Spindle Load feedback in Gmoccapy

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11 May 2022 20:59 #242675 by PhilCNC
Hello, I have spindle load feedback working in Axis GUI and now I'm trying to make it work in Gmoccapy. What's the best way to do this? I think I could use the PYVCP control panel from axis, but I don't think this would blend in nicely with the rest of the screen. Looks like GladeVCP is an option, but I haven't seen a spindle load feedback example. Your advice is appreciated :D

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12 May 2022 04:56 #242726 by newbynobi
Gmoccapy allows embedding glade panels. There are several positions to integrate that panels. 
Within the configs / sim / gmoccapy folder you will find several examples for that purpose.
There is also a detailed part for embedding panels in the documentation.

To create the panel you need, just use the glade editor.

Norbert 

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13 May 2022 14:27 - 03 Mar 2023 17:41 #242882 by HansU
I have created quickly a very basic display GladeVCP for displaying this.It provides  a pin "spindle_load.bar_spindle_load" where you can connect your spindle load value to.
Just copy the attached files to your config folder an add following lines to the display section of the ini file:
EMBED_TAB_NAME = Spindle_load
EMBED_TAB_LOCATION = box_custom_4
EMBED_TAB_COMMAND = gladevcp -x {XID} spindle_load.glade
Use the Gtk2 version for LinuxCNC 2.8 and the Gtk3 version for LinuxCNC >=2.9
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The following user(s) said Thank You: tommylight, GuiHue, Ritterchen, ChironFZ16, PhilCNC

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01 Jul 2022 07:15 #246347 by zz912
I looks good.

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31 Aug 2022 07:19 #250841 by CNC_Tux
Hello,
that looks well, but i see at your picture the original Spindle load feedback isnt works.
I have the same problem and didnt understand why?
I tried to find the signals and linked in the HAL, but the result isnt works.
Have anybody an idea, why isnt works?

 

My configuration works with a Mesa 7I76E and i using the spindle connectors.
The spindle works very well
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31 Aug 2022 07:20 #250842 by zz912
What version LCNC do you have?

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31 Aug 2022 08:13 #250844 by CNC_Tux
LinuxCNC 2.8.3

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31 Aug 2022 08:22 #250845 by zz912
HansU made it for Python 3. You must remake it for Python 2. Or you should ask somebody for remake. I am Interested for version 2.8 too.

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31 Aug 2022 10:45 #250849 by CNC_Tux
Dear ZZ,
i didnt mean the new one.
I mean this one :

 
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31 Aug 2022 10:50 #250850 by CNC_Tux
i mean exactly this one:

 

Cheers
Reinhard
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