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Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits

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Dex

#81633

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 21 December, 2018

I am at wits end with this machine. The MTU on my IP2 will not zero set. It gives me a few different errors depending on its mood. I receive MTU T- OT, MTU X- OT, or MTU Y- OT. when the machine attempts to zero set it travels until it OTs. I have tried everything I can think of. Does anyone know of something that would cause the machine to consistently OT on all 3 axis? Thank you for any help in advance.

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#81634

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 21 December, 2018

When an older Fuji machine acts odd the first place to go is a reset start and reload proper, program, and status to see if that fixes it. Just make sure you have a good proper before you begin.

Jerry

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Dex

#81635

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 21 December, 2018

Thank you, Jerry. I have done a Fuji wash and resent proper and status, still no luck. I'm going to go through my proper and ensure it is indeed good.

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#81659

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 30 December, 2018

DEX, The MTU has it's own proper and status separate of the IP2, are you sending both? Ed

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Dex

#81664

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

As far as I can tell In the software I am using it has them combined. I am using ProSMT+. I don't see any option to send a separate proper for the MTU alone. Am I missing something?

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Dex

#81665

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

Would I need to have the mtu in in the line as a separate machine? you know how good ol' ProSMT is, nothing seems to work how it should.

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#81666

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

Open Proper Editor in the IP2 Machine box On the right side you will see boxes Near the bottom 1 box would be MTU Click on that. Load data from file. Send to machine.

Jerry

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Dex

#81667

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

These are some screenshots of the operator interface. I may be overlooking something, but I don't see any type of options for the MTU.

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Dex

#81668

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

Here is a screen shot of the line configuration.

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#81669

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

Sorry,

I looked at an IP-3 not 2. It looks like for the IP2 they bundle the MTU and machine proper together so it should be sending the data when you transmit the one file.

Do the axis travel in the correct direction? If yes the only thing I can think of is that (I believe) all of the in range switches run through the same input card so maybe that is bad.

If they travel the wrong direction the in range switches may have something blocking the sensors.

Jerry

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Dex

#81670

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

Not a problem! I appreciate all the help! They all travel in the correct directions. Do you know which input card I should be looking at to check the range switches?

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#81672

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

They go through TN-3 to get to the TSA-200A D/A module. This is all in the MTU. It's been a long time since I worked on an IP-2 but see if you can get to the I/O screen for the MTU. Have someone flag the in range sensor and see if the input status on the screen changes.

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Dex

#81674

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 2 January, 2019

If you are referring to the zero sensors then they are all working as they should.

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Dex

#81698

Fuji IP2 MTU giving me fits | 7 January, 2019

If anyone else encounters this issue my solution was the TSA-200A board replacment.

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