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    Pumotix Beats Mach3 In Real Time 120000 IPM Achieved At 50 SPU!

    This video reflects the speed achieved over Mach3 in real time.

    This is Rick Perry's video reflecting that he listened to the comments offered to try to get Mach3 to Pumotix speed, and still it failed.


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    Re: Pumotix Beats Mach3 In Real Time 120000 IPM Achieved At 50 SPU!

    Why did you not increase the acceleration settings in Mach?.
    No wonder the stepper motor was slow to spin up.

    Yeah. Whatever.

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    Re: Pumotix Beats Mach3 In Real Time 120000 IPM Achieved At 50 SPU!

    Quote Originally Posted by dazp1976 View Post
    Why did you not increase the acceleration settings in Mach?.
    No wonder the stepper motor was slow to spin up.

    Yeah. Whatever.
    I suggest you review the videos carefully again as Rick explained he wasn't able to adjust the acceleration settings in Mach past a certain point.

    My video directly reflects the same thing when using Mach3.

    I suggest all those reviewing these videos attempt to set Mach3 to achieve a 100Khz, and you'll experience the same thing that the software won't allow it.

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    Re: Pumotix Beats Mach3 In Real Time 120000 IPM Achieved At 50 SPU!

    Quote Originally Posted by storm2313 View Post
    I suggest you review the videos carefully again as Rick explained he wasn't able to adjust the acceleration settings in Mach past a certain point.

    My video directly reflects the same thing when using Mach3.

    I suggest all those reviewing these videos attempt to set Mach3 to achieve a 100Khz, and you'll experience the same thing that the software won't allow it.
    120,000 IPM using 100Khz, you are smoking something. or is that meant to be 12,000 IPM

    That is total BS, if you have a computer that can run at 100Khz then Mach3 will run at 100Khz, most computers are not much good above 75Khz, for Mach3 So, you just add a UC100 and then it will do the same as what you are showing in the video, 100Khz is lame though, and not of much use for anyone with Ac servo's, most are using 400Khz Plus. for their machine controls.
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    Yeah, obviously he's handicapped Mach. I wouldn't recommend Mach to my worst enemy, but this is just dumb.

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    Re: Pumotix Beats Mach3 In Real Time 120000 IPM Achieved At 50 SPU!

    Quote Originally Posted by storm2313 View Post
    I suggest you review the videos carefully again as Rick explained he wasn't able to adjust the acceleration settings in Mach past a certain point.
    My video directly reflects the same thing when using Mach3.
    I suggest all those reviewing these videos attempt to set Mach3 to achieve a 100Khz, and you'll experience the same thing that the software won't allow it.
    He must have a bad Mach or something.
    My velocity is at 3250. My accelleration is at 2000. (metric).
    I have both Mach3 and UCCNC on a uc300eth.

    Even when I was using pport set at 35khz I could hit those settings before I upgraded.

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