• Dan
    January 12, 2018 at 16:08 #15275

    I want to make your life easier. Which of the following would help more?

    a) a full list of supported gcode, the syntax, and what it is for

    b) a tutorial about writing your own conversion style in java

    c) a tutorial about writing your own generator in java

    d) something else (please be specific)

    David Pau Antich
    January 13, 2018 at 10:10 #15284

    a full list of supported gcode, the syntax, and what it is for

    Dan
    January 16, 2018 at 15:07 #15324

    David – here is a partial list, unsorted. I will edit later with more.

    GCODE FOR MAKELANGELO:
    GCODE FOR MAKELANGELO:

    [G] [Preparatory Commands] Codes:

    G0-G1 [Xnnn] [Ynnn] [Znnn] [Unnn] [Vnnn] [Wnnn] [Ann] [Fnn]
    Move in a straight line.

    G2-G3 [Xnnn] [Ynnn] [Ann] [Fnn] [Inn] [Jnn]
    Move in an arcs in the XY plane. G2 for cw, G3 for ccw.

    G4 [Snn] [Pnn]
    Wait S milliseconds and P seconds.

    [G28]
    Move to origin (Go home).

    [G29]
    Calibrate belts.

    G54-G59 [Xnnn] [Ynnn] [Znnn] [Unnn] [Vnnn] [Wnnn]
    Adjust tool offset.

    [G90]
    Enable Absolute Mode.

    [G91]
    Enable Relative Mode.

    G92 [Xnnn] [Ynnn] [Znnn] [Unnn] [Vnnn] [Wnnn]
    Teleport mental position.

    [M] [Miscellaneous Function] Codes:

    M6 [Tnnn]
    Change the currently active tool.

    [M17]
    Engage Motor.

    [M18]
    Disengage Motor.

    M100
    Print a helpful message to serial. The first line must never be changed to play nice with the JAVA software.

    M101 Annn [Tnnn] [Bnnn]
    Change axis A limits to max T and min B.
    Look for change to dimensions in command, apply and save changes.

    M102
    Print the machine limits to serial.

    [M110] [Nnnn]
    Set Line Number.

    M114
    Print the X,Y,Z, feedrate, acceleration, and home position

    M117 [string]
    Display string on the LCD panel. Command is ignored if there is no LCD panel.

    M226 P[a] S[b]
    Wait for pin a to be in state b (1 or 0). if P or S are missing, wait for user to press click wheel on LCD.
    Command is ignored if there is no LCD panel (and no button to press).

    [D] Codes:

    D0 [Lnnn] [Rnnn] [Unnn] [Vnnn] [Wnnn] [Tnnn]
    Jog each motor nnn steps.
    Latter motor names are UVWT.

    D5
    Report current firmware version.

    D6 [Xnnn] [Ynnn] [Znnn] [Unnn] [Vnnn] [Wnnn]
    Set home position for each axis.

    D7 [Lnnn] [Rnnn]
    Set calibration length of each belt.

    D8
    Report calibration values for left and right belts.

    D11
    Makelangelo 5 specific setup call.

    HazratDeewana
    February 10, 2018 at 02:45 #15548

    Hi
    I am new here and I am a tourist guider at Chittoor Dargah , Kapasan wale Baba .
    best regards
    Hazrat Deewana

    Arual
    February 14, 2018 at 08:41 #15601

    Hi,

    I would like to know how can i compile the project in IntelliJ IDEA?

    Thank you in advance,
    Laura

    EdmondsLibrarian
    March 13, 2018 at 09:32 #19393

    I really like the GCode list. Thank you.
    As a progression at school, the Cartesian grid is the place to start. Eventually (like in Middle School), I hope my students would understand GCode, much like html. Don’t know if there are any like-minded educators. For example, having students draw a picture from GCode on paper would be a good offline experience.

    Dan
    March 13, 2018 at 13:11 #19395

    Makelangelo software can load a gcode file, which will immediately be displayed in WYSIWYG preview.

    It may help to tick the box in preferences > graphics > show pen up moves

    Dan
    October 23, 2018 at 15:35 #20981

    So it would seem that with Scratch support now included, A-C are completed. Neato.

    StephenPierce
    November 26, 2018 at 02:38 #21224

    New here too.

    Hope for a good start here.

    Tan
    April 14, 2019 at 10:55 #22998

    as a makelangelo fan:

    wireless connection
    tool/pen changer
    endstop usage / easier homing and easier machine size control
    easier usage without LCD ( skipping “click to continue” step ) maybe someone shares the gcode for skipping that step
    different approach to Z axis / being able to use brush and getting different linewidhts with servo angles

    would be perfect

    fantasies:
    flying makelangelo
    wacom2makelangelo or wacom2gcode2makelangelo / realtime drawing
    DIY tutorial for dummies like me

    still. I love my makelangelo

    Dan
    April 15, 2019 at 12:55 #23001

    1. I’m looking at options for a wemos/esp* brain that would be wireless.
    2. what do you mean? automatic pen changing? foo… that’s a big ask for a polargraph.
    3. Possible on the M3 with a few changes.
    4. I could add a toggle in the software to not add the message, beep, and wait for click.
    5. not sure what you mean here.

    what kind of diy tutorial? Do any of these help? https://mcr.dozuki.com/c/User_Guides

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