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Thread: Z Axis Stall ERR E06-0314

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    Every time I try to use the keyhole bit it starts the cut then I get Z Axis Stall ERR E06-0314......

    Any ideas?


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    Is it stalling on the up stroke? Is it a proper cutter?
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    Welcome to the forum. We need more info. Mpc, pictures, blow by blow.

    I assume you are using the keyhole bit to cut a keyhole.

    Could the z truck be bottoming out? Maybe the bit is too high in the collet.
    Last edited by bergerud; 10-17-2015 at 09:26 PM.

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    I am using .75 in thick material. After the initial plunge it stalls out leaving the starting hole. I am thinking that the answer was posted that the bit is too far into the collet.....

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    I'm getting a Z-Axis Stall ERR E06-0314. I'm using the 1/16" cutting bit. It happens shortly after it starts to carve. It is a good bit. I haven't carved much with it. I have been running maple. Thank you for your help!!!
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    Your Y Gearbox may have bad bearing inside and the bit is slightly out of position causing the Z Problem when it tries to cut too much.

    Could be a dirty Z Encoder or a loose disk on the encoder OR a bad FFC Cable too.

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    i would check cable first, then go to the encoder. They are quick to check, if you find nothing there, then the bearings.

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    Thank you for the answers. I'll try them tomorrow. Thank you.

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    This morning I changed the FFC cable and now the machine works good again. I had to wait until this afternoon to try it because we had to go away for part of the day. Thank you for your help!!!!

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    Glad to hear you may have it up and running again.

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