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Re: [mach1mach2cnc] thc on / off problem

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  • Dave
    What does CandCNC say about this issue?? ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 20 5:48 PM
      What does CandCNC say about this issue??



      On 7/20/2013 11:41 AM, mahyar wrote:
      >
      > I have candcnc controller and pwm sensor and mach3 software.
      >
      > When I use code M 101 to turn off the thc again after 1 or 2 cut my z
      > axis will move.
      >
      > I want to turn it off with code safely and when I need turn it on .
      > How can I do it?
      >
      > 2) Is this normal : during these conditions :when plasma is off and
      > arc ok signal is off and thc is on and any codes not running , I test
      > thc up and thc down signal as emulated checked in mach3 and with u key
      > torch goes up and with d keys torch goes down .
      > (in mach3 allow thc up/down control even if not in thc mode already
      > checked)
      >
      > Is it normal ? I worried in this case when the thc mode is off ,we
      > still have z movements ,when mach receive the signals up and down from
      > thc card.
      >
      > 3) the important part of my question : As I wanted to cut small holes
      > I used code M101 before first M03 code in my program to turn off thc
      > mode , and then I ran the program , it cut first hole without problem
      > but in the end of second hole cutting , torch suddenly dived down and
      > hit to the sheet. I never thought ,this happened , because I Used code
      > M101 to turn off the thc .How it is possible? Auto ht is off but in
      > mach3 allow thc up/down control even if not in thc mode is checked .
      >
      > Could you please help me ,What was the problem ?
      >
      > Please help me .
      >
      >



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