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Thread: Change in speed value (VS) need defaults back

  1. #1
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    Default Change in speed value (VS) need defaults back

    While in move/jog mode a pop up window appeared stating something had changed. I kind of ignored it since I didn't change anything. Then as I went to move in XY I appeared to not want to move although the coordinates were changing slightly. After cutting power to the control box and rebooting, same problem. I started over trying to move the gantry in move mode, still nothing. After closer inspection the gantry was moving, just very slowly. Z always moved correctly. After trying to remember what the pop up window said, I went into the values and see what I could find. I found the XY move speed is 0.05. This does not seem correct. Does anyone or have values that I can change these back to, or a default setting. Attached is a screen shot of the current values.
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    Tracy Spitulski
    KenCraft Co Inc.
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    www.kencraftcompany.com
    Hardwood Lumber, Custom Millwork
    Dust Collector Fittings

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    Probably higher for your machine, but here are the Desktop's Default VS settings.
    You should probably just do a UR and reset to your machine's defaults, or your custom setting if you have one saved.
    scott
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    scott P.
    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 10
    Maine

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    Thanks Scott, thats what I was looking for.
    Tracy Spitulski
    KenCraft Co Inc.
    PRSa 6096
    www.kencraftcompany.com
    Hardwood Lumber, Custom Millwork
    Dust Collector Fittings

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    I've had something like that happen twice(changing settings) and read somewhere to shut down SB3 first, then computer, then machine.
    Been following that routine 5 yrs now and hasn't happened once since I started doing it in that order.
    Maybe happened to you?
    Sudden power outages I've heard can do it too.
    Glad it helped!
    scott
    scott P.
    2013 Desktop/spindle/VCP 10
    Maine

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