How to hide an Axis for display and homing

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14 Apr 2022 09:36 - 14 Apr 2022 09:40 #240225 by mariusl
I have a textile cutter that has X, Y and A (rotary) axis. I need to hide the Z axis with buttons and DRO and homing from the GUI. What is the best way to do this?

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Last edit: 14 Apr 2022 09:40 by mariusl.

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14 Apr 2022 10:19 #240226 by newbynobi
If you configure an XYA machine, all other axis / joints will be invisible.

What have your configured in your INI File?

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14 Apr 2022 10:44 #240227 by mariusl
In the INI under [DISPLAY] - geometry = xya
makes no difference

If I change [TRAJ] - coordinates = XYA the system takes a long time to start and is very sluggish and the jog buttons are missing

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14 Apr 2022 10:48 - 14 Apr 2022 10:55 #240228 by mariusl
I found this in the debug log to console

***** GMOCCAPY INFO *****this is not a usual config
we miss one of X , Y or Z axis
We will use by axisletter ordered jog button
**** GMOCCAPY INFO ****
**** arrange JOG button by axis

/usr/bin/gmoccapy:311: GtkWarning: Invalid icon size 48

The system is unusable as it does not seem to find the limit switches and cannot start up. There is no limit switches setup only home switches. After a while it will bom out.

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14 Apr 2022 15:31 #240237 by HansU
Which LinuxCNC version are you running?

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14 Apr 2022 15:59 #240240 by mariusl
The latest 2.8 running on stretch

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