Spindle Step/Dir servo ramp down before stop on M stop command.

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31 May 2021 12:51 - 31 May 2021 13:18 #210794 by jpg
Hello Andy, Nojo and all the linuxcnc community, I have a small question: is it possible to use your Axis C configuration with a simple lPT card, for my tests, use only the // port. I want to use MESA cards later on, but I would like to see how it works, if so, can you tell me more to pass the port // configuration, I'll keep you informed of my progress.my current configuration is: servo AASD 15 z (2.3 kw 12n) x (1kw 10n) spindle motor asynchronous 5.5kw with VDF ALTIVAR 31 + encoder 200 pts
attached, g -code for axis c, it is a test that worked with the examples of linuxcnc:

Sincerely

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31 May 2021 13:44 #210797 by andypugh
If you replace all the mesa stepgens and encoder counters with hal (software) versions and wire up to the parport it should work. However you are very likely to lose encoder counts at higher spindle speeds unless you use a low-count encoder.
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31 May 2021 13:59 - 31 May 2021 14:05 #210799 by jpg
yes Andy, it is already the case when I simulate a thread with an encoder of 1024 pts, it is to make me a first idea, according to you, I should not exceed 200trs/mm? and what can I expect with a mesa card and an encoder of 1024pts,and a last question, (for the moment;-)) can I remain in version 2.7.14 or it is necessary to update to 2.8 for your configuration ?
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31 May 2021 15:02 #210801 by andypugh
A Mesa card can count at something like 10Mhz. It's very rarely a problem.

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31 May 2021 15:49 #210802 by jpg
Yes, that's what I thought, the Mesa are the top according to what I saw on the forum, tell me, can you confirm that I can stay in 2.7. 14 ? Thanks Andy

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31 May 2021 16:16 #210804 by NoJo

I don't think it makes sense to add an extra processor. LinuxCNC can do all that is required. See, for example, the sim config sim->axis->vismach->vmc-toolchange

Where do I find sim config sim->axis->vismach->vmc-toolchange? I don't find it on my installation..

In my current wiring from the base machine to the X axis/ATC location I have 10 wires with signal to the ATC, and 10 with signals from the ATC, all to/from the 7i76 MESA card, as well as various power supplies, etc, This would have to be sufficient to control/monitor the ATC and the small milling spindle. I guess the number of I/O should be sufficient, so I am going to follow your suggestion and leave it to LinuxCNC to manage..
I will go through your references and learn, hopefully.
The ATC hardware is still a few weeks away.

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31 May 2021 18:28 #210811 by andypugh

can you confirm that I can stay in 2.7. 14 ?


Nothing here is specific to 2.8, though the INI and HAL will have a different layout in 2.7.
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31 May 2021 18:29 #210812 by andypugh

Where do I find sim config sim->axis->vismach->vmc-toolchange? I don't find it on my installation..


It shoiuld be in the config picker, under "sample configs".

Once you open it, a copy will be made in your linuxcnc/configs folder.

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01 Jun 2021 09:43 #210872 by NoJo

Where do I find sim config sim->axis->vismach->vmc-toolchange? I don't find it on my installation..


It shoiuld be in the config picker, under "sample configs".

Once you open it, a copy will be made in your linuxcnc/configs folder.


Thanks - found it - had to drill a little deeper..
Joe

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18 Nov 2021 20:19 - 18 Nov 2021 20:28 #226915 by jpg
Good evening to all, here is my problem:at the moment, I'm trying to configure an axis c for my lathe (for the moment chinese card; port //, then 5.25-7.76), the worry is that I can not install the component "axis c" of Andy (see photos)yet the component is installed,?, I use version 2 7.14 of linux (this is not a problem?) I confess that I am looking for a while. thank you in advanceĀ 
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