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- Very nice! I hope to have a printer soon so I can try this out!Jul 12, 2013
- Do you have more details posted somewhere? I like this very much and can't seem to find the branch you mention.Mar 23, 2014
- git.linuxcnc.org. I'll also correct the original post text to note this.the linear delta kinematics I referred to in the post have been merged into the branch "joints_axes4" fromMar 24, 2014
- The lineardeltakins have also been added to my MachineKit builds for the BeagleBone, which are based on UBC3 with standard configurations (ie: not joints-axis-4).
https://github.com/cdsteinkuehler/MachineKit/tree/MachineKit-ubc/src/emc/kinematicsMar 24, 2014
- sweet then I already have it. I just received my BeBoPr++ last week. I noticed comments about the limit switches not being setup. Is that because it just hasn't been done or is there some figuring out to do?
I was excited to see the recent work with pru encoder input. I forgot where I seen it. My machines are driven by Mach. I have a lot to learn about the powerful workings of linuxcnc. The test image you made of bone33 Debian works great too.
What does UBC3 mean?Mar 24, 2014
- Limit switches are working in the hardware and low-level drivers, but you may need configuration file edits to get them working with your machine. Ask on the LinuxCNC users list if you need help getting it working.
UBC3 is "Universal Build Candidate 3", which is the version of LinuxCNC that supports multiple flavors of RTOS and works with the Xenomai kernel required to get decent results on the BeagleBone. The regular branch of LinuxCNC runs on RTAI, which is available for the x86 only.Mar 24, 2014
- Thanks to both you guys for your hard work!!!Mar 25, 2014