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Michael Haberler
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motion is a key component and the bridge between the non-RT canon command layer, and the HAL space. It is also a rather complex piece which has become the kitchen sink of "everying moving" with respect to the CNC stack above.

This talk will focus on an overview, major functions, modes and API's. It is intended as a primer - details of trajectory planning will be covered in a separate talk.

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Talk on the Task CNC stack coordinator:

the recorded video is online:

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This talk gives an overview of the task coordinator, the key component managing states and modes and responsible for the flows between UI and the motion and iocontrol components. We'll review the core functionality, and go through working examples using the Python linuxcnc module, tracing the sequence of events and their causal relation.

This talk is targeted at people who want to understand what is going on, and why - and maybe improving code or fixing bugs. To follow, you should have used machinekit previously, and some programming experience. Since we'll be referring to motion pipeline: if you've missed the first talk, a recording can be found in my youtube channel.

For feedback, you will need a github account since we will use gitter.im as chat channel.

I will put up a link to slides and example references later today here, as well as the link to the hangout event.
A recording will be available on youtube.

We will try a different format this time since voice feedback was problematic given the number of attendees: please post feedback and questions to https://gitter.im/machinekit/events - a moderator will help managing the feedback channel.

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The first of a series of talks giving a high-level structural overview of Machinekit internals - targeted at people who want to understand what is going on, and why - and maybe start developing code or fixing bugs

Prerequisites: basic understanding of G-code,  previous Machinekit usage, curiosity - and some programming experience

preliminary slides are here: http://static.mah.priv.at/public/gcode-interpreter.pdf
A recording will be available on youtube.

to play with the interpreter, it would be useful to have a machinekit installation at hand - simulator ok, no hardware needed!

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Machinekit goes Web!

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