Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25

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19 Mar 2017 13:02 #89881 by Simpson36
Simpson36 replied the topic: Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25
I can guarantee that the Rapid Turn will never be used in this application.

Ultimately, I will have to learn the process, but if you can make the bit for me, it would be a great help!

The Tormach side has to be XYZA. The Pinout that I provided reflects this.

Do you require any additional info from me ?
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19 Mar 2017 15:40 #89890 by PCW
PCW replied the topic: Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25
Here is a bitfile and the new pinout source file:

freeby.mesanet.com/tm_76.zip
The following user(s) said Thank You: Simpson36
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19 Mar 2017 20:26 #89901 by Simpson36
Simpson36 replied the topic: Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25
Looks Perfect!

Thank you SO much!
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19 Mar 2017 23:11 #89909 by PCW
PCW replied the topic: Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25
NP, it's pretty easy to make new bitfiles _if_ you are setup to do it.
I basically I just copy-pasted bits of two pinout files(Tormach and 7I76X2)
together, adjusted a few module count numbers and names and re-compiled
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21 Mar 2017 12:54 #90001 by andypugh
andypugh replied the topic: Connecting a single 7i76 to the P2 connector on 5i25

PCW wrote: NP, it's pretty easy to make new bitfiles _if_ you are setup to do it


I got as far as setting up an Amazon AWS instance to do this, but then failed to get round to making the web front-end that I thought was needed to allow people to make their own bitfiles.
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