Jun 02 2018
01:22 AM IchGucksLive: hi all
01:25 AM IchGucksLive: off 2 garden
01:59 AM XXCoder: lol https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGFE-H2UDjk
01:59 AM XXCoder: hes no myfordboy and others, but then its his literally first and second attempts
02:05 AM gloops: looks like another one pouring metal with shorts and face unconvered etc
02:05 AM XXCoder: hes using goggles
02:05 AM XXCoder: but yeah bit eposed
02:08 AM gloops: someone on facebook was asking - is it possible to melt ally and cast it yourself - i kept an eye on his posts
02:09 AM gloops: first few attempts like the one in the vid - as everyones is
02:09 AM XXCoder: I want to try myself, though with much lower melt temperate metal like pewler
02:09 AM XXCoder: I dont know if I want alum, maybe in future
02:09 AM XXCoder: im certainly not using oil fired kiln or anything. electric one good enough
02:09 AM gloops: last time he posted he had a big pile of ally brackets he'd cast then machined himself - going over totally to ally part production lol
02:09 AM gloops: over about 2 months id say
02:10 AM XXCoder: nice
02:11 AM XXCoder: so he now sells those eh
02:12 AM gloops: i dont know how much electric cost to run, i just used what i had laid around when i tried casting bigger plates, made a furnace with old bricks etc, id think electric would be much better if youre doing much
02:13 AM gloops: XXCoder yeah he posted something like - wow got my first order for ally part
02:13 AM gloops: then more, saying he wished he'd tried it years ago
02:13 AM gloops: then big piles of parts lol
02:14 AM XXCoder: I wonder if its well enough to move on from working for company lol
02:16 AM gloops: i know some of these diy machinists go on to make a good living - fair size workshops etc, but most dont
02:16 AM gloops: there was a kid the other day with a laser, might still see the post
02:18 AM gloops: Carlos Ramirez C
02:18 AM gloops: Yesterday at 2:51am
02:18 AM gloops: The best thing I made 2 and a half years ago , was joined to this group.
02:18 AM gloops: I save money and work day by day to bought my first cnc laser machine as a beginner, now the bussiness is growing Up. My CNC laser now is profesiónal and also the cnc router is for me amazing.
02:18 AM gloops: Thanks to everybody for your tips and photos thats helped me a lot to make this possible.
02:18 AM gloops: Have a great Night.
02:18 AM XXCoder: nice!
02:18 AM XXCoder: night.
02:18 AM gloops: goodnight
02:50 AM Deejay: moin
04:26 AM IchGucksLive: hi all
04:26 AM IchGucksLive: 2 more electroic cases to do today
04:26 AM IchGucksLive: need a biga Battery Drill
04:28 AM IchGucksLive: am i on no list
04:29 AM IchGucksLive: i dont like the xchat
04:29 AM IchGucksLive: chatzilla has been so comfort
04:30 AM XXCoder: very quiet here now
04:30 AM XXCoder: also, hi
04:30 AM IchGucksLive: hi XXCoder
04:30 AM IchGucksLive: i thaught you been a sleep
04:30 AM IchGucksLive: it has been a nice interesting but on my age very hard trip
04:30 AM XXCoder: was watching video lol
04:31 AM IchGucksLive: XXCoder, there have been around 50 foringeres
04:31 AM XXCoder: foringeres?
04:31 AM IchGucksLive: setup in a forestcamp near a lakeside noone know the name
04:32 AM IchGucksLive: but google saying it is clearlake
04:33 AM IchGucksLive: XXCoder, thre are many death around the forest work in your state dso they will dicide to change the workstrategie
04:33 AM XXCoder: cool :)
04:33 AM XXCoder: that is good
04:33 AM XXCoder: not deaths, the changes
04:33 AM IchGucksLive: full Remote controled Harvester for Rock climbing areas
04:34 AM IchGucksLive: the mountans are quite big for people like me
04:34 AM IchGucksLive: but it is the same Angle then we do here
04:35 AM IchGucksLive: Therfor the Germans where called in
04:35 AM IchGucksLive: We got our freek along
04:35 AM IchGucksLive: that impressed most
04:36 AM IchGucksLive: he
04:36 AM RyanS: I made a lathe tool post holder for a pencil die grinder. works ok, could grind as little as 0.005-0.01mm. only had a terrible mounted point on hand
04:36 AM IchGucksLive: Seattle airport changed quite since 1988 ive been there last
04:37 AM IchGucksLive: RyanS, use of it
04:37 AM IchGucksLive: what is the use of it
04:37 AM IchGucksLive: my english is getting more and more stupid
04:38 AM RyanS: for machining close tolerance fits
04:40 AM RyanS: it's always easy to go 0.02 under using cutting tools
04:40 AM RyanS: a poor mtan's toolpost grinder
04:40 AM RyanS: mans
04:42 AM gloops: i stuck a cheapo bench grinder over my lathe, works fine for little surface grinding jobs, in fact using it today to sharpen planer blades
04:42 AM gloops: main drawback with lathe grinders is getting abrasive dust in bearings
04:43 AM RyanS: i put cardboard on the ways
04:44 AM IchGucksLive: im off for CNC work
04:44 AM IchGucksLive: weathere is not good for bicicle topur
04:44 AM RyanS: I assume run the lathe slow rpm and feed for cylindrical grinding?
04:47 AM gloops: yeah there is much resistance for light grinding, i mount a vice on the carriage, got various angle plates and so on, for grinding flat stuff on the lathe
04:47 AM gloops: isnt
04:49 AM gloops: you can make all kinds of jigs for grinding tools, basically a wheel mounted in lathe chuck turns it into a tool and cutter grinder - youve just got that messing about setting it up, but for something you cant otherwise do its there
04:52 AM RyanS: yeah I need to make a diamond dressing mount to true up the stones
05:21 AM gloops: i need some downcut bits, cant believe these chinese timewasters on ebay
05:39 AM jthornton: morning
05:40 AM XXCoder: man this old tony video is bit overboard on sillyness but I like it
05:42 AM XXCoder: yo jt
05:45 AM jthornton: what video?
05:45 AM XXCoder: this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cygx0Ng6qMk
05:50 AM XXCoder: looks like hes recreating entire pasta machine
06:04 AM jthornton: XXCoder: got the shower pan finally installed yesterday http://gnipsel.com/images/bathroom/shower-01.jpg
06:04 AM XXCoder: way to go!
06:04 AM XXCoder: dang so many slats
06:04 AM XXCoder: studs?
06:05 AM jthornton: yea the shower surround glues to the studs so they have to be in certain places
06:05 AM jthornton: what a pain in the ass on the right side with plumbing and electric in the way
06:06 AM XXCoder: I bet
06:06 AM jthornton: the 2x10 on the left is for the fold up shower seat for the wife
06:07 AM jthornton: I have a 2x6 in the wide wall for a grab bar it's just out of the photo
06:08 AM jthornton: I need to build this http://www.rockler.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/OutfeedTable.pdf
06:09 AM XXCoder: not bad
06:20 AM gloops: i thought of making a sliding carriage with some round sbr rails - theyd be perfect, just the space it takes, would need to be ingenious to fold away
06:27 AM jthornton: sbr?
06:30 AM gloops: https://d2t1xqejof9utc.cloudfront.net/screenshots/pics/09bedb0e8004801b0d5c6fddbbb10f33/large.jpg
06:31 AM gloops: like those
06:31 AM jthornton: ah
06:34 AM gloops: in fact looks like what theyve used on this, round rail top and bottom https://www.poolewood.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/1901302901-P1-527x527.jpg
06:49 AM XXCoder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DbBwRzFX9s HMMMM
07:07 AM jthornton: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD1R3WzDhUo
07:10 AM XXCoder: yep bet that will be part of that printer
07:10 AM saldot: Not really linuxCNC related, sorry. But does anyone have the Teknic MSP software for configuring clearpath servos? Their website is down atm. =/
07:11 AM saldot: Installing motors on a CNC that will run linuxCNC so somewhat relevant. ^^
07:12 AM XXCoder: we talk about all kinds here though help is priority
07:12 AM XXCoder: no idea so cant help maybe others can :)
07:13 AM gloops: ive been drawing a love heart design in inkscape on and off for hours, never imagined building a router would entail this
07:19 AM saldot: found it.. yay. https://www.teknic.com/downloads/
07:19 AM saldot: oops. incorrect url. Never mind, i got it. =)
07:22 AM XXCoder: gloops: we go to lots of strange places though our lives. belive me, I know.
07:39 AM phipli: Hum. What happened to eSATA - my desktop (unexpectedly) doesn't have a port
07:39 AM phipli: irritating considering I have 5 eSATA caddies
08:19 AM Loetmichel: phipli: desktops seldom have
08:19 AM Loetmichel: but there are adapter slot covers for internal to Esata
08:20 AM Loetmichel: and you can usually set any onobard sata port to removeable (=external) in bios
08:21 AM Spida: Loetmichel: usually? haven't seen that in a while
08:21 AM jthornton: phipli: I've been making some fly paper cages http://gnipsel.com/images/chickens/misc/fly-paper-01.jpg
08:22 AM Spida: IMO, eSATA basically git replaced with USB (not for its speed, though)
08:24 AM phipli: Loetmichel, yeah, I have an adaptor from before
08:25 AM phipli: I hadn't realised there was a hotswapping option in some bios settings
08:25 AM phipli: I'll have to check
08:26 AM phipli: jthornton, what is the fly paper for? just catching them?
08:30 AM phipli: brb. just going to check the bios
08:44 AM jthornton: yes just to catch the flies and try to keep their numbers down
08:47 AM phipli: ta Loetmichel - motherboard supports it
08:47 AM phipli: I've plugged the adaptor in and enabled hotswap
08:47 AM phipli: You've just more than trebled my data transfer rates :)
09:22 AM IchGucksLive: hi all
09:22 AM phipli: afternoon IchGucksLive
09:30 AM Tom_L: phipli, hotswap did that or the adapter?
09:33 AM phipli: using esata instead of usb2
09:33 AM phipli: Interestingly, my 13 yo Hitachi deskstar gets /really/ hot to touch
09:34 AM phipli: but the Seagate Barracuda from 8 years ago stays cool
09:34 AM IchGucksLive: phipli, this makes copiing very nice
09:34 AM phipli: the deskstar was so hot I went and fetched my home made soldering 120mm fan
09:35 AM IchGucksLive: phipli, i got a usb HDD docking station to esata
09:35 AM phipli: IchGucksLive, yeah, I was expecting to be using eSata when I fetched the box
09:35 AM phipli: I have a SAS card in my old computer... but no SAS boxes
09:35 AM phipli: I was using it with a SAS->4xSATA cable
09:37 AM IchGucksLive: i need to restart xcat
09:37 AM * phipli waves
09:38 AM IchGucksLive: does anyone know xcat my user list has disapeared
09:38 AM phipli: just use HexChat sorry - it was installed
09:39 AM IchGucksLive: its a mess i will try hex
09:40 AM Tom_L: i had a mitsubishi that ran hot as well
09:41 AM phipli: I'm regretting setting the huge copy going before testing the speed of my new disks
09:41 AM phipli: I'm curious
09:42 AM Tom_L: once you go ssd you'll never turn back
09:42 AM phipli: not bought a spinning disk in about 8 years
09:42 AM Tom_L: ahh
09:42 AM Tom_L: rust buckets..
09:42 AM phipli: decided some of them were getting... old
09:42 AM IchGucksLive: there we go
09:42 AM IchGucksLive: hexchat
09:43 AM Tom_L: hexchat or xchat are similar
09:43 AM IchGucksLive: yes i see
09:43 AM Tom_L: i use em both
09:43 AM IchGucksLive: the same look like the same icons the same menues
09:43 AM Tom_L: one is being developed and the other isn't. can't remember which
09:44 AM IchGucksLive: more options
09:45 AM phipli: Tom_L, HexChat comes pre-installed on mint and ubuntu
09:45 AM IchGucksLive: oh you can ban on registert on hexchat
09:45 AM phipli: so I'd take a punt that it is HexChat
09:46 AM Tom_L: i think you're right
09:46 AM IchGucksLive: can someone tab my nick as it beeps
09:47 AM phipli: IchGucksLive,
09:47 AM IchGucksLive: no
09:47 AM phipli: check your settings
09:47 AM IchGucksLive: i do
09:47 AM phipli: Settings>Preferences>Alerts?
09:47 AM phipli: and Sounds
09:48 AM phipli: make sure a noise is selected
09:50 AM IchGucksLive: phipli, what is it called if you tab my nick
09:50 AM IchGucksLive: there are 100+ options under sound
09:51 AM phipli: might be "Beep"
09:51 AM phipli: I can't remember :)
09:52 AM phipli: I'll go and look (on my other computer)
09:52 AM IchGucksLive: as i offen got the frame i the back i woudt like to be informed if someone types my nick name as it has been standard in chatzilla
09:53 AM phiplii: IchGucksLive, yeah, it is "Beep"
09:54 AM phiplii: IchGucksLive, I've set mine up like this : https://imagebin.ca/v/43uT7yjV8KEE
09:55 AM phiplii: and only added a sound (a .wav) to "Beep" on the Sounds settings page
09:57 AM * phiplii heads back upstairs
09:59 AM IchGucksLive: Tom_L, can you tab my nick oones more
10:00 AM phipli: IchGucksLive,
10:01 AM IchGucksLive: no it may need a restart to get it
10:01 AM IchGucksLive: Loetmichel, alle neuen notebooks ohne HDD gekommen so ein mist
10:02 AM IchGucksLive: 8euro extra für die 40GB
10:03 AM fragalot: Hey
10:03 AM IchGucksLive: ;-)
10:03 AM fragalot: fixed the biax, gave the cellar 2 more coats of paint (fix wall, prime floor), weeded the garden, and had 2 trips to the tip.. Good day
10:05 AM fragalot: IchGucksLive: thank you by the way for that ebay link. :-)
10:07 AM IchGucksLive: Np
10:08 AM IchGucksLive: that is what the channel is for we sharer infos
10:08 AM IchGucksLive: 2 Eelcronics today mounted one to go 75% ready
10:08 AM IchGucksLive: and one fully checked
10:09 AM IchGucksLive: the new DM556 rns perfect
10:09 AM IchGucksLive: even ive they are cheep fakes
10:10 AM IchGucksLive: im off till later
10:10 AM IchGucksLive: Bye
11:03 AM phipli: Tom_L, transfer between the two new disks (
11:04 AM phipli: (max/min) = 200/194
11:04 AM phipli: on a 3.5GB file
11:04 AM phipli: not bad. Spiny disks have got better since last time I got one
12:41 PM IchGucksLive: hi
12:42 PM phipli: .weather
12:42 PM theCockerel: Yahoo! Weather - Derby, England, GB: Cloudy, 19°C (66°F), Humidity: 74%, Gentle breeze 4.9m/s (→)
12:42 PM phipli: hey IchGucksLive
12:44 PM IchGucksLive: Michael__, online ?
01:12 PM JT-Shop: .weather
01:12 PM theCockerel: Yahoo! Weather - Poplar Bluff, MO, US: Mostly Cloudy, 30°C (86°F), Humidity: 66%, Light breeze 3.1m/s (↑)
01:12 PM phipli: http://gcbasic.sourceforge.net/Typesetter/index.php/Home
01:12 PM phipli: Wonder if that would be good for my nephew
01:13 PM phipli: or perhaps I shouldn't get him learning a 40 year old language...
01:13 PM phipli: *50
01:14 PM phipli: heh. the intro makes it sounds like your programming options for mcus are assembly, or BASIC
01:15 PM JT-Shop: I still have the Peter North assembly book somewhere
01:17 PM phipli: I've never done much Assembly - wasn't good enough at programming when I was a kid with an 8 bit machine...
01:17 PM phipli: only ever did a little bit with MCUs
01:17 PM * fragalot still uses assembly today
01:17 PM fragalot: granted, it's only little parts of it where most of the rest is done in C, but it's still in use today. :P
01:18 PM phipli: mov l w
01:18 PM phipli: for speed I take it fragalot?
01:18 PM phipli: on what hardware?
01:19 PM phipli: x86? :p
01:19 PM fragalot: STM32 F7
01:19 PM fragalot: speed, flash size & ram size reduction, and sometimes just plain making use of what the CPU has to offer
01:19 PM phipli: what are you doing that needs that much speed (more than compiled C) on an F7?!
01:20 PM fragalot: high speed industrial controller
01:21 PM fragalot: pushing the boundaries to avoid using an FPGA :P
01:21 PM phipli: something with feedback info?
01:21 PM fragalot: but not being afraid of assembly or looking up the instruction set of the CPU you're using can be great
01:21 PM phipli: :)
01:22 PM fragalot: for example counting the # of leading zero's in a DWORD
01:22 PM fragalot: you could write a for loop... or you could just use the CLZ instruction and have it done in one line :P
01:22 PM phipli: was looking at old train WSP (ABS+Traction control) info yesterday
01:22 PM phipli: 80s kit - mostly analogue systems for the control
01:22 PM phipli: I feel shame that I've never used an op amp in a design
01:22 PM fragalot: the issue with our controller is that it's doing far more than what you'd think it's doing
01:24 PM phipli: how come you've decided not to use an FPGA?
01:24 PM fragalot: would need too many auxillaries
01:25 PM phipli: for buffering?
01:26 PM fragalot: buffering, analog I/O, communications, less libraries available to make our lives easier, etc..
01:26 PM fragalot: SEGGER makes *amazing* tools for debugging that you wouldn't believe
01:27 PM fragalot: freaking print out a string in a realtime interrupt with only a memcpy worth of penalty.
01:28 PM phipli: some kind of hardware debugging kit in the device?
01:28 PM phipli: monitoring the ram or something?
01:28 PM phipli: (or magic?) :)
01:28 PM fragalot: well the ARM chips often have built in ETM controllers for debugging
01:28 PM fragalot: segger's J-link programmer/debuggers basically make that thing run on steroids
01:29 PM phipli: https://www.robotics.org.za/DUE-CORE
01:29 PM phipli: I got one of them - I like minimalist boards
01:30 PM fragalot: https://www.segger.com/products/debug-probes/j-link/technology/about-real-time-transfer/
01:30 PM fragalot: look at "RTT Performance"
01:30 PM phipli: real time... toast?
01:30 PM fragalot: realtime transfer
01:30 PM phipli: :)
01:30 PM phipli: almost
01:30 PM fragalot: :D
01:30 PM phipli: got to vanish - talking of toast, I've been summoned for dinner
01:31 PM fragalot: cya
01:31 PM * phipli waves
01:43 PM gloops: the heart im drawing https://ibb.co/mb6PFy
01:43 PM gloops: thats taken hours
01:44 PM fragalot: going to take some manual work getting those fine points cut
01:45 PM gloops: 3mm cutter - rounded edges will be ok
01:45 PM gloops: or..will have to be ok
02:17 PM aircooled is now known as hazzy-lab
02:27 PM gloops: nice meteor over china
03:02 PM phipli: gloops, got a link?
03:02 PM fragalot: gloops: any suggestions on where one could purchase canode die spotting ink (or similar water soluable alternatives to prussian blue)
03:09 PM gloops: ABC News
03:09 PM gloops: Verified account @ABC
03:09 PM gloops: 5h5 hours ago
03:09 PM gloops: FIREBALL: A "flaming ball," that happened to be an extremely bright meteor, lights up the Southwest China night sky Friday evening. https://abcn.ws/2J4ffY5
03:09 PM gloops: not really fragalot
03:10 PM gloops: that link doesnt seem to go to the meteor though
03:11 PM gloops: https://news.sky.com/video/meteorite-causes-fireball-over-china-11392638
03:14 PM SpeedEvil: Meteors don't have links, yet, unless they have onboard wifi.
03:14 PM gloops: artcotools but you probably found that
03:17 PM gloops: the blob may well be at large in china, as we speak
03:19 PM gloops: i wonder what percentage of meteors actually get to land, or dont vaporise totally
03:20 PM fragalot: not a whole lot
03:20 PM gloops: ive watched the perseids from a nearby hill, could have sworn some of them made it to floor, but even of they did, whats left - a grain of space sand?
03:20 PM fragalot: friend of mine had one land on his roof though
03:21 PM fragalot: burned a hole through the insulation and wrecked a support beam
03:21 PM fragalot: sent it in for analysis
03:21 PM gloops: fragalot did he retrieve anything of it?
03:21 PM fragalot: man-made item, because they found signs of an M6 thread
03:21 PM SpeedEvil: funky
03:21 PM gloops: maybe m6 is universal engineering practice
03:22 PM SpeedEvil: Or maybe M6 threads are formed as stars die.
03:22 PM fragalot: guess is that it could have been a bit off of something that blew up, lol
03:22 PM SpeedEvil: Small objects, especially protected inside reentering bodies can reenter intact.
03:23 PM fragalot: it was a lump of steel large enough to fill up your hand completely when holding it
03:23 PM gloops: probably fell out of passing jets wing or something
03:24 PM fragalot: perhaps, but the fact that it melted so much stuff & wrecked a large support beam, the thing had some velocity behind it
03:24 PM SpeedEvil: gloops: wouldn't have been hot then
03:26 PM gloops: earths atmosphere is full of space scrap
03:26 PM fragalot: yup
03:50 PM Loetmichel: hmmm... $me got a new tshirt from his wife: a yellow yoda silouhette on a black shirt and "Mir nicht auf den Sack gehen du sollst!" ("dont go on my tits" in yoda grammar) ... am i REALLY THAT grumpy?
03:52 PM fragalot: well, yes?
03:52 PM fragalot: :P
03:53 PM JT-Shop-2: I wonder if it's worth it to try and adjust the cross cut sled fence 0.002"
03:53 PM * fragalot would do it
03:54 PM fragalot: whether it's worth it depends on what distance that 2 thou is at, and what size parts you're cutting
03:58 PM JT-Shop-2: 0.002" @ 22"
03:58 PM JT-Shop-2: nothing bigger than 20" deep, sled is too small
03:58 PM fragalot: for a table saw.. good enough i'd reckon
03:58 PM JT-Shop-2: it's a practice sled anyway
03:59 PM JT-Shop-2: gotta pick up a 4' x 8' sheet of baltic birch plywood next week so I can make a proper size sled
04:00 PM gloops: hmm, half a mm
04:00 PM fragalot: half a mm??
04:00 PM JT-Shop-2: this ones made from particle board covered with some vinyl stuff
04:00 PM fragalot: you mean 5 hundreds of a mm, gloops
04:00 PM JT-Shop-2: 0.0508mm
04:00 PM gloops: ahh read 0.02
04:01 PM fragalot: JT-Shop: it's possible that it's going to shift that much when you bump the fence whilst storing it :P
04:01 PM JT-Shop-2: first runners were crap so I had make a fixture to cut some new ones
04:01 PM gloops: yes thats easily near enough id say
04:01 PM fragalot: or with humidity
04:01 PM JT-Shop-2: fragalot: I doubt it will move once all the screws are in
04:02 PM JT-Shop-2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbG-n--LFgQ
04:02 PM JT-Shop-2: that's the sled I'm building
04:09 PM gloops: should be fine
04:10 PM gloops: wood always knocks into place, few thou here and there doesnt matter
04:45 PM * JT-Shop-2 drags out the Dust Kolector from Kalamazoo Michigan
05:15 PM Deejay: gn8
05:16 PM JT-Shop-2: night
05:28 PM asdfasd: any idea why the last version linuxcnc is making squares almost a circle?
05:29 PM JT-Shop-2: mis-configured, not understanding path following
05:29 PM JT-Shop-2: all versions will do that...
05:30 PM asdfasd: same G code was working find with very old linuxcnc
05:30 PM asdfasd: now after upgrage it seems that need different configuration
05:30 PM asdfasd: fine*
05:34 PM JT-Shop-2: very old as in EMC 1?
05:35 PM JT-Shop-2: http://linuxcnc.org/docs/2.7/html/user/user-concepts.html#_trajectory_control
05:35 PM JT-Shop-2: all you changed was the version of linuxcnc?
05:36 PM asdfasd: the old one was 2.4.3
05:37 PM asdfasd: the new one is 2.7.13 fresh install
05:37 PM asdfasd: just tried to reduce ARC_BLEND_RAMP_FREQ but seems to do nothing
05:38 PM JT-Shop-2: what is ARC_BLEND_RAMP_FREQ
05:39 PM JT-Shop-2: did you read my link?
05:39 PM asdfasd: yes I did read your link, ARC_BLEND_RAMP_FREQ is trajectory setting in INI file
05:40 PM JT-Shop-2: hmm a new one
05:40 PM JT-Shop-2: that seems to have nothing to do with blending
05:40 PM asdfasd: I dont want to change to G61, I just want to make it work as before with G01
05:41 PM JT-Shop-2: increase acceleration until it can keep up
05:42 PM JT-Shop-2: G64 - (Blend Without Tolerance Mode) G64 is the default setting when you start LinuxCNC. G64 is just blending and the naive cam detector is not enabled. G64 and G64 P0 tell the planner to sacrifice path following accuracy in order to keep the feed rate up.
05:43 PM JT-Shop-2: G64 P- Q- - (Blend With Tolerance Mode) This enables the naive cam detector and enables blending with a tolerance. If you program G64 P0.05, you tell the planner that you want continuous feed, but at programmed corners you want it to slow down enough so that the tool path can stay within 0.05 user units of the programmed path.
05:43 PM asdfasd: the accelleration is high enough
05:43 PM JT-Shop-2: no, it's not or you would not have a problem using G64
05:43 PM asdfasd: it is just rounding corners a lot
05:43 PM asdfasd: Im not using G64
05:43 PM asdfasd: Im using only g01
05:43 PM JT-Shop-2: because the acceleration is too slow
05:43 PM JT-Shop-2: yes you are using G64 unless you program otherwise
05:44 PM asdfasd: ops
05:44 PM asdfasd: sorry
05:44 PM asdfasd: I ment G61
05:44 PM JT-Shop-2: G61 has nothing to do with path blending it's point to point
05:45 PM asdfasd: the accelleration is the maximum possible
05:45 PM asdfasd: if I increase it more it begin shaking the whole machine
05:45 PM JT-Shop-2: http://linuxcnc.org/docs/2.7/html/gcode/g-code.html#gcode:g64
05:46 PM asdfasd: I dont think is G code problem
05:46 PM asdfasd: it is machine settings problem
05:46 PM JT-Shop-2: ok have fun
05:46 PM asdfasd: like trajectory planing
05:50 PM asdfasd: I dont want to tweak the G code to make it work, I want to make the machine settings properly, so it can work with any G code
06:10 PM asdfasd: so far the only that seems to do something is ARC_BLEND_ENABLE = 0 but dont know why other trajectory settings dont help at all
06:20 PM JT-Shop-2: RS274NGC Section RS274NGC_STARTUP_CODE = G64 P0.001
06:24 PM asdfasd: but that require editing each G code manually
06:24 PM asdfasd: ops
06:24 PM asdfasd: my mistake
06:24 PM asdfasd: falling a sleep
06:25 PM asdfasd: that is great advice
06:25 PM asdfasd: thanks I will try it now
06:26 PM JT-Shop-2: it can be changed by your G code file so beware
06:26 PM asdfasd: arghhhhhh now I see why the old linuxcnc was working properly
06:26 PM asdfasd: it seems that I have added this code there
06:26 PM JT-Shop-2: better to write a python program to inject a proper preamble into each file
06:26 PM asdfasd: RS274NGC_STARTUP_CODE = G64 P0.01
06:27 PM asdfasd: that is the old ini file
06:27 PM asdfasd: thanks a lot
06:27 PM JT-Shop-2: yep so like I said it's G code problem
06:27 PM asdfasd: my fauld that I didnt know that line
06:27 PM asdfasd: fault*
06:28 PM asdfasd: you was right
06:28 PM JT-Shop-2: glad you got it sorted out
06:29 PM JT-Shop-2: I run a plasma at 500 IPM so I'm well aware about path blending and I re-wrote the manuals for LinuxCNC :)
06:29 PM asdfasd: I didnt realised that startup code would fix G code problem
06:29 PM asdfasd: that machine cut at 5 m/min
06:30 PM asdfasd: and G0 is 12 m/min
06:30 PM asdfasd: it was terrible
06:31 PM JT-Shop-2: yea that's 200 IPM to me, by the way usually acceleration is 10-20 times maximum velocity
06:32 PM * JT-Shop-2 is tired of cleaning crap out of the old dust separator and wanders inside
06:33 PM JT-Shop-2: I did find the dead mouse that made it his home for a while...
06:33 PM asdfasd: my acceleration is set to a levels where the machine is not shaking too much
06:40 PM asdfasd: it working now
06:44 PM asdfasd: is there a chance to clear automatically live plot on g code load/reload?