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Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue"
« Reply #90 on: November 03, 2006, 10:57:13 AM »
Hi Art,
It happens to me only when I click the Conversational button.
I tested it last night and it occurs on the Mach Silver Blue screen too.

My current workaround is to use the Drop Down "Wizards" and then
select the Newfangled Solutions Handy Wizards from there. It works fine that way.
 :)
nikl

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Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue"
« Reply #91 on: November 03, 2006, 11:24:32 AM »
Hi Guys:
  Found and fixed for next release.

Thanks for the bug,
Art
Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue"
« Reply #92 on: November 03, 2006, 11:51:16 AM »
Art,
"you-da-man"!
Thanks, we all appreciate your effort!
nikl ;D
Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue"
« Reply #93 on: November 06, 2006, 11:53:26 AM »
Great service again.

Thanks Art.
Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue" Toolpath display
« Reply #94 on: November 19, 2006, 06:17:28 PM »
Hi all,
I noticed the toolpath display does not reset when I double-click on it.
This only occurs in the Toolpath Screen, not the Program run screen.
It resets fine on the Program Run screen.
This happens in the Mach Blue and the Mach Steel Blue screen sets.
I am running release 1.84.
Thanks!
Nik
Re: An unfinished screen set - "Mach Blue"
« Reply #95 on: May 06, 2008, 09:09:45 AM »
Comment from a relative newbie.  I  had problems getting the axis centering upgrade installed.  Turned out to be loose nut on the keyboard.  Here are my suggestions.  1.  Setup an installer for full axis zero feature install.  2. Add a button that will do X, Y and Z. Include documentation so script can be modified for the diameter of the hole in probe plate.  Really an fantastic job!  This has opened a lot of possibilities for me now that I can do accurate tool change during a run.  I am working with a AutoCAD and intro CNC instructor at the local high school on a lawn chair he wants to build.  He has no idea about the real world.  So far he has 12 unique parts with 6 that need to be milled on both sides and 4 require a tool change. So far about 15 hours of machine time required.  I think it would be almost impossible without your tool change feature.  I figure that he will have to sell them for about $1500 USD to make a decent wage!  I am writing off this project from hell as a great learning experience.  Thanks for all your work on this project.