Tech_Marco wrote:Two bottles is good enough to knock me down
What do you drink? 11% 1 liter bottles?
( back to topic...)
Tech_Marco wrote:Since RayCam lanced, the 4th axis (U axis) can be used for the rotary. I have answered it so many times if you were on this forum.
In order to upgrade your X7 to run on Raycam, you need to send your card to upgrade it. You pay return shipping cost and $5 handling fee. We don't charge labor to do the upgrade. Note that I don't consider the shipping or the $5 as an upgrade fee but simply packing and unpacking. If I had to charge the labor fee, I would have to ask for $30 at least to cover the time for setting things up.
FYI, the Y movement will be disabled when rotary is enabled on 'U' drive. So, you need to use the keypad to move the laser head to the rotary location before enabling the rotary or you can't move the Y. Someone may not like it but I have no control because the manufacturer didn't allow it, yet. Will see if I can get the programmer to improve it.
Spleen wrote:Marco any news on using U axis for rotary now? I have multiple LO-X7s running LaserCad. If I can finally use my U for Rotary that I bought in 2016 (and havent used yet) I will send them in for the upgrade.
I recently loaded the AWC-708 lite firmware from here and it now enables rotary on the U axis. I have not tried to run it yet but I can select it in the menus now. FYI my X7 was not flashed for RayCam before I did this I was still using LaserCad.
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