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1991
Share Your GCode / Re: Probe Script
« on: May 21, 2015, 06:45:28 AM »
i'm trying to change the feed at the top.
like ;
Feed = 6
then ;
Code "g31 F[Feed] X"&PosMove

that way i can change the feed in one area. is this possible ?

or even have two feeds
Feed1 = 6
Feed2 = 10

Feed1 = 6
Feed2 = 10

Code "G31 F" & Feed1 & " X" & PosMove

Code "G31 F" & Feed2 & " Y" & PosMove


1992
Brains Development / Re: Brain based home switching
« on: May 19, 2015, 04:06:10 PM »
Hi SSPW,

ok i have read Your pots twice.
maybe, depending  on my bad bavrian english, i have no real idea
what you are realy trying to do.

Thomas

1993
i am able to select your driver in my software.
i have put the software in my dropbox.
you should get a email.

Thomas

1994
Hi,
But I'm afraid I must reprogramm the drive to work on -/+10V mode (configured and calibrate) , it is some kind of software Program (named winbass-from OSAI/Baumuller,I guess in fact the drives are manufactured from Baumuller but Osai just name the drives with their name)...

yes controller has to be reconfigured, but you have the others witch are running in the right mode.
had a look on my old laptop, because i have worked with Baumüller drives about 10-15 years ago.
i have a version of winbass installed, an still a install file for this software.
if you give me a serialnumber/type of the controller i can check with Baumüller weather this is the
right version to configure this drive.

Thomas

1995
VB and the development of wizards / Re: Z probe macro with offset
« on: May 18, 2015, 05:03:10 PM »
That is what i try to say in may bad bavarian english,

---With tool setting all values HAVE to be referenced to Something


all the height's are not based to the matierial, they are based to
one paticulare heigt (master tool, ore what ever you want to call it).

so you do not only have to measaure the material, also you have
tho measure your tool hights based to this macic height.

1996
VB and the development of wizards / Re: Z probe macro with offset
« on: May 18, 2015, 04:47:01 PM »
OK,

again try to "play" a little bit with
G43 H??

G43H0 is your master, an then you will understand this
tool hight thing.

Thomas

1997
OK,
i think your B/C axis can work as a "normal" CSMIO-A axis,
so the only little problem witch is left, is to get this C/B axis
controler (Witch is now in a positionig via RS232/mode ore someting like this),
into a -/+10V mode.

Thomas

1998
VB and the development of wizards / Re: Z probe macro with offset
« on: May 18, 2015, 04:22:49 PM »
Hi AVRnj,

not realy sure what you are trying to do.
in Your macro you are setting the z-axis zero to something (plate height, i asume).

tool hieght is set by g43 H??,

so i am not sure what you want to to,
set the z-axis height,
or set set the tool height ??

Thomas






1999
Hi,

tested on my -M machine.
exactly like Hood described.

Thomas

2000
CS-Lab / Re: CSMIO IP-M very slow input
« on: May 18, 2015, 10:13:58 AM »
Hi Benny,

any new info ?

Thomas