No fun, that. Hopefully it's a cheap & easy fix.
Thanks, @artman60. We do have a several CNC jobs queued up to do and many are relying on the 4th axis we have on the Nebula. Students seem a little too fond of tapered legs for their furniture projects and most aren't experienced enough using a lathe to make 4 that are identical.Electricians are #%^&%# $%**^$# (I can say this, I is one). Hope you get the machine up and running soon.
Knowing how it is supposed to look is what let me spot the problem.... once I bothered to kneel down and peek under the side rails for the Y switches. In the history of the 2 Probotix CNCs in our shop those Y limit switches had never been a problem before. I had no reason to imagine that one might have been re-wired wrongly. Yet that is exactly what had happened... over a weekend when no one should have been using the CNCs.Just an after the fact, thought from the peanut gallery-Would taking pictures of all the wiring/assembly/harnesses etc to document it in a completely working stage, be helpful? Artie