What am I doing wrong or missing here Uh..

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Fontana
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What am I doing wrong or missing here Uh..

Post by Fontana »

Guys couple questions with some alarms @ my startup(see pics) issues with X O/T, pendant buttons looks like they work cus lights change on the keys and here board relays open/close, can get spindle to start(motor infor on parameters) Could this be that the limits voltage is wrong? I can't jog and when I press cycle start got themat warning, any help will be nice, thanks.
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Re: What am I doing wrong or missing here Uh..

Post by cncsnw »

Did you turn on scale feedback for one or more axes on purpose, or accidentally?

Did you look at your limit switch inputs (INP1 - INP6) on the Alt-i screen? Were any of them red?

The flashing "4." on the LED1 display suggests that one or more limits are open.

If you do not have an MPG handwheel plugged in, you should change Parameter 348 to a value of zero.
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Re: What am I doing wrong or missing here Uh..

Post by martyscncgarage »

Please also remember to include a fresh report when asking for help.
F7 Utility
F7 Create Report

The report contains all the machine settings and logs

Also, is this a new build/conversion?
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