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 on: May 08, 2021, 01:30:06 PM 
Started by BobbyW - Last post by BobbyW

Im curious if that has an effect..


Hi Art .
Well , you right as usual . Yes has effect , i try it with P10 , P1 and P0.1
I think P10 is 10 sec , so i need less possible of course .
Now i will try to implement in my extension at the end of each path and i will try more complex
"colors=power" to see how that work .
Let me some time to write that and i will comeback with answer with big test "at least 4 power levels in code"
Thanks for now .

 on: May 07, 2021, 07:15:35 PM 
Started by BobbyW - Last post by ArtF
This sounds like a rewind bug of some sort. As if the system is resetting due to hitting the end of the file, but the
job isnt yet done. Can you try adding a G04P10 at the end, this will force the system to complete everythin g
it is doing before actually running the G04 delay. The mode switch will stop it from  rewinding till done...

Im curious if that has an effect..


 on: May 07, 2021, 05:53:02 PM 
Started by BobbyW - Last post by BobbyW
wow, awesome. Thats  a LOT of work ...


Thanks Art . It was . Was my wife desire  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Now i have a huge problem and i can't solve that . I just dont understan d what happen
and that have connectio n with my old issue about laser power .
I made a extension for inkscape to burn and cut with different powers on different
type of polywood . I remove all unnecessa ry comments in GCODE as you advice was.
I remove even the path names and print comment on Auggie script , hopping
the system don't get spammed.
The problem appear when i made any shape with more than one power set.
The system will start engraving the paths with different powers and on last
path with engrave power, Auggie show the right power set but the PWM will go out on full
power . After last engrave path (of course with wrong power) the system will
run normaly.
Doesn't matter if i create 2 or 3 or 1000 pieces , if i keep same power in same code
is ok , if i change it , my laser jump in 100% power  Sad
I dont know how to solve that and what is the problem .
I put below the file of GCODE and SVG with simple test
maybe someone will figure out what's going on, that make me crazy  Huh

Note. I remember was some time , i didn't has that issue . After i change the PWM to 0.000625
Anyway i try different type of PWM thinking is my analog mux fault but after i put the oscilosco pe
i saw the PWm going out in full power.
Also i notice in Auggie the GCODE dont have the spaces as i created to be .


 on: May 01, 2021, 02:14:16 AM 
Started by nhag - Last post by nhag
Hello Art,

thanks for your quick reply.
I do step by step the autotrain youtoube video from 2014.

When click on "press on start one time database creation"  the errormess age  "gpprimes3 .bin missing" comes.

I am using windows 7 and the georotic shown is 3.17000

What are the differenc es between gearotic2, geortic motion, georotic thougt, georotic 3.17,  georotic, geor2moti on and the different names of youtoube videos. Is there one channel to learn step by step or an actuell handbook?


 on: April 29, 2021, 03:25:39 PM 
Started by nhag - Last post by ArtF

  Usually the file is created if it isn't seen as there. Delete #'s 1 and 2 and rerun the program to see if it
will recreate all three. It may be you interrupt ed it before it finished all three on an initial run.


 on: April 29, 2021, 11:00:14 AM 
Started by nhag - Last post by nhag

Auto Train  errors "gprimes3. bin  was not found"

Please help.


 on: April 28, 2021, 05:33:00 PM 
Started by Richard Cullin - Last post by BobL
Thanks Art.

 on: April 27, 2021, 12:38:41 PM 
Started by Richard Cullin - Last post by ArtF
Thanks Richard:

  I will check it out. I have already fixed many items for next release. Manifolds are
now properly fixed to eliminate such warnings from 3d printer imports.


 on: April 26, 2021, 11:51:41 PM 
Started by Richard Cullin - Last post by Richard Cullin
the left hand acme metric 8mm nut stl/obj is not good , full of strange bits
rh nut and bolt  is fine

 on: April 25, 2021, 10:23:05 AM 
Started by deraudrl - Last post by deraudrl
Sigh. Guess I'll have to remember to turn the speakers off. That's not that hard, it's the senior moment I have later when I've forgotten to turn them back on.

There's probably a way to automate the whole thing with PowerShel l or something, but that has the potential to turn into a scavenger hunt.

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