using Keyboard

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erniehatt
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using Keyboard

Post by erniehatt » Sat May 16, 2020 11:08 pm

In BCNC, I know you can use the keyboard to move the X and Y axis's, but cannot find a way to use it to control the Z axis, is there a way I am not aware of. The same seems to go for UGS as well.

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Re: using Keyboard

Post by Bertus Kruger » Mon May 18, 2020 7:01 pm

Keys
<Right> pan +X
<Left> pan -X
<Up> pan +Y
<Down> pan -Y
<PgUp> pan +Z
<PgDn> pan -Z
<Comma> rotate -A
<Period> rotate +A
<+> or <=> Increase step by one unit (=current decade)
<-> or <_> Decrease step by one unit (=current decade)
<1> Set as step the step1 (default 0.1) value from the configuration
<2> Set as step the step2 (default 1) value from the configuration
<3> Set as step the step3 (default 10) value from the configuration
<*> Multiply step by x10
</> Divide step by /10

More info on their wiki https://github.com/vlachoudis/bCNC/wiki/Jogging

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Re: using Keyboard

Post by erniehatt » Tue May 19, 2020 7:36 am

Thanks Bertus. Stay Safe

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