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DarwinHz Parallel Port plugin Darwin Buffer Error
« on: July 20, 2016, 06:29:56 PM »
Mach4 + Parallel Port...
Licenses are OK.

Testing Works, all moves, configured as good as possible,

when i load a G-Code made in MillWizard v2, i get an error in Mach4: Darwin Buffer Error.

reading the InstallInstructions.txt
Install instructions for Darwin Printer Port driver testing. This is a dual axis test release.

1)    Open the DarwinDriver folder, run the DarwinTest.exe , this will test the driver. If it fails to load you
      need to load the drivcer manually from this folder as in Mach3 with the old driver.
2)    Copy mcDarwin.m4pw to the plugins folder and copy DarwinDLL.dll to the Mach4 program folder. Also copy
      mcDarwin.sig to the plugins folder. If you ran the Mach4 install for this plugin, you may skip this step,
      it is only necessary if installed from a zip file of binaries.
3)    Watch config video.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6SU5JVTpik and config both Darwin and Mach4
4)    There is a file called DarwinHz which should now appear in the Wizard folder. This was generously provided
      by YaNvrNo to aid in setting up motor steps/unit vs max velocities.
      Run it from the wizards in order to check your velocity settings. Incorrect settings will trigger an error "Darwin Buffer Error".

 NOTE:  In this version Darwin has been limited to 4 motors.
 Please report your experiences good or bad in the forum.

Question is: ¿where is the DarwinHz file, or what is it?
is G-Code?
¿can be made in MillWizard?

Strange because testing, all works,
but loading G-code not.
« Last Edit: July 20, 2016, 06:37:13 PM by Mach4parallelwizard »

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Re: DarwinHz Parallel Port plugin Darwin Buffer Error
« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2016, 08:00:29 AM »
Hi :

 DarwinHx is a Lua script that checks your steps/unit and max speed dont violate your kernal speed. Your error is showing that a
rapid may be too fast. The script file is included here, ...