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Old May 06, 2015, 01:51 PM
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Just ignore the error, you don't need the MM2001 driver if you use the GCC. Make sure you select the GCC in the Table config dialog, it will work fine. Nothing complicated.

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Sorry I might be a bit slow on this one because I havent touched on that topic in years.

what do you suggest?

I run win 7 64, gcc v1, hobby cnc pro board. I can install gmfc and got my machine moving using the gcc tester. If I start gmfc it asks for the mm2001 driver. So how would I make it work?
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Old May 06, 2015, 09:18 PM
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Hey Don,
indeed I forgot to check that option. *MANY* thanks for the pointer. it works again.

appreciate your help.

Dio
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Old May 14, 2015, 01:47 PM
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Please, need help with GGC V2 interface conection

I bought ggcv2 interface and LCD option kit 2 years ago, until now I am getting everything ready to start.

I have an old Tal Barnea Foamlinx motor interface, it is old but works with Hobby cnc timer and GMFC pro, 1/2-10 acme screw.

I changed to GGC V2 to use USB with my new computer, windows 7 64 bit.

Problems:

1.- I am not an electronic guy.
2.- There are 3 resistors on Lcd kit:
2 k ( connected to lcd pin3 text contrast) no problem
what about 180 and 100 resistors ?
3.- LCD screen is working without 180 and 100 resistors, is that ok?
4.- Motors are moving but not in the right way with the cero axis.
5.- My power supply is a Deltron 24V 7.5 amp , it is connected an working but heat is not working , heat led was conect in both ways no light, led is ok it has light with 2 1.2 v batteries.

I use a Variac for inconel heating but i would like to have everything working.
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Old May 14, 2015, 03:12 PM
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Here's the GGC v2 documentation, if you don't have it. Check the datasheet for your LCD, but the other resistors may be for limiting current to the back light.

Does the heat work if you jumper J3.7 to J3.11? Is the LED connected the correct direction (cathode to J3.11, anode to J3.7)? Are you using DC power connected to the PowBow terminals?

You should be able to use the ggc utility to reverse the direction of any axis that is backwards.
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Old May 14, 2015, 03:31 PM
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Hi Marco
#3 Resistors - the 2K is just for contrast.
The other resistors are for the LED's. But, IF you feel they are not too bright then you don' t really need them.

For Heat the Heat LED must be installed and working. All LED's have a little FLAT spot on one side. That is the Cathode or Negative side.
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Old May 15, 2015, 04:04 PM
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Ok, after 15 hours of thinking, soldering, unsoldering, asking information and scratching my head the electronic part is working.

Led heat finally is lighting and heating circuit is functioning , thank you Wazmo and Dan for help the problem was a wrong conection of led and led itself.


I download and run the GGc v2 utility and couldnīt find a guide to use it, is there a guide or instructions about how to use it ? or how to change and chose motorīs movement ?
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Old May 20, 2015, 12:24 AM
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Delta wing error message

I wish to cut a small delta wing. (24" Tailplane) NACA section so nothing fancy

Seems to be well within the allowed travel area and yet I get this message.

"Differing number of points at root and tip"
I haven't used the software in over 12 months and moved house in between so all a bit stressful. Lol

I've played around with offsets etc to no avail, can someone please point me in the right direction here?

Thanks in anticipation,
Brian
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