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19 May 2019 20:24 #134288 by persei8
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Let me know if you need anything else.
Jim
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20 May 2019 05:27 #134328 by emilvv
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Hello Jim,
Can you make step by step install manual ... ?
Do you use your screen set in real CNC machine work ?
Best regards,
Emil
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20 May 2019 06:35 #134332 by pl7i92
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you shoudt have packed all this together in one file
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20 May 2019 06:42 #134333 by cmorley
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Jim has supplied the files so I might add it to linuxcnc master repo so others can use it - Thank you Jim it's very well done.

It seems you have used a remap file is it a custom one?

Chris M

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20 May 2019 17:12 #134380 by persei8
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Emil
I made this gui for my diy router but make no claims that it will work with anyone else's machine, certainly not a real CNC machine. It is just an example of how you can use gscreen to make your own custom panel. As for installation, you need linuxcnc v.2.8, it won't work with 2.7. The procedure for all this is explained in the gscreen documentation that comes with linuxcnc.

Chris
The remap routine was copied from the manual_toolchange.ngc and modified to update the offset table instead of the tool table. Measuring tool lengths is of no use to me as I only want to set the end of the tool at Z=0 to the top of the workpiece. I can manually place a touch plate on top of the workpiece or I can use the tool sensor switch with M6 remapped.
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20 May 2019 18:46 #134387 by cmorley
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I've added the basic screen to linuxcnc's sim samples. I had to cut out the macros and remap at this time - hopefully I can later figure out how to add them to the sim.
Thanks so much for giving your hard work to the linuxcnc project!

If people have questions about using or configuring the screen please make a new thread.

Chris M
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20 May 2019 21:42 #134401 by rodw
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I've added the basic screen to linuxcnc's sim samples. I had to cut out the macros and remap at this time - hopefully I can later figure out how to add them to the sim.
Thanks so much for giving your hard work to the linuxcnc project!

If people have questions about using or configuring the screen please make a new thread.

Chris M


Great to see user contributed stuff finding its way into the real thing! Thanks Chris
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20 May 2019 22:06 #134403 by andypugh
Does the docs contain a page of only GUU screenshots to aid selection?

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21 May 2019 00:59 #134419 by cmorley
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Under user interfaces, each screen has screenshots - gscreen has several:
linuxcnc.org/docs/devel/html/gui/gscreen.html

But there is not a single page that has small screen shots of all the screens.

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21 May 2019 11:10 #134467 by bevins
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Screen shot of my GTK panel built with gscreen. Once you figure out how to actually use gscreen, the rest is relatively straight forward. The layout was inspired by the probe basic development and much of the python code is taken from gmoccapy. This is a single purpose, customized gui for a 3 axis router. It doesn't even have a spindle though one can be added later. Now it's time to quit fooling with the machine and start making stuff with it.



Thanks for creating this exciting screen. IT looks fantastic.

IS there a way to access Halshow and s Scope from your screen?
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