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01 Feb 2022 12:44 #233708 by Masiwood123
   

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Here is my configuration, all currently installed outputs work great with 7i66. Thanks a lot Tommyligt and PCW! I would like an expert to remap these drill outputs by switching the m62-65 commands to a simple M6 toolchange where T1 would be drill 1 etc..routine where each output would work for 10 seconds at the call of the M6 ​​Txx from gcode and then off after the movement is complete or before activating the next M6 Txx commands. Note that tool offset testing and the offset tool is not necessary at all because the drills are always the same height, and orgin does not matter, at all I would insert the M6 ​​Txx in gcode. I would like to pay if this is feasible. Thanks
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02 Feb 2022 14:56 #233801 by bevins
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You would need to use the x and y offsets in the tool table.

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02 Feb 2022 15:11 #233803 by Masiwood123
Ok thank you.
I imagined doing a toolpath in swood for solidworks, which has an aggregate as a tool, something similar to the physical one on the machine..where it can define the spacing of drills, and would use home orgin for coordinate start. I have a problem because I don't know how to convert output (example m64 p1-M65 p1)with some simply routine to mcode toolchange M6 T1.

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02 Feb 2022 15:17 #233804 by bevins
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Ok thank you.
I imagined doing a toolpath in swood for solidworks, which has an aggregate as a tool, something similar to the physical one on the machine..where it can define the spacing of drills, and would use home orgin for coordinate start. I have a problem because I don't know how to convert output (example m64 p1-M65 p1)with some simply routine to mcode toolchange M6 T1.

You would remap M6 and use selected tool to select the output to fire. So if you get M6T2, then in the remap energize that digital output accociated with drill 2.
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02 Feb 2022 15:24 #233806 by Masiwood123
Exactly that, except that my current knowledge is what I reached with all your help, I mean running axis, homing, throwing outs in the hal. About M6 remap, although I read the tutorial a couple of times, nothing is clear to me, because I have no knowledge from programming :) very poor

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02 Feb 2022 15:38 #233808 by Masiwood123
Can you give me some simpler example for say output 2 that would do (M64 P2 dwell 5sec than m65 P2) or the same with M62-63 ... and M6 T2 to fire that?

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03 Feb 2022 12:54 #233872 by bevins
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Can you give me some simpler example for say output 2 that would do (M64 P2 dwell 5sec than m65 P2) or the same with M62-63 ... and M6 T2 to fire that?

You can remap Mcodes and put those commands in there and just call the mcode in the remap.
But I suspect the issue is in the remmapping. Look at the examples in the sim with remapping and get familiar with them.

 
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04 Feb 2022 01:00 #233935 by Masiwood123
From my perspective, everything looks like a maze to me, it can be this way and it can be that way..but looking at a couple of examples that mostly refer to the carousel (not my case) it is a little clearer to me so I am in the role of target and observer :) .. in search no I can find a configuration similar to mine, certainly any advice is welcome, thank you very much for your help

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06 Feb 2022 17:26 #234127 by Masiwood123
Tom i am looking at your file to understand how to do my remap..

What should be ``P``  pocket or pin ?  
what is ``D`` and what is  
what about numbers 20117..etc

what i s G4 P2...after M64 in toolchange.ngc routine?
Thank you
 
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06 Feb 2022 17:31 #234130 by ehb
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Hello Masiwood,

I haven't looked at the tool tables of LinuxCNC yet, but from the documentation  P means pocket and D means diameter.
However I can for sure tell that G4 P2 is the g-code command for a 2 second pause.
 
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