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08 Oct 2016 21:41 #81434 by FernV
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newbynobi wrote: I use very often end mills for drilling opperations, as it allows saving tool changes.


How are you using it then ? Are you using drilling modes G73, 81, 82 or 83 ?
One option is using a Drill Change and not activate, this will not ask for a tool change but set the feed, speed and mode but you have to use the drilling subroutines

What is your p.o.v. on this ?

newbynobi wrote: if you are in metric and you enter a user defined drill diameter, lets say 4.2 mm, it will be interpretet as inch value.


I think I can solve this

Fern
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08 Oct 2016 21:58 #81436 by FernV
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newbynobi wrote: if you are in metric and you enter a user defined drill diameter, lets say 4.2 mm, it will be interpretet as inch value.


Corrected and on github

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09 Oct 2016 02:02 #81442 by kramdradoow
Thanks for the new release Fern.

I finished loading a new system with the most recent live cd and applied all updates. I successfully loaded that python thing. I downloaded your latest release an hour or so ago and extracted it to my home dir. I found that extracting it to /mark resulted in dir structure of /NativeCAM-master/NativeCAM-master/then_all_of_your_files.

The only thing in the first NativeCAM-master directory was the subdirectory NativeCAM-master with its sub directories and files. So I renamed the directory structure, moved the files and deleted redundant subdirectory. So now my structure matches what you show in your mill.ini file /mark/ncam/then_all_of_your_files.

Not sure what significance this has but I was able to load the embedded version into axis sim.

Thought I would provide a status report of my findings.

Mark

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09 Oct 2016 03:15 #81443 by FernV
Replied by FernV on topic NativeCAM is Features renamed
Hi Mark,

Sounds like you downloaded a zip file, isn't it ?

Next time, try to clone. In a terminal in the directory of your choice
copy this command : git clone github.com/FernV/NativeCAM.git
Updates will be much simpler

Fern

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09 Oct 2016 03:18 #81444 by gmouer

FernV wrote: Hi Mark,

Sounds like you downloaded a zip file, isn't it ?

Next time, try to clone. In a terminal in the directory of your choice
copy this command : git clone github.com/FernV/NativeCAM.git
Updates will be much simpler

Fern


I assume that command gets pasted into a terminal window? I tried it and got the following error.

george@toshiba:~$ git clone github.com/FernV/NativeCAM.git
fatal: repository 'github.com/FernV/NativeCAM.git' does not exist
george@toshiba:~$

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09 Oct 2016 09:00 #81447 by dinkata
FernV
Congratulations on a good job !
It will be good to have a lathe .

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09 Oct 2016 09:28 #81448 by FernV
Replied by FernV on topic NativeCAM is Features renamed
Sorry, I did not double check

It appears the the leading "https://" before "github" was removed when I posted

You can copy the address from the green button on that github site but do not forget the
"git clone "

In fact, you can use your home directory ~/
A sub-directory NativeCAM will be created and the whole process takes seconds

To have the latest updates you change directory to NativeCAM and issue :
git pull origin master
and do it anytime

If someone knows a better command to update, please correct

Fern

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09 Oct 2016 09:47 - 09 Oct 2016 09:52 #81450 by eFalegname
Hi Fern I'm very excited with your great work, thank you very much. :cheer:
I cloned the last version and try to install it, this is the error I get :sick: on Linuxmint 17.3 Xfce-64bit:
ef@pl ~/linuxcnc/configs/NativeCAM $ sudo python setup.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "setup.py", line 54, in <module>
    os.symlink(os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'ncam.py'), fn)
OSError: [Errno 17] File exists

then I did:
ef@pl ~/linuxcnc/configs/NativeCAM $ sudo python setup.py c
"from ncam import NCam" removed from /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gladevcp/hal_pythonplugin.py

glade-widget-class named NCam removed from /usr/share/glade3/catalogs/hal_python.xml
glade-widget-class-ref name NCam removed from /usr/share/glade3/catalogs/hal_python.xml
ef@pl ~/linuxcnc/configs/NativeCAM $ sudo python setup.py
"from ncam import NCam" added to /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gladevcp/hal_pythonplugin.py

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "setup.py", line 54, in <module>
    os.symlink(os.path.join(os.getcwd(), 'ncam.py'), fn)
OSError: [Errno 17] File exists

and the problem persists; it's seems I'm doing something wrong, please help
Last edit: 09 Oct 2016 09:52 by eFalegname.

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09 Oct 2016 10:18 #81453 by FernV
Replied by FernV on topic NativeCAM is Features renamed
I loaded a new setup.py

It seems it did not remove the link before

Try with arg 'c' first, it will give the name of the link it is trying to create

Fern

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09 Oct 2016 11:07 #81455 by eFalegname
Hi Fern, sorry for bothering you again this is the last error I get trying to run Linuxcnc:
ef@pl ~ $ linuxcnc /home/ef/linuxcnc/configs/NativeCAM/configs/sim/axis/ncam_demo/mill-mm.ini
LINUXCNC - 2.8.0-pre1-2638-g7be62e6
Machine configuration directory is '/home/ef/linuxcnc/configs/NativeCAM/configs/sim/axis/ncam_demo'
Machine configuration file is 'mill-mm.ini'
Starting LinuxCNC...
Found file(REL): ./core_sim.hal
Note: Using POSIX non-realtime
Found file(REL): ./sim_spindle_encoder.hal
Found file(REL): ./axis_manualtoolchange.hal
Found file(REL): ./simulated_home.hal
note: MAXV     max: 53.340 units/sec 3200.400 units/min
note: LJOG     max: 53.340 units/sec 3200.400 units/min
note: LJOG default: 30.480 units/sec 1828.800 units/min
note: jog_order='XYZ'
note: jog_invert=set([])
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/gladevcp", line 45, in <module>
    import gladevcp.makepins
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gladevcp/__init__.py", line 1, in <module>
    from hal_pythonplugin import *
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gladevcp/hal_pythonplugin.py", line 1, in <module>
    from ncam import NCam
ImportError: No module named ncam
<commandline>:0: waitpid failed gladevcp gladevcp
<commandline>:0: gladevcp exited without becoming ready
Embeded tab command "halcmd loadusr -Wn gladevcp gladevcp -c gladevcp -x 60817572 -U --catalog=mill ncam.ui" exited with error: 1
Shutting down and cleaning up LinuxCNC...
task: 822 cycles, min=0.000010, max=0.009836, avg=0.001133, 0 latency excursions (> 10x expected cycle time of 0.001000s)
Note: Using POSIX non-realtime
LinuxCNC terminated with an error.  You can find more information in the log:
    /home/ef/linuxcnc_debug.txt
and
    /home/ef/linuxcnc_print.txt
as well as in the output of the shell command 'dmesg' and in the terminal

Thank you

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