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Changed the cutter and thought it would be a good idea to recalibrate the machine.

Bizarrely, half way through this the machine broke a tracer.

Stared again with my hand on the e-stop.

All good.

 

As I have the ign in the shop, I cut a HU66.

It's cutting to the right about .7 to far.

 Is there an offset I need to put into the machine ?

 

Had a similar problem with this a few years ago but I cant remember how I got around it.

 

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Changed the cutter and thought it would be a good idea to recalibrate the machine.

Bizarrely, half way through this the machine broke a tracer.

Stared again with my hand on the e-stop.

All good.

 

As I have the ign in the shop, I cut a HU66.

It's cutting to the right about .7 to far.

 Is there an offset I need to put into the machine ?

 

Had a similar problem with this a few years ago but I cant remember how I got around it.

Had a similar issue with mine.

I noticed mine was making some unusual noises when it was booting up

When it started to cut a HU66 it made an almighty grinding sound.

I hit the stop button and on checking the blade, it had missed it completely and was cutting the right jaw clamp.

Thinking the worse, just by chance I noticed the upside down 25 pin connector was loose.

I tighten up the 2 screws, rebooted it and it was perfect.

I can only think that constant vibration had worked the connector loose.

I'm not saying this will be your problem, but worth checking out.

Bianchi 994 Jaw C.jpg

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