Bash M1## how to use the P word

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17 Sep 2021 22:29 #220957 by my1987toyota
 So you have close to 20 years of experience with programing. Nice.
Now that I know that just about anything is possible with bash and
can be crossed over into M100 - M199 . I have some plans for future
M code .

M100  use a txt. or tbl. file to store the X, Y, and Z locations for
each feeder.

M101 Use the P# to trigger a specified feeder . (done)
Use the Q# to specify if the feeder needs to be advanced multiple times
to accommodate larger parts. (working on that)

M102 Use a txt. or tbl. file to store or reference dispense times for
solder paste and or glue for components.

looks like I have a lot more reading and experimenting to do.
 

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18 Sep 2021 05:14 #220971 by anfänger
No not 20 years. I’ve done it for five or so as a hobby and then done nothing in this area. Much has changed in linux. Many different tools have come but with a bit of research I get along.
It would have been much easier if linuxcnc have opted for PERL guess.
Looks like you want to handle a simple csv datasheet. Have a look at csvkit this might help you
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19 Sep 2021 02:01 #221058 by my1987toyota
Thank you for the clarification anfänger. I will definitely check out csvkit.Vielen Dank für die Klarstellung anfänger . Ich werde auf jeden Fall auschecken csvkit .
Hopefully the translation came out correct.

 

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