M67 Homing issue

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Tommy Nogrady
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M67 Homing issue

Postby Tommy Nogrady » Thu, Mar 17 2011, 1:13PM

Hi all

I've got a weird issue on my machine. when i try homing the machine when X=0, Z-axis goes up to the high end of the axis causing an e-stop and a simodrive trip.
what can i do to fix this?

best regards
tommy

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Re: M67 Homing issue

Postby Ryan Hochgesang » Tue, Mar 22 2011, 9:38AM

Tommy,

I would recommend you contact our service dept. for further recommendations on how to correct your issue (see email below). It could be a few different things causing issue your seeing. You will want to make sure air pressure is sufficient to the machine as well as bearings properly lubricated. One other thing you may want to check would be to make sure all motor plugs are snug and clean.

email: service@thermwood.com
Ryan Hochgesang
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