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15 Nov 2015 20:08 - 16 Nov 2015 10:38 #65297 by cncbasher
yea i get the same , iv'e sorted most of the typo errors ..
perhaps norbert has a thought on that one

anyhow i'm looking LOL

also due to some of the limits being inverted does not help . could i suggest you take care in changing the values back ,
and check that when moving the axis the dro's count up etc , and if need be , alter the stepper motor wiring to change direction .
this will help enormously . in solving a few outstanding bugs

mail me off list and we can work through them , and have them correct
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16 Nov 2015 10:58 #65316 by Stonefire
Hi CNCBasher

Not quite certain that I understand you right. Should I change back to the old ini from saturday ? or further back....

Sincerly
Steen

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16 Nov 2015 11:05 #65317 by cncbasher
no
it appears you have had to change the ini to change directions
and when you move the z to go left for example although the axis may move left the dro's count in the opposite direction

email me direct if you still have my email .
also i may have found a bug re: the last error , so dont worry , working on it

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17 Nov 2015 09:23 #65361 by newbynobi
Hallo,

I just tested with linuxcnc 2.7.2 and gmoccapy 1.5.5.2 using the sim gmoccapy_tool_sensor and did not find an error, I am not able to reproduce your fault.

May be you use an older version? There has been a typo some time ago in change.ngc
check line 19, should be

G53 G0 Z[#<_ini[CHANGE_POSITION]Z>]

Norbert

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17 Nov 2015 10:42 #65365 by Stonefire
Hi Newbynobi

I'm using 2.6...

Sincerly
Steen

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