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    We use a lot from Diamond Metals, it works...

    We use a lot from Diamond Metals, it works well(quality wise no issues). Origin? Cannot say for sure. But they are local.
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    If those collection rollers are anything more...

    If those collection rollers are anything more than a slip fit onto the shaft, the shaft is likely worn out.
    Mitsu_Tech_Spain advice is where I would look first.

    A groove in the roller is no...
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    Is it possible you on accident deleted your...

    Is it possible you on accident deleted your G41/42 from your program? Verify it is active doing a Dry Run. Personally I would do something similar to what implex said. Use 1" stock so it goes fairly...
  4. Contact Mits. they should be able to tell you how...

    Contact Mits. they should be able to tell you how to access it.
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    From what I have experienced PM helps to minimize...

    From what I have experienced PM helps to minimize wire breakage when you do not have optimum cutting conditions (like cutting through holes, steps, have bad flushing or even if your nozzles are more...
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    I just had a similar issue on a MV2400 except...

    I just had a similar issue on a MV2400 except mine would slow to a stop on the 2nd skim. Turned out to be a cable to the lower head was bad. Might want to check for continuity.
  7. ^--this 100%

    ^--this 100%
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    298920 Looks like an undercoat rake for your...

    298920


    Looks like an undercoat rake for your four legged friend.
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    Check the float switch to see if it is clean. If...

    Check the float switch to see if it is clean. If you enter Maintenance Maker you can observe the float switch turning on and off when you trip the float.

    Maintenance Maker--->Tool---->Machine IO ...
  10. % L100 / STATION 1 DIE BLOCK DIE...

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    L100 / STATION 1 DIE BLOCK DIE LIFE(AUTOSAVED)-MAIN-RUN
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    (CREATED-MON.,08/10/2020,09:36AM,)
    N0001 M122
    N0002 G90 G00 X.0019 Y0.
    N0003 G92 X.0019 Y0.
    N0004 M20...
  11. Not sure about the MD machines but I replace the...

    Not sure about the MD machines but I replace the batteries on all of our Mits machines. Its a pretty straight forward process.
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    Honestly it sounds more like your offset is to...

    Honestly it sounds more like your offset is to the wrong side or not being called up at all. The book came with the machines when they were purchased. Its called "A-Series ADVANCED (W31) Control...
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    100% agree with this^ "could be" scale factor...

    100% agree with this^ "could be" scale factor is set to 1.01? I for sure know AC did not cause the problem.
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    This is from a workbook supplied by mits dated...

    This is from a workbook supplied by mits dated 11/1/2007. A little dated but I'm sure the information is still valid hope it helps.290055
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    It is the bellows causing the issue. Remove the...

    It is the bellows causing the issue. Remove the left side cover for the seal plate as well as the sheet metal cover next to it. Jog the machine near the -X limit. Now you should be able grab the...
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    Make sure you turn off Memory Recover before...

    Make sure you turn off Memory Recover before switching the machine off or it may not clear the code.
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    To prevent the alarm you just use one M78 to fill...

    To prevent the alarm you just use one M78 to fill to table level. Use whatever you have available to keep the water spray down or just turn down LQ and and slow the machine down a bit. I skim cut...
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    It looks like you can use a straight start hole. ...

    It looks like you can use a straight start hole. Personally I would program it as a 4 axis cut. If you dont have the capability or it is outside your comfort zone then go the sine plate route.
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    Spray wax all the way

    Spray wax all the way
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    *assuming we are talking same thing ie water...

    *assuming we are talking same thing ie water conductivity/resistance if not..

    Yes, that is what I was referring to.
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    Assuming you know this but... How are the resin...

    Assuming you know this but...
    How are the resin levels? Is the probe clean that measures this? High levels can cause a false contact.

    If that is ok I would take the spool of wire off the...
  22. I use rotation all the time, different angles...

    I use rotation all the time, different angles with multiple different pieces on the machine table all at the same time.

    You need to have Coordinate rotation off it does not like to work with...
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    What RJT said exactly.. mounting a v block in 3R...

    What RJT said exactly.. mounting a v block in 3R style vise makes life easy. We have some bought and some homemade as well. Also 3r style rails a very versatile(the ones that span the whole table).
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    Sounds kinda of like wire alignment.

    Sounds kinda of like wire alignment.
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    Probably due to higher wire tension used in skim...

    Probably due to higher wire tension used in skim cuts.

    Curious about the machine brand as well.
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