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12 Jul 2020 19:31 #174414 by snowgoer540
Helping a guy run configurator to get his table going for the first time. Afterward, encountered this error on start-up "signal 'spindle-at-speed' not found".

It turns out that this line regarding the spindle was not commented out, and caused the problem:
sets spindle-at-speed true

Commenting it out solved the problem. If I recall, I think the configurator was recently updated to comment out spindle lines, it looks like perhaps one slid through the cracks.

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12 Jul 2020 21:01 #174417 by Kale Dobrohoczki
I had the same issue a few days ago. I got rid of anything spindle related.
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12 Jul 2020 21:50 #174420 by snowgoer540
Replied by snowgoer540 on topic New Configuration Error

I had the same issue a few days ago. I got rid of anything spindle related.


Same, but without reporting it, we can't fix it for the next guy who might not know how to fix it (as is the case with the guy I was helping). Good to know it wasn't just me though!

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12 Jul 2020 23:07 - 12 Jul 2020 23:08 #174426 by phillc54
Replied by phillc54 on topic New Configuration Error

Helping a guy run configurator to get his table going for the first time. Afterward, encountered this error on start-up "signal 'spindle-at-speed' not found".

It turns out that this line regarding the spindle was not commented out, and caused the problem:
sets spindle-at-speed true

Commenting it out solved the problem. If I recall, I think the configurator was recently updated to comment out spindle lines, it looks like perhaps one slid through the cracks.

Damn, I thought I fixed that. I'll take a look later on...

EDIT: I wish you guys would read the PlasmaC manual and disable anything not plasma related... ;)
Last edit: 12 Jul 2020 23:08 by phillc54.
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12 Jul 2020 23:31 #174430 by snowgoer540
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Haha! Read the manual. Funny guy :laugh:

There’s a lot of info in there, it’s tough to retain it all. Ironically, I did pass the link along to the new guy though and told him to get reading lol.

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13 Jul 2020 01:49 #174436 by phillc54
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This "should" have been fixed in v0.139 - 2020 Jun 24

Can you post the original .hal file csusing this issue?

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13 Jul 2020 01:52 #174438 by snowgoer540
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This "should" have been fixed in v0.139 - 2020 Jun 24

Can you post the original .hal file csusing this issue?


If you mean the one before he ran configurator? I can get it, but it might be a day or two. He doesn’t go to his shop every day.

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13 Jul 2020 01:54 #174439 by phillc54
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Yes, or the backup one created by the configurator in the new config directory

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13 Jul 2020 01:57 #174441 by snowgoer540
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Yes, or the backup one created by the configurator in the new config directory


No problem, I can get it... it’ll just be a few days probably.

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13 Jul 2020 14:33 #174513 by snowgoer540
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Here's the original HAL.

It looks like configurator.py only checks for any line that has "spindle.0." in it, and comments it out.

The extra one that needs to be commented out is "sets spindle-at-speed true" in the section below, which is the section right below all of the setup spindle control signals that have the "spindle.0." in them:
# ---Setup spindle at speed signals---

sets spindle-at-speed true
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