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    Default Re: GrblGru: Free CAM and 3D-Simulation for mills and lathes

    @RgblGru

    Sorry

    it seems like;

    the stock box is functionally , but I only use a 2D engaver G-code so of courcea I couldn't see a box

    It seem that the 2D scaling of dxf files etc is missing from this Beta ,



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    - The menu item "Save Project" is only active when geometry data is loaded.

    - The same applies to the Stockbox display.

    - To be able to save machine 3018 you must first create a machine 3018 and load the STL objects.

    - There is no possibility to stop the machine if a limit switch is passed. Only the red display appears.
    This allows you to see in one run where (there can be many) collisions occur.

    - The 2D Scale button is missing, because I am currently replacing it with another function in the new beta. ( Right mouse context menu in the 2S view - 'Open Editor')
    I will describe it if everything works

    Your ideas for the display of the input signals are certainly useful. But you can control many different processors with my program.
    Currently these are GRBL, TinyG, G2CORE and MEGA-5X. That's why I don't want to commit myself to a certain function of a single processor.
    The interface should be completely processor independent. So when you open the controller window, you are talking directly to the connected processor.
    GrblGru only offers you the infrastructure for this. I hope you have some understanding for this.

    In case you want to control your limit switches, it might be better to use one of the other Gcode senders.
    Most of them concentrate on one processor and provide e.g. also plain text displays for the parameters. For example, 'X Max rate' instead of $110 (in case of GRBL)



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    @GrblGru

    Thanks for answering

    I understand your point to not be to details of a certain hardware , and instead concentrate on the overall picture . My point to read more than one command answer in the commande window before the information is erases is such more overall feedback.



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    @LH4PI
    I still have questions. It might be a bit more comfortable to exchange information via email.
    If you agree, please send me a private forum message with an email address. I will then contact you.



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    Default Re: GrblGru: Free CAM and 3D-Simulation for mills and lathes

    Hi GrblGru

    Version 3.44.13 does not show gcode when clicking on the green “Start” button.

    I sent you, a private message PM with titled “time zone”.

    Armando

    Last edited by Armando; 02-21-2020 at 09:49 PM.


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