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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Replacing the Z motor pack – CarveWright Support
I found out that five mins. 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. I would expect you would want the New Flex Cable as it is better Drilling was fairly easy, I made sure to tape off the area to prevent filings from contaminating the rest of the machine. The Metal to metal caused the rubber to melt and almost catch on fire.
Possible Causes Causes include: But I could turn the bearings with the wrench. I’ve done two 10 hour carves and they look wonderful. Prepare the new Z-truck: All flex shafts are prone to wear and need replacement. I will give you the installation trick now so you cavewright. Preload the bearings against the vertical rails: That left me with the 12mm wrench option I looked everywhere except the bicycle shop, thanks for that tip!!!
Lift the cover straight up and locate the two cables still connecting it to the head. Next, turn the wrench counter-clockwise as seen from the front of the machine while holding the screw in place. I would have carveweight assume that my problems started like fwharris stated: Press the flex shaft all the way down into its receptacle.
Even started to strip out the head. If I were designing this machine the only change I would make is more room in the spindle area z-axix install a dust collection boot.
You may have to reach underneath the head to unplug the cable. Getting one of these to work correctly seems to be a hobby in and of itself!! You will want to consider calibrating the Y-axis if you are consistently getting an incorrect board width measurement or if you are seeing an offset in the centering of a project in the side-to-side direction.
I just got off the phone with hardware support and they told me “your machine is obsolete we no longer support those” I remember when I bought this I was told I replacemeht have support for life. I heated the shop and used a hair dryer to warm the Z Spindle Bearings since the shop was only Luckily I was able to get my adjustable bearings replacemetn. For example, you carve a square and it is off-center by 0. An easy example of this would be putting your hand on the cutting truck and preventing it from moving during z-zxis operation.
On mine I could not get the screws to loosen either. Next, navigate to the recalibration menu by following the directions and flow chart below. The computer is commanding it and expecting z-acis to move a certain distance in a given time interval but z-axiw hand is preventing it from moving; or stalling the movement.
Obviously if the pattern is centered the offsets will be the same. Wow certainly not commerce with morality I can tell you that Any way, here I am trying to fix this thing.
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I am a happy CarveWright user and have 3 machines. A Easy replacement when the QC needs to be replaced. There is a flex shaft to run the cutting head? Sun Mar 31, Any takers for the trade, one factory flat wrench for one factory square drive. This would cause the machine to think that the bit was a different carvewrighh than it actually is.
It is a 16 pin cable on your unit and a Z Bundle is available to replace the Z Motor and it supplies a new 14 pin cable and circuit board. View in Fullscreen Report.