4 common problems of woodworking engraving machine
The woodworking engraving machine will inevitably have some problems during the day-to-day work. Some of the reasons are due to the configuration of the machine itself, and some of the reasons are due to customer misoperation,The following igolden CNC briefly introduces 4 common problems and their solutions.
First: When the woodworking engraving machine sets the origin, it sometimes shifts forward or shifts to the right and the offset distance is uncertain.
- The limit switch is out of order, and the limit switch has been closed and then bounced when the system returns to the system origin. Just change the limit switch.
- The drive line is loose. Try to fix it tightly.
Second: The woodworking engraving machine makes an abnormal sound or always breaks the limit switch when it is reset.
- The limit switch cannot be touched, just correct it.
- The drive line is not in good contact, just fix the drive line.
- If the limit switch wire is not connected properly, just connect it properly.
- The limit switch is damaged, just replace it.
Third: Woodworking engraving machine cannot engrave at the origin.
- Whether the layout size of the file matches the machine.
- Check whether there is an offset (OFFSET) and whether the layout setting is correct.
Fourth: The spindle motor suddenly stops or rotates slowly during the working process of the woodworking engraving machine.
- If the working voltage is unstable or overloaded, just add a voltage stabilizer.
- Check whether the middle wire is well connected, and whether the wire ends are unsoldered.
Woodworking engraving machines are versatile tools that can be used for a wide variety of woodworking tasks, from carving intricate designs to cutting out complex shapes. However, like any machine, they can experience a range of problems.
Some of the most common problems of woodworking engraving machines include:
- Dull or damaged cutting tools: Over time, the cutting tools on a woodworking engraving machine can become dull or damaged, which can lead to poor cutting performance and inaccurate cuts.
- Improper calibration: Woodworking engraving machines rely on precise calibration to produce accurate cuts. If the machine is not properly calibrated, the cuts may be inaccurate or the machine may not function at all.
- Dust and debris buildup: Woodworking creates a lot of dust and debris, which can accumulate on the machine and interfere with its performance over time. Regular cleaning and maintenance can help prevent this problem.
- Electrical issues: Like any electrical device, woodworking engraving machines can experience electrical problems such as blown fuses, faulty wiring, and power surges.
- Software or programming errors: Many woodworking engraving machines are controlled by computer software, which can sometimes experience errors or glitches that can affect the machine’s performance.
- Material compatibility issues: Some woodworking engraving machines may have difficulty cutting certain types of wood or other materials, which can lead to poor cutting performance or even damage to the machine. It’s important to choose a machine that is compatible with the materials you plan to work with.
- Operator error: Finally, many problems with woodworking engraving machines can be traced back to operator error, such as improper use of the machine or failure to follow proper maintenance procedures. Proper training and education can help prevent these types of problems.
IGOLDEN CNC engraving machine assembly process, each machine leaving the factory has undergone 72 hours of high-intensity quality inspection to ensure that the machine has zero failures. At the same time, the timely after-sales service team also helps customers solve the failures during the use of the machine in a short time to ensure customers The production accuracy is not affected.