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    Hi Folks, the ph10 on the mistral isn't rotating properly, it has a jerky motion for example rotating from A0B0 to A90B90. Should I just ring renishaw now??
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  • #2
    yep, do you see signs of a crash? is there an oily substance around the nuckle, does it make noise, yep yep
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    • #3
      I've a feeling the operator loaded the wrong program but all he's saying is that it stopped mid cycle.
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      • #4
        Time for a rebuilt one Its only 5K compared to a new one about 23K
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        • #5
          Originally posted by joe.sha
          I've a feeling the operator loaded the wrong program but all he's saying is that it stopped mid cycle.
          Yeah, Stopped midcycle because the part was in the way!!
          When in doubt, post code. A second set of eyes might see something you missed.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by joe.sha
            "it stopped mid cycle"
            "it just took off"
            "after it was done it just drove into the granite"
            "it just rotated into the part"

            It's all monkey-speek for I f*cked up. You'll get used to the language after a few crashes. I can almost anticipate the exact scenario when I see broken styli. They all start with it and usually contain just. Funny how computers and machines have a way of creating completely random and non-reproducable events.
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            • #7
              Yep last week I tried to run a scanning program on the Global CMM, the results were all over the shop, took the SP25M off and discovered the mirror was *******, I don't run scans that often so it could be like that for weeks and nobody reported a crash
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              • #8
                It's never the operators fault, the machine just took off on its own. It wasn't me. I've heard that a thousand times. Welcome to our world.
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                • #9
                  Nay Sayers, I been running the same program for a week, and there are some pretty tricky internal alignments, and me and everyone else has watched it just do a kamikazee dive right into the part. Good thing for TP20's. But I would not of believed it if I did not see it with my own two and a half eyes
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