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21 Oct 2009 01:13 #1006 by vincent
interpreter on EMC was created by vincent
:laugh: Hey, I found myself lost in the EMC world~recently, I was interested in the interpreter on EMC and the interpolation algorithm. But I was uncertain of the principle about these problems. First, we could write G codes files and run them on EMC, but what we could do is just to curve straight lines and circles, like G1 and G2/G3. Then the interpolator directly interpret the G code, and "make" these commands to be signals, then run the machine. But one thing, if I want to make NURBS, some complex curves or ever toroidals in EMC,is it possible?? I wonder if there is any "commands" to do these, or if I could make it myself?

if anyone here is interested about these, please contact with me

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21 Oct 2009 01:48 #1007 by cmorley
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I believe the development version of EMC has some NURBS functionality added, But beyond that I don't know.
look here:
wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?NURBS

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21 Oct 2009 01:53 #1008 by vincent
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oh, my god!!! you really found that~!! that is it! thanks a billion!!!

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22 Oct 2009 07:46 #1014 by vincent
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cmorley, one thing I wish you could show me is that the is the patch available? Or should I patch my EMC2 at once so that it will support nurbs??

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22 Oct 2009 12:23 #1017 by BigJohnT
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That is on the dev version of EMC2.

wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?Installing_EMC2

John

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23 Oct 2009 07:26 #1021 by vincent
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oh, god, but the link does not help。。。。。。

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23 Oct 2009 08:20 #1022 by vincent
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thanks BigJohnT, But still one thing I am curious about is that whether the EMC2.2.3.3 has intergrated the NURBS algorithm already?? because when I try the "Image to gcode", or just import the 3dm file, EMC may interpret the file/image to lots of "G1 ** "codes....so I think the EMC does not have the NURBS algorithm,right??

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23 Oct 2009 08:27 #1023 by vincent
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BigJohnT wrote:

That is on the dev version of EMC2.

wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?Installing_EMC2

John

BUT what is the development version? ...please!~I am still a newbie

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23 Oct 2009 10:33 #1024 by BigJohnT
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Nurbs is only on the 2.4 development version. New things are not usually added to a released version.

John

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24 Oct 2009 03:12 #1026 by BMG
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I think VIncent is looking for this link

wiki.linuxcnc.org/cgi-bin/emcinfo.pl?Ins..._the_source_with_git

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