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Ix26
#1
Hi,
To use the whole table I need to put I226 on -9000000 but then it do not find the zero position of the sensor with the home command.
If I put I226 on -8000000 there is no problem.
Is there a limit for Ix26?
peter
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#2
Yes, it is -8388608 to 8388608 just like the manual says. Do you have a copy of the Turbo SRM manual?

You can get around this by:
- Homing to a smaller or no offset
- Jogging to the desired home position
- Setting Ixx95 = 0, and issuing an HMZ
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#3
Check for "in position" status and perhaps check that following error is minimal before issuing HMZ.

I believe it is Ix10 that should be 0 to disable absolute position sensor setup. Note that Ix95 in Non-Turbo is different than Ixx95 in Turbo.
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[quote='Richard' pid='9507' dateline='1471538005']
Yes, it is -8388608 to 8388608 just like the manual says. Do you have a copy of the Turbo SRM manual?

Sorry ,yes it is in the manual .
And I will start the program with a jogging to the end of the table and do a HOMEZ.
Thanks for the quickly respons !
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(08-18-2016, 09:44 AM)Gregs Wrote: Check for "in position" status and perhaps check that following error is minimal before issuing HMZ.

I believe it is Ix10 that should be 0 to disable absolute position sensor setup. Note that Ix95 in Non-Turbo is different than Ixx95 in Turbo.

I use the table for woodworking and as long the starting point is +/- 1mm it is OK.
Thanks for the respons.
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