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"Solution too complex in Advanced Comp" message
« on: October 13, 2006, 10:20:48 PM »
I am running a very basic macro program to cut rectangular shapes and I'm getting this message in the status bar "Solution too complex in Advanced Comp" what does this mean?  The machine does not stop but it shows up in the status bar.  The funny thing is that when I run the program without turning on my Hitachi variable router spindle I don't get this message in the status bar while running the program.  When the Hitachi router is on I also get "Limit Switch Triggered" in different spots along the program not sure why this is happening only when I turn on the spindle, could it be vibration or some kind of interference or maybe a grounding issue.  Any help would be appreciated.

O0001
;RECTANGLE_CUT_MACRO
G17 G90 G40 G80 G49 G69 G20 G50
G52 X0. Y0.
#1=9.55(LENGTH X-AXIS)
#2=8.8(WIDTH Y-AXIS)
#3=-.125(DEPTH Z-AXIS)
#4=1.(CORNER RADIUS)
#5=0.(ORIGIN X-AXIS SHIFT)
#6=0.(ORIGIN Y-AXIS SHIFT)
#7=0.(ANGLE OF ROTATION)
#8=1.(SCALE OF PROGRAM)
T1
M0
(G51 X#8 Y#8)
(G68 X-1. Y[#2/2+.5] R#7)
G0 Z2.
G52 X#5 Y#6
G0 G90 G54 X-1. Y[#2/2+.5]
Z1.5 F25.
G1 Z#3
G1 G42 D1 X-.5
G2 X0. Y[#2/2] R.5
G1 Y#4
G3 X#4 Y0. R#4
G1 X[#1-#4]
G3 X#1 Y#4 R#4
G1 Y[#2-#4]
G3 Y#2 X[#1-#4] R#4
G1 X#4
G3 X0. Y[#2-#4] R#4
G1 Y[#2/2]
G2 X-.5 Y[#2/2-.5] R.5
G1 G40 X-1.
(G4 P5.)
G0 Z3.
X0. Y#2
G50
G52 X0. Y0.
G69
M30


Thanks,

Hood

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Re: "Solution too complex in Advanced Comp" message
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2006, 02:12:24 AM »
Sounds like you have electrical interference (noise). Make sure you are using shielded cable on the limits and that you have the shielding to ground at one end only (the control end is best I think)

Hood
Re: "Solution too complex in Advanced Comp" message
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2006, 04:20:45 PM »
That is niose :( do you have an external Feedhold button?
Fixing problems one post at a time ;)

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