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mint I/O data collection

Post by neilo » Thu 13 Oct , 2022 22:25 pm

I am working on a project collecting data from a vibration transmitted attached onto a VMC1300. I would like to know if it is possible to collect the data that is shown in the mint I/O debug in a format that can be ported into a database and/or spreadsheet. By querying when the vibration is outside acceptable limits, associate that with the lines of code, spindle speed, RPM, tool location, etc., and if yes, how to go about it. Thanks in advance. Best Regards. re:attachment.
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Re: mint I/O data collection

Post by Steve » Fri 14 Oct , 2022 10:51 am

Hi,

I dont think think that this is somthing like this could be done easily or without a lot of development work.

Is this somthing you would be willing to pay to have developed?

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Re: mint I/O data collection

Post by neilo » Fri 21 Oct , 2022 17:24 pm

Thank you for your response. No, the school wouldn't be willing to pay for the development work.

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Re: mint I/O data collection

Post by TDIPower » Fri 21 Oct , 2022 23:01 pm

I think Steve quite fancied having a go at this :)

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