MDX 40 Zero / Origin

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qwarks
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MDX 40 Zero / Origin

Post by qwarks » Wed Mar 29, 2017 1:24 pm

I crashed my MDX 40 into the workpeice, i hit the emergency switch and all went well, no damage.

The problem is that the machine Y zero has shifted.
I have tried turning the power off and on and let the machine find the limit switches and go to origin but the Y axsis is still 2-3 mm off.

How do i get the machine to go back to the original zero at the end of the limit switches?

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Re: MDX 40 Zero / Origin

Post by Kai Perry » Fri Mar 31, 2017 9:43 am

It is likely the belt has slipped and would require an engineer to adjust it or calibrate the machine.
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