Does anyone know how to run chilipeppr/jpadie/grbl as an offline platform where there is

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(derek byrd) #1

Does anyone know how to run chilipeppr/jpadie/grbl as an offline platform where there is not internet connection?

Thx

(JOHN LAUER) #2

There have been efforts in the past to try to make an offline version. I think Frank Herrmann made the most recent one. Do you just end up with not great Internet connectivity in your workshop?

(Frank Herrmann) #3

Plz watch this: chilipeppr local https://youtu.be/6XpW-uXLejk

(derek byrd) #4

@jlauer Hi John, we use the software with remote access and it creates a 10-140s delay between axis positional changes. We actually only use the axis orientation software to control remotely control instrumentation.

(derek byrd) #5

@Frank_Herrmann Thanks Frank I will try to implement.

(derek byrd) #6

@Frank_Herrmann Will this submodule work with GRBL?

(JOHN LAUER) #7

@derek_byrd One idea if you are using remote access is to run SPJS next to the CNC machine and then run Chilipeppr on your remote computer and connect to the SPJS IP address instead of whatever type of remote access you are using that creates the 10-140s delay.

With respect to an offline version of Chilipeppr, there are some versions out there, but keep in mind that once Chilipeppr is loaded in your browser window it does not use the Internet.

(derek byrd) #8

@jlauer Chilipeppr doesn’t use the internet when you are manually changing the x,y and z axis?

(JOHN LAUER) #9

Correct. Once Chilipeppr is loaded in your browser window, it no longer uses the Internet.

(derek byrd) #10

@jlauer I noticed working locally not remotely that the jogger is most responsive after immediately reloading chilipeppr and the longer chilipeppr has been open in the browser it starts to lag. Have you had that similar issue?

I’m going to try to remote desktop chilipeppr and connecting with the SPJS IP address.

(JOHN LAUER) #11

No, I have not noticed anything like that. So not sure what it might be for you.