And that didn’t work any better, but I next tried the P parameter to make sure the files didn’t try to execute at the same time. Here’s what worked:
G28 X Y
M32 P !StarO.gco#
M32 P !StarI.gco#
M32 P !SquareO.gco#
M32 P !SquareI.gco#
M32 P !LogoO.gco#
M32 P !LogoI.gco#
M32 P !CircleO.gco#
M32 P !CircleI.gco#
M32 P !TriangO.gco#
M32 P…[Read more]
And I hit a new milestone today… After ten weeks I was allowed to stand, and take a couple of assisted steps, on my actual feet without the boot. I’m not supposed to try it on my own at home yet, but hopefully that’ll show up after my next PT appointment next week.
I’m going to go the route of a master file that lists all the gcode files in sequence to see if I can get enough hours out of a session to at least cover the hours of operation down there, then look into adding a flag to the M32 command to exit the previous file after starting the new one. I’ll let you all know how it goes…
Well I went right out and bought some stuff on Amazon, after all my 10% should be here well before the credit card bill is due. 😉
I monitor a couple of WordPress sites and find there are updates for various parts about twice a week. I’m using Wordfence to tell me and it’s been pretty reliable.
And it works! (For a short while, then it fails).
It loads the first file, which loads the second file, which doesn’t load the third file. I’m guessing there are too many file handles open at once, since it doesn’t look like the M32 closes the first file when opening the second, which doesn’t close the second when attempting to open the third. I…[Read more]
Turns out I mistyped at the very beginning of this thread. The command is M32, not M23. If you search for M32 here you should see the Select and Start entry. If anyone has gotten it to work though, I’d really like to know how. I created eleven gcode files (one each from outside to center and visa versa for the five object type in Sandify, plus an…[Read more]
Yeah, my billsey came from the first time I created an account on a Xenix machine… (Late 80s IIRC, well before my first internet exposure.) I typed my full name like I used on the BBSes I was on and the OS removed the space and truncated to seven characters. I’ve been stuck with it ever since.
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