#linuxcnc | Logs for 2013-02-16

[00:02:07] <andypugh> There are many, well several, cars out there with no tyres. For example the 1893 Benz Victoria. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b4/Benz_Victoria_(3hp)_(1893)_pic1.JPG
[00:03:53] <JT-Shop> that has tires...
[00:05:40] <andypugh> Yes, sadly I couldn't find a picture of one without the retrofit rubber bands. To be truly pedantic the steel bands originally fitted were called tyres, but were not, I feel, what ReadError had in mind)
[00:06:19] <JT-Shop> ah, I was thinking of steel tires like wagon and cannon wheels
[00:06:49] * JT-Shop is off to Hydes, anyone want some fish and chips?
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[00:07:56] <PCW> shoot some over here!
[00:07:57] <TheLargeRod> ok back
[00:08:37] <TheLargeRod> it seems that slowing down EMC a LOT helps the case
[00:08:55] <TheLargeRod> which of course I couldn't try right away because my x-axis screw went lose
[00:09:01] <TheLargeRod> so gotta wait for JB weld to dry up
[00:11:30] <andypugh> JT-Shop: Yes, the early cars had exactly that. of course roads were softer back then, it probably worked fine except in towns with stone cobbles.
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[00:39:55] <Jymmm> JT-Shop: Yes, do you offer free 30m delivery by chance? You can hit PCW on the way out too
[00:40:35] <Jymmm> PCW: I have yet to find fish and chips reasonable in the bay area.
[00:40:49] <Jymmm> PCW: $7 and up for this dinky lil thing.
[00:41:34] <Jymmm> andypugh: How much is F&C from street vendors?
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[00:41:59] <PCW> I have not had fish&chips in years, used to be good ones in Berkeley
[00:42:03] <Jymmm> andypugh: or holes in the wall
[00:42:24] <andypugh> it's not a steet-vendor thing
[00:42:48] <Jymmm> PCW: I look ALL the time, even hit Race St, they want $10 for a basket, and it doens't look that good
[00:42:53] <andypugh> Fish and Chip shops tend to be open very limited hours, which only the locals are aware of.
[00:42:59] <L84Supper> http://www.theredlionlincolnsquare.com/ all you can eat fish and chips tonight
[00:43:08] <Jymmm> andypugh: ok, so how much on avg?
[00:43:33] <andypugh> And it isn't cheap. It depends on the fish, and where you are, but £7 probably.
[00:43:47] <Jymmm> andypugh: quality?
[00:44:03] <Jymmm> L84Supper: I dont see all you can eat
[00:44:09] <andypugh> Generally very good, for the type I described.
[00:44:17] <L84Supper> Jymmm: every Friday
[00:44:29] <Jymmm> andypugh: I suspect there are far more curry places than anything else
[00:44:33] <Jymmm> L84Supper: ah
[00:45:28] <andypugh> Jymmm: Kebab shops probably outnumber curry places
[00:45:42] <Jymmm> Kubatay?
[00:45:47] <Jymmm> (sp)
[00:46:36] <Jymmm> andypugh: You guys now have good "fast food", we still have greasy stuff.
[00:47:25] <andypugh> A kebab is like a an elephant's leg made of lamb rotating in front of a gas fire. They carve it off as it reaches the peak of bacterial content, and serve it in a flat bread with a token salad.
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[00:47:51] <jdh> they use electric things here
[00:48:06] <L84Supper> cured meat on a stick!
[00:48:17] <jdh> Doner Kebab
[00:49:47] <L84Supper> I'm still looking for good fish and chips, pizza, and falafel in China
[00:51:11] <L84Supper> but if you enjoy eating things that most people throw away, you're in luck
[00:52:29] <andypugh> L84Supper: Are you in China now?
[00:53:11] <L84Supper> back in Chicago this week
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[00:58:31] <L84Supper> andypugh: if you need help getting something sourced from there let me know
[00:58:54] <andypugh> I was actualy going to ask if you have seen anything alive other than humans.
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[00:59:40] <andypugh> In Qingdao I can't even recall seeing any insects. I saw one cat, and not a single seagull. Which is just strange in a port.
[01:00:15] <L84Supper> animals at farms, lots of pets in the cities, ducks in cages at most markets
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[01:00:51] <L84Supper> was that last fall?
[01:02:22] <andypugh> No, April last year
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[01:02:36] <L84Supper> maybe it was still cold
[01:03:29] <L84Supper> haven't been to Qingdao yet though
[01:03:33] <andypugh> It wasn't warm, but that didn't seem to bother the seagulls in the UK or US
[01:04:49] <andypugh> My Garmin GPS is great. Their route planning software is horrible, and their website is worse.
[01:05:35] <andypugh> I can't buy a map update because I need to log on. I can't create an account because I already have one. I can't use that account because the password doesn
[01:05:56] <andypugh> 't work. Not even the reset one that they took an hour to send me.
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[01:11:07] <L84Supper> http://imagebin.org/246867 cats of Nanjing
[01:12:44] <L84Supper> I'm really surprised that there aren't more electrical fires in China or India
[01:14:21] <tjtr33> thats typical asian street wiring, gets crazy, in BKK i saw cops chasing a guy who was on the wires trying to escape
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[01:18:28] <tjtr33> thx for the red linon url, my old fac Atlantic Fish & Chips is gone. Ham, eggs, sausages, blood pudding and a Watneys... sigh
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[01:21:25] <andypugh> Well, i can't work the Garmin website, I can barely work the Garmin software, I can't get Inkscape Gcodetools to work, and I am a computer "expert". What hope do normal folk have?
[01:21:43] <tjtr33> re: TWOPASS=ON it does not work for POSTGUI_HALFILE, had to move the loadrt's to earlier .hal files , and the nets were ok in postgui
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[01:23:07] <andypugh> tjtr33: That makes sense, though I can see it isn't obvious.
[01:24:36] <L84Supper> FAB = free and broken software
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[01:28:13] <L84Supper> http://www.croatiaweek.com/paypal-packing-up-from-croatia/ what are the alternatives for buyers there?
[01:28:29] <L84Supper> any EMC users in Croatia?
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[01:35:30] <Jymmm> andypugh: Did you try logging in using a different browser?
[01:35:37] <Jymmm> andypugh: Did you try calling them?
[01:35:46] <Jymmm> andypugh: Which GPS?
[01:36:20] <andypugh> I sent them an email. They will respond in 3 business days.
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[01:36:33] <andypugh> I can't call them, it's 0136 here
[01:37:06] <Jymmm> Which GPS? Did you try a different browser?
[01:37:12] <andypugh> The GPS is a Zumo 660.
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[01:37:41] <andypugh> (so only a rather expensive one)
[01:38:18] <andypugh> I got the route downloaded to the GPS. The maps will just have to stay out-of-date
[01:38:29] <Jymmm> andypugh: What maps do you have now?
[01:39:14] <andypugh> Even downloading a route from Base Camp is stupid. It transfers it, but that doesn't make it appear in "Custom Routes", You need to No, you need to go to tools -> my data -> import data -> routes, then
[01:39:14] <andypugh> watch it crash and reboot it before it show up in "Custom Routes"
[01:39:24] <Jymmm> andypugh: City Navigator® Europe ???
[01:39:33] <andypugh> Jymmm: Yes, 2010
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[01:58:44] <Gene34> anyone here use an AMT encoder?
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[02:00:47] <r00t4rd3d> before http://i.imgur.com/2Phhw6h.jpg after http://i.imgur.com/XuDOhIr.jpg
[02:00:59] <andypugh> Not I
[02:03:49] <ReadError> so
[02:03:59] <ReadError> im not sure how tight to tension these belts on my R&P drive system
[02:04:32] <ReadError> was hoping tjb was around
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[02:05:33] <andypugh> ReadError: Do you read the mailing list?
[02:05:51] <ReadError> no ;/
[02:05:59] <ReadError> i get like 150 emails a day
[02:06:05] <ReadError> like 100 from work
[02:06:21] <andypugh> I posted a link to a pdf there from Contitech which said what belt tension to use.
[02:06:40] <andypugh> Basically half of the "torque tension" is about right.
[02:07:14] <Gene34> root4rd3d: Nice!
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[02:07:49] <ReadError> andypugh, do you have the pdf by chance?
[02:07:56] <ReadError> i can try searching later on my real pc
[02:08:46] <Tom_itx> andypugh, what are you gonna make with these forms?
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[02:11:52] <andypugh> Tom_itx: A new lid for: http://www.the22club.org/wp-content/gallery/90th-anniversary-dinner/img_6455.jpg
[02:12:17] <andypugh> If you look at the one the chap is holding, it is in a very sorry state
[02:12:22] <Tom_itx> heh cool
[02:12:43] <Tom_itx> looks pretty beat up
[02:13:33] <andypugh> Yes, it was repaied (for £270) three years ago. They swaged a copper ring in. It didn't work, it just tore off the whole rim.
[02:13:34] <Tom_itx> you plan to roll the edges together then?
[02:13:58] <andypugh> Tom_itx: Solder. (and a beaded edge on the outer layer)
[02:14:05] <ReadError> hey r00t4rd3d
[02:14:10] <ReadError> did i tell you i got my collets ?
[02:14:37] <Tom_itx> you could probaby mill it too
[02:17:52] <andypugh> Tom_itx: From solid?
[02:18:29] <Tom_itx> the molds
[02:18:41] <Tom_itx> well the piece too if you were ambitious
[02:18:50] <andypugh> Ah, yes, probably. Still have a CAM problem.
[02:19:02] <Tom_itx> huh?
[02:19:02] <Tom_itx> cam?
[02:19:05] <Tom_itx> i don't :D
[02:19:12] <andypugh> https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/pYomg8CstFoxtFfEtJZyxNMTjNZETYmyPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink
[02:19:37] <Tom_itx> ahh
[02:19:45] <Tom_itx> is that soldered on the top?
[02:20:16] <andypugh> The crown is soldered on, yes.
[02:20:55] <andypugh> It belongs to the 1922 club. Guess when it was founded :-)
[02:21:31] <Tom_itx> you sure don't wanna bugger that up
[02:22:28] <andypugh> I don't think the pot is nearly that old, probably 1950s
[02:23:02] <Tom_itx> you gonna use brass?
[02:23:26] <Tom_itx> oh, do you want me to face off the very end as part of the code?
[02:23:30] <Tom_itx> skin cut
[02:23:52] <Tom_itx> and do you prefer cutting center out or to the center?
[02:24:12] <Tom_itx> generally to the center i believe is the most acceptable
[02:26:53] <andypugh> I think with the tool geometry outside to centre makes most sense.
[02:27:03] <andypugh> Does the code work on your sim?
[02:27:10] <Tom_itx> i haven't tried it
[02:27:20] <Tom_itx> i've been lazy this evening
[02:27:53] <andypugh> No problem. I won't be doing anything for at least a week.
[02:28:07] <Tom_itx> i know for sure the post for the lathe needs some work
[02:28:16] <Tom_itx> but i've never had a lathe to polish it on
[02:28:28] <Tom_itx> we always MDI'd the lathe jobs
[02:28:46] <skunkworks> andypugh: did you figure out your backlash issue
[02:28:53] <Tom_itx> so maybe i'll gain from this too
[02:29:39] <andypugh> I normally use my macro config: http://www.bodgesoc.org/lathe/lathe.html
[02:30:18] <andypugh> skunkworks: In the dividing head? That's an issue for when I get back. Tonight was set aside for packing.
[02:30:26] <skunkworks> ah
[02:30:39] <skunkworks> leaving again?
[02:30:51] <andypugh> Yes, off skiing next week.
[02:30:56] <skunkworks> aww - nice
[02:31:07] <skunkworks> aww - nice
[02:31:13] <skunkworks> heh - where?
[02:32:02] * skunkworks hasn't skied on a real mountain yet
[02:32:12] <andypugh> I was in germany for new year, back for a week, then skiing for a week, back for a week, 2 weeks in Lapland, back for a week, now skiing for a week. I don't think I have had a weekend without a flight somewhere this year.
[02:32:46] <andypugh> Next weeks is Montgenevre (French Alps)
[02:32:59] <skunkworks> nice
[02:37:06] <andypugh> http://presseagence.com/lettre-economique-politique-paca/files/2012/09/montgenevrecreditl.martin.jpg
[02:38:20] <skunkworks> wow - that is pretty
[02:38:44] <skunkworks> The closest I came to skiing a mountain was jackson hole. (but it was in the summer)
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[02:39:14] <Tom_itx> just don't come back on crutches
[02:39:43] <skunkworks> once you learn how to fall - skiing as cake ;)
[02:39:51] <andypugh> They have pictures that make it look even prettier: http://img.over-blog-kiwi.com/0/20/07/69/201210/ob_55fd3d69637664e75d0e31f39c2339fa_img-3472.JPG
[02:40:32] <andypugh> Tom_itx: Too late, I already have a knee that will never be quite right again.
[02:42:41] <Tom_itx> andypugh, default positioning mode? incremental or absolute
[02:42:49] <Tom_itx> absolute is default
[02:43:09] <Tom_itx> G90
[02:43:15] <ReadError> andypugh, do you have the link to that pdf?
[02:43:24] <ReadError> this search isnt coming up with much on the archvies
[02:43:27] <ReadError> archives*
[02:43:38] <andypugh> Tom_itx: Absolute.
[02:43:59] <Tom_itx> right hand is positive move
[02:44:10] <Tom_itx> as is up on X
[02:44:24] <andypugh> ReadError: http://www.contitech.de/pages/produkte/antriebsriemen/antrieb-industrie/download/td_synchroflex_en.pdf
[02:45:03] <ReadError> ty sir, downloading now
[02:48:53] <andypugh> OK, I need to sleep. I think I will have to leave the GPS updating its maps.
[02:49:01] <andypugh> Night chaps
[02:49:04] <skunkworks> night
[02:49:04] <Tom_itx> andypugh do you have a sample lathe file i could look over?
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[02:53:37] <andypugh> Tom_itx: emailed
[02:54:00] <Tom_itx> thanks
[02:54:07] <Tom_itx> i'll try to improve on the post template
[02:54:25] <Tom_itx> laters..
[02:54:51] <andypugh> G'night
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[03:12:35] <Gene34> what hardware is needed for a ttl encoder to work with linuxCNC
[03:17:47] <skunkworks> ttl?
[03:18:07] <skunkworks> ttl can interface with the printer port depending on how fast you need to count
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[03:18:44] <skunkworks> mesa makes interface cards that take either ttl or differential
[03:19:59] <tjtr33> got jump cycles running on the edm, like peck drilling :)
[03:20:11] <tjtr33> but uses time_cut and time_movingabout.
[03:20:11] <tjtr33> the movingabout time is split into movingaway and movingback
[03:22:03] <Gene34> skunkworks: can you point me in a direction for hardware purchase using http://www.ebay.com/itm/Proform-Freemotion-treadmill-motor-3-8-hp-/200894157229?pt=US_Cardio_Treadmills&hash=item2ec63991ad
[03:22:26] <Gene34> skinkworks: as a spindle, and a http://www.cui.com/Product/Components/Encoders/Incremental_Encoders/Modular/AMT_100_Series
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[03:22:36] <Gene34> Skunkworks: as the encoder?
[03:28:51] <Tom_itx> does lcnc use G71?
[03:28:57] <Tom_itx> check for metric parameter
[03:29:06] <Gene34> and possibly a driver as http://www.galco.com/buy/KB-Electronics/KBMM-225
[03:30:53] <Gene34> assuming I can fit the encoder on the 3.8hp dc servo, what else do I need and will that driver work for a closed loop with linuxCNC
[03:32:18] <Gene34> I have seen videos of that servo with that dc drive work... but did not utilize an encoder
[03:34:52] <Gene34> http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=OWI6Nr1gAy0
[03:36:25] <Tom_itx> does lathe use G43?
[03:36:49] <Tom_itx> tool length offset
[03:39:19] <Gene34> please help
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[03:58:57] <Tom_itx> does lathe mode support turn and facing cycles? ie G82 G84
[03:59:16] <Tom_itx> appears those were redefined
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[04:57:11] <Tom_itx> do lathes use H word for tool length offset?
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[07:45:23] <DJ9DJ> moin
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[09:39:26] <b6> any gcodetools users know how to get it to pick better lead in/out points for plasma cutter?
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[10:13:47] <archivist> b6 lurk and re ask in a few hours when more plasma users are awake
[10:14:04] <b6> archivist: ok, thanks.
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[10:14:28] <archivist> although cncbasher also has plasma I think
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[10:35:41] <mrsun> hmm is there any free good gear calculating program ?
[10:35:44] <mrsun> :P
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[11:02:00] <archivist> depends what you want to calculate, I just use the calcs from the back of the HPC catalogue in a spreadsheet
[11:03:33] <archivist> http://www.hpcgears.com/technical.htm
[11:13:29] <cncbasher> b6:what problem are you experiencing ?
[11:14:14] <b6> cncbasher: sometimes the lead in/out points are really bad. like on a rectangle, it chose a corner, and the lead ins start outside the shape.
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[11:15:11] <b6> i thought if i added a node to the middle of the longest line segment, it would choose that point instead, but it didn't.
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[11:16:54] <cncbasher_> i'm not familiar with gcodetools .. however i tend to add an arc or line to extend a corner and select that as a start point
[11:17:10] <cncbasher_> have you tried sheetcam ?
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[11:18:04] <b6> cncbasher_: no. i'm trying to generate some gcode programmatically. i've asked on the gcodetools forum. maybe they know.
[11:19:29] <cncbasher_> ok , i tend to draw profiles in dxf and use sheetcam , takes me 2 mins and the jobs done
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[11:20:22] <cncbasher_> what are you trying to program , have you an example ?
[11:21:38] <b6> cncbasher_: my task is just arbitrary text -> g-code, no human intervention.
[11:23:52] <b6> i have a process. i think my only problem is just one detail of this plugin.
[11:23:59] <archivist> coding the human part is hard :)
[11:24:40] <cncbasher_> ok , i'll give it some thought , fonts can become a problem too
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[11:26:46] <b6> i don't know much about cnc, but don't you pick a leadin spot by looking for 3 consecutive nodes that form a reasonably straight "line"? and the middle node is the leadin point?
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[11:26:59] <b6> that seems intuitive to me. you don't want to pick sharp corners.
[11:27:21] <jthornton> you can use any point for entry with plasma
[11:28:24] <b6> hmm. but the leadin path should start inside the region you expect to throw away, right?
[11:28:33] <b6> otherwise you're scribbling on the good stuff.
[11:28:51] <cncbasher_> you need a lead in and a lead out so , say a 90 deg corner or use an arc in or out if on a curve etc
[11:29:04] <cncbasher_> yes correct
[11:29:10] <jthornton> yes you should use a lead in arc
[11:29:30] <b6> hmm, ok. i'll review the settings. maybe i told it to do something impossible.
[11:29:45] <cncbasher_> or you end up blasting a hole where you dont need or require one
[11:29:53] <jthornton> what is gcodetools?
[11:30:01] <cncbasher_> inkscape add on
[11:30:31] <jthornton> ah that thing Andy was fiddling with
[11:31:09] <cncbasher_> i have inkscape installed so if you need anything looking over just shout
[11:32:18] <jthornton> how do you add gcodetools to inkscape?
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[11:32:57] <cncbasher_> copy the files to the extensions dir
[11:33:12] <cncbasher_> then restart inkscape
[11:34:32] <jthornton> ah Nick did that
[11:34:41] <cncbasher_> yea
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[11:51:07] <jthornton> not very intuitive to use
[11:52:25] <cncbasher_> probably why i have left it alone , and stick with sheetcam
[11:52:53] <jthornton> yea, I use sheetcam too
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[12:15:17] <jthornton> http://imagebin.org/246921
[12:15:23] <b6> http://i.imgur.com/fL3i5Sa.png "h" looks ok to me, but the other two characters look bad.
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[12:16:35] <jthornton> http://imagebin.org/246922
[12:16:54] <jthornton> http://imagebin.org/246923
[12:18:01] <jthornton> b6 I assume you want to cut the inside of the letters out...
[12:18:08] <b6> right.
[12:27:08] <cpresser_> b6: you need to insert a point and set ist as starting point of the polyline
[12:28:35] <b6> cpresser_: yeah, but i have to do it through gcodetools, or some other programmable way. i can't do it manually. that's why i'm asking specifically about gcodetools.
[12:28:59] <b6> a good point for the "i" would be in one of the long sides, right?
[12:29:07] <b6> like, the middle.
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[12:37:57] <cpresser_> yes. that would be a good point
[12:38:54] <cpresser_> if you want some CAM tool to automatically generate nice gcode, you have to input it with the correct vectors. in most cases this means a little hand editing
[13:14:34] <Icekiller> guys im not sure if i should go for a kress or a hf spindle like this one http://www.ebay.de/itm/220V-1-5kw-Water-Cooled-Spindle-Motor-With-1-5kw-Inverter-VFD-/330740901170?pt=UK_BOI_Industrial_Automation_Control_ET&hash=item4d01b1a532&_uhb=1#ht_2598wt_1163
[13:14:45] <Icekiller> any recommendations price difference is like 60euro so
[13:15:54] <fragalot> Icekiller: I have that same dilemma
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[13:16:04] <fragalot> the HF spindles are a LOT quieter than the kress
[13:16:41] <Icekiller> yeq
[13:16:49] <Icekiller> a friend of mine has the kress
[13:16:59] <Icekiller> we always leave the room when he uses it
[13:17:08] <fragalot> the only reason i'm not going for the HF spindle atm is because of the size of the freq. regulator
[13:17:11] <fragalot> lol
[13:38:26] <Icekiller> rofl
[13:38:29] <Icekiller> fragalot how big i sit actually
[13:50:39] <fragalot> don't know exactl
[13:50:49] <fragalot> but it looks like a standard size for freq controllers
[13:50:53] <fragalot> which is too big for my purposes
[13:50:54] <fragalot> :P
[14:03:31] <Icekiller> what you doing with it?
[14:21:07] <Jymmm> Icekiller: That's kind of personal don't you think?
[14:21:45] <Jymmm> What fragalot does behind closed doors is none of our business.
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[14:48:58] <Gene34> anyone using a 7I29 mesa card?
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[14:50:42] <archivist> ask the real question instead
[14:51:27] <Gene34> Im curios what type of power supply will work for this card
[14:53:18] <Gene34> Im curious if this will work? http://www.galco.com/buy/KB-Electronics/KBMM-225
[14:54:21] <Gene34> or if it is overkill and a standard regulated power supply will work, perferably with a pot to adjust voltage
[14:55:10] <archivist> that is not a power supply it is a motor drive
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[14:57:20] <Gene34> can you confirm a regulated power supply will work?
[14:57:48] <archivist> probably dont need regulated
[15:00:29] <Gene34> do you know of a good source for a high voltage power supply?
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[15:04:58] <archivist> I would have to google, I would probably make something with a transformer, rectifier and capacitor
[15:06:15] <Gene34> I do not have your skill, and have not seen a schematic or bill of material to create one.......
[15:06:33] <Gene34> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lambda-LUS-8-5-Power-Supply-30A-105-132VAC-130-160VDC-/280901645295?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item41670af3ef
[15:10:35] <archivist> I do use a Lambda psu for my stepper machine, well known make, good, I just am a little untrusting of that listing, picture shows scratches and seller claims new
[15:11:04] <archivist> and am unsure of its output voltage, I think that is 5 volt
[15:11:07] <Gene34> what is your background?
[15:13:19] <archivist> electronics
[15:13:54] <Gene34> the pot on the image implies a 5vdc resolution with 5% change
[15:14:12] <Gene34> how many dc powersupplies have you made
[15:15:36] <archivist> hmm, really dont have a count
[15:16:13] <archivist> one design could be 2500 off, others 1
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[15:19:42] <Gene34> I will throw some money your way to create a bill of material, diagram for trasformer, rectifie and capacitor powersupply
[15:21:20] <archivist> there are many designs on the net
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[15:23:31] <archivist> that Lambda seller has got the output current in his advert wrong too it is 3.0 not 30 amps out
[15:26:09] <Gene34> good catch and figured it would need 220vac input for that output amperage. Anyway, yes there are many schematics on the net, and I am weak at best trying to make an isolated power supple, let alone identifying parts to purchase....
[15:27:00] <archivist> I downloaded the lambda data sheet
[15:27:44] <Gene34> by default... using a transformer does make it isolated.... correct?
[15:27:57] <archivist> yes
[15:29:08] <Gene34> awesome! I learned one thing today. Thanks!
[15:29:41] <archivist> what country are you in anyway
[15:29:48] <Gene34> fyi... am an engineer... just not an electical one :(
[15:29:58] <Gene34> us
[15:30:03] <Gene34> you?
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[15:32:46] <Gene34> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Systron-Donner-M7C160-15-Super-Mercury-Power-Supply-0-160V-0-15A-Power-Supply-/140861792112?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item20cc045f70
[15:32:51] <archivist> bargain lambda item 370757822606 there is a 5v amongst the items
[15:34:20] <Tom_itx> could someone with a lathe see if this file loads ok? http://tom-itx.dyndns.org:81/~webpage/emc/andyp/
[15:36:48] <archivist> Gene34, that is a bit of a beast, a bit over the top for motor driving and probably 30 plus years old
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[15:38:31] <pcw_home> If this is for the 7I29, The 7I29 is intended to be powered by a off line power supply (120V ---> Bridge rectifier --> LARGE electrolytic filter capacitor)
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[15:39:09] <pcw_home> a regulated supply will likely cause drive failure
[15:39:43] <pcw_home> (as they will supply power but not absorb it)
[15:40:19] <Gene34> Hello pcw, it has been a couple years since we talked last. Thanks for your input.
[15:42:25] <Gene34> I do not have the skill to create a bill of materials, vendor P/N's, and understand many do not want to assist since there could be a liability. I have cash
[15:42:45] <pcw_home> I really should make up a little power supply board with NTC surge protection/ bridge/ MOVs/chargedump relay
[15:42:46] <archivist> after reading the 7i29 manual a bit more, it has the isolation you need
[15:42:48] <Gene34> please help
[15:43:19] <archivist> as long as you are in the usa on 110v :)
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[15:44:27] <pcw_home> You can use a 240/120 control transformer if you only have 240
[15:44:30] <Gene34> hehehe I am comfortable and have wired several 220 outlets to several garages since all garages need a couple :) but I am faltering on this effort for dc supply
[15:45:45] <Gene34> can I throw some cash your way pcw to help in your efforts?
[15:48:21] <pcw_home> Its good to be cautious , we had a customer that blew up a couple 7I29 drives and finally gave up on our stuff
[15:48:23] <pcw_home> (his firts mistake was no output filter capacitor) its not rocket science but mistakes with power electronics will cause failure in microseconds
[15:49:34] <pcw_home> I will make a schematic/part list
[15:50:39] <Gene34> I can send money paypal or visa when you feel ready to release. Many thanks!
[15:50:58] <Gene34> I can also send it now in hopes you complete the effort also :)
[15:51:02] <pcw_home> You can use a transformer if you wish, it bigger/more expensive but make the motor power wiring safer if you accidentally come in contact with it
[15:52:18] <pcw_home> I'm supposed to be doing this for another customer anyway...
[15:53:38] <Gene34> I know you are spread thin...
[15:56:03] <Gene34> Thanks! I must go and attempt to enjoy this weekend
[15:57:13] <mikegg> http://pastebin.com/HmYmrPxv
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[15:57:52] <mikegg> I have a thread, pid.0.command is nonzero, feedback is nonzero, pid.0.enable is true
[15:58:05] <mikegg> but the pid.0.output remains stuck at 0
[15:58:41] <mikegg> it's got to be something simple i've overlooked
[15:59:03] <pcw_home> 0 P gain?
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[15:59:25] <pcw_home> addf?
[16:00:09] <mikegg> no, P gain is set to one, and the show thread indicates that the do-pid-calcs is hooked in right
[16:01:06] <mikegg> should time and max_time on show thread be non-zero?
[16:01:52] <mikegg> ahh
[16:01:54] <pcw_home> Yes
[16:01:57] <mikegg> forgot "start"
[16:03:05] <mikegg> huh, still non-zero
[16:10:16] <mikegg> well that's a little strange. but it's working
[16:10:51] <mikegg> I'm calling "show thread" from the hal file. time and max-time are both zero
[16:11:05] <pcw_home> I never messed with the threads module
[16:12:08] <pcw_home> does show thread show all threads?
[16:12:09] <mikegg> ok, if I fire up another terminal and do a haldcmd show thread, they are non-zero
[16:12:42] <mikegg> so I guess the thread hasn't quite got-going when you show thread in the halfile
[16:12:49] <mikegg> yes, only one thread
[16:13:19] <pcw_home> yeah show is a one time thing
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[16:14:41] <pcw_home> I'm sort of surprised it does anything embedded in a hal file
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[16:40:47] <JT-Shop> mikegg: use halmeter to monitor a hal value
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[17:12:32] <Tom_itx> JT-Shop, what format do you use on arcs on your lathe?
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[17:33:10] <JT-Shop> center
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[17:47:47] <JT-Shop> for all arcs
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[17:54:05] <Tom_itx> center and end
[17:54:13] <Tom_itx> I & K ?
[17:54:18] <Tom_itx> for lathe
[17:54:50] <Tom_itx> is that considered 'radius mode'?
[17:55:39] <jthornton> http://linuxcnc.org/docs/html/gcode/gcode.html#_center_format_arcs
[17:56:10] <Tom_itx> wanna try loading a file?
[17:56:18] <Tom_itx> it loaded in sim
[17:56:31] <Tom_itx> but i just used lines instead for arcs for now
[17:58:25] <Tom_itx> ok i'm pretty sure that's what i'm using... center format
[17:58:53] <Tom_itx> oops, gotta run..
[17:58:57] <jthornton> just heading to pick up the gang
[17:59:06] <jthornton> me too
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[18:25:53] <mikegg> cool, I've got a temperature PID loop running through an arduino
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[18:27:06] <mikegg> the temperature sensor is a little noisy or something. and if you peg the ADC it faults on divide by zero
[18:27:20] <Loetmichel> re @ home
[18:30:33] <mikegg> pcw_home: I did get a couple of V-F converters and some SMD breakout boards as a backup, like you said...
[18:32:20] <mikegg> using the arduino will make all the wiring & connections more easy I think.
[18:32:37] <mikegg> my electronics enclosure is already a mess..
[18:33:29] <mikegg> I need to bite the bullet and start buying amphenol connectors.
[18:35:46] <skunkworks> I am using the arduino to measure spindle temp.. seems to work quite well
[18:36:06] <skunkworks> (using jeplers hal/arduino interface)
[18:36:16] <mikegg> yeah, me too
[18:37:15] <skunkworks> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-CdFd2Zakc&feature=share&list=UUHk52YjGT8HryRYmJKSl-lg
[18:38:51] <mikegg> man, that's slick
[18:39:17] <mikegg> I'm going to use it for a dual FDM extruder
[18:39:27] <mikegg> hopefully
[18:41:32] <mikegg> I need to tie in the step drivers. and not smoke both of them, this time
[18:42:16] <mikegg> I should go sacrifice a chicken first
[18:45:46] <skunkworks> neat
[18:46:51] <Loetmichel> skunkworks: NICE. bur only necessary for big spindles, am i right?
[18:47:36] <Loetmichel> i dont thing a 800W chinese HF spindle will enongate much when the Temperature goes up from 20°c to 35°c...
[18:47:50] <Loetmichel> (it doesent get warmer, watercooled)
[18:47:59] <Loetmichel> s/thing/think
[18:48:08] <skunkworks> On this old machine - the spindle sticks out from the ways about 12". so when it goes from room temp to 110 degres - the spindle grows about .003" or so
[18:48:13] <Loetmichel> *elongate
[18:48:29] <skunkworks> enough to be an annoyances...\
[18:48:38] <Loetmichel> my machine is not very big...
[18:49:10] <Loetmichel> http://www.cyrom.org/palbum/main.php?g2_itemId=14040
[18:49:38] <seb_kuzminsky> ooohh, shiny! http://denver.craigslist.org/bfd/3601296380.html
[18:49:41] <archivist> small machine trying to make something to .0003" may need temperature compensation
[18:49:59] <Loetmichel> i dont think it will deform much mti the 10 or so degeees celsius ith heats up
[19:00:37] <mrsun> http://www.maskinisten.net/userpix/929_from_the_end_1.jpg that must be the least rigid solution ive ever seen :P
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[19:03:58] <archivist> that has to be screaming
[19:06:39] <L84Supper> what if you're going for a rough finish? Seems perfect
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[19:09:03] <archivist> I remember the noise from a job I did :)
[19:09:50] <pcw_home> Yeah thats how do you get that special chatter finish
[19:10:10] <r00t4rd3d> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI1_HYH74h4#t=12m17s
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[19:29:08] <skunkworks> I guess - if the lathe bead isn't long enough
[19:29:16] <skunkworks> you do what you can do
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[19:46:21] <Jymmm> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ci_slmRFEc
[19:46:30] <Jymmm> Seriously?! PHUK THAT!
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[20:03:32] <mrsun> https://plus.google.com/photos/112857503660532884288/albums/5845629767575099665 beginnings of my ball turning attachment of the lathe =)
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[20:12:10] <mrsun> what i dont get is the location of the 0 mark on the cross slide ...
[20:12:28] <mrsun> makes it quite impossible to set angles that you can see what you set it to or not have to lean over the lathe
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[22:04:39] <DJ9DJ> gn8
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[22:42:27] <Jymmm> THE ALIENS HAVE LANDED https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=F-8KH18ZMqQ#!
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[22:50:04] <micges> scary
[22:51:40] <skunkworks> I don't think that is quite real
[22:51:54] <skunkworks> (like I think that is a valcano basin or such)
[22:53:38] <micges> possible
[22:54:09] <micges> scary is that 5h later it would hit my area
[22:56:19] <tjtr33> its all because of global warming, those were heat seeking meteors
[22:56:39] <micges> haha
[23:01:39] <Jymmm> 6ft of snow and ice is heat seeking???
[23:02:06] <cradek> mass-seeking
[23:03:20] <r00t4rd3d> i dont see what church has to do with it
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