configuring linuxcnc

04 Feb 2019 12:01 #125651 by c123
configuring linuxcnc was created by c123
Hi There.
I'm new to this Forum and not sure if anyone can read this post.
I am setting up a 3 Axis Milling Machine with DC Servo System and analog velocity Command.
After installing Mesa Cards 5i25 and 7i77 and configuring them with pncconf wizard i can home the Machine, drive
her in manual and mdi but only up to 1500 mm/min.
The timescale is correct and in open loop with pncconf she drives easily 15000 mm/min. I'll attach the hal and ini file

My next Problem is to create custom M Functions. is there any detailed Manual available?

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File Name: shinx_Linu...hine.hal
File Size:11 KB

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File Name: shinx_Linu...hine.ini
File Size:4 KB
04 Feb 2019 16:49 #125668 by tommylight
Replied by tommylight on topic configuring linuxcnc
I think i already replied to this, but here it goes again:
There are multiple ( i think 2 ) places in the ini file for each axis where the max_velocity has to be the same. That should be done for each axis under AXIS max_velocity and JOINT max_velocity.
Also in the display section should be another entry for max_velocity.
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04 Feb 2019 22:13 #125695 by Mike_Eitel
Replied by Mike_Eitel on topic configuring linuxcnc
In sector [Display]
you have only 25.000 mm/sec as max velocity = your 1.5m/min.
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05 Feb 2019 14:21 #125732 by c123
Replied by c123 on topic configuring linuxcnc
sorry for replying so late but i had no access to the machine earlier.
thanks, that did the trick. it was only the setting in display that i had to change.
have you any idea about the custom m functions?
i want to use from m100 onwards, turn an output on and turn it off with a different m.
i have a rough idea but don't know where to place the bash files and how to address the card and output. a well explained manual for that would be helpful for learning. thanks, bernd
13 Feb 2019 17:06 #126356 by andypugh
Replied by andypugh on topic configuring linuxcnc
I put the M-files in the main config directory, with the INI. I think that they count as part of the config.
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