I got those $5 turkeys one year and deep fried like 5 of them... 35minutes each
Hey, the oil is already hot; kept trying to find other things to deep fry too!
I did a similar thing too, but I was dipping stuff in chocolate
which I heartily recommend
We found that red potatoes are the BEST THING EVER to deep fry in peanut oil!
The best fried potatoes I've ever had in my life
sprinkle with a lil seasoning salt afterwards
cradek: I'm a slat over sweet kinda guy
Hey, i have shared samba folders on this box, but there's no SYSTEM > ADMIN > SHARED FOLDERS menu option, any ideas?
has EMC2 been hooked up to a REAL japanese macine yet?
bcz im lookin' at doing a demo... but i dont want to over-sell
dmess: have you retrofitted a machine with EMC2 yet?
no but 1 an OKK is going to junk... i need a fighting chance to save her
its a 6M
dual pallet workhourse
what kinda PC card could and would handle it all or in pieces
that's too open a question to answer. without knowing what kind of IO it has/needs and what kind of drives, whether it has encoders or resolvers, etc etc.
the 6m is a full colour monitor...
servo... fanuc... encoders..
I meant to (very gently) suggest that if it's your first retrofit, and it's complex, the limitation will probably not be EMC2, but will be your own learning curve and/or skills
not MY 1st retro
I meant first with EMC2
1st with EMC yes
or 2nd it the hardinge beats it
EMC (3-4 yrs )is new to me not rebuilding or making machines work
i'd semi love ripping the fanuc brain out and add EMC
the fanuc handles a lot of probing macros that are all CUSTOM made.. ;(
i kind of think that fanuc macros must be what asm programmers feel like
anytime i use any macro stuff on a control and it works I just cackle
toastydeath: gcode is totally like asm for kids
i learned gcode and core programming the same semester
i think really the only hard part of gcoding was figuring out what for of retarded the diamater comp entry was
*form of retarded
renesis: i'm not talking g-code
i'm talking g-code macro
what syntax is it
G65 H** P#xxx Q#xxx R#xxx
the H word defines the operation (definition, addition, subtraction, etc), there's about 30-40 of these
oh so its varable coding?
and then P/Q/R are the arguements
yeh thats more like mnemonic asm
like like G65 H28 P#101 R#102 R100
is like saying "if #101 is greater than #102, goto 100"
i think it's 28 anyway, it's up there somewhere
really, if you need silly words like if, then else, while, etc, to do conditionals, gtfo
but yeh i gotta find a project to practice c more
asm on an arm is just torture
they got mad creative with the extra like 26 bits in the opcode words
like, yeh fuck conditional opcode well just make them flagat the end of the opcode word =( =( =(
then there is this silly shit with the immediate values
you dont get another 32b word in one case, you get a section of the opcode as the value, then another section is how much to shift the value
so you can make tons of values, except valid ones are kinda random after the first shift =(
renesis: i have never, ever played with asm
i have just looked at some code and decided, "hey, that looks difficult"
you just have to learn the opcodes
then its ridiculous simple
and with macro and call based coding, you can make the top level code way easier to read than c
basically like a plain text list of tasks seperated by linebreaks
its def worth learning if you fuck with 8bit platforms
at that level, c compilers like to add alot of bullshit code to cover its ass in all situations
i'm a homeless machinist
well, not homeless at all
but i don't mess with electronics or anything that would have an 8 bit proc
yeh pob not a big deal for you, heh
but yeh, if you fuck with board level digital design
its like having a computer from 1990 on a chip for $1
with better architecture
i dont really have any desire to learn x86 asm
I'm writing a program to machine a spindle mount for a mill
cool, doing various things :)
not really sure myself what
[09:20:01] <anonimasu> http://imagebin.org/32353
it's missing a few holes and stuff :)
yay alibre :P
programmed and all now ^_^
www.omploader.org/veXZ1 Well,... that's not good....
what nut runs gentoo
spending your days wasting time waiting for compiles
archivist: it's not as bad as it's made out to be
you just run the updates in the background on low priority
but but but my system is a nonosecond a week faster than yours.....
I don't care about the speed part
the community is great, and so is the system, as it forces you to know what you are doing, unlike ubuntu
I still see a lot of support issues from gentoo users a few chans
haven't had much issues about that, currently got a whole group of people looking at my kernel issue
it's just, in Gentoo, if you don't know what you are doing and how the system works, you can't even get it to install, which weeds out a lot of the "help, my computer froze but i'm not going to give any details about it as it doesn't concern you" people
just had one of those in #mysql
just had somebody in ##kernel saying "hi, iSCSI does not work. Maybe it has to do with kernel?" and then went afk
* alex_joni swallows a remark about the emc users list
fragalot: I thought ubuntu was supposed to be orange
archivist: that didn't amuse my stomach
fragalot: your laptop colour
alex_joni: it's white
alex_joni: it's the lighting that made it look orange on camera
well, it's more of a really light grayish beige i guess.. meh
cream, or standard peecee colour
Acer 5920 make it out for yourself :p
Well, just downloaded all the sources, figured out that the culprit for the dump is iwlwifi, thus, disabling wifi and going to school. Cya
* archivist nearly falls off his chair at the list question "What is the maximum voltage that the paralel port can handle" he wants to measure up to 1000v
you'll measure ONCE
Yep, the voltage supplied was greater than 12V
no the computer wont give you an answer... its dead jim
archivist: Oh it'll give an answer, just the answer will let out the magic smoke as an indicator, no power required
[16:08:39] <alex_joni> http://www.graphpaper.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/bmwbike.jpg
nuts, would take too long to make on a 5 axis cnc
and its a bit fugly
lol @ cradek
how does it steer?
that's a secondary concern
it's too cool to steer :D
in the hub
but I assume some servo
I don't think form followed function in this design
I think it was a no following desing :D
frame flexing is suspension (and failure mode)
are the serial ports disabled by EMC
ok trying to get the touch screen working later tonight
that's what I thought
I just got a cingular 8125 from a friend
and I have pretty much every type of USB cable in a box... EXCEPT the one I need for this phone :(
dunno what that is
is it a mini-usb?
one of the many different types, yes
I thought there were only 2
like a squashed USB-B connector
eric_u1: oh no, I have atleast 3 in my box, this is yet another type
and no, it's not one designed by cingular
it's always strange to see yourself leave the room
you can use the ghost command to kick loose connections
that would require me to remember a command
using help would require me to remember a command. Do you see where this is going?