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Nobody? This is a pretty serious defect, and I'm at a stand still.

** Edit ** Ok, I'm really getting frustrated. What's a paying customer gotta do to get a bug looked at?

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Code wanders off?
« on: March 29, 2008, 11:46:18 AM »
Thanks for the replies. - Is this the right place for "official" support questions?
Here's my issue detail with code and pictures: http://www.machsupport.com/forum/index.php/topic,6380.0.html

Its really odd though that it only goofs up sometimes, and never in the same spot. I'm really gun shy now though because I have broken two tools - even though my hand is on the stop, I never know where its going to happen. Some additional info that should make troubleshooting easier:

I downloaded the latest version of mach3, and installed totally default - no mods of any kind on two different computers (one Mac, one PC, both on Windows XP SP2 with all current updates)
I also re-did the part in my cam software and still get the same result
The part shows correctly in the display, and as the pictures show in the link above, also shows where it wanders off in two of the cases.
Running just the software (i.e. not running my actual machine), it seems to fail about 30% of the time, but I haven't run it a ton of times.
I run the code from the local hard drive. The computer is not network attached, and has a clean install on it, so very little virus potential.

Any help will be greatly appreciated as I'm dead in the water and can't make parts :(

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Rats! I posted the wrong code.. thanks for posting that. The other one (I'll put the right code in) runs fine sometimes too, but as you can see from the screen shots, randomly wanders off some of the time.

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see title and previous post

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General Mach Discussion / Re: Code wanders off?
« on: March 27, 2008, 08:59:54 PM »
I posted my code and pictures here:
http://www.machsupport.com/forum/index.php/topic,6380.0.html

I wish there weren't so many dang forums.. I feel like I have to chase everywhere.

I'm on the latest version, and get this on multiple computers. This is a show stopper for me, and I've crashed tools twice now as I'm working close to my fixtures.

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Sorry, posted wrong code at first - this one should be the right one.

I'm totally stumped and tired of breaking tooling. Anybody willing to take a look?
> Odd thing is, sometimes it works, some times it doesn't.
> Other similar parts work just fine.
> Tried to recode this one, and still a problem.
> Mach shows the correct path, but wanders off it - this is both in the software and hardware.
> I have no spindle control, mist control or on off relays. Its just xyz control.
> In both images, the green line is where it wanders off - not always the same places. It does this on two different PC's, wether I'm just running the software simulation or actually cutting parts.

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General Mach Discussion / Code wanders off?
« on: March 25, 2008, 11:29:38 PM »
Hi all, sorry if this is a repost somewhere...

I'm using the latest release of Mach 3, and on one part, it sometimes just wanders off. Its a simple 2d part consisting of mostly straight lines and simple 1/2 circles. Some times, but only sometimes! it just wanders off in the middle of the part like it lost 1/2 of a line segment. The weird thing is that it does it both on the Mach tool path simulation and the real part, but doesn't do it every time. Any ideas? Kinda scary for me! (broken tools to attest). I took screen shots if it helps.



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LazyCam (Beta) / Re: cut direction cant be changed
« on: January 06, 2008, 12:26:27 AM »
Hmmm... I'll go try again in the morn and take some screen shots. I can select it, but it doesn't do it. Your screens show a bit different than mine I think. Anyway, thanks for the tips, and I'll check again tomorrow. I downloaded a bunch of demos of other stuff, and was able to do it with Desknc? - can't remember atm lol.

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LazyCam (Beta) / cut direction cant be changed
« on: January 05, 2008, 08:34:07 PM »
I have a license to Mach3, but not lazycam (at least until I can be sure it works). I may just not be smart enough to use it, but tooling offsets don't do a thing, and no matter what I click or how, it only cuts counter clockwise. Before I spend my hard earned money, I'd like to at least see it work once. Any ideas? I see both the settings and cut direction under the "Offsets" tab, but they don't do anything.

Thanks, and apologies in advance if somebody already explained this (Chip?)

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LazyCam (Beta) / Re: How do I order chains?
« on: January 05, 2008, 11:35:32 AM »
Hi, Spinnetti

Looked at your dxf and LC PRO, There doesn't seem to be a way to move Entity at this time.

This is what I did, Edited each half on a different layer in Cad, Then saved them by turning one layer off at a time, Saved them to left and right.

Load one at a time and saved as LCAM files, Hear thy are.

LC just isn't up to doing much at this time  >:(

Thanks, Chip


Thanks for your help...

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