Control Nesting issue

Discuss Thermwood 3-axis Machinery, Controller, and Software.

Moderators: Jason Susnjara, Larry Epplin, Clint Buechlein, Rich Kasten

Neal Stephenson
New Member
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue, Aug 29 2006, 12:36AM
Location: PLETT - SOUTH AFRICA

Control Nesting issue

Postby Neal Stephenson » Mon, May 18 2015, 6:45AM

Hi All,
I am suddenly getting an error when nesting.
Once the file has been selected, I select Nest X or Y,
then a "RNest" error pops up saying:
Unreconized database format: \Rolling Nest\result.mdb

Anyone seen this before?
and any ideas on what can be done to fix it?

Thanks in advance,
Neal.
NEAL STEPHENSON

Neal Stephenson
New Member
Posts: 2
Joined: Tue, Aug 29 2006, 12:36AM
Location: PLETT - SOUTH AFRICA

Re: Control Nesting issue

Postby Neal Stephenson » Mon, May 18 2015, 8:05AM

If it makes any difference we running Version 6. No issues and then suddenly...
NEAL STEPHENSON

User avatar
Brad McIntosh
Guru Member
Posts: 480
Joined: Wed, May 18 2005, 6:59PM
Company Name: CNC Automation
Location: St. Zotique, Québec, Canada
Contact:

Re: Control Nesting issue

Postby Brad McIntosh » Mon, May 18 2015, 10:32PM

Neal,

With the latest versions of eCabinet Systems (currently Version 6 Build 17) you need be running with the latest version of Control Nesting that your generation of THM controller will allow. Depending on your THM version that will be either 6.84 or 5.59 Patch 3.

The 5.59 Patch 3 version is for those machines that do not meet the latest requirements for the releases from 5.60 onwards.

As of version 5.60 and on you MUST have Profile Modeler installed to update Control Nesting. You must also have THM (Windows 2000 system version - 5.05, Build 9 or higher) OR (Windows XP Pro system version - 6.1.0.4 or higher) OR (Windows 7 QCore) installed.


If you system does not meet the minimums for the latest versions of Control Nesting, you can request a retro from Thermwood. A retro may consist of simply a software update to the last release of the 5.05 Windows 2000 based control software or you can bring things right up to a Q-Core retro that will upgrade not only the software to the latest 9.x, but also the required supporting computer hardware. Contact Thermwood's Retro Group for more information. (http://www2.thermwood.com/eCabinetReq.n ... 4?OpenForm)

Review the Control Nesting update page for more information.

http://www.thermwood.com/updates_control_nesting.htm

Hope this helps...


Return to “Thermwood 3-Axis Machinery”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests