Tested and adopted, but G54 trouble

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13 Oct 2019 15:44 #147822 by macsddau
Hi,
I have installed the basic LinuxCNC interface and connected it to the hardware, but I wasn't very enjoy by it skin. Needed to add custom HAL to see spindle speed. This affect the display area for the other commands and the 3D viewer.
I try some of the other SIMs. I stop on Gmoccapy.


I make a copy of my first config and make the needed changes to run under Gmoccapy.
Hardware works like it was with first config.
Learning the new interface is very simple.

There is something that trouble me :
Program (in white) is not display in local coordinate. The origins table display only [0, 0, 0] values. But the path is played at the good location.

Is there something that I forget to do during configuration ?
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13 Oct 2019 20:22 #147826 by newbynobi
I can see on your screenshot, that you have not set any offsets.
Go to manual modd, jog the mavhine to the start coordinates you want to set as G54 origin.
Press the touch off button and set your axis to the value you like, most probably zero.

Now the table does contain the requiered values.

Norbert

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14 Oct 2019 07:13 #147857 by pl7i92
G54 is the location of your workpice

you are still on G53 mashine coordinates as the screen showes
give it also a G54 in the MDI

so move somwhere in the workfieldarea by manuell jog
goto offset tab and press the zero button

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14 Oct 2019 17:37 #147876 by macsddau
2 screen shots to describe what append :



Program @ machine origin
Plotted path @ part origin (with G54)
offset table for G54 @ [0, 0, 0] and coordinates on display are good.
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14 Oct 2019 20:10 #147886 by newbynobi
Do you have homing switches?
Please errase the var file kn youf config dir and if present the pos ition.txt file

What does the machine sow rigth after homing?

Norbert

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15 Oct 2019 16:19 #147936 by macsddau

newbynobi wrote: Do you have homing switches?
Please errase the var file kn youf config dir and if present the pos ition.txt file

What does the machine sow rigth after homing?

Norbert

Hi newbynobi,
1. Yes I have wired the homing switches
2. I haven't any of this files in the config dir

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15 Oct 2019 20:21 #147944 by newbynobi
Please post your complete config folder, as i am not able to reproduce.

Norbert

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17 Oct 2019 04:46 #148070 by macsddau@linuxcnc
Hi,
I have trouble with my user account macsddau. I check with administrators and answer as soon as possible.

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18 Oct 2019 04:32 #148162 by macsddau@linuxcnc

newbynobi wrote: Please post your complete config folder, as i am not able to reproduce.

Norbert


Hi Norbert

Here the config folder :

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File Name: CNC2_2019-...stepconf
File Size:11 KB

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File Name: CNC2.tar
File Size:40 KB
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18 Oct 2019 08:09 - 18 Oct 2019 09:35 #148172 by macsddau@linuxcnc
Hi
The problem was that in the CNC2.ini file I didn't enter the good value for PARAMETER_FILE in [RS274NGC] section

replaced "macros" by "CNC2.var" (was linuwcnc.var in zip file).

Program is now displayed at G54 location.
As well, I can now use G30 for tool change location
Last edit: 18 Oct 2019 09:35 by macsddau@linuxcnc.

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