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Byspeed 3015(2004), 4400W

Byspeed 3015(2004), 4400W

Byspeed 3015(2004), 4400W

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Hello
I am working on a BySpeed 3015 4400W, machine is from 2004, using MMC.
We have a very high data nesting wich had an error while opening, "Error when starting, NC Program too large"
So we recreated it and made it 1500x1500 instead of 3000x1500 to be able to open it.
The material we cut is stainless steel 2mm and the parts we cut are kinda weird I will attach a photo, some of those have 0.2-0.3mm between lines. We use nitrogen to cut it.
At some point the machine started to behave weird while cutting those parts and we had X axys drives not ready twice.
I took off the acceleration braking factor in main config hardware from 3m/s² to about 2 and then to 1. I also slowed positioning between parts and speed positioning, not even talking about cutting parameters here because I tried a lot of combinations and I have some experience on laser cutting of 3 years.
Even tho I changed a lot in here the machine still behaves weird cutting those little parts no matters speed I use or acceleration, the axys moves weird and has a weird sound at some point.
I need some advice from a professional tech.
Thanks a lot

RE: Byspeed 3015(2004), 4400W

hi, we have an amada beta III, it is not a runner but it does its job.
we often work with "architects" (people who should go to harvest the grain) and almost always give us horrible drawings to cut.
check in the drawing there are drawing are double lines, micro arcs or lines (once we found an edge made up of 150 segments) and it also checks in the design if everything is on the same z axis. if you can change the design , do it.(ask the customer before doing it ihihhihi) if the draw is ok, when cutting tries to isolate a critical point of the part, check the drawing again, if you can simplify. I must say that the part you posted to us must have very small dimensions.

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