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hum, running xst in fakeroot fails on one of my systems (8.04, 32-bit) but succeeds on another (8.04, 64-bit)
EMC: 03seb 07master * reb57c6c842ad 10/src/hal/drivers/mesa-hostmot2/encoder.c: don't set enc.vel to NaN
oh - figured out?
not from the looks of it
why do people keep talking about nans? In the one screenshot I saw it was an inf, not a nan -- http://imagebin.ca/view/BpN9pD0.html
1./0. -> inf
in school we learned it as undefined ;)
sweet - today my enco free ups shipping code gave me free "truck" shipping. last time I tried, it didn't.
one thing I had chance to check is that oth jitters on "nan machine" are about 10000
micges: have you seen halscope say nan, or is it always inf like this image shows? http://imagebin.ca/view/BpN9pD0.html
hard to say
I know that may be important but I don't remember
I have a lot of work, give me chance to test your patches and questions
micges: if you upgrade to top of tree it will include a new & better patch i just committed, that logs when it sees the problem, but does not change vel from the previous servo loop
I know that nan machine has your first patch from december, not sure about second one you and cradek prepared
cradek, do know anything about this version of hardinge lathe? is it cnc? http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250561337647
they say automatic, but it doesnt look fully cnc'd
doesn't look nc to me, more like an automatic turret lathe
built in 1969, so whatever is automated would not be very advanced
but no, I don't know anything about it
this group seems to have bought all the good lathes!
yeah I'm pretty sure that's before nc and electric servos
the closest lathes I have found are 1250 miles away in California
where are you?
off the west coast of Canada
lots of tree eating machines here but very little in the way of metal fab
have you tried looking in portland or?
still far, probably
Seattle and Portland are within a days drive... But the east coast seems to have most of the ebay listings
your new mill looks sweet.... a little easier to use coolant with than the bridgeports (shower curtain required)
thanks yeah, the big bucket shape is great
it gets exactly none on the floor, all in the trough
and the high speed spindle is a big plus
cradek: any issues rigid tapping with the v-belt connection?
I have only done a few, but it seems fine
it's actually a flat belt, not a V
[19:26:04] <PCW> http://cgi.ebay.com/1980-HITACHI-SEIKI-3NE300-CNC-LATHE-FANUC-SCREW-PARTS_W0QQitemZ230431104121QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item35a6c39c79
theres a cheap time sink (california)
was that cowgirl the previous owner?
from the wording.. that may be just for a part of the machine.... wonder what blew up?
Yes I guess misread, not clear what you get
(probably not the cowgirl)
its a little large to fit in the pickup!... maybe the cowgirl is selling the OM's lathe
[19:35:30] <LawrenceG> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250571863497
probably low hours with a high crash rate
You'd think most CNC machines of any age have experienced a few crashes
yay 2 #80 holes drilled..... scratch 1 bit.... 1000rpm is a bit slow for a #80 drill in the tailstock
what is with the ping timeouts?bunny
that's a new typo even for skunkworks_
well - The old typos get old.
fun in lincoln, and you all missed it: http://journalstar.com/news/local/education/article_fae8d340-107b-11df-a90b-001cc4c03286.html
(but I didn't go either)
anyone know where I laid my 12 awg ferrules down, you know the gray ones...
I think the cat knocked them on the floor
that is always a possibility, however I think the only solution is to clean up until I find them :/