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11 Sep 2017 19:17 #98850 by eFalegname
eFalegname replied the topic: NativeCAM is Features renamed

tecno wrote: Video not working, private??

Hi tecno, video is working now.
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11 Sep 2017 20:16 #98851 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: NativeCAM is Features renamed

eFalegname wrote: ..I want to face the part along the x and then along the y axis in both cases bidirectional, but right now that's not possible.

What if you Duplicate 'Facing' subroutine and set params for the second axis and depth of cut ?

Setting Z to 0 is not usefull if the probe is mounted in a drill chuck
I think that it would be useful to put a field for the Z axis value overwritting (maybe an offset).

Ok

it will probe the Z position first then X and Y and finally move above the place you selected to end and set X and Y to 0
I thought about this too, however a macro only for autozero Z would be really useful.

Ok

...remember please that the block skip safety feature "/" doesn't work as expected.

Please post ncam.ngc so I can try and are you using axis or gmoccapy ?


Regards
Fern
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11 Sep 2017 21:47 #98854 by eFalegname
eFalegname replied the topic: NativeCAM is Features renamed

What if you Duplicate 'Facing' subroutine and set params for the second axis and depth of cut ?

I tried this way too in the posted video (AXIS GUI) and it's not possible to make work another "bidirectional" facing operation along the second axis.
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Floris
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11 Sep 2017 22:08 #98855 by FernV
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eFalegname wrote: ...it's not possible to make work another "bidirectional" facing operation along the second axis.


I will try to correct this tonight

Fern
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12 Sep 2017 19:47 #98896 by proess
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Nativecam newbie question
I installed Nativecam 2.8 mill-mm with linuxcnc 2.7.11.
Simulation mode works very fine. Nativecam is a great piece of software!
I 've a little stepper driven milling machine and I tried to config a custom hal (parport address, pin numbers for step and dir, pin numbers for limit switches ...) with stepconfig wizard as I 've done for the earlier linuxcnc version without nativecam. But this failed. Transferring the old custom hal file to a newer one is not easy for a newbie as the file structures have slightly changed.
Is there a possibility to use stepconfig wizard for Nativecam 2.8 mill-mm with linuxcnc 2.7.11 ?
Peter
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12 Sep 2017 20:41 #98897 by chrisfairbrother
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Hi, I am sure Nick had a tapered hole feature in his features. There is a config file in the NativeCAM/cfg/mill called taper-hole.cfg. Has this not been implemented into the main menu yet? Using NativeCAM 0.1.7
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13 Sep 2017 00:29 #98904 by FernV
FernV replied the topic: NativeCAM is Features renamed

chrisfairbrother wrote: Hi, I am sure Nick had a tapered hole feature in his features. There is a config file in the NativeCAM/cfg/mill called taper-hole.cfg. Has this not been implemented into the main menu yet?

taper.ngc has not been updated for a year and will not work with other sub-routines at this time. Though I used it myself months ago, I had to select sub-routines I thought more usefull when working to make it deb based.
It is on my todo list for later.

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Fern
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13 Sep 2017 00:38 #98905 by FernV
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proess wrote: ...Is there a possibility to use stepconfig wizard for Nativecam 2.8 mill-mm with linuxcnc 2.7.11 ?


Hi Peter,

I am sorry I can not help you with stepconfig wizard.
Work on your setup and make sure everything is OK without NativeCAM. It is easy to add after.

Regards
Fern
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13 Sep 2017 09:05 #98916 by proess
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Hi all
thanks for the quick reply. I will do as suggested.
Peter
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14 Sep 2017 18:46 #98961 by ericson
ericson replied the topic: NativeCAM is Features renamed
hi Fern, will nativecam work with gscreen in the future?
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