Quote from testyourdesign on August 31, 2018, 1:42 am
Thats a great looking machine @tayloredtech . Really enjoy working with my DIY CNC router. I can do so much more in half the time it used to take me doing it manually. Did you get it working yet?
Quote from MASSO - Support on August 24, 2018, 8:43 pm
thanks for the info, so as the first step what have you already done on the machine and where are you at now. Next please let us know for what part you need help with and we will go through all the points.
Quote from MASSO - Support on October 18, 2018, 6:56 am
thanks for the info and the video, the motion is definitely way too slow.
Can you please share the MASSO software version and settings file as per this link https://www.masso.com.au/docs/masso...download-machine-profiles/save-load-settings/ and then we can go through the steps.
Please also provide details about the axis setup, ballscrew pitch etc
Quote from testyourdesign on October 18, 2018, 5:42 pm
@taylordedtech the Gecko G203 are designed for 2000 PPR not 200. The MASSO software limits the jogging feed rate and doesn't allow us to change it yet. They have an update planned to allow us to change the jogging feed rate for larger machines like yours.
Quote from testyourdesign on October 19, 2018, 12:59 am
Almost all steppers are 1.8 degrees. That's the standard so as long as they run the age doesn't matter. If you are using the keyboard then only options for jogging are presets for Slow or Rapid. You access the Rapid Jogging speed by pressing the SHIFT + the direction arrow you want to move.
Quote from MASSO - Support on October 20, 2018, 3:54 am
@tayloredtech the motor step angle is not an issue. The first step before being able to anything on speeds or acceleration is to calibrate the movements. So right now is the axis movement calibrated? if you say it to move X10 then does it move exactly 10mm?