#linuxcnc-devel Logs

Jun 28 2022

#linuxcnc-devel Calendar

12:51 AM pere: seb_kuzminsky: sure, it should work.
12:58 AM pere: seb_kuzminsky: regarding <URL: https://github.com/LinuxCNC/linuxcnc/commit/98a847899ee6bc59406bcee9fc79bac310e2bdd8 >, why is the abs() call needed to switch away from libtk-img?
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09:48 AM seb_kuzminsky: pere: i saw the abs thing and assumed it was something that slipped in by mistake, but i didn't ask jepler about it
11:17 AM pcw--home: ss
11:46 AM pcw--home: snek
12:15 PM seb_kuzminsky: we got a python fan i see
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04:28 PM pere: is there a way to show the X axis velocity over time? Want to tune my axis motor controller to stay still when the control voltage is zero, and need a way to help me see if I tune the right direction.
04:29 PM pere: can halscope do this? If so, how?
05:39 PM roguish[m]: pere: YES. halscope can show joint or axis velocity. works inherently over time. you need a trigger signal. I usually use commanded velocity. you're probaably looking for feedback velocity. you can also write out (capture) what is on the screen.