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run from here again
« on: February 23, 2010, 08:28:51 PM »
Hi all,

again, I have to run in the middle of the file. I put in the correct mach# and hit enter. It goes to that ;line. 476473, when I hit run from here, a window pops up and says premove. I hit ok and it goes to line 372661. What gives? Where did that line # come from? What gives?

thanks,
Re: run from here again
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2010, 10:14:38 PM »
Did you hit Enter after (manually?) entering the line number?

Works here.

Regards,
John Champlain

Sorry, just noticed that you did.
Re: run from here again
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2010, 10:46:55 PM »
That is weird. Seems random. Can make it happen here by stopping running code with the RESET, then RESET , select a line and do a RUN FROM HERE. Seem to revert back to the last entry made, or there about.
But then after the prep move with the goofy # displayed, hit Cycle Start again and it immediately jumps to the proper line and commences. Does yours do this ?

Might just be a display glitch.

Bob, when you do a RFH with a file that big, how long does it take Mach to scroll through to your selected line midway of the code ? Would take a week here lol.
Do you use the Set Next Line function ? Just make sure you are in a good prep position and your modals/tools are set right. Might save some time ... and hassle.
Russ
Re: run from here again
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2010, 11:09:27 PM »
It doesn't get to the line number. It stops about 100000 or so before.

I don't get it unless it is a bug. Can you download it and see if it happens to you? line Mach# 467423. The tool change M6 T2.

http://www.rbevins.com/CNC/Telecaster_NC_Fretboard_Main.ncIt doesn't take long on my computer.

For the toopaths that I need to do this with, I guess I will run EMC for it. Thats an option.
Re: run from here again
« Reply #4 on: February 23, 2010, 11:19:21 PM »
CHEESE and RICE ! ! I'm on dial up.
I'll have to check in a little later.
lol
Re: run from here again
« Reply #5 on: February 23, 2010, 11:21:05 PM »
Dial-up? They still make modems?
Re: run from here again
« Reply #6 on: February 23, 2010, 11:56:00 PM »
Bob,
  If I try a RFH to 467423 it scrolls to about 350000 and goes into EStop.

Try this, Enter 467423, hit SET NEXT LINE and see if it goes to that # in the code window. Does here.
I think it will ask for a prep move but it wont scroll through the code to look for the modals and stuff. Make sure they are right and the right tool is in there.
Hit Start and it should take off right there and run.

Strange...sometimes I get the prep box and sometimes not with SNL.
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Re: run from here again
« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2010, 12:01:51 AM »
Bob,
  If I try a RFH to 467423 it scrolls to about 350000 and goes into EStop.

Try this, Enter 467423, hit SET NEXT LINE and see if it goes to that # in the code window. Does here.
I think it will ask for a prep move but it wont scroll through the code to look for the modals and stuff. Make sure they are right and the right tool is in there.
Hit Start and it should take off right there and run.

Strange...sometimes I get the prep box and sometimes not with SNL.
Bob,
  If I try a RFH to 467423 it scrolls to about 350000 and goes into EStop.

Try this, Enter 467423, hit SET NEXT LINE and see if it goes to that # in the code window. Does here.
I think it will ask for a prep move but it wont scroll through the code to look for the modals and stuff. Make sure they are right and the right tool is in there.
Hit Start and it should take off right there and run.

Strange...sometimes I get the prep box and sometimes not with SNL.

Goes into e-stop if I put 467423 in the LINE textbox and hit set next line it goes into estop.
Re: run from here again
« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2010, 12:06:31 AM »
SNL works perfect here.........every time.
Any line you want.
If you can, restart Mach and try again.

btw.....what is all of the gazillion little X moves with no other axis moving ?
Just curious, never saw code like that before.
But, I haven't seen a lot.
Russ
Re: run from here again
« Reply #9 on: February 24, 2010, 12:10:24 AM »
SNL works perfect here.........every time.
Any line you want.
If you can, restart Mach and try again.

btw.....what is all of the gazillion little X moves with no other axis moving ?
Just curious, never saw code like that before.
But, I haven't seen a lot.
Russ

That is the best way I can get a really good finish on the radius of a tele fretboard.Its kind of odd but the finish is amazing. don't have any sanding to do...:-) Well maybe light sanding just to get the polished finish.