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  • #13205
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    One moment, I’m writing these out…. From the M100 command, you should see

    == https://www.marginallyclever.com/ ==
    I understand the following commands:
    Nx [A]*y (this is line number x, with checksum y)
    Where A is one of the following:
    G0 [Xx] [Yy] [Zz] (move to XYZ)
    G1 [Xx] [Yy] [Zz] (move to XYZ)
    G2 [Xx] [Yy] [Zz] (move anticlockwise in XY plane to XYZ)
    G3 [Xx] [Yy] [Zz] (move clockwise in XY plane to to XYZ)
    G4 [Pp] [Ss] (wait P seconds and S milliseconds)
    G28 (find home)
    G54-59 [Xx] [Yy] [Zz] (adjust tool offset)
    G90 (absolute movement mode)
    G91 (relative movement mode)
    M17 (disable motors)
    M18 (enable motors)
    M100 (help)
    M110 N* (set line number to *)
    M114 (where)
    UID * (write robot UID * to EEPROM)
    R60 [Aa] [Bb] [Cc] [Dd] [Ed] (set sensors adjustment to new value [abcde])
    R61 (display switch adjustment)
    R70 (write sensor adjustments to memory)
    R71 (reset switch adjustmentles to factory default)

    #13208
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    On brand new machines we run (from arduino serial at 57600 baud)

    R71

    R70

    R61 to check they wrote, then

    G28 to home and finally

    G0 commands to move along each axis. For example, G0 X1 moves X+1. By default movements are absolute from the home position.

    #13209
    AvatarAnonymous
    Inactive

    HI,

    I got the Java Software to work on Windows 10, but I had to change the CUE variable from “> ” to “>\n”

    The Queue was stuck on waitingForCue == true

    Is this a serial port setting? (it’s been a while). Or maybe something Windows specific?

    Anyways, just FYI.

    Thanks!

    Rick

    #13210
    DanDan
    Keymaster

    In Arduino Serial Monitor, change the “newline” setting to send newline. without it both return key and “send” button will appear to do nothing.

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