GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Leonardo
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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Leonardo » Mon Mar 18, 2019 6:06 pm

I am adding two more pictures (please, see the previous post) showing the tool holders with the inserts and the standard angle Kr.

Thank you very much for your patience and effort in this development!
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GrblGru
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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by GrblGru » Tue Mar 19, 2019 8:00 pm

Sorry, at the moment I have a big problem with downloading my program.
Unfortunately, Dropbox surprisingly changed the business model. I can no longer make my data public. I will contact you as soon as I have found a solution.
My workflow: Only a 2D-editor and GrblGru, that's it
Free download from https://GrblGru.com
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_AHk ... 61ZW4qBHWA

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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Leonardo » Tue Mar 19, 2019 8:16 pm

OK GG, do not worry for the delay.

May I suggest you visit this website? Just an idea that come to my mind from time to time... perhaps this would be a solution for you.
If you live in Germany or around, you sure have 300 or 500 MB of band wide, also if you have DSL instead of ADSL will be even better...

https://www.hostingadvice.com/how-to/ho ... n-website/

Best regards,
Leonardo

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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Alexmoon » Wed Mar 20, 2019 6:59 pm

GrblGru wrote:Sorry, at the moment I have a big problem with downloading my program.
Hi GrblGru!
No problems!
We are ready to wait for new versions as needed :)
But I have another problem.
I cannot start scanning/probing.
When I try to switch the property of the machine in the machine manager "Probe = Yes" and save it, the program gives an error and changes the UI.
Also, I cannot start scanning by selecting the Shapeoko_2_Probe machine (after pressing "Start STL Scan" button, nothing happens).
With other GRBL programs, my machine scans correctly.
Commands for start probing in this programms is "G21G91G38.2Z-30F100; G0Z1; G38.2Z-2F10"
(V3.34.1; grbl 1.1; Win 7)
Thanks!
Regards, Alex.
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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by GrblGru » Fri Mar 22, 2019 8:08 pm

I'm sorry that the download from my dropbox doesn't work anymore.
On http://GrblGru.com I have now set up a simple homepage from which the download should be possible again. Please inform me if there are any problems.


@Alexmoon
Please give me a little time. I'll get back to you.
My workflow: Only a 2D-editor and GrblGru, that's it
Free download from https://GrblGru.com
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_AHk ... 61ZW4qBHWA

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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Leonardo » Sat Mar 23, 2019 3:18 am

Hi GG, that's great! Congratulations.!

I downloaded the beta version and the process was fast and perfect.

By the way, it seem to me that this is the same that the last version you have available in dropbox, isn't it?

Best regards!

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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by GrblGru » Sat Mar 23, 2019 5:45 pm

@Leonardo
Thanks for your feedback. I am glad that the download is working again and that I can work on the program again.

Thanks also for your suggestions to the carbide inserts.
I can't find a document about the existing tool holder. The ISO 1832 only defines the inserts.
For example, the angle 80° for the C type is given there. But this angle refers to 2 cutting edges and not absolutely to the Z-axis as in your drawing.
See https://www.schubert-tacke.de/images/sc ... ssel-1.pdf (unfortunately only in German)
Do you have a link about the available tool holder ?

About the image you marked with a blue circle.
You're right. That's not working. But that is because of the choice of the tool.
Every contour cannot be produced with every tool. In this case, the position of the tool is only calculated so that it does not destroy the contour.
My workflow: Only a 2D-editor and GrblGru, that's it
Free download from https://GrblGru.com
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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Alexmoon » Sat Mar 23, 2019 6:02 pm

GrblGru wrote:I have now set up a simple homepage
@Alexmoon
Please give me a little time. I'll get back to you.
Hi, GrblGru!
My congratulations!
I have long said that your program is worthy to have your own website! :)
Do not worry!
My problem does not have an urgent status ;)

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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by GrblGru » Sat Mar 23, 2019 6:58 pm

@Alexmoon
Thanks :)

I've checked the problem now. So far I have only tried the probe in the ShapeOko2_Probe model.
Your 3D model must have a probe (green probe), which you have to save under t++.stl.
It is my mistake that the program crashes if no button is present. I'll fix that in the next version. If you provide me with the STL file, I can test it.

The scan function is a little tricki.
First you have to specify a grid and feeds in the scan dialog. (see pic)
If you now press the button 'Start STL Scan' only a virtual measurement will be started and all measuring points on the STL will be marked yellow.
Note that the probe measures, not the tool. The offset between probe and tool is entered in the Machine Manager.

However, the corresponding GCode is also calculated, which you can view via the button in the toolbar. The sample command g38.2 is built into the GCode.
If you press the 'Start ' button, the GCode is started and the real measurement is started.
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Free download from https://GrblGru.com
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Re: GrblGru = Free 3D-Simulation for ShapeOko2

Post by Leonardo » Sat Mar 23, 2019 7:37 pm

GrblGru wrote:@Leonardo
...Do you have a link about the available tool holder ?...
You are welcome GG! Thank you very much for your efforts in this development!

I found a German site that has a couple of huge catalogs explaining everything.

I am pasting here a link to one of them. Once the catalog opens, select the "Turning Tools" option on the left page, then ">..........18" still on the left page and then go to the page 18.4, 18.5, etc.
You will find a lot of info there.

In my case, as I have a small machine, I have small tool holder which have a 10 by 10 mm shank. As an example, the SCLCR/L 1010 06 that you can find on page 18.34. Once there, you can click on the red number (102 in this case) to see a picture and more info on this tool holder.

Hope this help a bit!

This is the link to the Catalog I am talking about: https://www.hhw.de/uploads/seiten/downl ... index.html

and this is the link to the HHW' download page: https://www.hhw.de/en/Catalogues/HHW%20 ... Catalogues

Best regards!

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