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    Default Switching over to UCCNC

    I'm all Mach'ed out....I ordered a 300 and a UB1...I am going through the software and in ESS/Mach setup I can select Step/Dir, Quad and AB for servo control...can you do that in UCCNC as I haven't found that setting anywhere...Thanks!

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    Default Re: Switching over to UCCNC

    I've never used an ESS, so I don't know what those settings do, but UCCNC, like Mach3, is a Step/Direction control. What do those settings do?

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    Hey Ger...reminds me I need a screen set...our big machines use Quad...its a shorter pulse if I get it all right on the corner of the signal pulse itself...1/4 the wave...also there is CW, CCW A+B+ and a few other besides Step and Direction....if UCCNC is S/D only I am ok with that just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing something...I do like Quad as it can be a bit more resistant to noise as I said but S/D will be fine.



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    I believe those are ESS specific features.
    With UCCNC, I believe the pulse width is dependent on the step frequency.
    The UB1 does give you some wiring options....

    Gerry

    UCCNC 2017 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2017.html

    Mach3 2010 Screenset
    http://www.thecncwoodworker.com/2010.html

    JointCAM - CNC Dovetails & Box Joints
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