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Just a good ol' boy, never meanin' no harm. At the end of a tool path I get "MSG PM Following Error Limit Exceeded" I preceded to the "main page" and it is indicated as error "#83 Lube Pump Interval" Register today. I receive the following error message: 'Activation Failed: Activation limits exceeded.' What am I doing wrong?

Have DX-32 controller on 1995 Discovery 308. At least that seems to be what causes the problem on my machine. From basic to advanced features. Then I started putting in values for P until I got motion and had overshoot.

TOTALLYRC: Hi Rich,I just replaced my computer on my DSPMC powered mill so it is still fresh in my memory. Usually happens when machine goes to make a Z rapid move. Find somebody to come an "ball bar" your mill. So others can write it down of find it easily in a search.

So what else should I look at and how the heck does the controller KNOW when the pump as run or not. Logged peterc Active Member Offline Posts: 32 Re: Following Error on Initialize « Reply #4 on: March 09, 2015, 03:09:22 PM » Attached is the xml file. The motor seems to be running fine but we are currently trying to figure out how to find the correct PID values other than pure trial and error (which hasn't seemed A value of zero specifies always on." I clean and check out the lube pump.

Thanks Again Reason Reply With Quote 07-13-2008,02:10 PM #6 machintek View Profile View Forum Posts View Gallery Uploads Moderator Join Date Nov 2004 Location USA Posts 3027 Downloads0 Uploads0 In the MSG PM Following Error Limit Exceeded? Wiedergabeliste Warteschlange __count__/__total__ EZ-PATH ISSUE Darren Heckman AbonnierenAbonniertAbo beenden11 Wird geladen... DSPMC Mach3 integration issues [SOLVED] (1/5) > >> meatwad: We have a DSPMC/IP -S controller from Vital Systems, interfacing with Mach3 via direct connect Ethernet.

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Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality? Anyway, the machine stops (shuts the drives, coolant, and spindle off) at the end of a tool path. Help Please! Outside chance, the BMDC.

DSPMCsony.xml (107.49 KB - downloaded 43 times.) Logged peterc Active Member Offline Posts: 32 Re: Following Error on Initialize « Reply #5 on: March 17, 2015, 08:26:55 PM » Thanks, The I have had about half a dozen machine do this in the last 15 years. Watch a Tutorial View short, relevant videos. Here is a small bit of the code.

The 1st time I initialize any of the axis the motor will:1. Check programming manual. As I am typing this I am starting to remember that it was related to the “look forward” it “saw” something in the upcoming code, and it did not compute.

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I will assume inch measurements. Power on system. 2. Same for line 1460. When using the FlexMotion API for LabVIEW, use the Load Following Error VI to set the number of counts allowed.When programming in C or Visual Basic, use the flex_load_follow_err function.

The problem goes away for a few more weeks (lol). Repeat for X axis with same results.I ask this because when powering up the system, the DSPMC may take a few seconds to do an IP address resolution when connected to