I decided to make some changes since I discovered some Brains features which are useful in the design of Brains file. I have also decided to split the file into two parts, one is the basic control and the other is the "bonus features". I think this makes it simpler for others to reuse my idea and adjust the necessary changes.
I have also made a short video which could be used as a simple guide. This video is just the first part. At the end of the video there are three pictures showing the brain file with the basic controls with three Mach3 commands: M3 S3000, M4 S9000 and M5.
For best detail, please watch in full screen mode. It is 19 minutes long, so if you just want to see the Brain file views you can jump directly to the last 40 seconds.
Last edited by A_Camera; 28-08-2016 at 06:11 PM.
As I am currently using a Huanyang VFD and given its poor support for Modbus, I'm not going down that path. Still, if it blows up one day and I have to replace it, then I might well look for something that both supports the official Modbus standard and also has a usable manual!
Good luck with this project - I shall follow it with interest.
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