blue0cean wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 13, 2020 6:59 am
ok I tried to find and adapt all Y program lines. Unfortunately the Linuxcnc processor still produces Y 0,000 lines.
Do those lines 260-267 think I'm just for the lead out?
I don't want to be pushed, there are more important things than this adaptation. I will support you with further tests.
I haven't tried posting any lathe code however, I assume the posts will need to be adapted to output usable lathe gcode.
It is on my to do list but would be useful if someone could investigate and advise.
The current prority with LibLathe is reworking the core functions that:
- Evaluate the path and ensure we are working within the parameters of the selected tool
- Perform the path offsetting
This is a tricky thing to get right but it forms the foundation of library. Once this is right everything else will be simplier to impliment.
My aim is to get LibLathe and the Turning add-on in to a 'testable state' sometime after the release of 0.20 and then start to incorperate the add-on into the Pathwork bench.
To be clear, the add-on and liblathe are currently 'Very Experimental'
and not intended for use beyond testing and experimentation, its great that there is interest in testing and providing feedback but please don't expect it to produce anything suitable for running on a machine, also note that things may seem to work one day and be terribly broken then next.