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AXIS "Y" Zero Point is Lost - LC1212 Alpha II - C1500B.

AXIS "Y" Zero Point is Lost - LC1212 Alpha II - C1500B.

AXIS "Y" Zero Point is Lost - LC1212 Alpha II - C1500B.

Hello again!
We had an accident, the "Y" Axis collided with a device. The zero point is lost.

Controlling measures 14 millimeters see that'm moved. Apparently turning the motor elastic coupling.

Right now we are working discounting adding 14 mm to the function G98 (and move the limit swtich).

That parameter must be changed to bring it back to the original Zero value?

As is the procedure to be performed for the set-up?

Specifications have any books?

I will appreciate any assistance!

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