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Bystronic Drives not ready error

Bystronic Drives not ready error

Bystronic Drives not ready error

(OP)
Have recently installed a Bystronic 2000 bystar 3015 laser.I have an error( DRIVES NOT READY).Does anyone know the message means?

RE: Bystronic Drives not ready error

You normally get that error after a head collision. Try doing a CNC Reset/restart from in the administrator menu.See if that helps.

If you ask me to do something, I will do it. There's no need to nag me every 6 months

RE: Bystronic Drives not ready error

(OP)
Hi Laserburns,
Have found there we 3 fuses blown in servo drives.
Thankyou for help anyway.

RE: Bystronic Drives not ready error

If you found 3 fuses blown in the drives I would shut the machine down and thoroughly blow out the cabinet and drives with air. I see them arc over internally all the time from laser dust buildup. VERY IMPORTANT!- do not blow out the electronics while the power is on!

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
Maximum Up-time, Minimum BS

RE: Bystronic Drives not ready error

(OP)
Hi Krugtech,
I did find the fuses blown .Have changed them all is working now.I have not commissioned the machine yet I will get technician to do the final once over. I am trying to get as much done on my own.Next question when I turn the chiiler on ,on a hot day I get a high pressure alarm (3)comes on ,but when I start it in the morning all is fine.

RE: Bystronic Drives not ready error

low air flow usually, look for bad fans and a dust clogged condenser

Chris Krug http://krugtech.com/
Maximum Up-time, Minimum BS

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