#emc | Logs for 2011-08-03

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[00:05:52] <JT-Shop> yea, almost no shadows
[00:06:40] <JT-Shop> Danimal_garage: are your walls painted?
[00:07:31] <Danimal_garage> not yet
[00:07:38] <Danimal_garage> some are
[00:07:41] <Danimal_garage> not all
[00:07:56] <JT-Shop> I was amazed at how much that made a difference
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[00:08:54] <Danimal_garage> i used to have no drywall, just that made a big difference
[00:09:02] <Danimal_garage> light grey vs bare lumber
[00:09:13] <JT-Shop> yea, that is pretty white already
[00:10:18] <andypugh> I think there is a bug with extents in Axis.
[00:10:27] <JT-Shop> I'm really stoked to be this far... can't wait to move the plasma cutter in and get a bit organized
[00:10:37] <JT-Shop> andypugh: have you found something?
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[00:11:34] <Danimal_garage> is the lathe and vmc in already?
[00:11:46] <JT-Shop> no, they will be last in
[00:12:05] <JT-Shop> lathe then vmc after all else is done
[00:12:27] <JT-Shop> I'm hoping for a bit of a break in temperatures for the outside part of the move
[00:13:15] <JT-Shop> I just put my desk down on the floor Friday :)
[00:13:32] <andypugh> Well, running the same code in 2.4.3 and 2.6 with the "exceeds extents" edited to _always_ print, and to report the limits.. 2.6 says the max is 6.55 and the program goes to 7.937 in Y. 2.4.3 says that the max is 6.55 and the program goes to 4.499 in Y. Moving the cutter to the highest Z cut shows that 4.499 is correct.
[00:14:40] <andypugh> Guess what the Z tool length is?
[00:14:49] <JT-Shop> dunno
[00:14:56] <JT-Shop> the difference?
[00:14:59] <andypugh> Yup
[00:15:10] <andypugh> 3.438
[00:15:41] <JT-Shop> so the Z tool length is getting added to the Y?
[00:15:47] <andypugh> So it appears.
[00:16:00] <IG-garage> bugh, 7:12 AM, need to go to my new work.
[00:16:06] <JT-Shop> that is something concrete to chew on
[00:16:37] <JT-Shop> funny your on the opposite side of the earth from me
[00:16:48] <JT-Shop> it's 7:17pm here
[00:17:20] <JT-Shop> now to finger out where it is being added...
[00:17:30] <andypugh> I think I can guess.
[00:17:46] <JT-Shop> that's more than I can
[00:19:41] * JT-Shop heads inside as I'm the chef of the day
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[00:20:19] <Tom_itx> chef jt, what's on the menu?
[00:20:21] <andypugh> gcodemodule.cc line 750. Perhaps there is one too few "unused"s
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[00:33:25] <IG-garage> a
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[00:42:06] <andypugh> Fixed it..
[00:48:23] <Tom_itx> good stuff
[00:48:45] <Tom_itx> got my probe switch soldered
[00:48:55] <Tom_itx> the ball bearings..
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[00:59:49] <Danimal_garage> It's all ball bearings these days....
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[01:00:49] <andypugh> crossed-rollers are better.
[01:02:14] <Danimal_garage> Perhaps, but the quote from the movie isn't "It's all crossed-roller bearings these days..."
[01:02:44] <andypugh> I didn't recognise it as a film quote.
[01:03:57] <Danimal_garage> Good thing you're not American, you'd get your citizenship card revoked for not knowing every line from the movie Fletch
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[01:07:40] <andypugh> I am aware that there was a movie of that name. I would even hazard a guess that it might have featured Chevy Chase. Other than that, I know nothing about it
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[01:11:37] <Danimal_garage> lol
[01:12:14] <andypugh> Right, my work here is done
[01:12:24] <Danimal_garage> that's back when Chevy was good. Unfortunately he gave up his cocaine habbit and along with it his sense of humour
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[01:12:32] <Tom_itx> heh
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[01:33:51] <Tom_itx> http://tom-itx.dyndns.org:81/~webpage/emc/probe_wiring1.jpg
[01:33:54] <Tom_itx> http://tom-itx.dyndns.org:81/~webpage/emc/probe_wiring2.jpg
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[01:59:58] <Danimal_garage> man i'm actually getting close to putting in an 8 hour day today!
[02:00:06] <Danimal_garage> this is too much like work
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[03:03:51] <Sairon> hi
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[03:48:02] <Connor> okay, so, my new vise came with these little square slugs and screws.. Looks like your suppose to put them on the bottom of the vise, and it's suppose to keep the vise square with the table.. only problem is, they don't fit the groves in the vise, or the table.. they're a bit too big.. is this normal ?
[03:48:12] <Connor> Does anyone use those things?
[03:54:39] <Sairon> yeah, normal
[03:54:44] <Sairon> where'd you get the vice?
[03:54:50] <Sairon> er, vise
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[03:55:49] <Connor> Shars
[03:57:02] <Sairon> oh, ok
[03:57:08] <Sairon> hmpf. never used their stuff
[03:57:45] <Connor> It's a cheaper one.. $89.00.. Looks okay.. jaws look good.. I just wasn't sure if that was normal.. and, not sure how many people bother to use them..
[04:00:09] <Sairon> oh, wow, $89?
[04:00:21] <Connor> yea
[04:00:33] <Sairon> naw, it seems i've never had a vise that they fit right
[04:00:50] <Sairon> i've considered grinding them to the right size
[04:00:53] <Sairon> but, eh
[04:01:30] <Tom_itx> you've never gotten a kurt either
[04:01:40] <Connor> http://www.shars.com/products/view/62/5x5x112quot_Lock_Down_Precision_Milling_Machine_Vise
[04:01:55] <Sairon> it's true that i've never gotten a kurt
[04:02:03] <Connor> http://www.shars.com/products/gallery/62/202-1022F.jpg/
[04:04:04] <Tom_itx> http://www.kurtworkholding.com/workholding/anglock_d.php
[04:04:14] <Tom_itx> defacto standard
[04:04:53] <Sairon> true, true
[04:05:01] <Connor> Yes, very nice vice.. WAAAY out of my price range.. WAY out of it ..
[04:05:05] <Sairon> i took the balance and went with another brand
[04:05:18] <Sairon> because i needed the budget room for other stuff
[04:05:32] <Sairon> i'd like to do a side-by-side comparison some time
[04:06:10] <Sairon> damn
[04:06:18] <Tom_itx> we had a 6 or 8" on every mill in the shop and sometimes 2 or 3
[04:06:22] <Sairon> just looked at the details on one of their vices
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[04:06:38] <Sairon> http://www.kurtworkholding.com/hdm690-p-2573-l-en.html
[04:07:17] <Sairon> there's a place up the road from me
[04:07:21] <Sairon> where you can rent machine time
[04:07:28] <Sairon> but you have to bring all your own stuff
[04:07:35] <Sairon> i.e. vises, tooling, even collets
[04:07:55] <Sairon> i think finding the right vise is going to be one of my first steps
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[07:23:02] <Loetmichel> moin
[07:23:14] <Loetmichel> s/moin/mornin'
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[10:12:13] <IG-garage> Loetmichel: howdy
[10:13:56] <IG-garage> heh, i have seen some Russian cnc lathe. From CNC there are only keys on the keyboard, and lack of any gears. Some steppers 200x200x400 millimeters. Rigid frame.
[10:14:39] <IG-garage> Other CNC machines are very sophisticated, have multiple axes.
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[10:17:44] <Fox_Muldr> anyone know why emc uses massive cpu load until it is unusable when using "repeat" instructions within g-code? when i flatten the loop to a sequence it needs no cpu power at all. but the code gets longer :(
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[10:33:16] <elmo40> pastebin your code. someone will help troubleshoot
[10:40:40] <jthornton> endless loop will do it
[10:45:33] <Fox_Muldr> it is only a loop with 5 iterations
[10:46:06] <IG-garage> Technologists have said they use Unigraphics for this sophisticated mill. And I will download demo version and learn it.
[10:48:38] <Fox_Muldr> here is the loop: pastebin.com/cermayu0
[10:49:09] <Fox_Muldr> it is a simple automatic probe measuring sequence for 5 tools
[10:49:27] <Fox_Muldr> the comments are in german but the code is very simple
[10:51:10] <Fox_Muldr> when i expand the code and copy the looping code five times in a row it needs no cpu power at all
[11:12:42] <jthornton> are you calling this from another file?
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[11:15:57] <Fox_Muldr> i'm loading it directly from emc. before the pasted code are a few linew which set the reference tool into var #1000 which i didn't paste.
[11:16:22] <Fox_Muldr> but the problem lies within the repeat statement
[11:18:05] <jthornton> can you paste the whole file?
[11:18:12] <Fox_Muldr> ok
[11:20:07] <sumpfralle> und was sagst du zu meinem Vorschlag mit dem uni-rechner?
[11:20:23] <sumpfralle> sorry - ignore this ...
[11:20:45] <Fox_Muldr> pastebin.com/VwNAmK57
[11:20:53] <Fox_Muldr> the complete code
[11:25:44] <Fox_Muldr> tool 1 is the reference tool. and all other tools should get the length offset compared to tool 1. i already used the exŘanded code version to measure the tools without problems
[11:25:46] <jthornton> Parameters #1 - #30 are local to the subroutine so change the numbered parameters to a number above 30
[11:26:03] <jthornton> otherwise you have an endless loop
[11:26:28] <jthornton> or use even better named parameters
[11:26:30] <Fox_Muldr> ok, i try it with higher numbers for the vars
[11:26:46] <jthornton> http://www.linuxcnc.org/docview/html/gcode_main.html#cha:O-Codes
[11:26:50] <Fox_Muldr> is it possible to use #var1 as var names?
[11:27:36] <jthornton> #<myvarname>
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[11:28:07] <jthornton> http://www.linuxcnc.org/docview/html/gcode_overview.html#sub:Named-Parameters
[11:28:31] <Fox_Muldr> hehe i didn't knew :)
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[11:38:38] <Fox_Muldr> i try again with named vars and test it
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[11:52:29] <Fox_Muldr> jthornton: thanks for the tip. seems that the low var numbers were the problem. now i changed them to named vars and it runs fine :)
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[11:52:49] <jthornton> yw
[11:53:56] <Tom_itx> how do you describe a probe pin in hal?
[11:54:32] <jthornton> do you mean what do you connect it to?
[11:54:39] <Tom_itx> yes
[11:55:00] <jthornton> motion.probe-input
[11:55:02] <Fox_Muldr> i connected motion-probe-input to a free parallelport pin
[11:55:22] <Fox_Muldr> ehm motion.probe-input
[11:55:30] <Tom_itx> ok
[11:56:04] <Tom_itx> do you need to add something to the servo thread to enable it?
[11:56:12] <jthornton> http://www.linuxcnc.org/docview/html/config_emc2hal.html
[11:56:23] <jthornton> no, motion is all ready there
[11:56:48] <Tom_itx> ok, i may test it later today
[11:56:51] <jthornton> start axis and use show hal configuration and browse the motion group
[11:56:57] <Tom_itx> i will
[11:57:24] <jthornton> so you might do something like net probe-in paraport... motion.probe-input
[11:57:45] <Tom_itx> it'll go into the 7i43
[11:58:03] * jthornton thinks there should be a probe example in the manual
[11:58:09] * Tom_itx agrees
[11:58:20] <jthornton> yea, I just used the paraport as an example
[11:58:28] <Tom_itx> i know, i'll get it
[11:58:50] <jthornton> did you see the latest photos of the shop?
[11:58:55] <Tom_itx> not sure
[11:59:15] <jthornton> http://gnipsel.com/shop/inside/inside.xhtml
[11:59:23] <jthornton> just loaded them up
[11:59:27] <jthornton> last two
[11:59:35] <Tom_itx> http://tom-itx.dyndns.org:81/~webpage/emc/probe_index.php
[11:59:38] <Tom_itx> nearly ready to test
[11:59:56] <jthornton> nice
[12:00:02] <jthornton> you get a probe tip yet?
[12:00:22] <Tom_itx> no
[12:01:00] <Tom_itx> i'll stick something on the end for now
[12:01:19] <archivist> I see scrap stacked, are you sure that space is large enough?
[12:01:34] <jthornton> I'm sure it is not big enough
[12:01:59] <Tom_itx> way too many chairs
[12:02:04] <Tom_itx> all you need is 1 lazyboy
[12:02:35] <jthornton> all the furnishings came from a friends doctor office he was not using anymore
[12:02:45] <archivist> what..walk to a chair?
[12:02:45] <jthornton> file cabinets, desk, chairs
[12:03:34] <jthornton> the anvil keeps the table from floating off
[12:03:35] <Tom_itx> drill chart on the wall?
[12:03:39] <archivist> Ive just been looking at ebay for cupboards and draws for the garage
[12:03:43] <Tom_itx> i need to find another one somewhere
[12:03:58] <jthornton> got this one from the mcmaster carr salesman
[12:04:08] <jthornton> real nice and thick plastic coated
[12:04:22] <Tom_itx> i have a couple but they're getting worn
[12:10:11] <archivist> for fun today made an annular shim for the chuck on the southbend there is about 6 thou clearance at the moment, I wondered why it was never concentric
[12:10:49] <archivist> turned a 3 thou wall tube 2 5" ish dia
[12:25:35] <jthornton> did you support the od while turning the id or something like that?
[12:26:09] <archivist> only buy the solid still in the chuck
[12:26:12] <archivist> by
[12:26:24] <jthornton> wow
[12:26:47] <archivist> was delicate :)
[12:28:23] <archivist> measuring the od was not easy when it got springy, now I have to thing of fitting method, eg loctite/glue/epoxy
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[12:35:33] <anonimasu> should i bother posting on practicalmachinist and correct someone going step servo?
[12:35:36] <anonimasu> for a big machine
[12:36:17] <archivist> I would say yes
[12:38:12] <anonimasu> should I just scream emc2 emc2 emc2
[12:38:13] <anonimasu> :D
[12:41:34] <anonimasu> can you use heidenhain scales with mesa hardware?
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[12:48:26] <awallin_> anonimasu: do the scales have some proprietary data format?
[12:49:28] <anonimasu> they sell ttl interpolator boxes
[12:49:41] <anonimasu> that does 5 fold interpolation of the sin/cos signals
[12:49:42] <anonimasu> :)
[12:52:59] <anonimasu> http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/cnc-machining/heidenhain-encoder-questions-229966/#post1623134
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[12:59:22] <skunkworks_> anonimasu: how much are those 'boxes'
[13:01:17] <anonimasu> like 250-300eur
[13:01:48] <anonimasu> there are versions that's cheaper i think also, where there's no cover's and stff
[13:03:51] <skunkworks_> is that a single axis?
[13:04:14] <skunkworks_> anonimasu: how did your resover converter work?
[13:06:34] <anonimasu> yes but they are too slow
[13:09:36] <skunkworks_> anonimasu: how slow?
[13:12:48] <anonimasu> <800rpm
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[13:15:42] <anonimasu> mhm, a new mutliturn absolute encoder is only 300eur :)
[13:15:48] <anonimasu> with ttl output
[13:15:55] <anonimasu> 32760counts/rev
[13:15:59] <anonimasu> 32768..
[13:16:57] <anonimasu> PCW: http://www.wiki-kollmorgen.eu/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=FPGA+based+Sin+Cos+Encoder+Processing
[13:18:56] <anonimasu> endat is better.
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[13:23:48] <anonimasu> http://datasheets.maxim-ic.com/en/ds/MAX104.pdf
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[13:42:46] <pcw_home> unless you are making a cell phone base station or 'scope you dont need that fast an A-D for anything mechanical
[13:43:39] <skunkworks_> pcw_home: sorry about the hal files. :) it is a pretty complicated machine... :)
[13:47:04] <jdhNC> that's a lot of pins for a single channel ADC
[13:51:33] <Jymmm> I want a cell phone base station or 3
[13:52:31] <pcw_home> Mostly power and ground
[13:52:47] <pcw_home> thermal balls
[13:53:07] <jdhNC> looks like 16? for digital output
[13:53:35] <pcw_home> 16 differential
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[14:55:53] <anonimasu> PCW: well, with a fpga you could read the data very very fast from it probably
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[14:59:04] <Tom_itx> logger[psha]
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[15:03:35] <MOGLI> Helloo
[15:04:19] * anonimasu ordered trantorque's
[15:04:31] <Tom_itx> sounds expensive
[15:05:03] <Tom_itx> anonimasu, did you get your mounts ready to machine?
[15:06:54] <pcw_home> Yeah fast A-Ds almost always use FPGAs for interface
[15:07:23] <Tom_itx> what interface? spi?
[15:07:38] <jdhNC> 8bit
[15:07:51] <Tom_itx> mux'd or single channel?
[15:08:04] <Tom_itx> i presume mux'd are slower
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[15:15:28] <anonimasu> Tom_itx: no, were too busy to fix other stuff
[15:18:35] <anonimasu> Tom_itx: but I oredered the trantorque :)
[15:19:06] <pcw_home> Demuxed 2-1 for 500 MHz data rate (strait is 1 GHz is to fast)
[15:21:12] <jdhNC> I've got some systems with single channel giga-sample boards for ultrasonic data collection. Nifty boards, but incredibly expensive.
[15:28:00] <tom3p> i used the LTC1298 to sample analog data on a 10uS thread. worked fine with test pot but getting weird result with real signal. http://www.wallacecompany.com/machine_shop/EMC2/serial_adc/
[15:28:00] <tom3p> The signal should be a 100uS on 200 uS off but halscope shows 10>m<Sec. looks like i get out the Tek DSO to looksee.
[15:29:05] <pcw_home> Aliasing...
[15:29:33] <tom3p> dunno what that means but think its the 'weirdness' typical of digital smapling?
[15:29:39] <tom3p> sampling
[15:30:25] <tom3p> wikipedia agreess 'weirdness'
[15:30:55] <pcw_home> Basically means you are not sampling fast enough to re-construct the waveform
[15:30:59] <tom3p> so dual trace real scope may help, thx
[15:31:58] <tom3p> yeah, i get that its due to rate, still dont really grok what I see
[15:32:41] <tom3p> i changed the halscope thread ( the rate of sampling ) and got wildly different traces
[15:33:01] <tom3p> hmm maybe a real analog scope
[15:34:48] <jdhNC> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyquist%E2%80%93Shannon_sampling_theorem
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[15:35:28] <tom3p> at 10uS trhead, its 16 edges to sample one, so 32 cycles , 320uSec conversion. how fast is fast enuf? the signal being sampled is ~500Hz
[15:36:28] <tom3p> jdhNC thx
[15:37:15] <tom3p> i remember some vague rule of 22x but thought that was audio reproduction.
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[15:48:38] <pcw_home> Nyquist is 2X but becuse filtering is never perfect 3-5 times is better
[15:48:40] <tom3p> 2x or a bit more Fs/2 > F hmm making sampling as fast as possible is a bad thing
[15:49:08] <pcw_home> Oh no oversampling is a good thin
[15:49:16] <pcw_home> thang
[15:49:44] <pcw_home> (exercising to James Brown)
[15:50:07] <tom3p> hmm but the the result doesnt look like the input when its as fast as possible ( unless as fast as possible is not fast enuf )
[15:50:34] <tom3p> i'm going to the scope, gotta leave and go to the machine , thx
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[15:50:43] <pcw_home> yes thats what aliasing is (basically a beat)
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[15:54:21] <L84Supper> has anyone else noticed a lot of Tivoization of projects lately, or just lots of derivative works with all the fixes not being shared or obfuscated?
[15:54:52] <L84Supper> this project seems to be free of this
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[16:06:07] * anonimasu yawns
[16:09:41] * anonimasu order limit switches
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[16:17:38] <anonimasu> yay found a dspic devel board.
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[16:19:25] <anonimasu> 10Bit 1msps
[16:19:35] <anonimasu> 2 simultaneous samples
[16:19:42] <anonimasu> two four or eight.
[16:20:41] <anonimasu> pcw_home: that would give me 10 samples at 16000rpm per sin/cos period
[16:24:34] * anonimasu ponders if it's a better idea then the stupid sin/cos converter chips
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[16:31:00] <Tom_itx> anonimasu, isn't that what you want is better resolution?
[16:31:45] <Danimal_garage> morning
[16:33:20] <anonimasu> Tom_itx: yeah the question is can it do it at 3800rpm and will it work good enough
[16:36:57] <anonimasu> "That said, IMO it's silly to downgrade a working industrial control to a toy control like Mach. EMC, perhaps - at least it's closed loop not "step and pray". " haha
[16:37:00] <anonimasu> indeed
[16:37:52] <Danimal_garage> step and pray lol
[16:38:15] <Tom_itx> what do those boards cost?
[16:38:19] <anonimasu> like 20 eur
[16:38:20] <Tom_itx> and is it worth it to find out
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[16:38:28] <Tom_itx> oh that's not so bad
[16:38:30] <anonimasu> my sincos boards cost 50 eur
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[16:38:44] <Tom_itx> and worth it had you gotten a cable
[16:38:45] <anonimasu> no, it might be worthwhile and one can posisble handle 4 encoders
[16:38:56] <anonimasu> yep :)
[16:39:25] <anonimasu> well they are trying to fix that so i gotta ship stuff back to them now, and wait for them to send me a new one if they cant fix that then im sending everything back
[16:39:44] <anonimasu> with that dspic I could possibly interpolate x4
[16:40:03] <anonimasu> 16384 counts/rev
[16:40:34] <anonimasu> that turns out to 65536 counts/rev in quadrature
[16:41:03] <anonimasu> 0.000076299mm per count..
[16:41:31] <syyl> thats pretty precise ;)
[16:41:33] <anonimasu> allowing for jitter +/-10 counts that 0.007
[16:41:47] <anonimasu> mm
[16:42:03] <anonimasu> indeed, that fits the target of what I want
[16:42:32] <anonimasu> tho the sincos chips are able to provive 32768 counts/rev if they work :p
[16:43:00] <anonimasu> 0.00000381mm per count..
[16:43:11] <anonimasu> (yes this is a hobby lathe)
[16:43:12] <syyl> that are many zeroes
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[16:43:41] <syyl> so, one count is about 0mm
[16:43:41] <anonimasu> indeed
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[16:43:50] <syyl> so the lathe will never move ;)
[16:43:58] <anonimasu> the goal is to keep >0.01mm of tolerance
[16:44:06] <syyl> "rounding error"
[16:44:20] <anonimasu> so about 1/10th of that is what I want to be able to position to
[16:44:33] <anonimasu> so I have margin for following error and stuff
[16:44:38] <syyl> hmm
[16:44:46] <syyl> do you add linear scales?
[16:44:49] <anonimasu> not yet
[16:44:57] <syyl> i want to do this on my mill
[16:45:10] <anonimasu> im planning to, but it's pointless if I cant position the motors accurately enough
[16:45:23] <syyl> yes
[16:45:29] <syyl> then the motor will oszillate
[16:45:35] <anonimasu> exactly
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[16:45:43] <syyl> or you have to set the deadband relative high
[16:45:54] <anonimasu> I have some chinese ones, but as heidenhain scales are 200$ on ebay that's a better option
[16:46:13] <syyl> friend has sony linear scales on his emc maho700
[16:46:25] <anonimasu> max error over one period is 2Ám for the less precise ones(if i remember it correctly)
[16:46:45] <syyl> it moves to about 2/1000 (measured by the scales)
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[16:47:08] <anonimasu> with the big mill can step 0.001mm
[16:47:30] <syyl> most times it moves by 1/1000
[16:47:36] <anonimasu> hehe
[16:47:40] <syyl> but sometimes it oszillates about 1/1000
[16:47:52] <syyl> heavy z-axis ;)
[16:48:07] <anonimasu> hehe
[16:48:28] <syyl> and i am going for steppers and linear scales
[16:48:33] <syyl> experimental? yes :D
[16:48:42] <syyl> but some people did it, with success
[16:48:58] <anonimasu> I want to be able to hole +/-0.00 tolerances, we'll see if it's doable
[16:49:41] <syyl> my target is positioning within 1/100
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[16:49:52] <syyl> that should be possible with microstepping and closed loop
[16:49:56] <anonimasu> yeah
[16:50:07] <syyl> its just a mill ;)
[16:51:34] <syyl> lathe will be cnc one day, too
[16:51:43] <anonimasu> lathe's are alot easier :)
[16:51:48] <syyl> only two axis...
[16:51:58] <syyl> three, if i want a indexable spindle
[16:52:00] <anonimasu> and toolchanger -_-
[16:52:05] <syyl> naa
[16:52:21] <syyl> more like a haas toolroomlathe :D
[16:52:25] <syyl> manual change
[16:52:29] <syyl> or gang tooling
[16:52:31] <anonimasu> I have 2 perfect parts for a cnc lathe, but im going to hand turn them since my lathe isnt done yet
[16:53:06] <syyl> i dont do very much production work
[16:53:11] <syyl> most time single parts
[16:53:13] <anonimasu> me neither
[16:53:28] <anonimasu> but at work I have some production stuff to be moved to this machine to make life easier
[16:53:44] <syyl> i think, i would prefer a good qctp
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[16:53:59] <syyl> like the multifix, that is already mounted :)
[16:54:03] <anonimasu> a turret is not so heavy to build either
[16:54:53] <syyl> gotta love those: http://www.anglo-swiss-tools.co.uk/Resources/image28.gif
[16:54:54] <syyl> :)
[16:55:07] <anonimasu> hehe
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[16:59:30] <IchGuckLive> Hi all Around the World
[17:00:23] <syyl> but anyway, first i need to complete my a-axis...
[17:00:27] <syyl> and my bonelle grinder...
[17:00:29] <syyl> and...
[17:00:31] <syyl> aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah
[17:00:34] <syyl> so much projects :D
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[17:15:16] <IchGuckLive> To mutch O.O
[17:19:39] <L84Supper> http://dynomaxinc.com/070A/ just FYI , they are actually hiring CNC Machinists and builders
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[17:21:27] <IchGuckLive> L84Supper: yes CNC specelistas are rear here in Germany 2
[17:21:38] <L84Supper> really!
[17:21:58] <L84Supper> everyone moved to China or?
[17:22:45] <IchGuckLive> no there is so mutch work for 4 Shifts and only people for 2
[17:23:03] <IchGuckLive> Quality made by Germany
[17:23:18] <syyl> there are enough cnc machinists over here
[17:23:46] <IchGuckLive> syyl: USA ?
[17:23:50] <syyl> germany
[17:23:51] <syyl> ._.
[17:24:22] <L84Supper> Dynomax has some aerospace contracts, otherwise most people I talk to in the US without gov or mil contracts are real slow
[17:24:24] <IchGuckLive> get your Texas State and alasca under control and it will go up
[17:25:13] <L84Supper> start paving the roads with the bodies of bankers?
[17:25:29] <syyl> band foundation for a road
[17:25:51] <L84Supper> maybe just for decoration
[17:26:07] <syyl> you want to scare the hell out of the people?
[17:26:16] <syyl> :D
[17:26:17] <IchGuckLive> republicans are good if the econemy is high but not when 99% of the people are figting for the Living standard
[17:26:26] <L84Supper> it's been proven to work here
[17:26:36] <alex4nder> IchGuckLive: gun parts are also selling well
[17:26:53] <alex4nder> : |
[17:26:58] <IchGuckLive> alex4nder: Agree B)
[17:27:42] <alex4nder> everyone with a reasonably sized CNC mill and the right FFL/SOT paperwork is making AR-15 lower receivers.
[17:28:00] <IchGuckLive> if people live together and work togeter for a better future is better then fighting your naigbour for your own plesend
[17:28:21] <L84Supper> not the American way :)
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[17:29:39] <alex4nder> I take my lessons from the swiss.
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[17:29:49] <L84Supper> any tried Hiwin automation parts? http://www.hiwin.com/
[17:30:12] <L84Supper> made in Taiwan but office in the US
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[17:30:50] <IchGuckLive_> Sory heavy thunderstorms here
[17:31:02] <syyl> hiwin is ok
[17:31:14] <syyl> but the low budged parts are only for positioning
[17:31:21] <syyl> not for machine tools
[17:31:56] <syyl> (as with every manufacturer of liner motion pars..)
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[17:32:04] <L84Supper> syyl: I'm looking at their parts for inkjet, matdep, optical scanning etc
[17:32:18] <syyl> ok ok
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[17:32:51] <syyl> look in their datasheets, and you will find some adequate parts
[17:32:57] <L84Supper> few kilo loads, max accel/decel 1-2G, few micron accuracy
[17:35:16] <L84Supper> syyl: is anyone besides the CNC manufacturers selling linear parts big and tough enough for machine tool applications?
[17:35:57] <syyl> bosch, isel, hiwin, steinmeyer, and a few other
[17:36:25] <syyl> and of course schneeberger
[17:36:55] <L84Supper> I usually don't have the loads
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[17:38:24] <L84Supper> http://www.schneeberger.com/products/positioning-and-motion-systems/products/large-format-system-sector/ heh, some of the wide format printer co's buy from them
[17:39:10] <syyl> everything they have is pretty high quality
[17:39:16] <syyl> (and highprice..)
[17:39:41] <syyl> we sometimes order there at work
[17:40:31] <L84Supper> 2m x 3m gantry inkjet printer $250K-450K
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[17:46:52] <L84Supper> syyl: ever been to http://www.emo-hannover.de/homepage_e
[17:53:44] <IchGuckLive> YES
[17:53:54] <IchGuckLive> but i Prefer AMD
[17:54:19] <IchGuckLive> emo is 8hr to drive and to many chinese Manufacters
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[18:12:20] <syyl> no L84Supper
[18:12:32] <syyl> only euro-mold and metav
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[18:46:13] <jtektool> ehats the word of the day
[18:50:28] * jtektool hello world!
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[19:05:18] <Jymmm> Swampy!!!
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[19:06:05] <Jymmm> Swampy SWPadnos!!!
[19:06:34] <Jymmm> SWPadnos: I was just thinking about you
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[19:21:02] <syyl> does emc2 support pwm inputs?
[19:22:12] <cradek> syyl: that's not enough details to answer. please say what you are trying to do.
[19:22:18] <syyl> hmm
[19:22:43] <syyl> i want to connect a potentiometer for feed overide to my mesa5i20
[19:23:03] <cradek> you should use an encoder for feed override, so it interacts correctly with the onscreen controls etc
[19:23:12] <syyl> as it doesnt have analog inputs, i would go the way via a analog <-> pwm converter
[19:23:43] <cradek> halui has "counts" inputs for all the kinds of overrides, and can be set up to change by a certain percentage for each encoder count
[19:24:10] <syyl> so a "static" value, as with a potentiometer would be problematic?
[19:24:24] <cradek> yes
[19:24:35] <syyl> hmm
[19:24:43] <syyl> with a encoder it would be dead simple Oo
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[19:24:48] <cradek> with emc, you can have many user interfaces, and they'll interact correctly if you don't use a static value like that
[19:24:58] <syyl> every click as a in/decrease of feed
[19:25:13] <cradek> typically - one user interface is onscreen (like AXIS), the other is made of your knobs/wheels (like halui)
[19:25:22] <cradek> you want them to be able to cooperate
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[19:25:43] <cradek> yes that's right, every click changes it 1% or 5% or whatever you want
[19:26:32] <cradek> brb
[19:26:39] <syyl> thanks
[19:26:43] <syyl> that helps me :)
[19:26:54] <syyl> *back to the documentation*
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[20:06:46] <Technicus> Hello . . .
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[20:40:58] <alex_joni> free nexus for US guys today
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[20:48:04] <L84Supper> with 2 year contract :(
[20:48:37] <archivist> no such thing as a free lunch
[20:48:39] <L84Supper> I'd rather get 50% off an unlocked one
[20:50:11] <L84Supper> I wish the US had more wireless carriers
[20:51:52] <L84Supper> in Taiwan or Hong Kong, I can go to a 7-11 and buy a sim cards from several carriers for whatever time I want
[20:52:39] <archivist> long way to go to use a phone though
[20:53:25] <L84Supper> I have to fly and boy are my arms tired.....
[20:59:55] <jdhNC> wonder what the relative areas of HK/Taiwan vs. the US are.
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[22:14:03] <alex4nder> make
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[22:26:47] <L84Supper> jdhNC: I'm almost certain that the US is larger :)
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[23:24:51] <skunkworks> jeepers - 200ipm is fast when your not expecting it
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[23:49:40] <Danimal_garage> ha
[23:54:52] <JT-Shop> ho
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