Thread: Touch Probe

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  1. #21
    Jonathan a upper ring with your name or product name cut in the side would make you stand out ??

    James

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by luke11cnc View Post
    I would help you pay for the materials or even pay for mine up front if you wish
    Thank you for the offer, but I've already got the materials (2.5" aluminium round bar I reckon) except the bearings which are cheap enough on eBay.

    Quote Originally Posted by luke11cnc View Post
    Jonathan a upper ring with your name or product name cut in the side would make you stand out ??
    True ... however it does add to the time taken to make it so we'll see. If I get time to make my ATC it wouldn't...

    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Don't know what I'd do with it though ? :confused:
    Make a height map of a hobnob so that you can make your own?

  3. #23
    Here's my effort at making a probe and it works a treat. Pleased with it for a first attemp could and will be improved when I get round to it. . :heehee:
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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by stirling View Post
    James - I don't drop in often and posted a link to my FREE software in good faith and in the hope it might be useful to ANYONE in the context of the thread. It doesn't work for everyone - nor do I claim it's a magic bullet. I do think however it's neither good manners nor is it professional to start finding fault BEFORE EVEN TRYING IT.
    Stirling I thank you very much these routines will help me greatly and save me hours trying to write my own.
    Would also be interested in looking closer at your probe if possible.

    Again thank you very much.

  5. #25
    Now this is what you call real Probing . . . I want one.!!:rofl: . . .

    Last edited by Lee Roberts; 31-01-2012 at 04:56 AM.

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  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Web Goblin View Post
    Pritty much same thing Ian only difference is it use's a differant way to contact the balls to the circiut board. It eliminates the need to solder balls onto circuit board but at the expense of extra parts. . . . Other wise it's just the same.

    I'm just in the process of making a new probe. Will work on same principle just machined differant and usable as tool height gauge. . . I'll post pics when done.

  8. #28
    Well I think I'm ready to invest in a probe or even if I could buy a old prototype and have a play it would be good

    I did ask a member on this forum to make me one but sadly it never came to light so I'm asking if some one else to make me one I will pay up front for it if that suits

    James

  9. #29
    Found this on another forum might be of use

    Digitizing Probe PDF
    http://www.grunblau.com/brian/downlo...ng%20Probe.pdf



    Digitizing Probe CAD
    http://www.grunblau.com/brian/downlo...izingprobe.zip

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