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Help configuring EMC2- PIC 16F84A and Wire cutting

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28 Aug 2009 11:18 #750 by Soko
Hi,

I'm new to the forum and Linux, I have a CNC machine and EMC2 I think the best software to control it.

After several tests I am having problems with the drives out, I use a PIC 16F84A and too fast so the motors do not move.

I would also like to know how I configure EMC2 for a wire cutter 4 axes, two X and two Y, all independent.

Greetings and thanks

Traduced by Google translator

Duda configurando EMC2 con arco corte y controladora casera.

Hola amigos,

Soy nuevo en el foro y en Linux, tengo una maquina CNC y EMC2 me parece el mejor software para controlarla.


Tras varias pruebas estoy teniendo problemas con los impulsos de salida, pues uso un PIC 16f84A y son demasiado rapidos por lo que los motores no se mueven.

Tambien me gustaria saber como puedo configurar EMC2 para un cortador de alambre de 4 ejes, dos X y dos Y independientes.

Saludos y gracias

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02 Sep 2009 02:40 #770 by BMG
Welcome to the forum.

If the translation is correct, you are indicating the signals are too fast for the drives? You might try the stepconf wizard for a single axis first and test it first. Once you get one axis running, you can move onto others.

As to configuring EMC, are you trying to control 2 parallel axes? if so, I thingk the correct designations would be X and U, and Y and V. To set up the parallel axes, it best to review the Integrators manual.

I would also recommend checking into the IRC channel. THere are several people usually on that are multilingual that can help get you started.

HTH's

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