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Old 10-15-2020, 09:40 AM
Phil@IDG Phil@IDG is offline
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Good Morning!

I took my spoilboard off yesterday, it was cut down to under .25" and causing me leveling problems. The new one won't be here for about a week, and I have 3 sheets of .75" HDPE to cut in the mean time.

The first sheet has a lot of pocketing that I was able to do, but when I hit the part of the program to cut my holes and profiles, it says the cut is below the Z Limit and aborts the program.

What can I do to reset this limit and make my additional cuts?

Thanks everyone!
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Old 10-15-2020, 11:26 AM
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Solved!

Talked to Mike at CAMaster, and he got me the PDF to run the calibrate switch again to reset my limits..

I attached the PDF here to hopefully save some other folks the confusion and save tech support some phone calls! lol
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File Type: pdf Calibrate Switch ATC Process.pdf (456.2 KB, 28 views)
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-Lots of other smaller toys.
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