Interupt Handler

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23 Sep 2010 08:01 - 23 Sep 2010 09:25 #4292 by eddycnc
Interupt Handler was created by eddycnc
Hi,
Someone can help me?
i've a question about the use of interrupt on linux cnc...
I'm trying the PMDX board, i've a profile to follow, and sometime if the board see a input the system must stop and go to change the tool..
How can i do that..?
How work manual tool change... can an input activate the request for manual tool change, go in a special position to change the tool anch then restart the
process from the last position...
Last edit: 23 Sep 2010 09:25 by eddycnc.

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23 Sep 2010 11:12 #4294 by BigJohnT
Replied by BigJohnT on topic Re:Interupt Handler
Take a look at M6 in the g-code manual.

John

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23 Sep 2010 11:38 #4295 by eddycnc
Replied by eddycnc on topic Re:Interupt Handler
Thanks BigJhonT,

But i need to move until i've seen one sensor and then change the tool...
so i need to freeze the movement change the tool and restart in the last position..
i think M6 doesn't make it

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23 Sep 2010 12:18 #4297 by BigJohnT
Replied by BigJohnT on topic Re:Interupt Handler
No, M6 would not do all of that. I don't know what your trying to do actually. Can you explain a bit more or give an example? If it is normal moves then g code will do all of that.

John

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23 Sep 2010 13:48 #4298 by eddycnc
Replied by eddycnc on topic Re:Interupt Handler
Hi BigJhonT,

I'm glueing a profile on X,Y axis....
I'm using Z axis to dose the glue... but when i've finished the glue in the tank i must stop the movement, remember the position where are the machine, go in change tank position, change the tank and restar going in the last glueing position.
I've provide a sensor to detect when the tank is finihed but i don't know how to perform this process....

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