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    Default MP620 T32-6 strange X-axis problem

    I dont know how to describe this problem that only seems to happen when the machine is warm (like 10 hours of work)
    It will change a little bit in X axis and if I dont notice it it will change more.
    All tools on that turret is affected and a reboot will reset it to normal.

    In this film I have notice it when is "only" moved 0,075mm but I have seen 0,3mm aswell.
    Before reboot X is at 0, after reboot X is at -0,075 but the turret have not moved.
    (No there is no backlash at this axle)

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    I know this is going to sound like a weird question, but does it do it at random times of the day, or at the same time?

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    How did you find this problem, part sizes varying? Have you checked the x-axis encoder coupling, I've just had a problem with inconsistent diameters that turned out to be a loose grub screw on the encoder, almost sent me mental....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobo View Post
    I know this is going to sound like a weird question, but does it do it at random times of the day, or at the same time?
    Yes its about the same time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmc1724 View Post
    How did you find this problem, part sizes varying? Have you checked the x-axis encoder coupling, I've just had a problem with inconsistent diameters that turned out to be a loose grub screw on the encoder, almost sent me mental....
    Yes, both ID & OD is getting smaller.
    I thought about that since I had that problem before on another machine but then it should not go back to normal by a reboot.

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    I think problem is solved.
    Air filter to the heat exchanger was clogged coasing the drive to overheat.


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