daedelus wrote: ↑
Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:51 am
Yes, I have replicated the problem from your provided settings and am getting the same issue (no G92 output). This should not happen and will issue a fix as soon as I get my licence back from Jetbrains (company that makes my IDE of choice). Not sure why this happens yet.
Thanks for telling me.
Thanks for the reply.
BTW I'm not sure what I'm asking of you is correct.
I had posted a question regarding the same on the CNCZone forum
And user "CitizenOfDream" feels that the existing scheme of things (no G92 codes) is the way it should be.
Please see his answer here https://www.cnczone.com/forums/pcb-mill ... ost2260444
The link is not showing the correct post so I 'm pasting his answer here
It contains one G92 statement just like it should. It only needs to be done once.
And on second thoughts one gets the feeling that what he is hinting at is correct. Because you have already zeroed the Z at the start of the file (your code generates 2 G92 statements at the begining of the probe routine).
And this start point is taken as a reference to log the remaining Z values.
However I am no expert on this topic and leave it to you to judge.
Which brings me to the second issue that I raised.
Why is the output triplet file not logging the correct X,Y,Z values, I get the same values on all the lines logged in that file?
Is it related to this G92 code or is it a seperate issue, the one that plagues USB controllers when used with Mach3.