Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 12 11:16:46 EDT 2018 | tech1
Sounds like one of the Z stops is not functioning or needs to be adjusted.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 02:15:07 EST 2019 | mk15
it is possible to test x belt motor and x wagon motor.
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 11 00:11:49 EDT 2018 | mk15
I am looking for some help for where to look to fix this MY15E problem. We started the machine after the weekend and this error code comes. F-MOT-MSETDYN z/3: Upper end point outside limit. Any suggestions? Thanks
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 02:31:30 EDT 2019 | mk15
I am looking for some help for where to look to fix this MY15E problem.After hardware initiation appear F-MOT-MSETDYN conveyor transport/1250: amplifier DC-link too high.Any suggestions? Thanks
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 30 12:47:17 EDT 2018 | padawanlinuxero
hello try to calibrate the Z axis, check the cable must be damage, check if the transducer is loose, just some options from the top of my head, have you try getting into service and make it work there? if not try that too.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jul 18 00:08:31 EDT 2019 | mk15
hank you for the tips. MOT boards have already changed. The sensor on the conveyor responds. In service mode, the WIDTH MOTOR - OK, HOLD MOTOR - OK, SET CONVEYOR - OK, only error TRANSPORT - F-MOT-MSETDYN conveyor transport / 1250: amplifier DC-link
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 22 00:09:29 EST 2019 | mk15
I am looking for some help for where to look to fix this MY15E problem. 1. after hardware initiation appear - F-MOT-MOVE X/250: Motor speed out of control (photo1). 2. in service mode when x motor initiate appear - F-MOT-MSETDYN X/12: No axis movemen
Electronics Forum | Wed Jul 17 17:56:38 EDT 2019 | rgduval
Check the MOT board. You can usually swap out the individual MOT boards, and see if the problem moves. If it does, you can isolate which board has gone bad. You can also check the encoder on the conveyor, to make sure that is still working correct
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 25 10:57:31 EST 2019 | rgduval
You should be able to see the counts in the service screen for the motors while testing them...that's usually the easiest way to see if they're functioning...at least the encoders. In some of the older systems, the drive motors were all the same, an
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 23 13:01:54 EDT 2008 | wschulz
Hey guys, My company is currently looking into developing a SMT line. I have an interesting perspective on this due to the fact that I worked a SMT line for quite a few years as an equipment operator. Now I am an engineer and at a different company