My Grizzly G0619 mill
Found I got more out of it by reading the parts I was trying to sort out at the time. Then putting what I learnt into practise.
I found the Hal part really good, especially working through some of the examples.
I admit I find the online HTML manual easier to navigate.
That’s not to say I have a small pile of printed pages of the PDFs with notes scribbled on them. Just don’t ask me to find them real quick.
Thanks rodw I will give it a shot. I will also try BeagleBrains idea. Good thing I don't have to have the new system operational tomorrow.
rodw post=213405 userid=20660Try this link
Also review how some of the simplest components are written (eg and2.comp) and play around compiling a couple
well tommylight after thinking about your statement I have to fully agree with you . Yes building the
tommylight post=212921 userid=17274Building the machines!
machines no mater what they are is more enjoyable, though the challenge can be daunting at times.
Because I now find myself thinking about what next to run on linuxcnc as if a Mill, a Lathe, and a Pick and Place
weren't enough. LOL
Now I have to scramble to get the G0619 switched over to Linuxcnc. Fortunately I already have most of the
parts to do it . I have a Dell Optiplex 9020m for the computer. A new 7i76e board ready to go.
A new larger controller box 24" x 20" x 8" ready for holes. I have an adapter board to control the spindle .
I can salvage most of the parts from the current control box . However I need to get some power supplies.
It's always something.