@dc42 Yo, It worked! Thank you : )
P.S. : I also had to copy bin of GNU ARM in GNU TOOL's bin as gnu arm eclipse was installed in program files due is 64 bits and gnu tools arm in program files x86 due is 32 bits.
In the above example we can have the probe known dimensions (P0, P1, P2) and or config,g steps (P4 and P5) saved in the file and load them at the beginning of the example macro with M931 P1, and the whole fine tuning steps can happen really quickly and accurately 🙂
That helped but was not everything I needed. I also had to add crc32appender to my PATH. I did that but eclipse did not add make use of this information so I added the path to the file in the "Properties" of the project (see screenshots). I'm not sure if this is how it's supposed to be done but it worked for me.
Is there a way to adjust the size of the images as they are represented here?
I suggest you install this https://xpack.github.io/windows-build-tools/ if you haven't already, then adjust your PATH so that the version of make.exe from that installation is picked up before any other. You can type "where make" at the Windows command prompt to find out where make is being fetched from.
Yah... I tried several combinations (starting with the ones in the instructions) and finally gave up on Windows.
I installed a Virtual Box with a Ubuntu distribution and got it all working. Just avoided the whole make/rm command line length issue all together.
I've cleaned up the code so setting a screw map entry changes the DRO readout in real-time.
Here are a couple of plots of my CNC error curves with increment=25.4mm (1 inch). Note the 2d-ishness of the whole thing.
To put this in a worst case if I were just drilling holes the largest X error pre-compensation would be about 1.5mm (or 1/16th of an inch for US). Post-compensation error is 2*repeatability + test measurement error (~.03mm).
I wonder if some kind of a smart kinematic mixer would work here.
Imaging an electronic unit with three stepper inputs (step, direction) for cartesians channels X, Y, E, and three stepper outputs for the kinematic steppers A, B C, such that pulses the input kinematics are mapped to pulses of output kinematic. Do thinks like this exist?
reprap is getting better and better, and those 6hg/3hc boards are really solid. we blown multiple motors and heaters core (I remember something crashed IN the board hard enough that the thin metal door bended and shorted the board) and it still running strong.
I tried to delete the post as it look like bang bang was deactivated, so not a firmware issue. anyway probably my bad when I wrote the gcode.
Well there are the tool change macros which may do what you wish... or are you looking to have completely different configurations depending on the tool? In which case maybe M505 is closer to what you want?