61 thoughts on “smc5 upgrade problem”

  1. Hello, Please add my email for future updates. Thank you.
    2020-8-13
    V4.0.0
    ID: 557FAACA 505C5F23 75E289EE 00000003
    Also, Please give advice for motor config settings. I have 1.8 deg. stepper motors (200 steps) and 5mm pitch ball screws. Thank you.

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  2. Could you please add M98 M99 code to firmware for backlash?
    Same code as Cura3d printer G code file output please, it would not require major software changes such as GUI change.
    Maybe could copy code directly from Reprap or Grbl?

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  3. My ID is 5598AAE5 505C5F25 75E289EE 00000003

    (re. Where can I get the update and how do I update the firmware for my SMC5-5-N-N ?)
    Thanks

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  4. Tell me the procedure for using the G43 code. If possible, then in the example.I just stop the program and then do not read the G code.

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  5. Tell me how I can replace the tool after the M6 command manually, and how I can bind it to the tool. If you set the M0 command, you cannot move the XYZ axes. If you press the PAUSE key after the M0 command, the program lines are reset to zero. The manual tool change command M25 does not work, the G30 command does not work. Tell me how do I replace the tool and reset it? I have SMC5-5.

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  6. Good afternoon,

    I have been using your controller for about a year now. Please send me new firmware for my controller

    ID: 5573AAD2 505C5F27 75E289EE 00000003

    Thank you

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  7. And another question, recently the machine has started to stop very often and
    gives the same error on the controller. What could be the reason?
    ” SYS_Coor_Correct!!!! “

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    • Because the pulse equivalent is small, and the continuous line segment of Y of the G code is small, the cumulative error cannot be adjusted properly. Please increase the pulse equivalent to between 400-800
      If there is no way to increase the pulse equivalent, you can only adjust the fineness of the tool path in the CAM software.

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  8. I’m loving the controller. It’s so much better than my old one.
    However, I think I have discovered a bug involving unwarranted extra circle machining. When an intended circle machining op is finished, and the gcode then contains a bracketed comment or a space, the controller goes on to cut an unwanted ghost circle.
    I can share simple gcode files if necessary. What do you advise?
    My ID is 557BAABD 43485619 8ADA8DE0 00000003
    V4.0.8
    Thanks
    John.

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  9. Hello sir how are you please send me update file for this SMC5-5-N-Ncontroller ID 557EAAE5 40476025 86DE8CDB 00000003
    thank you very much

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  10. Hello sir how are you Please send me new firmware for my all controller.
    I have 6 control from your company
    (1)SMC5-5-N-N ID 5587AAE5 40476025 86DE8CDB 00000003
    (2)SMC5-5-N-N ID 5594AAE4 40476025 86DE8CDB 00000003
    (3)SMC5-5-N-N ID 557EAAE5 40476025 86DE8CDB 00000003
    (4)SMC5-5-N-N ID 55A4AAE3 40476028 86DE8CDB 00000003
    (5)SMC4-4-16A-16B ID 55F655D2 44456028 8B89E3DD
    (6)SMC4-4-16A-16B ID 55D155EB 4445561F 8885E2DC this is my all control IDs please send me upgrade files thank you very very very much

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  11. Bitte senden sie mir die neueste Firmware Update
    ShaoGe CNC:V4.0.3
    ID: 5583AAF0 505C5F26 75E289EE 00000003
    Vielen Dank im voraus

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  12. Hi, My controller is not showing the axis coordinates on screen anymore. All of a sudden most of the initial screen information is simple not showing. The machine is working normal, performing all the operations but the axis movement, and the I/O status is not being updated on screen, shows nothing, blank. This makes it impossible to create new programs in my use case. I’m using version 4.0.8 (2021.03.28)

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  13. hello, I have assembled a 5 axis machine head head in controller number 8 I noticed about using the G code M500 RTCP it is not processed correctly This is how it should be *If the C-axis is at 0 degrees, the A-axis rotates around the X-axis, or the rotation axis of the A, Y, and Z axes, must move so that the tip is at the single tool position.
    *If the C-axis is in the 90 degree position, then the A-axis rotates around the Y-axis, and when the A-axis rotates, the X-axis and Z-axis move to fit the tool in one design.
    * If the C axis is in the 45 degree position, and the A rotation axis for tilting the tool is in the same sense, then for motors, all three XYZ linear axes take up diagonal space for arc motors.
    *I explained as best I could, you hope you understand me?

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