I noticed these Warnings after downloading a file to the controller. I don’t know why or how to correct this. Does anyone else?
I use Maker with the OneFinity inch file format to generate the code.
Forgot to show an example of the many warnings:
|Warning||230||Arc radiuses differ by 0.00100442mm|
|Warning||234||Arc radiuses differ by 0.001mm|
|Warning||251||Arc radiuses differ by 0.001mm|
|Warning||362||Arc radiuses differ by 0.00100235mm|
Not sure that something as small as a thousand of an inch is going to all that much of a problem in woodworking … perhaps metalworking.
In this case size doesn’t matter I’m wondering why the warnings being are generated.
Perhaps something to do with the post-processor you are using?
Hey Ron - which post processor are you using? It might have something to do with the gcode for arcs (G02/G03) vs the arc ‘fitting’ with small sequences. But a thou of a mm is quite small.
Hi Tom- OneFinity inch with Maker post processor. Another point of interest might be that I see the warnings when I upload from my PC using Chrome but at the controller I do not see them.
Thanks for the reply
Hmmm, I don’t know have that SW so I can’t try to duplicate the results. If you can, upload the gcode and I will see if I get the same error. Or maybe you can load it into the demo site buildotics provides - you might be able to reproduce it there.
I have an email in to support as well. The file runs fine so I’ll see what they conclude.
Thanks for the thoughts
Is there a list for what these different warning codes are for. It would be nice to have some kind of reference chart for these. I have seen plenty of posts about the z position warning. (which I learned can be triggered by having a short bit too far in the collet) but nothing on some of the other ones.
I think because you can’t control the speed of the router with the controller. I have been told to disregard the warnings I see from my PC uploads to controller.
when i googled that code I got G64 rounds the g code geometry and the G64 parameters adjust how much rounding to do. It has something to do with the angles and the geometry not being efficient. I just couldnt find anywhere to explain any of this code or how it relates to what adjustments I should be making.
I found docs on the g-codes and what each one does. This information was not the easiest to find.