Autoleveller and Mach 3 + BL-UsbMach-V22

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aislanmds
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Autoleveller and Mach 3 + BL-UsbMach-V22

Post by aislanmds » Mon May 18, 2020 10:38 pm

Good evening for all.
I did some research here on the forum, but I couldn't solve my problem with Autoleveller. I saw that several users had problems with the Autoleveller and USB Card.

I'm using a Chinese USB card, and controller BL-UsbMach-V22.dll I'm having trouble probing the plate. I did a test using 2-stage to be able to view the log file, and on all lines it has the same information as the x, y, z coordinate.

I appreciate any help.

Thank you.

.nc File:
(This GCode script was designed to adjust the Z height of a CNC machine according)
(to the minute variations in the surface height in order to achieve a better result in the milling/etching process)
(This script is the output of AutoLevellerAE, 0.9.5u2 Changeset: ...2d0387 @ http://autoleveller.co.uk)
(Author: James Hawthorne PhD. File creation date: 17-05-2020 12:56)
(This program and any of its output is licensed under GPLv2 and as such...)
(AutoLevellerAE comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details, see sections 11 and 12 of the GPLv2 @ http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html)

(The following is a checklist which can be used before the probe routine starts)
(The checklist may not be entirely correct given your machine, therefore you should make your own adaptations as appropriate)
(1. Make sure wires/clips are attached and the probe is working correctly)
(Test probe connections within control software before starting)
(2. Home all axis)
(3. Load GCode file that contains the probe routine into your software controller)
(4. Jog tool tip close to surface and touch off Z)
(5. Jog Z up a fraction to make sure surface is cleared)
(6. Jog to and touch off X and Y at the desired bottom left corner of the probe area)
(Note: The first probe will touch off Z to 0.0 when it first touches to the surface,)
(all other probe values are relative to this first point)

G90 G21 S20000 G17

M0 (Attach probe wires and clips that need attaching)
(Initialize probe routine)
G0 Z5 (Move clear of the board first)
G1 X0.27 Y0.27 F2500 (Move to bottom left corner)
G0 Z2 (Quick move to probe clearance height)
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100 (Probe to a maximum of the specified probe height at the specified feed rate)
M2002
G92 Z0 (Touch off Z to 0 once contact is made)
M100
G0 Z2 (Move Z to above the contact point)
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F50 (Repeat at a more accurate slower rate)
M2002
G92 Z0
M100
G0 Z2

M40
G0 Z2
G1 X0.27 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X10.59667 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X20.92334 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X31.25001 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X41.57668 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X51.90335 Y0.27 F2500
G4P1
G31 Z-15 F100
M2002
G0 Z2
G1 X62.23002 Y0.27 F2500
......
log File:
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
87.08814,52.40875,-21.79750
........

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