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Alex

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October 17, 2023 - 8:16 am
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Hi,

 

I’m committed to following this carefully, so for the moment, I’m waiting for your feedback from Biesse because even if I have some knowledge of competing brands such as SCM, Felder, and Vitap. I have no idea about the procedure for adding macros in BiesseWorks.

Some software needs to beclosed, then added into sub-folders of the application called Macro or MCR, and need a simple software restart to load them.
Other software is required to load macro files in their database.

I can then offer some time to help you install and look at how this macro works in BiesseWorks,

If I manage to find a workable track for the final configuration in PolyBoard, it will require the purchase of a 2-hour PP pack.

 

Cheers, Alex

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October 16, 2023 - 2:08 pm
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Hello Dear Alex

AS I previously said i do not have the enough knowledge of Micro and how to install it in Biesse work , I have contact Biesse and waiting for there respond , 

and the answer for your question :

1- The workstation computer has just polyboard . and the machine pc has just Biesse work .

2- of course has internet connection , and i have team viewer and any desk in cnc pc .

Our working time from 10am ( utc+3 ) to 5pm ( uts+3 ) 

Our time zone Baghdad ( UTC + 3:00 ) if you need to connect send me an email to connect 

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Hi there,

 

I have received the videos and they confirm that PolyBoard does output the Macro instruction,

And if I understand correctly, the macro is not recognised in Biesse Work, (because it is not correctly installed? or not compatible?).

As I said earlier, before testing with PolyBoard, you need to install the macro in Biesse Work, 

and manage to run it manually directly from Biesse Work, to see that it was well recognised,

and only if the macro works manually, will it be possible to make it work with PolyBoard.

 

– Does the workstation with PolyBoard also have a version of BiesseWork installed in parallel?

– Is your CNC connected directly to the internet to take a look via TeamViewer?

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Hello Dear Alex .

I have install your new update of polyboard , and same problem .

I did everything’s right in polyboard , and export as CIX , you have open the lift side file and have the drilling information and has no problem , but when open the top or bottom that has the micro information do not recognize it in Biesse Work .

also I have send you screen recording of what i did by email .

Thanks

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Hi,

I did a test in the CIX and the addition went well,

But before you need to make it work from BiesseWork before try any export,

I’ll send you more information by email

Cheers, Alex

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October 14, 2023 - 2:14 pm
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Hello dear ALex

I have problems with macro because Iam new with it and dont have the knowledge of it .

first of all when export the files I must export CIX not CID but Iam working with CID with skipper 

Second I export the CIX file but when I open it in Biesse work its empty no fitting in it , so I think there is problem in post processor 

I have up-loaded the post processor files i Have of CIX and CID 

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October 13, 2023 - 2:24 pm
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Hi,

Yes,

The first point is to install the Macro in your software,

The second point is to define the Macro folder of Biesse Work into PolyBoard

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Now the variables should be available, and BEFORE any test, you need to learn how to use this macro…

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the first information in auto fields

POSX by polyboard with “%X%” instated of “30” 
POSY With “%Y%” instead of “9.5” 
SIDE with “%SIDE%”

in some case %X% and %Y% must be inverted,

It looks like the macro should be oriented with “AA” AND “BB” 
and in the function of direction, Horizontal or Vertical, you need to create 2 links with different settings

Have good luck, Alex

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October 13, 2023 - 1:01 pm
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Dear ALex I have read your previous post on the forum and learned how to import Macro in polyboard I must assign the file macro first , so tomorrow i will test it on my machine skipper and reply to you the final situations .

 

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October 13, 2023 - 12:39 pm
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Hello Friend , thank you for your kind respond , but i tried your method and does not show me the same parameter you showed me in your screenshot , and when i hit okay and get back the file name is empty , is anything i did wrong or I forget something ?

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Hi,

My initial analysis suggests that it would be simpler to use the Macros provided by Intelligent Fixings.

https://www.intelligentfixings…..d-software

Then After install the macro in your Bsolid or Biesse Work software, call them by PolyBoard

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Cheers, Alex

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