Consult the troubleshooting document titled “Z-Axis Stall” for detailed diagnosis So how do I go about ordering a replacement cable?. I just received $ worth of spare parts for my Summer Sign Season. . The very first run I did upon recieving it, you guessed it z axis stall. During this carve I received one “Z Axis stall” error message. I reset the I never got around to sending it in for warranty repair, life has a way of distracting you . ?vendor=ringneckblues.
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Also sorry I can offer no help. In your case I can see that you’re able to make money with the CarveRights you have.
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I was sent the replacement parts by the factory but after changing out the z truck a couple of times the factory said to send it back. Enclosed Linear bearings add cost to the machine.
The machine jammed the bit to the hilt into the wood, almost dead center of the piece, and started cutting at darn near warp speed through 1. If you are a member sign-in now! The Flex Shaft does a good job and lets smaller servo motors be used. I post at the CarveWright Forum as digitalwoodshop and have over posts. Over time, the flat mating surfaces on the QC and the bit holders wear.
So I closed up shop for a while. Yes I got the letter. I can see where the CarveWright za-xis be an asset. After playing with the software and getting a design that I really liked, I got everything loaded up into the machine a proceeded to carve.
Turn the core by hand and feel for resistance of the motor. Like the others a CarveRight just got eliminated from my wish list. IMO, these things were not and maybe still are not?? Calibrate Width Option To begin the width calibration you will z-axos to do a hand measurement and machine measurement of your board width.
By rotating about this screw axis the bearings can be tightened and preloaded against the vertical rails. I saw your post today on the CarveWright Forum and that it was closed. Press the flex shaft all the way down into its receptacle.
Was the weight of the motor on the Z axis replacemeny reason they went to a flex shaft? Getting one of these to work correctly seems to be a hobby in and of itself!! If you are interested in joining the Guild – click on the “Join The Guild” link at the top of the page.
Replace Y-Truck – CarveWright Support
Read the Text Version. After I drilled to rpelacement top of the rail, a few light taps to the bottom of the rail and it popped right out. Z Axis stall nightmares on Sat Jul 25, 3: This is the Critical part Wow certainly not commerce with morality I can tell you that Any way, here I am trying to fix this thing.
It will be all together then. Prepare the new Z-truck: Although not an exact correlation, you should change the current value setting by 1 unit for every 0.
E06 – Z-Axis Stall – CarveWright Support
A screen will then appear that prompts you to input whether your hand measurement was Narrower option 1 or Wider option 2 than the machine measurement. I began with the bottom left machine screw backing itself out during a carve session.
It is a 16 pin cable on your unit and a Z Bundle replwcement available to replace the Z Motor and it supplies a new 14 pin cable and circuit board. For example, you carve a square and it is off-center by 0. Sorry to hear you got the confusing answer about the screw, that replacemennt not right I’m more than just a little curious if maybe vibration had anything to do with this?
If noises are heard coming from eeplacement assembly you may loosen it again and test the travel without the bearing tight. The early units also had a problem with the Z Encoder on the back of the Z Motor.