SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller

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SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller

Post by lollette » Sat Aug 31, 2019 1:31 am

(SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller) and I have a doubt about the drive of the ''A'' axis.

I need axis 'A' to be a slave to axis 'Y'. How do I use it this way? Where do I set up?

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Re: SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller

Post by lollette » Sat Aug 31, 2019 1:34 am

Cannot configure the slave axis.
 
2 axes can work together through parallel signal lines
 
Or use
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Re: SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller

Post by lollette » Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:23 am

I have other question:

what is the best post processor this equipment performs (SMC4 4 16a16b) ? because I put a G code in a .txt file for it to execute and there was a lot of error, it didn't execute correctly. What file extension does it work for milling without errors?

I noticed he has 50 Mhz, what does that mean? does this have to do with the g code execution speed? I also saw that you have other equipment with 500 Mhz, would it be faster?

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Re: SMC4 4 16A16B Offline CNC controller

Post by lollette » Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:27 am

Select MACH3 format or standard 3 axis, the file format is generally TAP or NC
 
The maximum frequency of the SMC4 pulse is 50KHz, and the highest frequency of the SMC5 pulse is 500KHz.
 
Pulse frequency is independent of G code execution speed
 
SMC5 performance is better than SMC4, the execution G code speed is relatively high

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