TCP 5-axis kinematics

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15 Jul 2021 11:56 #214850 by JackRay
Replied by JackRay on topic TCP 5-axis kinematics
Hello ,

if you like, but I'm just an amateur. I mostly follow all the community boards.

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15 Jul 2021 12:04 #214852 by Aciera
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That is the download link for the official linuxcnc ISO.
You can save the file into the Downloads folder and then write it to a USB stick using 'disk image writer' (for a linux machine) then you plug that into the computer you want to install linuxcnc on and boot from the usb stick you can then install linuxcnc 2.8 from the USB stick onto the harddrive.

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15 Jul 2021 12:17 #214857 by tommylight
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Hello ,

Thank you , but what this exactly www.linuxcnc.org/iso/linuxcnc-2.8.2-buster.iso


If the question was "why this exactly", that is the latest build with some bugs removed and some features added in Debian.
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15 Jul 2021 12:26 #214858 by JackRay
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Yes, I understand, but this version does not contain a switchable control?

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15 Jul 2021 12:33 #214859 by JackRay
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You said in the Forum :

The branch can be installed using a 'scratch' deb from the buildbot. See the instructions at
buildbot.linuxcnc.org/
The 'scratch'-debs can be found in the last section of the page sorted by distributions. They are built automatically by the buildbot and are available for a limited amount of time.
i tried with synaptic, but it doesn't work ?? deb buildbot.linuxcnc.org/ $DIST scratch-sim
deb-src buildbot.linuxcnc.org/ $DIST scratch-simdeb buildbot.linuxcnc.org/ $DIST scratch-rt
deb-src buildbot.linuxcnc.org/ $DIST scratch-rt

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15 Jul 2021 12:34 - 15 Jul 2021 12:35 #214860 by Aciera
Replied by Aciera on topic TCP 5-axis kinematics

Yes, I understand, but this version does not contain a switchable control?


No, for that you will need to update the 2.8.2 version it installs to current 2.9pre using the synaptic package manager.
Since this seems to have failed to work for you so far it might make sense to start with a fresh install of 2.8.2
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15 Jul 2021 12:48 #214865 by JackRay
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yes, I got there now I have version 2.9pre under Dabian 10.

I am now looking to install the switchkin branch with buildbot.

I just sent you a post

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15 Jul 2021 13:41 #214871 by REX299
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I am also total new with Linux, just working with Linux for 3 days!
Now I success switch kinematics, now I will find out what I have to do to input axis offset.

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15 Jul 2021 14:27 #214876 by JackRay
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can you tell me how did you install the switchable kinematics?

Synaptic or by rip?

The offsets of the x, y axes must be in the center of your pivot axis, has value to enter your .ini from your original shots.

for the z value, you have to take the entire value of the axis - the height of your pivot center.
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15 Jul 2021 15:25 #214887 by REX299
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I just simple update from v2.8 to master 2.9pre, switch kinematics function already integrated in. I use Synaptic to update.

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