces mill 1 (assume is the main spindle)
-acces mill 2 (assume is the drill spindle)
-cone-holder OPEN
-cone holder CLOSE
-thermic inverter
-drill group DOWN
-drill group UP
-dust colector UP
-Inverter OK
-frequency reached
-drive axis C (ATM axis) OK
-pressure reached on the main spindle
-OK Z
-axis overreached (axis limits switches)
-emergency on main panel (emergency switch on the panel)
-machine emergency (chain with pushButtonsMushroom 3, line pressure,lock of main door)
-vacuum termic breaker
-drill unit thermic breaker
-motor stop
-external start
-external stop
-vacuum switch 1
-vacuum switch 2
-inverter frequency level

means  30 inputs


Outputs :
- 9 outputs for drill heads 1,2,3-----9 (activation of the drill heads I assume they need M codes and VB Macro)
-ascension of 4 guides (0-ing hardware fixtures on each corner of table) depending on each side of table you work - need M codes
-axis C (ATM) enable
-up down dust cover
-drill head UP
-drill head DOWN
-OPEN/CLOSE Tool holder clamp
-vacuum side 1 of table
-vacuum side 2 of the table
-enbla axis X,Y,Z
-enable inverter

means 20 outputs

csmio-a has

24 inputs
16 outputs

witch makes a IO extension module necessary.

Thomas


1808
Hi Emil,

there are a couple of macro excamples on CSMIO homepage:

http://www.cs-lab.eu/en/artykul-115-Addons_macros.html


as i have writen before my personal agenda would be:
1. get all the hardware things wired
2. get the axis running
3. get the spindle running
4. then get headache about VB macros

Thomas

don't be afraid of VB,

it's just

If Then Else or Maybe



1809
CS-Lab / Re: Support M10/M11 commands
« on: May 11, 2015, 01:44:18 PM »
Hi Andrew,

you are absolutly wright.

tested on my -M and -S machine, not working,
only with PP.

looking forward to CSMIO answer.

Thomas



1810
Hi,

don't want to stumble into your your converstion wit Hood.
i have also two csmio machines and i have written many macros for it.

i think that is a VB script project.

some of it will go into macropump.
some of it into M6 and a couple of  it into other macro's.

don't be affraid of VB step by some of us will get you through
this project i think.

first of all is to get all the wiring done, check all in- outputs
and then start one after another.

first to get the axis running, then the spindle then the rest.


your machine is a very interesting machine.

i am "on board" to help you.
we will see who else is comming up.

excuse my bad bavarin english.

Thomas