New Spindle Override in 1.2038

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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby CT63 » Fri May 19, 2017 4:46 pm

How about "Override Value" or simply "Override" :)

I was a service engineer for large industrial machining centers and CNC for world wide company for over 35 years... never saw "Overridden" used.
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby CT63 » Fri May 19, 2017 4:49 pm

dezsoe wrote:
CT63 wrote:The proper terminology is "Override or over ride".... not overridden. Overridden is a verb and past principal. :D

Yes, it is. And what you can read in those DROs are the overridden values. :)


Yes, but the DRO shows the current override value so "overridden" being a past principal verb is incorrect. :D
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby dezsoe » Fri May 19, 2017 9:12 pm

CT63 wrote:
dezsoe wrote:
CT63 wrote:The proper terminology is "Override or over ride".... not overridden. Overridden is a verb and past principal. :D

Yes, it is. And what you can read in those DROs are the overridden values. :)


Yes, but the DRO shows the current override value so "overridden" being a past principal verb is incorrect. :D

No. This new DRO shows the overridden value. It is calculated from a base and an override value. The base values are Fset and Sset, the override values are in the FRO: Feed Rate Override and SRO: Spindle Rate Override fields.

Overridden = base * override / 100, because override is given in percents.

(This was my last post in linguistic. :))
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby Dan911 » Sat May 20, 2017 12:28 am

Interesting debate, I agreed with each post until the next...lol
One thing for sure is (overidden + r = overridden)

A lot of great new features in this version thanks!!!

Dan
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby CT63 » Sat May 20, 2017 1:13 am

It depends on what context it's being used. The overridden value is the base DRO Fset and Sset number because it's being overridden. Therefore the override number DRO is the percentage of the overridden base number. :D

Base number to be overridden * override number / 100 = Override %
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby A_Camera » Sat May 20, 2017 7:40 am

CT63 wrote:The proper terminology is "Override or over ride".... not overridden. Overridden is a verb and past principal. :D

The word is right since the value it shows is the overridden value of the set spindle speed value.
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby A_Camera » Sat May 20, 2017 7:47 am

CT63 wrote:
dezsoe wrote:
CT63 wrote:The proper terminology is "Override or over ride".... not overridden. Overridden is a verb and past principal. :D

Yes, it is. And what you can read in those DROs are the overridden values. :)


Yes, but the DRO shows the current override value so "overridden" being a past principal verb is incorrect. :D

Also right. Actually the overridden value is displayed in the SACT field of my machine. But the Overridden field shows the overridden value of the set spindle rpm, AFTER the override buttons are pressed. So it is right as it is also. Just misspelled.
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Re: New Spindle Override in 1.2038

Postby Battwell » Sun May 21, 2017 12:13 am

I just love the green saving settings message!

Maybe just the letters OR would be better- as it looks a bit cluttered
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