Newbie setup Gmocappy setup

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27 Sep 2015 03:58 #63039 by Stonefire
Hi Newbynobi

Thanks for your reply.

Just erase the last 5 lines ?

I'll look into it tomorrow. It is late...

I'll be in touch...

Sincerly
Stonefire

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09 Oct 2015 19:18 #63613 by Stonefire
Hi Newbynobi

Erasing til lines did'nt do the trick...

Any surgestions ?

Sincerly
Stonefire

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09 Oct 2015 20:14 - 09 Oct 2015 20:15 #63620 by newbynobi
It's hard to give you a hand, as you are very spartanic with your Infos.
net probe-in <= parport.0.pin-13-in-not
net probe-in => motion.probe-input

Is in your hal file, does HalShow react if you push the tool sensor by hand?
Is parport.0.pin-13-in-not active when the probe is pushed or inactive?

Have you connected the gmoccapy toolchange hal pin in your postgui hal file, like mentioned in the documentation?
net tool-change            gmoccapy.toolchange-change    <=   iocontrol.0.tool-change 
net tool-changed           gmoccapy.toolchange-changed   <=   iocontrol.0.tool-changed
net tool-prep-number       gmoccapy.toolchange-number    <=   iocontrol.0.tool-prep-number
net tool-prep-loop         iocontrol.0.tool-prepare      <=   iocontrol.0.tool-prepared

Norbert
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09 Oct 2015 22:44 #63627 by cncbasher
i am currently looking at this , so bear with me , you are missing crucial parts from your files , i am in the middle of putting this together as i post this message

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09 Oct 2015 23:11 #63628 by Stonefire
Hi CNCBasher and Newbynobi

Thanks for your replies. Sorry if im not patient or precise enough. Just frustrated not getting further....
I thought all info was attached..

Going on vacation tomorrow, so I'll be back ....

Sincerly
Stonefire...

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09 Oct 2015 23:27 - 10 Oct 2015 01:15 #63629 by cncbasher
ok give me a call soon as your back , and we can walk through it all

try these files , and let me know anything further , thats not clear etc , extract under your configs , and it will create a new config GMC
so seperate from your own , double check values just in case i have missed anything
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19 Oct 2015 21:24 #63943 by Stonefire
Hi CNCBasher
Thanks for your helpness and the attached files.

I've installed your attached files, but am uncertain how to check the change-function.
My g-code from Aspire looks like:

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G21 G40 G49 G61 M6 T1
G17
M7
G0Z12.000
G0X0.000Y0.000S12000M3
G0X14.779Y5.923Z10.000
G0Z3.000
G1Z-0.325F25.0
G1X15.391Y-0.200F36.0
G0Z10.000
G0X14.779Y5.923
...
...


First time run it tell me to change to the wanted tool, but do not measure the toollength on the probe.

Can you help providing a g-code, with 2-3 toolchanges, so I can test the setup you've made?.

Looking forward to hear from you...

Sincerly
Steen
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20 Oct 2015 00:07 #63966 by cncbasher
attached demo , you should have it in your examples
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20 Oct 2015 01:28 #63971 by Stonefire
Hi cncbasher

Thanks.
The result is when the "g30" in line 17 command is executed, it goes to 0,0 and trying to find the probe. Apprently g30 is not containing the coordinates on the probe that I've written in the setup.
I thought that Linuxcnc - in the change.ncg-file did the toollength-mesureing-job whenever a new tool (T# m#-command). Do I have to implement this subroutines in my g-codes generated in Aspire every time ?

Another thing. The units are changed to inch - I use mm. Tried to find the line ind the setup-files, but without any luck...

Sincerly
Steen

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21 Oct 2015 03:53 #64018 by newbynobi
Please look at the sim gmoccapy tool sensor ini
There the remap is realized.

Just load the test file gmoccapy.... from the example folder and simulate probe contact by pushing the button.

You will get an idea how thinks work.

Norbert

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