liked that huh? I got a million of them... will be here all week! <rimshot>
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I was lookig at roboitalia forum , some guy asked for gcode samples
I posted your files and some axis snapshot
some young man is interested in gcode :P
if he's young then g-code is probably way older than him
gcode is old
but always good
there are not much samples online for that
except some summary reference
I was also seen the crash of the 'condor-man' ..
[14:03:34] <giacus> http://www.repubblica.it/2006/c/video/sezioni/cronaca/aereopic/aereopic/aereopic.html
another interesting article here: http://www.beppegrillo.it/english.php
sorry.. Im not a spammer
just I love penguins
LawrenceG: should know something there..
then, something is wrong there, as here
How is the servo search coming?'
I thought you where looking for servos for your machiene
I have that problem too. lots of paused projects
util Ill get more about it
the mine isnt a 'standard' project
it would be a 'no compromise' project
Are any projects "standard" ;)
a bit different
as standard you can find a lot
the mine should be a 'direct drive' machine
how much is possible
That is how our big machine is going to be.
gibe the plan :P
what do you mean by "no pinions"?
wicj servos you used ?
we have some 75 ft-lb servos to replace the hydrolic ones (they were off of an other cnc that was scrapped by a local machine shop)
we just need 3 servo amps.
I also use 3 axis
don't know what we are going to do. it will be driving ball screws - 3 threads per inch
ahh.. smaller stuff ;)
depend on what yuou expect from it
right - anything is going to be better than what we have now.
I was kidding
I've seen some pretty big DC stuff
I didn't even notice you had said that - thought it was jackey. ;)
I've seen the power supply for a 40MW DC servo
that's milliwatt right?
the supply was almost the size of my house
we have the power section of the servos (ran off of 3 phase - 6 scrs)
but nothing before that.
you haven't seen a huge SCR until you've seen one that's about 10 inches across and 4-6 inches thick ;)
damn - can't top that. these are about 1.5 diameter.
I've done consulting work for these people: http://www.dynapower.com
it's fun to go into their manufacturing plant
they have power supplies with interior lighting
and coffee machines?
(open door, turn on light, go to work)
the output bus bars are often liquid cooled, and about 4x6 inches in cross section
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I think their smallest supplies are 5KW or so
they have to call the power company when they're going to test the larger supplies ;)
"step up the output, guys" ;)
I hope they keep their Halon fire extinguishers handy
[14:42:58] <SWPadnos> http://www.dynapower.com/images/Products/Power%20Supplies/DCPlating.jpg
that's a couple of smaller ones
yeah, usually you never appreciate current until you see the big guys :D
15000 amp supplies are impressive
I remember watching arc-melting on a bigger factory
metal melting I mean
how well do 3 phase scr servo controllers work>? any experiance?
one of the ones I worked on was something like 100V, 60,000 A
no experience here
SWPadnos: I might top that current
not the overall power though ;)
we sell pressure welding equipment
but small voltage
continuous or pulsed?
it's not a sustained current
only for a few hundred msec
yeah - these supplues are usually used in anodizing. they can output high voltages, but are usually limited by the current limit
so you might say it's pulsed
but still, 630kVA machines are big and scary ;)
the software actually has undercurrent limiting for plating applications
when the current goes below some level, the batch is done
just dealing with the 13200V direct feed is scary
I'm usually dealing with 300 or 600 V DC
and that's scary enough
anything above 24 is bad ;)
I melted the tip of my current meter
then I realized what it can do :)
it was a thin tip (about 1.5 mm^2, but still, it melted like butter ;)
hey - what do you think of this current probe?
[14:51:00] <SWPadnos> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7602703592
I suppose I don't like the spade connectors
yeah, and I guess it's only for AC
non-contact though ;)
it's not bad
here's the other thing I'm looking at:
[14:52:34] <SWPadnos> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7602547661
looks like it could be good for making motor mounts ;)
[14:54:36] <alex_joni> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7514720891&ssPageName=MERC_VI_ReBay_Pr4_PcY_BIN_Stores_IT
that's nice too
yeah - I saw that one also
not as good for motor mounts though ;)
[14:55:28] <alex_joni> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=7522164717
that's good for motor mounts
but it might be more expensive than the whole mill
only twice as much
that would be good for a driveway ;)
8x20 feet is a big sheet of metal
* alex_joni still tries to convert that to actual units
thought you where talking about http://www.electronicsam.com/images/mounts.JPG
heh - 6.25m or so
I may need those as well, but I'm not willing to spend as much ;)
[14:58:28] <alex_joni> http://www.electronicsam.com/images/
what ring is that?
skunkworks: finished your woodcube?
my wedding right
my wedding ring
that was odd
it's like the letters are right next to each other :)
it is tungstin carbide - kinda has a tech factor
wife picked it out for me. She knows me quite well.
the black and white color company
I had to come up with a website for a final project. Pretty cheesy.
got an A though
just pennies per pixel
you'r a multibillionarie ;)
wouldnt be enough :D
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still there ?
TorbaX, giacus: you're in southern italy right?
II'm trying to build an AVR programmer
I come form Sardinia
TorbaX: already tried Voipstunt ? http://www.voipstunt.com/en/rates.html
no, what is it?
try it ..
* alex_joni wants to go to sicily this summer
free calls everywhere
I'm testing it
should be better than skype
kill telecom italia :P
alex_joni: nice, youre welcome in sicily island :)
giacus: any place I can look for small hotels?
actually not hotels
oh.. dont worry about it
pensions, or rental houses
np, its not expensive
just worry abou time you get ..
and let me know
I don't know yet, but I'll let you know
si � normale
* Jymmm replaces les_w music room with a 2 transistor pocket radio, Let's see if he notices...
make that a 1 transistor
I mean one of these: http://www.techlib.com/electronics/crystal.html
I also wanted to build a beefed up one... but doubt there's enough power in a lil ol' diode for it
03alex_joni * 10emc2/src/hal/drivers/ (hal_vti.c hal_vti.h): latest fixes from Eric
03swpadnos * 10emc2/tcl/bin/emccalib.tcl: Make ini variable saving preserve whitespace from the original ini line.
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* alex_joni yawns
yawns? Have you seen any circuts for running a 3 phase scr final stage?
skunkworks: no ;) not tonight
I would have to really think about it.
and then it probably would not work.
we think we know why the cnc was taken out of service. 2 of the 3 servos had most of its brushes hung up.
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03alex_joni * 10emc2/src/emc/usr_intf/halui.cc: some more work, reorganizing stuff a bit, added estop
anyone know about -j DNAT ?
I only use SNAT
[19:15:17] <jepler> http://linux-ip.net/html/nat-dnat.html
xample 5.6. Using DNAT for a single port
[root@real-server]# iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -d 10.10.20.99 --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.10.14.2
jepler: I know that much of DNAT
but I want to forward a ftp connection to another server
and that's a bit trickier
yeah, the answer is "forget FTP, it's so 20th century"
03alex_joni * 10emc2/src/emc/usr_intf/halui.cc: added mist, flood, lube
les_w you around?
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when having a stepper motor connected in a way so that the coils are in parallel rather than in series is it then necessary to have one separate current limiter for each coil in the parallel path?
no, because the coils are pretty much the same
i'm glad to hear that
when current limiting a steppers coils is it best to have the limit at the source or the sink side of the coils?
Hi cradek. How is it going?
sorry. Got side tracked.
heading home from work.
be back in a bit.
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what's happening on your end?
I've just been looking all over town for flat open end wrneches for my Tapmatic 30 TC/DC
couldn't find any, so now I have to make them
I have some... will sell em and my 30 tc/dc for $175
if you can have them here in 20 minutes, it's a deal ;)
SWPadnos: dont push your luck
you might be paying a $30,000 delivery fee
you get what you pay for =)
steel tube for a prop for a play
about 20 of them, and it's best if the tap doesn't slip
which it does when the chuck is only hand-tight
lol, ya think?
* Jymmm hands SWPadnos the chuck key
it worked for a couple of them, then started spinning
a chuck key would be most welcome on that device
does your head kinda wobble a bit?
not in the chuck, but the over end
below the bar
where the tap goes into
nope - steady as a rock
no play at all?
it can move a little - it's designed that way
Ok, so when your lowering it, the tip of the tap doesn't LOOK like it's going to go in the hole, but it does?
no - it looks like it's going to go in nice and straight
that's what I meant when I said it doesn't wobble
just like a drillbit would look
so it can correctly tap a slightly off-center hole, by design, but it's got no visible runout before it's engaged
Hmmmmm... maybe I got ripped
I dont remember now.
mine was missing the wrenches ;)
and the back jaw was broken
and it had no collets
and one of the back screws was kinda bad
but otherwise it's like new
I have both collets, non-original wrenches, straight 1/2" jacobs shank
the shank is a 1/2", which fits nicely in my 1/2" R-8 collet
I'm using a drill press
the Bridgeport is worlds better than the Sears benchtop 1/3HP drill press
(as I would hope)
Well, have it here in 20 minutes
but it's $300,000 in shipping
no problem, answering the door fee is $500,000
ringing the doorbell: $62.5 million
entrance to the property fee... $1.2 BILLION USD
finding the correct property: $1.6 bazillion MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
getting lost fee $480 Petallion USD
Losing fee: 65535 YottaBucks
anyway - hate to IRC and run, but I do need to make some stupid tools today
IP Lawsuit in my favor.... $ARM&LEG
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win 2000 question... how do i find my host id??? i think thats still the MAC addy
Damn, this isn't #snideanswerstowindowsquestions? I guess I'm in the wrong channel.
exit<enter> to close
Jymmm: let me show you
"dmessier: You moron. If you don't know the answer to that question, you aren't fit to run linux or emc. get out of here and never come back" <---- Jymmm, answer like that next time
dmessier: (no actual offense to you is intended)
jepler oh you mean: "rm -rf /*<enter>"
fine ill keep mi linux runable cad cad system to myself too
dmessier ok, did you fuck it up or did you get what you needed?
jepler ^^^^^^^^^^^ better?
i dont fuck up... but not the answer
[23:39:21] <jepler> http://compnetworking.about.com/cs/windowsnetworkin1/ht/findaddrwinxp.htm
dmessier did you get what you needed?
i liket getting ppl to FORMAT c
but I guess that's the same advice Jymmm gave you
I don't know whether a "host id" is the same as a "mac address"; if this is to run some commercial software, doesn't the documentation explain how to get the code that they need?
or just run this script i'll fix it
jepler: doens't matter ipconfig /all shows everything
hmm docs dont usually make hacke easy
If you want it pure kybd, then.... CTRL+ESC R cmd<enter> ipconfig /all<enter> exit<enter>
dmessier what are you "haking" ?
cant say yet
it's M$, can't be too much.
send me off chanel
word is it works fine with DOSEMULATOR
its a cad cam s'ware to do anyting
i got NOTHING but time
VERy high end sware that was bought out by PRO E to incorporate Icem's class A surfaces and a PRO-manufacturing package
into pro-e 200+
it is all unix based... piped to 'doze
i ran it in 1988 in college... was nothing else like it...
THE cnc programming s'ware -- unigraphics was rudimentary