Out of bounds

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20 May 2011 18:40 #9952 by beermkr
beermkr created the topic: Out of bounds
I have an issue lately with a measurement showing out of bounds when the limits are outside of the measurement. In other words my z axis can go from -0.5 to 3.2 and the part is at 0.05 but it shows a limit violation.

Any help?
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20 May 2011 20:16 #9954 by BigJohnT
BigJohnT replied the topic: Re:Out of bounds
You could have an offset that makes you go out of bounds or you might want to tweak your soft limits. I had to make my Z limits a bit bigger on my lathe to quit getting that error when trying to run some programs.

John
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20 May 2011 22:41 #9957 by beermkr
beermkr replied the topic: Re:Out of bounds
That is what I ended up doing. It was strange because my z limit was -.25 inches and it showed a red box for 0.05. I changed it to -.5 and it works fine. Weird!

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20 May 2011 22:52 #9958 by BigJohnT
BigJohnT replied the topic: Re:Out of bounds
Cool, can I take it by your moniker that you make beer?

My website is gnipsel.com some beer making and wine making there too.

John
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20 May 2011 23:59 #9960 by beermkr
beermkr replied the topic: Re:Out of bounds
Nice site. I used to homebrew and owned a homebrew shop in Norfolk, VA called HomeBrewUSA. We sold it a few years ago and no I don't do much homebrewing. Instead this is what I get to do: www.therivercompanybrewery.com

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21 May 2011 12:05 #9966 by BigJohnT
BigJohnT replied the topic: Re:Out of bounds
Cool place... I've been to Radford a number times when I worked for the nail factory. Nice area to visit.

John
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