Info on this machine sort after
I would like to purchase a Roland rotary engraver for a church fund raising project.
Does anyone know of one for sale at a reasonable cost?
- --- In CAMMfirstname.lastname@example.org, "db" <dbueckers000@...> wrote:
> Hi, having problems with the x-axis on this machine. Have owned it since it was new, well almost new. Had 20 hours on it. It was used for a magazine review long ago.
> Last year the problems started. So I cleaned and re greased ethe slides and screw. It worked fine up to a few months ago. Tried cleaning and greasing again but still having problems
> It is telling me the motor is weak or motor controler is turning flakey or the Power supply getting old. Caps may be drying out.
> Before I go crazy and start swaping stuff, would like to see if any others have had the same problem and can tell we what they did to fix it.
> Farmer Dave
Had this exact problem many years ago on the camm 3, The stepper motor is connected to the screw with a brass collar and the screw is held tight to this with a small grub screw which takes an allen key.
This had slightly worked loose on mine so it was traveling intermittently, I reasoned it was a mechanical local problem as it only affected the x axis and that's what it was.