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    Default Re: DIY- CNC Embroidery Machine

    @Joshua:
    I am not running any machine.. This software was created for the community with the inputs from the community

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    You just study the complete thread and you will find the usage of Zaxis :P

    Quote Originally Posted by satwaya View Post
    Hello,

    @Khalid: What is the usage of Z axis? What program is running on your Arduino?
    Keep doing great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid View Post
    @den_sibirskiy:
    Prompt assignment of codes with the letters G, M, F, please.?

    Why you need G, M and F? and where you need in Gcode?
    To be honest, I have no experience with mach3. But there is experience the mechanics of sewing equipment, I know how to work the machines. I would like to understand the purpose of all codes used in the management. But I need to submit with what I'm dealing with to understand what I need and then how to set up the equipment.
    Tell me why the Z axis adds value by ten units throughout the programmes and what is the reason?
    second for the fitting thread, the third foot lifter and next thread trimming is possible. What code is responsible for what, I would like to understand.
    Machine want to collect quilting to work on furniture fabrics, foam and batting. The process differs from embroidery, it is necessary only along the contour. The difficulty lies also in the construction of the machine itself. May have to work under the operating system linuxcnc
    Machines are different and not necessarily like me, we want to have a flexible system for any task.

    I also consider the option without using the embroidery software, but this is a very difficult path, it will be difficult to go it alone, perhaps even impossible to do it alone.
    You can trace drawings in the manual, then use a graphics editor inkscape and the gcodetools plugin to create a community of people. http://cnc-club.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=34&p=55#p55 But there are many difficulties. I would like to make friends with these programs in the future. I help some people in Russia and now we know about you, the community expands ))) hi all!

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    the value of my words may differ significantly from the nested sense, this may be the fault of the translator which have to communicate. If so, you can do several translations to understand the true meaning of the meaning of my words.



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    Tell me why the Z axis adds value by ten units throughout the programmes and what is the reason?
    If you read few pages back someone requested me to add values to Z-axis like that as he was using servo motor and i think one revolution of Servo motor give him that motion of Z-axis number and the needle go inside the fabric and comeout (I DONT REMEMBER THE EXACT DETAILS)... but as i dont have machine i just modified the Gcode generation in the software as per his need and he uploaded few videos of his great work... You have to read the complete thread ...


    second for the fitting thread, the third foot lifter and next thread trimming is possible. What code is responsible for what, I would like to understand.

    everything is possible... It depends upon the embroidery software which generate DST format... In that software if u have used many color of thread then we can stop the machine do the thread change MACRO in Mach3 or THREAD CUTTING macro etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul3112 View Post
    Hi. If english is not your mother language we can always use google translate. Here I copy and past both english and spanish.
    Hola. Si el inglés no es tu idioma materno siempre podemos usar google translate. Aquí copiamos y pasamos el inglés y el español..

    Regards
    Paul
    hola paul3112 yo hablo español perfectamente soy de centroamericanoDIY- CNC Embroidery Machine , tu diseñas maquina bordadoras caseras usando arduino? yo diseñe y contrui uso una bordadoras controlada por arduino, usando motores pap, dc y ac. muchas piezas las hice en mi impresora 3d y use una jenome básica. Me gustaria ver y compartir informacion....

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    Dear Khalid,

    I would like to say how great it is that you and the whole group made such a great progress with both generator and embroidery machines. I stumble upon this thread a couple of days ago and I was really pleasantly surprised.
    We exchanged a couple of messages back in 2010 (long, long time ago). In the mean time I managed to made some kind of embroidery machine (special embroidery machine with small working area 20x30mm for some special purpose) but I stopped with that when I could not get my machine work properly. What happened: I could not synchronize frame movement with needle movement properly, so after months of work I just stopped. Now I see that you have new version of your software that I plan to try by the end of this month. I will surely post my progres as soon as I found some time.

    I would like to know how everything went with Arduino set? You said that you would use this set instead of Mach3 and PC.
    Can you answer me following: since in Mach3 you need to set up everything about x, y and z motors, how would you do that using Arduino instead and not PC and Mach3?
    I am still new when it comes to Arduino part.

    Anyhow, one more time, it really warms my heart to see how this topic is still alive.

    Waiting for your answer.

    With best regards,
    Zoran



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    Greetings.

    I have old Fortron F900 sewing machine. Machine is in good condition but I'm not able to run in because I miss "operating system file" that should be inserted by
    DD Flopy Disk. I contacted company in Germany that repairs these machines and they told me that I need that file in order to make it run and the name of the file is
    LasserprogrammV2 and I'm not able to find it.

    What is this LasserprogrammV2? I'm thinking it has something to do with Gcode but I'm not sure.
    One more thing. This machine accepts only DD Flopy Disk but my computer doesn't recognize it. I was able to copy some designs (.dst) to DD disk with the use of
    EOS and some other embroidery software.

    I'm thinking of this: if LasserprogrammV2 is some kind of Gcode how can I save it to DD disk since I'm not able to do it from windows.
    Anyone knows if it is possible with some software or I need to install old operating system (w95, etc.) and is there any replacement for Lasserprogramm V2?
    Any suggestions?
    Thanks



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    There are two types of DD disks, four if you count the physical size of the disk itself.
    SS/DD - Single Sided Double Density and
    DS/DD - Double Sided Double Density


    According to:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk

    "Windows 10 no longer includes a generic driver for USB floppy drives"
    Which would be the reason your computer cannot read the disks if you
    are running Windows 10.

    Going to an older operating system like W95 is a sure bet to get your disks read,
    but you should not have to go back that far. My windows 7 machine reads
    floppy disks from the USB floppy drive I have with no problem.

    Take care.

    [EDIT]
    I forgot to mention, there is also two capacities.
    720 kb and
    1.44 mb



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    Quote Originally Posted by satovey View Post
    There are two types of DD disks, four if you count the physical size of the disk itself.
    SS/DD - Single Sided Double Density and
    DS/DD - Double Sided Double Density


    According to:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk

    "Windows 10 no longer includes a generic driver for USB floppy drives"
    Which would be the reason your computer cannot read the disks if you
    are running Windows 10.

    Going to an older operating system like W95 is a sure bet to get your disks read,
    but you should not have to go back that far. My windows 7 machine reads
    floppy disks from the USB floppy drive I have with no problem.

    Take care.

    [EDIT]
    I forgot to mention, there is also two capacities.
    720 kb and
    1.44 mb
    When I insert 1.44 mb disk i'm getting error that says "false disk" but when I insert 720 kb disk with some stich design it says "false data". I tought that my stich design file format
    was wrong but when I checked which formats are accepted by fortron machine I realized that file format was good. Later I contacted german service center and they told me about
    Laserprogram V2 which is some kind of operating system. It is stored on DD disk and is needed to be inserted every time Fortron machine is powered.
    Now I'm looking for some kind of Laserprogram V2 which is maby some sort of Gcode ( big MABY)



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    Hello Khalid, you made a great job, I have a machine with 9 thread, and I want to change the color by te G-code, it´s possible a automatic change??? I want a G-code with this characteristics.

    DIY- CNC Embroidery Machine-multihead-embroidery-png

    there is this version of your progrogram?



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    @BACKLASH
    You need to define a macro.... Whats your idea for color change by the way?

    http://free3dscans.blogspot.com/ http://my-woodcarving.blogspot.com/
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