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Old 11-16-2018, 08:44 AM
Tristan Tristan is offline
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Good day all

I have a funny problem that has crept into my Elite. I constantly get a "AC DRIVE FAULT, RESET SERVOS" error. I have greased the bearings and cleaned the linear rails, checked that there was nothing causing resistance. I even ran the machine "in the air", to rule out too much resistance from the cutter, but to no avail. Everytime the error comes up, it stops the machine, and I have to initialize, and then I can carry on. It happens quite often (sometimes up to 8 times on one sheet.) Once the machine has tripped, before re initializing the machine, I looked at the drives, to see if there were error codes - nothing, all looked fine there.

Has anybody had something like this? I have gone through the obvious (E-Stop etc), but cant seem to find where it comes from.
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Old 11-17-2018, 08:59 PM
The real JP The real JP is offline
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Did you email tech support? Obviously I have zero idea.

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