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tommylight wrote: If i understod that correctly, you have the pin names wrong
"X.newpin" is "outx" while further down it keeps reffering to "xou".
no, it isn't wrong - its obsolete...
the naming of the new defined pins outx, inx,outz... is for future use.
the work-var for the x-position is xou. it gets the position from hat.stat
and compares it with its last value. if it differs, the movement of x-axis should
be stopped until the correction of y-axis is done.
and here are the problems:
how to stop movement of X in mdi-mode? (JOG_xxx does not work in mdi-mode)
and how to continue it, if the corrected Y-position is reached?
and how to update the positiondisplay of Y? (I think, that can be done by mdi-G-command)
maybe, the whole job can be done by inserted G-code at runtime?
is it possible, to pause a running G-Command, insert a new G-command (move offset of Y-axis)
and continue with the paused command?
could this be done by a python-job?
maybe, these questions are better asked in another category of this forum.... ?
it does not sound very deutsch here any more
While reading your post i was thinking the same thing about starting a new thread. There are forum members that are much more experienced in this than i am, So please do start a new thread,
andypugh wrote: I don't think I have ever seen a file that creates more than one component in the same file before.
I don't even know if that is legal.
it's not illegal - not even a problem - I've done this more then one times.
The linked axes are running fine now - next step is to put it all on a nativ raspberry 2.
I only added a ls7404 for ttl-level-shifting. (the chinese ta6560-boards are using a very
strange kind of "opto-isolation")