Hello everyone. I just received my Triquetra today and was able to wire it to my Nomad 833 and run the GCODE generated by the excel file with no problem. I'm using Universal GCode Sender (UGS) to control my Nomad to run the zeroing sequence. All works and goes as advertised. My problem is that once I get my zero position in UGS I'm not able to translate that I formation to Carbide Motion. I tried turning my Nomad off after the zero had been set and then turning it back on to have Carbide Motion take it from there but, no luck. I'm getting limit switch errors when I try to run anything. It seems that Carbide Motion uses the top right corner as machine zero and UGS uses the bottom left as zero. True?. Any help would be super welcome!!!. Thanks.
You can either turn off homing on the Nomad or you can just use UGS to send your gcode files to the Nomad when you are ready to cut.
@Bonch Thanks. Can't figure out how to turn homing off on Carbide Motion. I would like to keep using Carbide Motion because I like the tool measurement when tools change on the same job. I'm trying to learn how UGS works as I'm hitting limit switches when using it trying to do a test job.
Check out this link by Apollo. I think it is the same for Shapeoko as Nomad but dont know for sure.
Was wondering what kind of repeatability everyone was getting with this probe? Thanks Ray
Exact repeatability every time
It works fairly well for me. I primarily use just the z function for tool changes. I build a fence so I don't have to rezero when batching items out.
Works great... and Charley is a great guy to deal with!
Thanks for your share, I am hoping you can help me, I purchased this product from Charlie, I get it to probe using UGS but it does not set the zero can you help me
Did you set up the x,y and z distances in the software?