Add Orient PID to calibration window

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08 Nov 2021 19:34 #225714 by Michael
I would really like to add the Orient PID to this calibration window in Axis. Having to shitdown, restart, rehome and reopen show hal for every change is becoming a pain.

Thank you for the help,

Mike
 
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08 Nov 2021 19:49 #225717 by Henk
I normally use the little command window on the Hal configuration window to tune PID that doesn't show in the calibration window.

Or you can open a terminal and type: halcmd  setp pin_name.

Depending on what hardware you have ..have
you can look for the pin name in Hal configuration window. Cannot remember now exactly where, but you will find it.

Henk

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09 Nov 2021 14:32 #225830 by Michael
That does work better then what I was doing but still a bit clunky. And it doesn't have an option to save the new settings to the ini. There has to be a file that can be edited to include more ini settings in that calibration window.

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09 Nov 2021 15:29 #225845 by dgarrett
Ref: linuxcnc.org/docs/html/gui/axis.html

'Calibration' - Starts the Calibration assistant (emccalib.tcl).
Calibration reads the HAL file and for every 'setp' that uses a variable
from the ini file that is in an [AXIS_L],[JOINT_N],[SPINDLE_S], or [TUNE]
section it creates an entry that can be edited and tested.


Ref: linuxcnc.org/docs/html/getting-started/updating-linuxcnc.html

=== Calibration (emccalib.tcl)

The calibration/tuning tool now supports stanzas:

[JOINT_N], [AXIS_L], [SPINDLE_S], [TUNE]

where N is a joint number (0 .. ([KINS]JOINTS-1) ),
L is an axis coordinate letter (X,Y,Z,A,B,C,U,V,W),
and S is a spindle number (0 .. 9)

[NOTE]

The number of allowed spindles is 8 but legacy configurations
may include a stanza [SPINDLE_9] unrelated to an actual spindle
number.

[NOTE]

The [TUNE] stanza may be used for specifying tunable items
not relevant to the other supported stanzas.
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09 Nov 2021 16:07 #225851 by Michael
Awesome. Been a while since I read through that one. Linuxcnc has everything you want in 1000 pages of documentation all right in front of you.... somewhere.

So just relabel the [ORIENT] to tune. I don't think that was in the last version.

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