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Amada/Fanuc alarm message

Amada/Fanuc alarm message

Amada/Fanuc alarm message

Our Laser had to have the controller power supply swapped out. When we powered on after, it needed a B-axis zero. We started going through the procedure but we have an alarm light and the message "2164 EZ CUT". I can not find any reference to this message in any of our manuals or anywhere online. We can not move any axis in manual or retract modes.
Thank you.

RE: Amada/Fanuc alarm message

If I recall EZ Cut is an option. It's a 95% Nitrogen 5% Oxygen mixture Amada once sold back in the CO2 days. Have you tried contacting Amada?

RE: Amada/Fanuc alarm message

The filter for the EZ Cut option has reached the end of its life. Despite the occurrence of this phenomenon, the machine continues to operate until it completes the ongoing process. The alarm message is displayed during this time. Change the filter, and press the ALARM RESET button to clear the alarm.
Or simply reset the EZ cut timer in the Amada Maintenance screen

Laser Experts India LLP

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