Upgraded to 2.9 and stuck on 4.6. Add PlasmaC To Base Machine

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27 Mar 2020 04:48 #161672 by TexasCNC
Software encoder where do they buy this at?

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27 Mar 2020 04:49 #161673 by phillc54
It is part of LinuxCNC, I sent you the link a couple of posts ago.

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27 Mar 2020 05:30 - 27 Mar 2020 05:36 #161676 by TexasCNC
ok I saw that but am i configuring a file sorry trying to figure that out
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27 Mar 2020 05:37 #161679 by phillc54
Try the first method I suggested to you, folk are using it and it does work. You do need to have shielded consumables.

If you want to use a THCAD for ohmic sensing you will need to do a bit of hal file editing to connect the THCAD to the encoder and the encoder to PlasmaC.

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27 Mar 2020 06:10 #161680 by rodw
There are wiring diagrams in the plasma primer. Follow the link in the main documents for master branch.

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27 Mar 2020 07:01 #161682 by tommylight
First check if the torch has separate shielding cup, if it does not it will not work. Well not yet.

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27 Mar 2020 12:26 #161701 by TexasCNC
Well I have a thermal dynamics sl100 sv machine torch that was on a A120 machine i know they have ohmnic clips for it. So you all say that doing the first method that Phill suggested will work is that manually wiring it like i need to get all the parts together and wire it like the schematic? Or can I use the CanaCNC feather touch as it looks fairly easy to wire up I saw one guy on you tube using that with linuxcnc.

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