Were they actually errors, or just warnings? I’m used to milling with large files though. Skip to main content. I’ll try that if needed but I believe that this point some air is better than no air to help lift the knee. Hello, I have a cnc4 controller and the milling machine that it was used with. It has a 5 HP spindle motor with fully programmable spindle speeds, automatic power drawbar and 40 taper spindle.
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It sounds like Hyperterminal works for some controllers but not all as far as DNC goes. In interactive mode it actually returns “Block? The “drip feed” term is basically another word for DNC which allows large files to be run on a machine with limited on-board file space.
Warnings are usually not a big deal, since source code written and compiled on centorid OS architecture may compile cleanly, but cnnc4 a different OS architecture may have some minor issues. I’m assuming its the Y wire harness hopefully!
Since I’m getting ready to move my machine into my shop, I just wanted to make sure that I could most likely overcome this limitation. Many times, it’s as simple as just restarting the parent process that’s been affected. The servo amps seem to have a proprietary connection. I cejtroid have a lathe running on Mach3.
The control is controlled by serial. XP uses a program called ‘Hyperterminal’. I would be interested in this too, since I have a Centroid M40 controlling my mill.
Oh and by the way, remember to unlock the knee locks!! The battery provides a nominal amount of power to a CMOS memory chip, keeping it alive during power cycles. Decided this may be a better place to post. I’ve also read that too much pressure can destroy your cylinder!!! I am going to replace everything except the milling machine and the steppers. This leads me to believe I may have a bad communications board. The machine will run a program correctly untill it gets to a point where it rapids to the next coordinate.
I did discover that the battery in the communications board is dead and I plan to replace it this afternoon. I use gtkterm and did a 1.
Anyone have any info on the Centroid CNC4 controller?
I found that 40psi with table empty and add 5psi per lbs of load is the Bridgeport recommendation centrood this machine. I just purchased a Centroid CNC4 controller and woodworking cnc cabinet with serv John I believe that Fenfanatic has not responded since first starting this thread. I’ve used minicom in the past but the ascii-xfr module doesn’t support the wait for special character cncc4 that’s required for drip feeding.
Not sure about the encoders, they connect via DB9 connecters at the control and I suspect they are some type of ttl logic. It has a 5 HP spindle motor with fully programmable spindle speeds, automatic power drawbar and 40 taper spindle.
I wouldn’t recommend letting it bottom out on it’s own due to shock loads to the ball screws. I am new to cnc in general, but did write g code for a cue maker in the past. Centrid position is off because the control assumes the axis went to the commanded position and has no way of accounting for lost steps.
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The right three boards are the stepper drivers. You mention “it ran with a couple errors posting”. Hopefully you folks can get me pointed in the right direction. What controller can I replace this CNC4 controller with to make this work?