Someone has already done this, but it's kinda old and not the best way.
OpenPNP doesn't work by transferring files btw... it's a streams interface
similar to spoon feeding a dumb 3D printer...as the next command depends on
the output of previous ones.
Alexander and I have previously discussed a better integration strategy but
I have not gotten around to implementing any of it.
I had also planned to use Machinekit for this:
So you are a little early to the party, but it will get going soon.
On Friday, April 6, 2018 at 5:02:41 AM UTC-4, Marius Liebenberg wrote:
> I would like to use MK on PocketBeagle to drive n solder paste applicator.
> The commands are sent to the controller from OpenPnp via Gcode or custom
> messages. I might have to write a custom component to connect to OpenPnp
> On Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 9:38:13 PM UTC+2, Daren Schwenke wrote:
>> Depends on what you are running for your USB. Ethernet, then you are
>> There is the old way using halcmd stuff, and the new way using the
>> mkwrapper protocol.
>> The latter is what is used for Machineface and Cetus. I use Machineface
>> for running my machine from my tablet.
>> File transfers are built in then.
>> On Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 10:09:53 AM UTC-4, Marius Liebenberg wrote:
>>> I am planning on using a PocketBeagle for a project that will require
>>> some Gcode to be sent to the controller via USB. What mechanism is provided
>>> in MK to do this if any?
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