After I bought maslow cnc, I made some projects, box for “brains” with coolers, cut out plexi and dibond for sign. If was ok. Was difficulty to find cutting feeds and speeds. I`m the only one who confused finding info in all maslow webpages? Like github, comunitygarden, forums… Can someone put all things in one place, like maslowcnc.com not with external links to github or comunitygarden or in forum mess.
Problem No 1.
I worked with 1.18 and 1.21 versions. After i updated top beam, I instaled 1.24, calibrated and started cutting. First error: sled can`t keepup. On motor test starting to draw circle.
Tryed: lose some weight on sled. Didn’t worked.
Changed to higher error limit. Didn’t worked.
Removed sled. Didn’t worked.
Cheked all pins. Didn’t worked.
Downgradet to 1.21. Worked!
Something with firmware?
Problem No 2.
In 1.21 after Test motors/encoders motos stops not in same posicion and after test if I press play - sled is not keeping up…
If I press to cut, everyfing looks good.
Problem No 3.
How to cut inside corners? slow down? or pre drill? look in picture.
I wonder if its not just a combination of the small movement you are trying to make with a small router bit. maybe there wasn’t enough force to push it into the corner for that short jog. I ran it in webcontrol on a simulator and it was hard to even tell it made the move. It’s such a short distance.
I don’t know. I had bad experiences running this kind of files in the past. Buffer overflows that have be caught and fixed.
But the math is constantly increasing and would not put my mega through this calculations. I would even refuse if someone would ask me to simple additions with this numbers
Edit: It would be good to know though. I will run the file in fake server mode and see if anything shows up in the log.
The log is full of ‘Large-radius arc replaced by straight line to…’
Was the .svg done in inkscape?
I could not find issues with the .nc in the dog-bone part with bcnc, but other parts have issues like asking maslow to move tenth and hundredth of a mm 3 lines in a row.
I can’t tell if it’s the .nc but you could try if turning on ‘truncating’ in GC makes a difference:
In GC click on settings and on the grey ->Maslow Settings to go to ->Advanced settings.
Turn on ->Truncate Floating…
Made g code in jscut.org. And different story. In corners feeds slow down. Never use macercam… I`m concern about straight lines which going up in deep pass, in small passes looks straight, can it be guilty weight, because my sleds weight are in middle. Or rotating milling bit rising upwards then cuts?