On 12 March 2018 at 15:57, Mark <wendt.m...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Am I to do something like this:

> addf offset.0.update-output
> net axis.1.joint-pos-cmd offset.0.in
> net lincurve.0.out offset.0.offset
> net offset.0.update-output offset.0.out
> net offset.0.out axis.1.joint-pos-cmd
>
> Is that the right idea?

Close, but you seem a bit confused about HAL syntax.

(You need a loadrt offset before the next line will work)
addf offset.0.update-output

net axis.1.joint-pos-cmd offset.0.in
net lincurve.0.out offset.0.offset

You need a signal name for each of these lines. eg
net z-raw axis.1.joint-pos-cmd offset.0.in
net z-corr lincurve.0.out offset.0.offset

The next line would be valid, but is using a function name as a signal
name, and that is probably not what you intended.
net offset.0.update-output offset.0.out
net offset.0.out axis.1.joint-pos-cmd

You probably want
net z-cmd offset.0.out  stepgen.1.pos-cmd
net z-pos-fb-raw  stepgen.1.pos-fb  offset.0.fb-in
net z-pos-fb-offs offset.0.fb-out  axis.1.motor-pos-fb


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