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1  User Video Links / Your Videos / Re: Summer Greetings from Tokyo Japan on: August 01, 2020, 02:06:13 PM
Excellent work Yoshii, you never fail to impress. Cool
Stay Safe and thanks for the updates.
2  General Category / Auggie: Augmented Machine Controller / Re: run dos bat file or cmd line (os shell) from auggie script on: September 23, 2019, 07:52:46 AM
found some examples:
system.Ex ec(path+file);
system.Ex ec("Notepad " + path + file);

try this:
system.Ex ec("c:\ctwin\s5.bat");
3  General Category / C Scripting - 101 / Re: reading Pokeys pins on: July 29, 2019, 11:04:12 AM
have you tried a
sleep(.04); //of some micro second
after or before a line read?
sounds like reading of the file or printing is causing a buffer spooling/overload/limit of some kind.

I believe Art is off cruising on vacation.

4  General Category / C Scripting - 101 / Re: reading Pokeys pins on: May 26, 2019, 07:20:38 PM
I find formattin g the text box shape, size and using \n for line feeds (splits long text lines up) is the biggest control of font size condition s.

Wished the fonts fit the text box a little tighter too, but I've learned ways around it. Sometimes makes it hard with the overlappi ng during creation and edits, but that's the challenge .

Photo shows how I used your probing panel for an alternati ve look.
couple of your panels back for you to see.
5  User Video Links / User Photo's ( Show and Tell) / Re: Anyone made wood gear clock with electric clock motor? on: January 01, 2019, 04:21:10 PM
there ya go... spending my money again.  Cheesy

happy new year all
enjoying my AZ winter holiday
stay safe stay warm
6  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: Beautiful Helical Gear completed on: June 14, 2018, 09:13:35 PM
We are always intereste d, please feel free to share.
7  General Category / C Scripting - 101 / Re: Script/GCode interface on: April 01, 2018, 08:12:08 PM
it looks like the G4 X command is the error
G4 is a pause/dwell command followed by a P time value there are some controlle rs that use an X just not sure Auggie does

Side Note:
it is a standard practice to have the spindle M call on and S speed on the same line
most industria l controlle rs will also fault on if a G1 feed move is called before the feed rate is set.
8  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: Gear tooth as a height map? on: March 25, 2018, 06:25:38 PM
you talking about something like this?
artcam can create 3d bitmaps of 3d objects (in this case an stl import)
the bmpfile is of the single tooth
9  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: XL pulley 4 axis cutting on: October 31, 2017, 08:50:27 AM
I don't think you need anymore than to make sure your passes are longer than the width of the blank, the diameter of the cutter, plus a little extra for what your heart can take when you see the action in process. Freaked me out the first time I saw it in action. You just need to be assured that the tool holder and shank wont hit when shifting. It is a feed move so the positiona l relations hip is represent ed in the graphics.
10  General Category / Gear Discussions / Re: XL pulley 4 axis cutting on: October 31, 2017, 08:22:32 AM
I've seen  that same effect when I was shaving gears it has to do with the indexing of the work piece when getting into position while
the cutter is off to the side, the indexer & cutter axis are moving to the opposite side of the tooth openings next pass.  

The spindle in Z depth remain the same as the indexer rolls over and the cutter shifts over to the opposite openings side

I just had to make sure the cutter was good and clear.

Guess I'd call it the roll over effect.
11  General Category / Auggie: Augmented Machine Controller / Re: My adventures with Auggie. on: October 30, 2017, 09:33:13 AM
Thanks Guys
 
Tweakie: History has proven from your past detailed posts on your website and other forum's,  That you're great at passing on your journey to learn and share knowledge . You're the perfect candidate to pass on your recent learning curve.  We feel Auggie is a true functiona l tool for not only laser work but teaching and understan ding how scripting is written & applied and is not difficult or black magic. There are lots of examples and I have so many more to glean from.

One issue is both Art and I go from one wild idea project to the next. I think we go by the squeaky wheel principle, we are here to help and share what we have learned. It was great & impressiv e to see from your experienc e there was a limited squeak. Wait till you learn how to create panels or edit your screen set and then learn the true power of Auggie.

Nice to hear my website was useful for more than my understan ding of Robots, Crawlers and the inquisiti ve. (Awstats=interesting data collector)
12  User Video Links / User Photo's ( Show and Tell) / Re: The Kraken. on: October 14, 2017, 08:08:51 AM
Just to follow up, here is a couple of burns I did while testing grey scales using Auggie.
13  General Category / Support and Bug Reports / Re: stereo photography help file on: June 15, 2017, 06:12:24 AM
Thanks Bob

Sorry, I just go by what I read  Grin

Downloade d 3.0201 and still seems to work fine on this laptop
14  General Category / Support and Bug Reports / Re: stereo photography help file on: June 14, 2017, 05:36:55 AM
I just did a quick test of 3.012 on my laptop of my hand, held up in front of the screen

using the defaults, it was click click click with no delay for stl output
guess if you cant get any output then  Huh
if your images appear and the Confidenc e level is as high as possible then your results should be good.
After that its about setting size and detail for the stl

Note: Not sure where you got 3.02 version, I thought 3.012 was the latest.
15  General Category / Support and Bug Reports / Re: 4th axis use of a slitting saw on: June 13, 2017, 03:54:41 PM
here is a snapshot of one of my slitting saw tool layout
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