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07 Dec 2020 13:38 - 07 Dec 2020 13:41 #191306 by Leon82
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28 Oct 2021 21:13 #224614 by Joco
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This is the UI I use on my Optimum BF20 mill.  The mill has stepper motors but with linear glass scales which provide the absolute position feedback into the pid.  I have some UI elements to assist in checking that feedback performance to ensure cutting operations are tracking within 0.01 - 0.03mm, particularly on finishing operations. I typically can get <=0.025mm tolerance with some proper thought on the CAM and order of operations.

Inspiration and support from work done by JT and Lcvette

Cheers - J.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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30 Oct 2021 01:36 #224687 by spumco
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That diagnostics screen is fantastic.  Do want.

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31 Oct 2021 04:10 #224748 by Joco
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That diagnostics screen is fantastic.  Do want.
 

github.com/joco-nz/bf20_mill

 
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06 Feb 2022 11:04 #234092 by hottabich
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Hello! Please tell me how to open your interface in linuxcnc 2.9.0 pre. if possible. Upon attempt open I get an error like in the screenshot. Thanks!
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08 Feb 2022 07:08 #234330 by Joco
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There are two branches.  One called "master" and another "master_py3".  Active development is on the later and expects a working py3 environment.  At the moment I have only tested/used master_py3 on Debian 11.
 
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