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 The plasma settings screen allows the user to select the following: The plasma settings screen allows the user to select the following:
 +  * Arc Speed control. Arc speed control can be used on holes or when cutting arcs (such as rounded corners). In this tab you can:
 +    * Enable/​disable arc speed control. Note that enabling arc speed control will overwrite the speed F-codes that may be present in the G-code program. ​
 +    * Arc Slow Diameter. This specifies the maximum diameter for the arc to automatically enable arc / hole cutting speed. If the Arc Slow Diameter is set to 0, arc speed will only be enabled through the M17 macro in G-code (and disabled through the M18 macro).
 +    * Cutting speed (Cutcharts) - this will preload a cutcharts speed, which can then be overwritten by the user. 
 +    * Arcs Cutting Speed (Cutcharts) - this will preload a cutcharts arc / hole cutting speed which can then be overwritten by the user. 
 +    * X1366P profiles have the Cutting and the Arc speed displayed on the main screen (as of February 2020) for the user to quickly reference / change if necessary:
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   * Current control. Current control can be chosen between Control through DAC, PWM, Modbus or Hypertherm Serial Interface. These are all mutually exclusive - only one can be chosen at a time.    * Current control. Current control can be chosen between Control through DAC, PWM, Modbus or Hypertherm Serial Interface. These are all mutually exclusive - only one can be chosen at a time. 
      * Control through DAC is the option mostly used for simple plasma cutting machines. The DAC ratio allows the user to set the ratio to convert the value of the current.      * Control through DAC is the option mostly used for simple plasma cutting machines. The DAC ratio allows the user to set the ratio to convert the value of the current.
mycnc/mycnc_configuration_dialogs.1581706057.txt.gz · Last modified: 2020/02/14 13:47 by ivan