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  • Wrist Error

    First time I have ever had this...

    Calibrating tips... 2 tip angles calibrate correctly, then machine shuts down when moving to rotate head to 3rd angle...Get Wrist ERROR message.

    Is my PH10mq Bad????

    Tim

  • #2
    Pretty much, that's what it sounds like. You may be able to adjust the tension on it, but unfortunatly, chances are you will be doing a rebuilt/exchange in the near future
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    • #3
      Try writting a program with just wrist moves
      (many many wrist moves
      and see if it may work it self out
      DR Watson shut me down again !!!! :mad: Smoke break:eek:

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      • #4
        Im such a smart guy.....Rather than chose a tip angle from the dropdown box, I just typed in the new angles over the old...Rather than 172.5....I typed in 175.2....hence the problem....At least it was only 2 hours...not head exchange issue.

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        • #5
          Sometimes it's the little things that sneek up on ya. LOL
          PC-DMIS V3.5 MR1. CAD++
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          Journeyman machinist, August 1970.

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          • #6
            Careful Tim, dyslexia is cablecommuni.
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            James Mannes

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            • #7
              Been there , done that !
              Global 3.7 MR3
              Mistral 3.5 MR2
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              • #8
                My PH10MQ started hanging up when it went to lock itself back in position. This was on different angles that were in programs that had been run before. Soon after I left that company, I heard they had to replace the whole thing.
                sigpic Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely, but rather a skid in broadside, totally worn, proclaiming WOW What a ride!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Tim Nichols
                  Im such a smart guy.....Rather than chose a tip angle from the dropdown box, I just typed in the new angles over the old...Rather than 172.5....I typed in 175.2....hence the problem....At least it was only 2 hours...not head exchange issue.
                  Chuckle, chuckle. I've never done anything so dumb (ya right).

                  Good catch, Tim,

                  TK
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