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I have VOLATILE_HOME axes on that machine, but I would like my axes to unhome only in estop mode not in machine off
could we add such functionality?
'machine off' implies you remove power from motor drivers. Then you re-apply the power, driver _may_ move the motor, so your home position is lost.
stepper drivers for example initialize either with one or both phases on, regardless of the state they were at power off.
I know that, we don't disable drivers until estop here
I know i implies but on few machines easier is to don't disable drivers than destroy material
so, don't do 'machine_off' at all then?
it would be enough, but emc don't unhome axes after estop at all
I've just notice it and it's bug
estop in axis seems to do machine off, so unhome happens after all...
there is other execution path when external estop is raised
F1 F2 generates nml commands, estop goes directly to task main loop
I mean, if I press F1 in AXIS, in order to have machine working again, I need to press F1 and F2.
yes but as I said F1 or F2 generated nml that unhome axes, estop directly from machine is readed in main loop below nml processing
aystarik: this it patch that fixes it: http://pastebin.com/pujYytYm
JT-Dev: on docs :http://linuxcnc.org/docs/2.4/html/gcode_main.html#sec:Quick-Reference-Table
there are not mentioned all axes that can be used in specific gcodes
you mean like the parameters column?
not any room left in the width of the page for the pdf docs i think to add anything to that chart
I was looking at some of the descriptions the other day trying to shorten them up to get the chart a bit more narrow the other day so it fits better
ok we can think about it later, glad you know about it
I wonder how much the Parameters section helps without descriptions to someone?
I never look at it when I use the chart but just find the description of what I'm looking for then click on the link
I think it's used as a summary of used words in gcode
do you think the parameters are useful in that list without and info on what they are?
I suppose not
my thought is if you know the g code well enough to know what the words mean your probably not even going to look at the list
if you don't know what g code does what you want you'll look at the list then click on the link to find out how it work
so it can be deleted
I mean paramters
this is where u need a programing manual maybe
that's what I'm thinking at the moment
a g code manual?
like fanuc give u with a new machine, a manual that shows u Gcode, a short program exsample and info on what it does and what needs to be obayed etc
gcode manual is below that table
I got one with my Anilam 80's mill like that and used it a lot in the beginning
yea list should be kept a quick ref like it is, i like it , look up threading, aah thats what it is, then i can get a quick description what each paramiter is, as i know how to use it so i dont need to know tht
just looking at the user manual and it's only 135 pages long with most of them for g and m codes so it does not make much sense to split it out
back to work i go
It was over 400 pages a few years ago
was just a throught tht was all
back to my second cup of joe
some of the g codes are a bit hard to grasp at the moment from the manual
Does G4 have a L parameter now? I see it listed in the Parameters column but not in the description for G4
there are missing G17.1 g18.1, g19.1, g28.1, g30.1, G43.1,
EMC: 03jthornton 07v2.4_branch * r1904aa313f17 10/docs/src/ (common/User_Concepts.lyx gcode/coordinates.lyx): add a bit more on coordinate systems
EMC: 03jthornton 07v2.4_branch * r893b9628d5e4 10/docs/src/gcode/main.lyx: remove words from quick reference table
hi ho, hi ho it's off to work I go
would this be a better g/m code quick reference style? http://pastebin.com/wKjYjMd9
JT-Work: I think all the float pins in classic ladder are for convenience. the out pin just converts the s32 to a float.
skunkworks_: thanks, I'll update the manual
JT-Work: looks nice
SWPLinux: where in the world?
skunkworks_: Las Vegas
strange. when I reconnect to freenode, I get a message that I'm banned from #emc
and I have to /rejoin manually
well - you must not lead a pure life..
I guess not
well, time to get to the conference. see you later