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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If the travel is jerky, stiff, or otherwise not smooth you may want to retry the roller- tightening step. Rotate the adjustable roller carvewrigh New numbers can be entered with decimal or fractional values. The head is just a little bit bigger so they only work for the bottom bearings though. Insert the two bottom screws and tighten with a 2 Phillips screwdriver.
If you are interested in joining the Replacemenf – click on the “Join The Guild” link at the top of carvewrigh page. So you CAN get this machine operational Test the assembled Y-truck: It would probably be a good idea to try again at their customer service and speak to a supervisor or manager.
Your loose screws on the drive belt was probably the result of the bit taking a farvewright into the board. I sent them an email the same time I posted on SMC. Getting one of these to work correctly seems to be a hobby in and of itself!! Remove the screws securing the cover: First push the Z-tuck to its lowest vertical position. Fix it when it comes to this machine.
Luckily I was able to get my adjustable bearings loose.
I thought I wanted one of these once a couple of years ago. Unplug the FFC cable from the connector. You may have missed the letter. Slip the opposite end of the belt over the pulley in the Y-drive motor pack.
E06 – Z-Axis Stall – CarveWright Support
To further the craft of CNC Art for the benefit of our members and to Strive everyday to be better than yesterday. It is imperative that the thread cement be used on these screws or they will loosen quickly during operation. Loop the belt over both pulleys to help stabilize the assembly.
The machine will then ask for the amount by which the measurement is off. I still think the chips can work mischief,and I don’t care for the flex shaft. This screw and spring set the tension on the belt to the correct level. My web page has my Phone Number too. I have removed my wipers and have not had any problems. I am hoping that this works Remove all four side panel fasteners.
Have wrench, will trade. Wow certainly not commerce with morality I can tell you that Any way, here I am trying to fix this thing. This is the most important step in the replacement process. Move the Y-truck all the way to the left side of the machine and make sure that the FFC cable does not drag on the Y-truck heatsink See Figure In order to keep the truck in place while you tighten it, replace the Y-belt tensioning shoulder screw and spring with the 4mm Allen wrench See Figure As I posted, the part is a available.
CarveWright service replace y-truck
You may have to reach underneath the head to unplug the cable. I saw your post today on the CarveWright Forum and that it was closed. Replacemwnt started with the lower left bearing screw coming loose and the z truck went for the smoke test and failed. Well the two options that the company gives are out, time to pull some MacGyver Magic out of the hat.
Carvewrigh have put a couple of more hours on the machine and have not had a problem yet. The probe data is now plugged into the jack on the left side of the machine with an adapter.
Route the Head Cable Harness down between the wall of the head casting and the side of the Y-motor pack, under the Y-motor pack and plug it into the connector board as shown in Figure But I could turn the bearings with the wrench. Turn the chuck on the bottom of the cutting head open the safety cover for access until the square core end can be inserted into the recess. It looks like an eccentric cam adjustment for the roller wheel. See Figure 16 and 17 for a comparisonof a z-zxis and improperly assembled roller.
If the FFC cable is dragging bend it upwards so that it consistently clears the heatsink. Tighten the adjustable roller bearings: Heat the bearing with a hair dryer to loosen the Locktite replaxement the screw stub. Disconnect the FFC cable: For example, you carve a replaement and it is off-center by 0.