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CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

Hello

Because sometimes I put "return" in them to work PP correctly,

can anyody explain these custom commands?

PB_CMD_revert_dual_head_kin_vars

PB_CMD_reverse_rotation_vector

Whats their purpose and why should we to reverse something?

 

Additional questions:

PB_CMD_restore_kinematics - in what cases we can use it?

PB_CMD_reload_iks_parameters - is it reading kin parameters from simulation model ?

PB_CMD_revise_new_iks - and what about this?

 

Thank you for answers

J

 

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Re: CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hi @Juraj,

 

I do not know anything about those, but curiosity made me look into that.

 

I don't know if you have already seen this, from ootb posts:

   # In case Axis Rotation has been set to "reverse"
   if { [CMD_EXIST PB_CMD_reverse_rotation_vector] } {
      PB_CMD_reverse_rotation_vector
   }

I think this one is related to: Normal, reversed

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There is also this information:

proc PB_CMD_revert_dual_head_kin_vars { } {
# Only dual-head 5-axis mill posts will be affected by this
# command.
#
# This command reverts kinematic parameters for dual-head 5-axis
# mill posts to maintain compatibility and to allow the posts
# to run in UG/Post prior to NX3.
#
# Attributes of the 4th & 5th Addresses, their locations in
# the Master Word Sequence and all the Blocks that use these
# Addresses will be reconditioned with call to

Hope this helps

 

Re: CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

hi,

so you think that parameter "reverse" axi direction from UI is connected with this cmd?

 

 

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Re: CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Gears Esteemed Contributor Gears Esteemed Contributor
Gears Esteemed Contributor

No they are not connected to any dialog item in NX.

In general the post builder commands include a brief description of their purpose.

If you get wrong results when you run the PP while a machine is loaded, you need to correct the kinematic model of the machine, since the kinematic is retrieved from the loaded machine.

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Re: CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Gears Phenom Gears Phenom
Gears Phenom

hi Stefan I meant UI in Postbuilder - That cmd react on reversed rotary axis.

 

Ive read description in these cmd @dfdfgs

But I dot get why should be output reversed in case of head-head and so on...or it react on the check box "reversed" ? dont know

 

Anyway if anybody know how I can use other CMD  I mentioned  could you tell me about them something?

(if I can use them at all)

Now  I am just guessing...

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Re: CMDs explaining, reload,revise,restore

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Here is another information that I just found on the docs:

 

 

MOM commands for retrieving and adjusting rotary axis limits.

MOM_reload_iks_parameters

This command has been updated to include rotary axis soft limit values with the kinematic information of the machine.

The rotary axis soft limit values will be stored in the following MOM variables:

mom_kin_4th_axis_soft_max_limit
mom_kin_4th_axis_soft_min_limit
mom_kin_5th_axis_soft_max_limit
mom_kin_5th_axis_soft_min_limit
MOM_limit_output_angle

Lets you disable or enable the rotary axis limits in a Post Configurator postprocessor.

Note

Post Configurator calls this command in the TCL procedure LIB_SPF_limit_output_angle to check and change the behavior for the output angle limits of a rotary axis.

This command will set the following MOM variables:

mom_enable_4th_axis_output_limit
mom_enable_5th_axis_output_limit
mom_4th_axis_output_limit_max
mom_4th_axis_output_limit_min
mom_5th_axis_output_limit_max
mom_5th_axis_output_limit_min

 

 

There is this doc page where we can get some information about PB_CMD_reload_iks_parameters here.

 

And there is also an interesting information about PB_CMD_revise_new_iks here:

 

mom_lock_axis

The axis to be locked for the SET/LOCK UDE.  The post will convert the FOURTH and FIFTH parameters into the applicable rotary axis (A,B or C). For five axis machine tools with the fifth axis rotation method set to reverse, set mom_kin_rotary_axis_method to zero. To do this, uncomment the following line in the post builder custom PB_CMD_revise_new_iks file: set mom_kin_rotary_axis_method "ZERO"

 

I have used reload kinematics two times, after mom convert point function (I couldn't test if its really needed), and one time for changing arc output type on the fly, like full circle to linear, it didn't do linear moves without reloading kinematics. (Postconfigurator)

 

Lets hope someone do know these and helps us to understand more about them.

 

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