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exxtreme
....some help needed !!!!
February 28, 2009 08:03PM
Hi,
we are starting to use our cnc foam cutter machine using Jedicut,
but we have un unusual problem:
the wire goes in a different way from what can be seen in cut preview.
I have some pictures and the .dat, but how can I attache files?
...some help needed..
Thank you

extreme
Re: ....some help needed !!!!
March 01, 2009 09:52PM
Hi !

To post files, you have to create an account on this board winking smiley

What kind of board do you use ? What dll do you use with Jedicut ?

Jerome
Re: ....some help needed !!!!
March 01, 2009 10:30PM
Hi Jerome
pleased to meet you
We have an homebuilt stepper driver , it needs only
usual inputs: step & direction
No external timer
We use max xp dll ( on a winxp PC)
We have some problems with manual motors control:
everything seems OK with both motor coupled,
but it runs for a much lower distance than setted when
we ask to run only one.
But the biggest problem is cutting;
please see attachements
dat file, cut preview, and what it cuts.
What are we doing wrong?
Thank you for help
Extreme
Attachments:
open | download - trap01.DAT (108 bytes)
open | download - Graphic1.jpg (23.2 KB)
open | download - cutpreview.jpg (15.2 KB)
Re: ....some help needed !!!!
March 02, 2009 07:29PM
Hi to all
I have read all the forum
No one has ever had this kind of problem
I'm shure my problem does not interest the forum
please, Mr Jerome, tell me the way to send you mails
without "stressing" people on this forum
I think only you can help us
So this is a "one way" conversation
Sorry to all
Exxxxxxtreme



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/02/2009 07:30PM by extreme.
Re: ....some help needed !!!!
March 02, 2009 08:33PM
Hello,

Don't be sorry, this forum main purpose is to communicate winking smiley

Is everything ok when you control all motors, one by one, in both direction ? Can you describe the signals needed by your board ?

Jerome
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