LawrenceG: It's MUCH cheaeper just to buy a scrabble game =)
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LawrenceG: you got a cnc router?
oh 4"... I missed that part! LOL
Jymmm, lathe mill... shoptask
LawrenceG: B I G A S S S C R A B B L E B O A R D
I can mill about a 9x9" area
that would be fun.... use the driveway as a board
the the router to an indoor gym floor
LawrenceG: ROTF, that works
I need a bigger machine3x5' would be a nice size without going to a monster garage eating 4x8 size
LawrenceG: Well, if you think about it, 4x8 is just a bed, Make it like a murphy bed in the garage
LawrenceG: nice job on the 4" carvings btw
vcarve generated the gcode
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LawrenceG, or make the bed just above floor height with a ramp, so you can store crap on the bed
* MattyMatt car sized one, in his imaginary garage
tell the missus it's a car wash
then mill the roof off her car \o/
a garage sized gantry would be handy as a crane. that's how I'm trying to sell the idea to a friend whose garage I'm supposed to be building
you'd need some kind of telescopic Z, or a very high ceiling
BP 9x42 w/ DRO http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/tls/1517914858.html
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I must be proud! http://yoyo.ghost.pl/fb/?&tag=mGcodeGenerator&id=1170&subPage=detale
it look like you have a moment of time:)
looks good yoyoek1
You all need to get a REAL hobby, like this... http://www.jtrg.org/Photoalbum/Members/AF4KK/AF4KK-Project%20Car/
alex_joni: Coem on man, you need to start doin some real mods like that
the antenna wires go in the sunroof - what does he do when it rains?
not that he can see where he is going
My gf is gonna freak... For a stocking stuffer, I got her the WORLDS LARGEST Reeses peanut butter cup. Package of two, each one weights 8 oz
these things are huge
1" thick, and 4"diameter
never mind the length feel the width
They dont sell flavored insuline, do they?
becaue between the 1lb PB cups and the chocolate orange, she's gonna goin into sugar overload
og, that Colt has hydralics too
I think that's to support the frickin trunk load of batteries to support all those radios
I found a 3" wood screw in my rear tire of the Honda yesterday, much to my surprise it didn't leak air.
jt-plasma, bit like yours ? 170421691815
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jt-plasma: he's tryng to be cute and not give the full link
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[16:27:10] <Jymmm> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170421691815&ru=http%3A%2F%2Fshop.ebay.com%3A80%2F%3F_from%3DR40%26_trksid%3Dm38%26_nkw%3D170421691815%26_fvi%3D1&_rdc=1
fleabay links vary depending on where you are and login status, item id does not
what was the link
[16:31:58] <archivist_emc> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170421691815&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT
no, that is a very different on
price seems ok but I cant afford to play
too far for me :)
even better it runs and has a tailstock
Jymmm: will this fit in your garage?
[16:36:54] <skunkworks> http://cgi.ebay.com/WoW-KITAMURA-MyCENTER-0-Spark-Changer-2-Pallet-VMC-NR_W0QQitemZ110471465971QQcmdZViewItemQQptZBI_Mills?hash=item19b89ccbf3
skunkworks: I can make it fit =)
aw crap. 220, 3ph
at that price it does not have to work :)
Jymmm: what's wrong with 220, 3ph
jt-plasma: lack there of
that's what I do
Well, to be honest... I'd much rather have a laser than anything else. It's what I've wanted for years and nothing has really changed.
Everything I come up with would be better suited to having a laser
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I need 48" width with passthru
someone on here was getting a 15". wiating to see how it goes when he gets it
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hey all, I am trying to patch a linux kernel (2.6.24) with a RTAI patch from 2.6.23 uswing i386, but I get can't find patch file to patch ....... ---a/atch/i386 etc
that's gonna happen if the kernel and patch are not same version
can't I patch a 2.6.24kernel with RTAI 2.6.23 patch, or should I use a x86 architecture? according to my system I have i386
i once tried the x86 patch with emc, but it didn't work
eric_unterhausen: so should I use x86 then instead of i386?
I wonder how ubuntu was compiled then, I don't see a RTAI patch for a 2.6.24 kernel for a i386 architecture
ries: you have a 386????
uname -a gives what output?
uname -a gives me Linux EMC2 2.6.24-16-rtai
some more stuff and ends with i686 GNU/Linux
dpkg --print-architecture gives me i386
apparently the i686 stuff is smart enough to downgrade to your hardware, or else you have more of a processor than you think
why are you building the same kernel over again?
I have a P4 mobile
I think you can download the source packages for emc and build a custom kernel that's already been patched
kernel configs have all sorts of different processors available
still I wonder how the EMC team could patch a kernel for 2.6.24 with RTAI
you can do it, it just requires looking at what failed and seeing if it matters to the build
I've done it
I don't understand why it comes up with the a/ and b/ directories...
x86 patches apply fine
use those then
you don't have a 386
I am rusty on the subject though, last kernel I compiled was a 2.4 kernel...
it's at least a 486
I think so to...
I am just confused with all the naming then
but actually, it's a 686
but still don't understand why dpkg returns me i386 :s
I have no idea why dpkg gives you the result it does
who knows how they derive that result
i386 is just the base architecture
debian i386 works on i386's and newer x86's
haha:) tool shape compensation almost ready:) for interested in the subject:) http://yoyo.ghost.pl/fb/?subPage=na_tapecie&tag=tool%
20shape% 20compensation &
yoyoek1: nice! what cutters do you use on FRP? it dulls high speed (HSS) very quickly because of the glass threads.
yoyoek1: you use blender for your 3D stuff?
ries : http://neo-technical.wikispaces.com/emc2-ubuntu
he keeps up with all the toolchain pain
if it helps
L84Supper: I need to understand the gCode generation portion still... will check that link
things are comiling now though... I wonder where it ends up with
and. I tell you, gentlemen, that it was done full-scale test. elements were clamped so that after applying the appropriate weight to hammer wpasowa0142y as it was planned:) is a wonderfully
to znaczy 017ce pasuje idealnie
This means that it fits perfectly
translator or from poland ?
close to russian word
almost like a neighbor:)
in russia, it is winter already so advanced as in poland? is no longer with us after -20 `C
last week were cold about -20 -25 C
yoyoek1: w Polsce przy gruncie bylo -28C
how cool is it to me is wrong. I like how it is so after the 30 35 `C in Plus, of course. with 5 or so days a year in this climate zone for the year: /
the automatic translator something to me here writes crap: P
you using translator to write here?
yes. no writes by traslator this grammar is rather weak. and as I write this I am doing the hand of typos.
This is almost not understandable: P again. writing by the translator makes it that grammar is weak. Writing without a cause that my spelling is weak
Damn, it works well
wiki update :)
yoyoek1: d3p links doesn't work
micges: which exactly?
d3p.pl don't load
the server often does not work. celeron 333: P
hmm i hope i win this auction for these 2 vector drives
they are cheap and local
August should be reset for some time and for a time will work again
then i'll have the same ones for both the lathe and my mill
yoyoek1: mail me your program firstname.lastname@example.org I'll give it a try ;)
micges: Only if you were not using a blender you will have trouble
I am trouble now
I must learn first how to draw ;)
what do you mean?
blender imports unless everything that can:) so you can import the instance dxf'a
blender wrongly imports dxf.. will have to send them some patches :P
There are two importery. one dxf, dxf Autodesk road. This way I use always and never had problems.
how to install your program?
ugh i want to get rid of the vari speed belt drive setup on my mill and put a cogged timing belt on there to drive it, but there isnt a way to tension the belt
the motor locates closely on the bore of the head
i guess i gotta make an adapter plate
that is slotted
w00t won 2 identical vector drives on ebay for $110
110 for both
want a siemens controller?
i'll sell you some controllers
i got some mitsubishis
man i guess i shoulda asked here first lol
i have a huge stash of automation stuff i need to get rid of
now i gotta find some encoders for the spindles
got any encoders?
not any that aren't attached to something
i'm also looking for an old cnc controller pannel with a mpg and buttons
can't have my mpg and buttons
i need a jog wheel
i guess they arent terribly expensive
you can get a pretty decent one from cnc4pc
yea i saw those
i like the pendants
I had one as a test unit to use to write the part in the manual for a mpg
i have some outrageously priced touch screens that you can program with equally overpriced software
i dunno, i might just buy the jog wheel instead of the pendant
it's not like i cant reach it
pendants take two hands
much easier to touch off tools with a wheel that's mounted solid to something
also if you want to use touchy, the extra controls on the pendant aren't worth much
that stuff (and more) is on-screen
thats what i figured
touchy uses the wheel for jogging, feed override, spindle override, max velocity
cradek: would think a 3" wood screw in your motorcycle tire would hurt?
time for a new tire?
it went through the very edge of the rear tire on the bluewing
glad you didn't get hurt
I'm not sure, I don't know how long it was in there
it was just a 1/4" from the far edge of the tire
kinda scary for sure
yea, time to toss it
fixing motorcycle tires is a bad idea
it didn't get into the belt or tube
just the flared out part of the rubber
no, mag wheels
with lug bolts :)
and you run tubes?
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I don't know what is in there LOL
well if you run tubes, i guess you can just throw a new tube in it
usually mags are tubeless
it's not leaking at all
probably tubeless then
I should have taken a picture
* jt-plasma needs to go and check the jerky
i wonder if i can make a chuck adapter plate for my HNC with a step chuck closer if i face it off and put some bolt holes in it
had to find a cheap chuck or chuck backing plate for a 4 degree taper hardinge spindle nose
eye of round
[22:07:03] <jt-plasma> http://suburb.semo.net/jet1024/recipes/jerky/soy-jerky.html
Bison is a cost effective chuck
My Hardinge has a A1-5 mount
* Jymmm thinks jt-plasma is just buying unsliced balogny and tosses it and some wet cardboard and calling it smoked jerky!
I'll send you some of that then LOL
the cardboard smoked balogny jerky ?
jt-plasma: OKEY!!! Cause I know you would never dare fsck up any of your gear with that crap! lol
a seasoned smoker is not something you mess around with =)
If you ever had some of my jerky you would NOT purchase store bought ever again just cry at night when you wanted some more
this batch should net about 6 pounds
Mario Theme played on Stepper Motors with an Arduino http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh2AWswAMvw&NR=1
it's amazing how fast it vanishes
for some reason yet unknown to me putube sound don't work on this computer
you have flash working?
* jt-plasma gets his glasses out
go here and see if you have any sound http://www.illwillpress.com/tech.html
* jt-plasma listens to Cream while Flash downloads
oops time to check the jerky again, at this stage you need to pay close attention to it...
I couldn't have said it better... http://www.illwillpress.com/NOXMAS22.html
nope no sound on either one
* jt-plasma turns The Wall back on :)
what's a simple way to grab a html page from a c program?
Jymmm: wget to a file, then read?
or link in curl
either that or open a socket
I was looking for something to use with popen()
source code availble
don't need the source really.. I want to use popen().. e.g. spawn a process which outputs the page to stdout
[22:39:44] <frallzor> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180446008108&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:US:1123
anyone need a nice milling pc?
jt-plasma: I think this is flash too, but try playing of of the songs http://mp3.walmart.com/store/search?action=all&keyword=Hello+Walls
aha, wget -O -
prints to stdout
jt-plasma: do you have any MP3's?
jt-plasma: download and try playing this... http://filebin.ca/rgyts/AndTheBeatGoesOn-Whispers.mp3
yay, it works using system() and wget ;)
now my radio will have weather forecasts
Jymmm: yes I have a bunch of mp3's
your file was blocked
Jymmm: wifi radio
yea, when I clicked it says blocked
Jymmm: started to build one
Reported Attack Site!
This web site at filebin.ca has been reported as an attack site and has been blocked based on your security preferences.
oops sorry about the blank lines
jt-plasma: OH, you have have phising websites enables in your browser
seems they are blacklisted
chrome also brings a big fat warning
The website at filebin.ca appears to host malware . software that can hurt your computer or otherwise operate without your consent. Just visiting a site that hosts malware can infect your computer.
jt-plasma: you can temporarily disbale that
for that specific link
alex_joni: infected my computer LOL
sorry, i was eating...my hnc has a 4 degree taper
I'm not sorry when I'm eating
it's an oddball, it should be 2 3/8-10 i believe
well you havent tasted my cooking
danimal_garage: does the nose have a 'T' shaped slot milled in it?
i have yet to see a hardinge taper on enco or anything like that
yea, it's the standard hardinge taper
as in Hardinge Taper lock
alex_joni: Building a radio... http://www.sparkbangbuzz.com/easy-ten/easy-ten.htm
usually the hardinge hnc's have a threaded spindle nose
but mine doesnt
* jt-plasma listens to "Too Drunk to Fish"
danielfalck: Hardinge has a special taper?
jt-plasma: we have a bunch of Hardinge speed lathes at work
most of them have a male taper on the nose
with a cam/slot for a pin to engage in
you just push the chuck or collet closer on and rotate it either way to lock
we have a few machines with the 2-3/68 x 10 thread
this one looks like an A1-5 mount...
that's good for your application
you can put any kind of collet nose on it that you want then
* jt-plasma listens to The Beat Goes On for some reason Jymmm
alex_joni: Cool =)
jt-plasma, you have a newer hardinge, right?
like a chnc?
[23:17:45] <jt-plasma> http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f163/johnplctech/Hardinge/P1010020.jpg
yes chnc 1
wow yours is basically the same iron as mine
with a seimens control?
nope, i had an old ge mark century
mine was from 1978
serial number 416 i think
barely used though :)
Jymmm: I'll let you know of the progress ;)
got a LCD going so far
micro + lcd + keys + serial port
alex_joni: just bored?
jt-plasma: you might see if you can find a system like this for your new lathe:
[23:20:46] <danielfalck> http://www.dunhamtool.com/cnc_collet_chuck.html
i'm going to take a picture of mine, i still havent done that
alex_joni: just seems that a pc would be easier
I have one of those that I put in my 4 jaw chuck on my manual lathe
Jymmm: not much easier
alex_joni: how so?
well.. first you need to fit it into a small enclosure
then some display, can't use a 15" TFT in the kitchen for a radio
so it's the same thing really
alex_joni: Ok, I guess I just dont "get it" =)
DS would make a good little wifi radio
alex_joni: So, where do you hook up the speakers?
MattyMatt may I brag now? :P
if you like :)
[23:31:18] <frallzor> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=180446008108&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:US:1123
thats cheap and 1 is mine!
and 1 for anyone else here, make a move!
even with the insane shipping here its awesome
is someone shipping it for you? they say US only
i contacted him
most ppl allways tend to ship over seas
even gave him a little extra for it =)
I NEVER ship if it requires a customs form
it's worth it. it'll make the mill look ultra pro
well he gave me a price, and said I could supply other alternatives if didnt want usps
so I went with the usps.
insane, yes, but still not expensive compared to dhl etc etc =P
customsform arent that hard or time consuming
P3M? is that the fabled PentiumM that's 30% faster than the equiv desktop chip?
No, but waiting in ine at the PO for 50 mnutes is
here we can do it at home with a pc =)
not in the land of the free?
frallzor: he has more than one?
he had 5
ah an ebay trader should figure the best time to go the PO every week :)
good rep and so on, a loyal trader thats probably to nice for his own good
XP licence. worth $100 by itself
dang won't fit in the Hardinge
well you never know if its "legit" :P
i dont care :P
nor does M$ anymore. they don't support XP and will start sniping it soon with worthless security 'fixes'
whats interesting is to see if emc will like it
I wonder if RTAI could be ported to run with 9x or NT kernel
beacuse that box does show the mentality. make a custom industrial control box and then put windows on it
the computer i showed? =)
it looks like it'll take Linux fine tho :)
sometimes in a lifetime you step over a nice deal
this is my moment
do Eee have parport?
wouldnt count on it
even most new mobos doesnt
usb all the way
I got an old thinkpad , because I'd heard they were the best for Linux support
not a big enough hdd to dual-boot tho, so it's XP pro for now
I had an old lappie with my first mill
but it didnt like the dust it seems =)
died on me
but it was a bit useless with that enviroment :P
a nice vesa75 arm with that new pc would be nice
ugh my computers are being slow
i do not like photobucket's new template
[23:54:14] <danimal_garage> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v20/danielwilcox/DSCN0732.jpg
[23:54:26] <danimal_garage> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v20/danielwilcox/DSCN0735.jpg
there's my lathe
there's no rust, the brown is just dried up oil
[23:55:05] <danimal_garage> http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v20/danielwilcox/hardinge.jpg
that's with the old controller
doesnt appear that it was used a ton
paint is relatively intact, considering
this one is attached
yea, i like that
it's all wasted space over there anyways
good night alex_joni
just the sheetmetal from that controller weighed 400lbs when i took it to the recycling yard
this is how mine arrived V
[23:57:59] <jt-plasma> http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f163/johnplctech/Hardinge/P1010018.jpg
i moved mine in a 16ft penske
i dont have a forklift or anything
[23:59:21] <jt-plasma> http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f163/johnplctech/Hardinge/P1010019.jpg
we have a forklift but it is at the other shop LOL