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Re: Ceramic bearings

TonyZPP
 

Hi Dan,
 
I found your post from last October, and see that you have made some high speed spindles.
I’ve been thinking about making one to mount on my Sherline Mill for PCB engraving. I know making
a HS spindle is a challenging endeavor, so I was wondering if you could share your designing/building
experiences. What bearings did you use? What type/size collet? Etc...
 
Thanks!
 
Tony
 
 
 
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2014 7:41 AM
Subject: Re: [pcb-gcode] Ceramic bearings
 



I made a couple of spindles as well. For my high RPM version ( 60k RPM ), I added an airflow from the top of the spindle to
cool the ceramic balls as well as preventing milling dust penetrating the bearings. You can add an oil injector in the air hose to
achieve mist lubrication with very small volumes of oil. But the spindle barely goes warm. You can also replace the air with water mist as the ceramic balls doesn't rust.

Easily done. You do however need some air exhaust down at the milling area.

Cheers

Dan


On 30 Oct 2014 04:23:35 -0700
"ct1fgw@... [pcb-gcode]" wrote:

> Hi guys,
>
> I´m finishing a new spindle and need some advice. My other spindle works well but I built it too rugged since it was to be used for working metal as well. I used roller and thrust bearings, making it hard to drive at high speeds and my small motor gets hot after a while. I also used a too big collet and collet chuck and so, any small imbalances produce noise and vibration.
> I decided to order a new and much smaller collet chuck (a R11 M) and full ceramic bearings (628). I have the spindle almost finished but now I´m wondering if I should lubricate the bearings or not. I never used ceramic bearings before and started to think (not a good thing I suppose ) that since the ceramic is not a good heat conductor, the heat generated will increase the temperature of the contacting surfaces to the point of evaporating the oil, leaving the burned residue (not a good thing). I know that, as the temperature rises, the radiation (and conduction) losses will increase and some stability point will be reached, my problem is how high is that point going to be?
>
> Well, put it simply, should or shouldn’t I lubricate the damn bearings ? .

>
> João

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someone's inability to see your worth.

Re: Sale on PreciseBits PCB etching bits

Z P
 

Bugger...


I just purchased 20 piecesand missed out on a GREAT deal



From: "'Jeffrey Birt' birt_j@... [pcb-gcode]"
To: pcb-gcode@...
Sent: Thursday, 19 February 2015, 1:01
Subject: [pcb-gcode] Sale on PreciseBits PCB etching bits

 
Sorry for the ‘spam’ guys but I wanted to let you know that I have put the PreciseBits EM2E8/EM3E8 tapered stub mills on sale. There is a coupon code on the page that will take an additional 20% off the price.
 
 
These are the ‘V1’ of the tapered stub mills which have been getting rave reviews. PreciseBits just announced a ‘V2’ yesterday and I want to clear out the ‘V1’ bits to make room for ‘V2’ bits. While the ‘V1’ bits did an awesome job and was far better than a standard ‘V’ type etching bit, PreciseBits found room for improvement and thus came out with the ‘V2’ bits. The point is that even though the ‘V2’ bits are better, you won’t be disappointed with the V1 bits, especially at this price.
 
Sorry for the ‘spam’,
 
Jeff Birt
Soigeneris.com


Sale on PreciseBits PCB etching bits

jeff.birt
 

Sorry for the ‘spam’ guys but I wanted to let you know that I have put the PreciseBits EM2E8/EM3E8 tapered stub mills on sale. There is a coupon code on the page that will take an additional 20% off the price.

 

http://www.soigeneris.com/precise_bits_em2e8_em3e8_etching_bits-details.aspx

 

These are the ‘V1’ of the tapered stub mills which have been getting rave reviews. PreciseBits just announced a ‘V2’ yesterday and I want to clear out the ‘V1’ bits to make room for ‘V2’ bits. While the ‘V1’ bits did an awesome job and was far better than a standard ‘V’ type etching bit, PreciseBits found room for improvement and thus came out with the ‘V2’ bits. The point is that even though the ‘V2’ bits are better, you won’t be disappointed with the V1 bits, especially at this price.

 

Sorry for the ‘spam’,

 

Jeff Birt

Soigeneris.com

Re: Milling layer 46

Gaston Gagnon
 

Thanks to both of you, Art and Martin.

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http://public.fotki.com/Gaston-Gagnon/
On 15-02-11 8:14 AM, martin312@... [pcb-gcode] wrote:
�

Can I refer you to my posts 7154 and 7156. The spreadsheet will do the work for you to draw the mill line in the correct width and location.

Regards
Martin Marriott
mlmSolutions





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Re: Milling layer 46

mlmcnc
 

Can I refer you to my posts 7154 and 7156. The spreadsheet will do the work for you to draw the mill line in the correct width and location.

Regards
Martin Marriott
mlmSolutions

Re: Milling layer 46

Art Eckstein
 

Gaston,
To the best of my knowledge, there is no compensation feature as you desire. You need to adjust your border as the milling cutter will do no offsets of its own.

Art
Country bubba



At 10:08 PM 2/10/2015, you wrote:


Hi all,
The mill gcode file does not seem to compensate for the bit diameter. Is there a provision somewhere to keep the mill outside the Dimension border?

Gaston
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Milling layer 46

Gaston Gagnon
 

Hi all,
The mill gcode file does not seem to compensate for the bit diameter. Is there a provision somewhere to keep the mill outside the Dimension border?

Gaston
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Re: New member

ninoy torres <ninoytorres@...>
 

Hello Jean-Claude,
 
You're right indeed, it took some time for me to put things together. I bought the 
Zen Toolworks CNC DIY KIT 7x12 3D (F8 Version) and I'm running it with an Arduino board.
 
The only problem I had with this kit since it has dual purpose (cnc/3D printer) the gantry is a bit flimsy. So to cope with it I have to keep it into a crawling feed rate of 120mm/min.
 
My first PCB isolation sample is using the PCB-GODE (excellent plug-in), I'm happy on the outcome but I guess like everyone else issue I have a uneven isolation depth due to poor copper clad flatness.
 
I've been to trying understand how autoleveling works and I stumbled few forums that the PCB-GCODE have this feature. So I would like to give a try.
 
Once again thank you.
 
BR,
Nino      



On Thursday, February 5, 2015 3:47 PM, "Casy_ch casy_ch@... [pcb-gcode]" wrote:


 
Hello Nino

Congratulation for the new acquisition. It will take a bit of time until you get everything you may make with the machine but you will enjoy the work with it.

Which machine did you buy?

Rgds
Jean-Claude


Am 05.02.2015 um 02:34 schrieb ninoytorres@... [pcb-gcode]:
 
Hello to everyone,

First of all thank you JJ for granting me access to pcb-gcode group, I'm very happy to be part of this group. I just recently acquire my very first CNC and still exploring the things that I can do or create from this wonderful machine. 

br,
Nino   



Re: New member

casy_ch@tbwil.ch
 

Hello Nino

Congratulation for the new acquisition. It will take a bit of time until you get everything you may make with the machine but you will enjoy the work with it.

Which machine did you buy?

Rgds
Jean-Claude


Am 05.02.2015 um 02:34 schrieb ninoytorres@... [pcb-gcode]:

 

Hello to everyone,


First of all thank you JJ for granting me access to pcb-gcode group, I'm very happy to be part of this group. I just recently acquire my very first CNC and still exploring the things that I can do or create from this wonderful machine. 


br,

Nino   


New member

ninoytorres@...
 

Hello to everyone,


First of all thank you JJ for granting me access to pcb-gcode group, I'm very happy to be part of this group. I just recently acquire my very first CNC and still exploring the things that I can do or create from this wonderful machine. 


br,

Nino   

Re: auto leveller

René F. Viancos S.
 

Hola Miguel...

Este fue mi comienzo...


En el grupo de Facebook de pcbgxode compartiré fotografias cuando procese una placa.

Saludos

René

El martes, 3 de febrero de 2015, Miguel Grassi migrassi@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
 

Hola René,

¿Tienes más información sobre el proceso de electroplateado que haces? Me parece muy interesante.

Gracias y saludos,

Miguel


On Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 8:19 PM, René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:
 

Hello Dan...


If I mill first, and then eletroplate vias filled/painted with graphite ink solution, the milled surface (removed cooper) will be afected with spreads of this ink and electroplatting process will not be clean... You will get sone cooper on milled areas... For clean vias and pads electroplatting, you need to drill fisrt, then paint the vias/holes cilinder with the graphite ink, then electroplate with cooper sulfate solution (18% in root killers) and then autolevel avoiding holes, and then milling...

The old version of pcb gcode with autolevel features generates the same gcode files that autoleveler.co.uk but avoiding drill/holes coordinates if those match with scanning probe coordinates...

Comments ???

Regards from Chile

René

El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, Dan Andersson dan@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> escribió:

 



ALWAYS mill first. If you drill, you will affect the flatness of the surface.

Drilling before milling experiences can be expensive so just don't.

Regards

Dan, M0DFI

On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 16:17:42 -0300
"René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode]" <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:

> Thanks JJ.
>
> Do you know sone third parte add-on/promgram that makes the scanning
> process avoiding drills/holes taking the drill file as an input ?
>
> Bests,
>
> René
>
> El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, John J john6060842@... [pcb-gcode] <
> pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
>
> >
> >
> > I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved
> > than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little
> > time to devote to pcb-gcode.
> >
> > Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.
> >
> > Regards,
> > JJ
> >
> > On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@...
> > rene@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> > pcb-gcode@...
> > pcb-gcode@...');>> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of
> >> pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the
> >> special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put
> >> this feature in the next update...
> >>
> >> Regards
> >>
> >> René from Chile
> >>

> >>
> >> 2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@...
> >> sangraikang@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> >> pcb-gcode@...
> >> pcb-gcode@...');>>:
> >>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto
> >>> leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/> but it would be nice to have
> >>> this feature in the pcb-gcode.
> >>> AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and
> >>> adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download
> >>> here.
> >>> View on www.autoleveller.co.uk
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> Preview by Yahoo
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> René Felipe Viancos.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Sent from a MacBook Pro
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>
> --
> René Felipe Viancos.



--
René Felipe Viancos.







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Re: auto leveller

Miguel Grassi
 

Hola René,

¿Tienes más información sobre el proceso de electroplateado que haces? Me parece muy interesante.

Gracias y saludos,

Miguel


On Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 8:19 PM, René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:
 

Hello Dan...


If I mill first, and then eletroplate vias filled/painted with graphite ink solution, the milled surface (removed cooper) will be afected with spreads of this ink and electroplatting process will not be clean... You will get sone cooper on milled areas... For clean vias and pads electroplatting, you need to drill fisrt, then paint the vias/holes cilinder with the graphite ink, then electroplate with cooper sulfate solution (18% in root killers) and then autolevel avoiding holes, and then milling...

The old version of pcb gcode with autolevel features generates the same gcode files that autoleveler.co.uk but avoiding drill/holes coordinates if those match with scanning probe coordinates...

Comments ???

Regards from Chile

René

El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, Dan Andersson dan@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> escribió:

 



ALWAYS mill first. If you drill, you will affect the flatness of the surface.

Drilling before milling experiences can be expensive so just don't.

Regards

Dan, M0DFI

On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 16:17:42 -0300
"René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode]" <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:

> Thanks JJ.
>
> Do you know sone third parte add-on/promgram that makes the scanning
> process avoiding drills/holes taking the drill file as an input ?
>
> Bests,
>
> René
>
> El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, John J john6060842@... [pcb-gcode] <
> pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
>
> >
> >
> > I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved
> > than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little
> > time to devote to pcb-gcode.
> >
> > Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.
> >
> > Regards,
> > JJ
> >
> > On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@...
> > rene@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> > pcb-gcode@...
> > pcb-gcode@...');>> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of
> >> pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the
> >> special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put
> >> this feature in the next update...
> >>
> >> Regards
> >>
> >> René from Chile
> >>

> >>
> >> 2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@...
> >> sangraikang@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> >> pcb-gcode@...
> >> pcb-gcode@...');>>:
> >>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto
> >>> leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/> but it would be nice to have
> >>> this feature in the pcb-gcode.
> >>> AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and
> >>> adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download
> >>> here.
> >>> View on www.autoleveller.co.uk
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> Preview by Yahoo
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> René Felipe Viancos.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Sent from a MacBook Pro
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>
> --
> René Felipe Viancos.



--
René Felipe Viancos.





Re: auto leveller

René F. Viancos S.
 

Hello Dan...

If I mill first, and then eletroplate vias filled/painted with graphite ink solution, the milled surface (removed cooper) will be afected with spreads of this ink and electroplatting process will not be clean... You will get sone cooper on milled areas... For clean vias and pads electroplatting, you need to drill fisrt, then paint the vias/holes cilinder with the graphite ink, then electroplate with cooper sulfate solution (18% in root killers) and then autolevel avoiding holes, and then milling...

The old version of pcb gcode with autolevel features generates the same gcode files that autoleveler.co.uk but avoiding drill/holes coordinates if those match with scanning probe coordinates...

Comments ???

Regards from Chile

René


El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, Dan Andersson dan@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
 



ALWAYS mill first. If you drill, you will affect the flatness of the surface.

Drilling before milling experiences can be expensive so just don't.

Regards

Dan, M0DFI

On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 16:17:42 -0300
"René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode]" <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:

> Thanks JJ.
>
> Do you know sone third parte add-on/promgram that makes the scanning
> process avoiding drills/holes taking the drill file as an input ?
>
> Bests,
>
> René
>
> El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, John J john6060842@... [pcb-gcode] <
> pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
>
> >
> >
> > I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved
> > than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little
> > time to devote to pcb-gcode.
> >
> > Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.
> >
> > Regards,
> > JJ
> >
> > On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@...
> > rene@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> > pcb-gcode@...
> > pcb-gcode@...');>> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of
> >> pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the
> >> special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put
> >> this feature in the next update...
> >>
> >> Regards
> >>
> >> René from Chile
> >>

> >>
> >> 2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@...
> >> sangraikang@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
> >> pcb-gcode@...
> >> pcb-gcode@...');>>:
> >>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto
> >>> leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/> but it would be nice to have
> >>> this feature in the pcb-gcode.
> >>> AutoLeveller | Downloads
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and
> >>> adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download
> >>> here.
> >>> View on www.autoleveller.co.uk
> >>> <http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
> >>> Preview by Yahoo
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> René Felipe Viancos.
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Sent from a MacBook Pro
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>
> --
> René Felipe Viancos.



--
René Felipe Viancos.



Re: auto leveller

Dan Andersson
 

ALWAYS mill first. If you drill, you will affect the flatness of the surface.


Drilling before milling experiences can be expensive so just don't.




Regards


Dan, M0DFI


On Mon, 2 Feb 2015 16:17:42 -0300
"René F. Viancos S. rviancos@... [pcb-gcode]" <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:


Thanks JJ.

Do you know sone third parte add-on/promgram that makes the scanning
process avoiding drills/holes taking the drill file as an input ?

Bests,

René

El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, John J john6060842@... [pcb-gcode] <
pcb-gcode@...> escribió:



I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved
than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little
time to devote to pcb-gcode.

Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.

Regards,
JJ

On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@...
<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','rene@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
pcb-gcode@...
<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','pcb-gcode@...');>> wrote:



I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of
pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the
special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put
this feature in the next update...

Regards

René from Chile

2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@...
<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','sangraikang@...');> [pcb-gcode] <
pcb-gcode@...
<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','pcb-gcode@...');>>:



Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto
leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads
<http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/> but it would be nice to have
this feature in the pcb-gcode.
AutoLeveller | Downloads
<http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and
adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download
here.
View on www.autoleveller.co.uk
<http://www.autoleveller.co.uk/download/>
Preview by Yahoo




--
René Felipe Viancos.




--
Sent from a MacBook Pro


--
René Felipe Viancos.

Re: auto leveller

René F. Viancos S.
 

Thanks JJ.

Do you know sone third parte add-on/promgram that makes the scanning process avoiding drills/holes taking the drill file as an input ?

Bests,

René


El lunes, 2 de febrero de 2015, John J john6060842@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> escribió:
 

I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little time to devote to pcb-gcode.

Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.

Regards,
JJ

On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:
 

I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put this feature in the next update...

Regards

René from Chile


2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...>:
 

Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads but it would be nice to have this feature in the pcb-gcode.

AutoLeveller | Downloads
The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download here.
Preview by Yahoo

 




--
René Felipe Viancos.




--
Sent from a MacBook Pro



--
René Felipe Viancos.



Re: auto leveller

John J <john6060842@...>
 

I did some work on it last year, but it turned out to be more involved than I expected. I'm in grad school now and unfortunately have very little time to devote to pcb-gcode.

Your best bet is to go with one of the third-party add-ons/programs.

Regards,
JJ

On Sun, Feb 1, 2015 at 11:57 PM, René F. Viancos S. rene@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...> wrote:
 

I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put this feature in the next update...

Regards

René from Chile


2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...>:
 

Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads but it would be nice to have this feature in the pcb-gcode.

AutoLeveller | Downloads
The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download here.
Preview by Yahoo

 




--
René Felipe Viancos.




--
Sent from a MacBook Pro

3020t yoocnc.

sang kang
 

Hello,

Does anyone own the yoocnc 3020t? I purchased the spindle control unit but there's very little information on how to get this attached to my 3020t.

This came in a package along with the 25pin bob, replacement stepper and the spindle control.

Re: auto leveller

René F. Viancos S. <rene@...>
 

I agree, will be nice to have autoleveller feature in the next version of pcbgocde, with drill holes avoiding in the scanning process, like in the special (and old) version pf pcbgcode with this feature... Please Jhon, put this feature in the next update...

Regards

René from Chile


2015-02-01 18:43 GMT-03:00 sangraikang@... [pcb-gcode] <pcb-gcode@...>:

 

Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads but it would be nice to have this feature in the pcb-gcode.

AutoLeveller | Downloads
The height adjusting CNC software. Autoleveller probes a surface and adjust the Z axis accordingly. Plain gcode in, levelled gcode out. Download here.
Preview by Yahoo

 




--
René Felipe Viancos.


Re: auto leveller

sang kang
 

Same here, where is the auto leveller program? I'm using another auto leveller, AutoLeveller | Downloads but it would be nice to have this feature in the pcb-gcode.

 

auto leveller

soy luna
 

Just want to know why i can not find the auto leveller program. 


thank you,

PD