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Hey guys, I work at a Jewelry store and I frequently use a Gravograph engraving machine to engrave on jewelry. But most recently the machine has been acting up and not recieving coordinates.
I do everything right and when I go to set them, the machine doesn't set them and goes back to X:0 and Y:0. Can any CNC folks help me out?

>pic related machine in using.
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>>560643
Forgot to mention that I have tried clearing out the failed printer jobs, restarted both the machine and computer at least 20 times a piece and I'm still having any luck. I've unplugged them too, ran a trouble shoot on it and found nothing.
also bump
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>>560643
bumping please help me keep my job here guys.
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>>560643
bumparooni dooni
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Bumping again....
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>>560643
Nobody?
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>>560646
Why would you lose your job if the machine is not working?
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>>560643
This is a 3dcg board. Meant for 3-Dimensional Computer Graphics.

Also you won't lose your job over a hardware malfunction. You'll lose your job for asking for advice online instead of asking your boss/technician.
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>>560643
Heya, you better go to >>/diy/ board, they are far better with engraving/CNC/printing/machining
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Dude this board gets like 20 posts a day, you don't need to bump
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ever tried contacting gravograph support? I've worked in a jewelry shop before, and I've no problem calling them whenever the machine got glitchy. Once I had to send in a rotary-ring engraver (the diamond tip was jammed all the way down like it was hit with a hammer) where of course behind the machine are all the mallets and hammers the bench jeweler was stationed lol, which I suspect another worker knocked it on the ground jamming one of the axis.
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>>563074
did you try unplugging everything..all cables and power, weird but sometimes that does the trick.
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>>560664
yeah seconding this. unless ya broke something? safe to play ignorant and tell owner/boss "hey it's not working - I just got here blah blah"...so the hot potato falls back to the shop.




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