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Offline stn2008

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How to download the sequence of code into SD RAM
« on: January 14, 2008, 06:54:35 PM »
[How to download the sequence of code into SD RAM]

Suppose, we have the sequence of the code how the motors should run.
How to download it into the SD RAM?
Any example?

thanks

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Re: How to download the sequence of code into SD RAM
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2008, 08:49:30 AM »
Because it is the question in this page, I suppose it to use "2031 ncPod Firmware Installer (Version) for Mach3 or Basic Control Panel".
Did you do movement by "the G code" or the data transmission of a message from "Mach3?"

I was inappropriate, but did confirm it in movement with "only ncPod Basic Control Panel 1.0.0.0" to discuss it here?

It is assumed that you have already used next.
incPod USB Driver(Only needs to be installed once)j

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Re: How to download the sequence of code into SD RAM
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2008, 02:23:36 AM »
hi Apollo,

thanks a lot for your help.
I am just a beginner of ncPod programmer here. I dont even have Mach3 machine.
Hence, i just play with the controller only which is ncPod here.
Which at later stage, i will combine with any servo driver.

Currently, i use basic control panel 1.0.0.0 as downloaded from ncPod website.
However, my ultimate goal is to store basic sequence in G code or any other format in SD RAM in order not to be dependent
on PC itself.

thanks a lot




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Re: How to download the sequence of code into SD RAM
« Reply #3 on: January 25, 2008, 05:32:33 AM »
Hi,

If you're not using Mach (which I don't think supports the SD card yet), then you're going to have to access the other features by programming in VB or c#

Download Visual Studio 2008 Express which is free, and have a look at the solutions in the ncPod SDK.
c# is the core code for accessing the NCPod and Visual Basic shows you how to connect to the .net assemblies Carl has created in c# (for example, the basic application you are trying)

Hope this helps