Thank you for the helpyou can open your "tool change" macro with notepad and look to see if there is an M5 command to turn "spindle off" early in the file. if it is not in there, maybe your macro got corrupted somehow, and hopefully you can reload it from a saved copy. if it is in there, then the spindle is not getting the signal to stop - possibly the circuit for that "output" is not responding. you may be able to find your output file, and the respective output number for the Spindle, then look on the output board to see if that output (led) is responding or not.
after you initialize the cnc, you can probably enter M4 in the command line to turn the spindle on, and M5 to turn it off - manually. or you may have a touch button to do the same. yeah, it looks like you have a CW, CCW, and OFF button on your control screen. if it is working there, then the tool change macro probably got corrupted.
make sure that you have selected a "tool change" post processor...
I know this is from several years ago but I am just running into this issue by chance did you save the VFD settings somewhere that you wouldn’t mind sharing?Thanks for asking!
Not exactly sure how it got changed. I was having some problems a while back with the router faulting and ended up resetting all the parameters of of machines controller through the handheld. I had someone else looking at it with me and they may have changed it. There is one setting in the VFD interface that will reset everything on the VFD back to the factory settings. I think thats what may have happened. Once I finally realized what was going on I had a better idea what questions I needed to ask. I just got the VFD parameter settings from Baileigh today so am setting it up.
I have tried to get the factory settings for the controller from RZNC, RICHNC, but have not any success.
much of the issue is probably my own lack of understanding but am slowly working through it