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    CNC Router Axis Problem

    Hi guys,
    we have a JD-1325 DSX cnc router.But we have a problem about cnc axis.

    For example;
    We says to machine Go to Origin.its work well on the cnc table.but in the USB software program shows us wrong axis.When I press X+ (on the handle),its going right on the cnc table.But in the USB software shows us going left.So,when engraving begin,cnc going wrong axis.
    Please Help!

    Sorry about my english.

    Thanks for reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceylankral View Post
    Hi guys,
    we have a JD-1325 DSX cnc router.But we have a problem about cnc axis.

    For example;
    We says to machine Go to Origin.its work well on the cnc table.but in the USB software program shows us wrong axis.When I press X+ (on the handle),its going right on the cnc table.But in the USB software shows us going left.So,when engraving begin,cnc going wrong axis.
    Please Help!

    Sorry about my english.

    Thanks for reply.
    In your CNC software, find the option to reverse the motor direction so that it goes in the correct direction on screen. Then reverse the motor wiring to make it go in the correct direction that matches the screen movement.

    CarveOne

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    I try it but it don't work. Handle says us
    "X+ Over Limit" or "X- Over Limit" or "Y+ Over Limit" or "Y- Over Limit"

    This mean; Software Axis not same with CNC Axis.How can I solve this problem?

    thanks for reply.

    Last edited by ceylankral; 09-13-2010 at 11:05 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ceylankral View Post
    I try it but it don't work. Handle says us
    "X+ Over Limit" or "X- Over Limit" or "Y+ Over Limit" or "Y- Over Limit"

    This mean; Software Axis not same with CNC Axis.How can I solve this problem?

    thanks for reply.
    An over limit message indicates that the motor has reached the point where a limit switch has activated and has stopped the motor. Check your CNC software and make sure that the limit settings agree with the size of the working area of your CNC machine.

    Is this a new CNC machine? Has it been working correctly in the past? What is the name of your control software? Is it Mach3?

    CarveOne

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