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Good evening community. My name is Jared. I've been working with a Biesse Rover J 1530 for little over a year now. Ive gained more knowledge about electrical wiring to the machines than I have about the cnc router itself. Never knew how much goes into an automated system.... I cad in Rhino, cam in CamBam and searching for a robust cam software for my mac. The handheld controller for this machine is a NK105G2 - Chinese made controller on an Indian manufactured machine sold by an Italian company.

I'm kinda new to this entire industry and searching for more owners of this very machine I work with. Please email me if you own this same machine as I would like to discuss it's quirks.

Cheers to all,

Jared
 

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Welcome to the forum Jared.
 

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Welcome to the forum, Jared! When you get a minute complete your profile with first name so it clears the N/a in the side panel.

I don't have an answer for your question but maybe someone will come along. It's possible @ger21 may know something about this machine.

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Unfortunately, I've never worked with any Biesse machines.

If your employer bought that machine new, Biesse should provide decent support, if it's not too old.
 

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Welcome to the Router Forums Jared. Sounds like the problem with the error message is new to the system so you might check all of the wiring and connectors for a loose wire or bad connection to a pin in a connector. Also check for loose or broken ground wires. Other than those simple checks it would be hard to say what other troubleshooting would be in order.

Good luck, I hope it is a simple fix.
 
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