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01 Sep 2016 13:43 - 02 Sep 2016 01:54 #79834 by dinkata
Excuse me if the question is stupid ,
is it possible in tool table to introduce field correction tool wear .
or to make a separate table for wear ? For example PathPilot :



G43 Tool offset G43.2 Tool wear ??
P.S. Only for Lathe
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02 Sep 2016 04:42 #79890 by dinkata
:woohoo: I update gmoccapy and I was pleasantly surprised



there instruction for lathe ?
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02 Sep 2016 08:25 - 02 Sep 2016 14:21 #79893 by dinkata
Looking for answer alone , I noticed that the need to wear numbers above 99999 .
Then included in the table







Is this correct ????
Т6 М6 G43 H6
G43.2 H 100004
better
Т6 М6
and automat
G43 H6
G43.2 H 100004
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02 Sep 2016 18:23 #79922 by cmorley
The tool editor widget you see there is made to display wear offsets according to Fanuc standards.
a tool number >= 10000 is a wear offset.

But to use wear offsets requires you to use remap code to redirect tool changes to add wear offsets properly.
There is a sample config that uses shows one way to remap this way.
look for sim/axis/lathe_fanucy

According to the readme
T0101 would load tool 1, load tool offsets for tool 1 and add wear offsets of tool 10001
T0201 would load tool 1, load tool offset for tool 1 and add waer offset for tool 10002
Which I believe is backwards from most Fanuc but can be changed.
you also don't need to add m6 or G43/g43.2 commands

Chris M

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02 Sep 2016 18:30 #79923 by cmorley
Thinking about it, I guess you don't actually need to use remap.

T1 m6 g43 h1
g43.2 h10001

would be the same as T0101 (tool one, wear offset one)
Chris M
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03 Sep 2016 06:40 #79957 by dinkata

Thinking about it, I guess you don't actually need to use remap.

T1 m6 g43 h1
g43.2 h10001

would be the same as T0101 (tool one, wear offset one)
Chris M

I hope to be so . :) Because now it is not so
When expected to start this version ?

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03 Sep 2016 06:57 #79958 by cmorley
I'm not sure what you mean.

What doesn't work?

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03 Sep 2016 08:30 - 03 Sep 2016 08:34 #79959 by dinkata

I'm not sure what you mean.

What doesn't work?




Command T2 M6 --- OK
Command T0101 ---Error
Version 2.8 .0-pre1 , maybe not yet implemented tool wear ?
or I have to complement hal ??
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03 Sep 2016 09:20 - 03 Sep 2016 09:40 #79963 by newbynobi
I have not even noted, that this widget has been changed to display also wear offsets!

The documentation is here

It says, that remapping is required.
I think I should include a INI entry to hide that part, otherwise most users will be disturbed by unneeded tabs and entries.

I just pushed 2.1.4 hidding that additional tabs as default.
If you wish to use wear offsets, add to
[DISPLAY]
LATHE_WEAR_OFFSETS = 1

if someone (dinkata, it is up to you B) ) does a documentation I can include, it may be visible as default.

And a call to all:

Please, please, please help with documentation!!!
I can give advice on how to do that!
I am running out of time!

Norbert

Norbert
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03 Sep 2016 14:24 #79975 by cmorley

I'm not sure what you mean.

What doesn't work?




Command T2 M6 --- OK
Command T0101 ---Error
Version 2.8 .0-pre1 , maybe not yet implemented tool wear ?
or I have to complement hal ??


As I stated:
To use T0101 as the command to use wear offsets requires you to use remap programming.
Doing it directly with G43.2 will always work.

Chris M

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