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1971
General Mach Discussion / Re: spindle problem
« on: March 25, 2015, 02:01:23 PM »
Hi jve,

have you entered S2000 in the MDI line ?

Thomas

1972
Share Your GCode / Re: new machine
« on: March 25, 2015, 01:57:59 PM »
Hi jimbo1954,

i think something like this should work:

( code to run back and forth)
#1 = 100 (start Speed)
G90 G80 G40 G54 G21 G17 G50 G94 G64 (safety block)
M98 P1 L100  (RUN SUBROUTINE CODE 100 TIMES)
M30

o1
#1 = [#1 +100] (increase Speed)
G1 Y1900 F[#1] ( YAXIS TRAVEL AT FEED RATE)
G1 Y0.0    (RETURN TO Y=0)
G4 P 2  ( PAUSE or can use M1  instead of G4)
M99 (RETURNS BACK TO THE )
%


not tested yust try.

Thomas

1973
CS-Lab / Re: Connection Failed. CSMIO/IP not found.
« on: March 21, 2015, 03:59:19 AM »
Hi Jun,

ping in a cmd is ok.

dont know your network, if there is no dhcp server the CSMIO
has normaly 10.1.1.2 subnet 255.255.255.0  just make sure that you (pc) is in the same
network.

check your ip by CMD -> IPCONFIG

Thomas   

1974
General Mach Discussion / Re: x probe
« on: March 20, 2015, 06:56:50 AM »
Hi,

for a exact probing you should also add the following

        XNew = GetDro(0) + 3      'probe to current position + 3 mm
        Code "G31 X" &XNew
        While IsMoving()      'wait for prob move to complete
        Wend

       Xprobepos = getvar(2002)     'get the position where we hit the probe
        Code "g1 x" &Xprobepos         'go back to this position
        While ismoving()
        Wend


Thomas

1975
General Mach Discussion / Re: x probe
« on: March 20, 2015, 05:33:41 AM »
Hi Amnon,

what are you trying to do here

X0 = SetDRO(0,(-1)*(GetUserDRO(1300))+(-1)*(GetUserDRO(1301)/2))   ' UserDRO(1300) - probe diameter; UserDRO(1301) - plate thickness;

think this should work better

X0 = (-1)*(GetUserDRO(1300))+(-1)*(GetUserDRO(1301)/2)   ' UserDRO(1300) - probe diameter; UserDRO(1301) - plate thickness;
SetDRO(0,X0)   ' Set X Dro to calculated value

Thomas

1976
General Mach Discussion / Re: Upgrading controller to Mach3
« on: March 19, 2015, 11:05:53 AM »
Hi galcorn,

I'm trying to upgrade an old Axyz brand router to Mach3.  I have purchased a new breakout board to talk to Mach 3 from Campbell designs, but I have no idea where to start rewiring existing connections.  I have included link to my existing configuration and new board if someone could lead me in the right direction to get started.

first you should download a few manuals:
for your BOB -> should be this
http://www.campbelldesigns.net/files/breakout-user-guide-1-8.pdf

for your drivers -> for the MCG MSD 50D should be this
http://www.alstron.com.sg/Motor_MCG/PDF/MSD50D.pdf

sorry i can not identify the fourth one

you should be able to identify the connected signals on the motor controllers ( 9 pole sub d).
write down an post.

i am not able to read description of attached connector 1.
please make a better photo or description


wires off connector 2 should be the ones witch go to the sub d off motor controllers.
please confirm.

Regards Thomas

1977
CS-Lab / Re: CSMIO/IP-S vs DELTA ASDA-B2
« on: March 19, 2015, 06:53:14 AM »
Hello Arman,

today i was little bit thinking about your "wave" problem.
i think it is not mach or the cam programm.
i was thinking about your kinematics, and about tolerances there.
i made a small drawing ony in X-Z plane.
at the right side of the drawing the z-axis is twisted 0.171 degrees, and
you can see in the TCP it is more than one mm off.
i am affraid depending on your 5 axis kenematics and of the dimentions off your
machine minimal tolerances will give you big fault in milling result.

Thomas just thinking

1978
Brains Development / Re: Toggle output from input button
« on: March 18, 2015, 04:26:07 PM »
or use the search function,

http://www.machsupport.com/forum/index.php/topic,29441.0.html

1 off 10 or 20

1979
Hi,

it set's the Z-Dro to the value witch is in pierceheight.

Thomas

1980
CS-Lab / Re: CSMIO/IP-S vs DELTA ASDA-B2
« on: March 16, 2015, 03:36:55 AM »
Hello Arman,

your machine is impressive and looks great.

Sorry i do not have any experencie in 5 axis continous milling.

Yust a few ideas. You are talking from waves.

Have you ever tryed to mill a cycle and measured it.
in an 5 axis machine i would also try to mill a ball and measure it.

i have learned in 2.5d if you get a perfrect cycle, your axis movements are ok.

Thomas