Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 05 09:20:06 EST 2009 | pcbrown
We have a Testronics 504 and it will run existing programs fine. When we try to create new programs, the system locks up and we have to reboot, loosing the program. In effect, we can not create new programs. Testronics has tried to help with phone se
Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 20 13:16:15 EST 2014 | rgduval
Hi, Brendan, It sure sounds like it to me. But, with the Z axis, there could be one other thing to check. On my old TP, there were z-locks...two pistons that pointed sideways around the head travel. Initializing the z-motors did not move the z-
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 04 06:51:08 EST 2008 | cyber_wolf
My TP-11 is not getting enough juice to the upper Z-lock to pull it out of the way. Its not the locks.. I put new ones in and I get the same thing. Its like I am not getting enough voltage from the XWB. Has anyone seen this before ?
Electronics Forum | Fri May 25 14:59:45 EDT 2012 | kevslatvin
I too would go with something like the Grid-lock. We use Red-E-sets from production solutions. They are similar to the grid-locks but don't use air.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 20 10:02:54 EST 2013 | dekhead
R)... This will be primarily seen in the "Y" direction with minimal effect in "X". It is possible that one of the chase rails is not locked (spring-loaded lock on rear), and changing position during screen load. http://www.dekhead.com
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 23 11:18:23 EDT 2018 | tech1
It is probably one of the Z lock solenoids not working properly. These are located along the Z axis and as part of the initiation of the machine, the Z measure the travel. Check the upper and lower Z locks
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 10 18:12:49 EST 2004 | dorklover664
We are looking for a new way to support PCAs in the DEK. I am trying to push for getting grid-locks but have been told they cost to much. Right now we are trying out another support system (hell if I can remember what they are called) like the grid-l