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Current version by: Just Helping ,

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Hi,
 
When we're these machines purchased? It will help to know what generation they are. Was the Laser you are using purchased with the machines, or afterwards?
 
If the laser head is not detected, the issue is usually very simple to resolve. First you'll wabtwant to check the ends of the harness abd plugharness, and plug, to make sure all the pins and plugs are at the same height, and none have pushed down into the plug. A pin that has dropped down is the most common cause of no detection.
If the laser head is not detected, the issue is usually very simple to resolve. First you'll wabtwant to check the ends of the harness abd plugharness, and plug, to make sure all the pins and plugs are at the same height, and none have pushed down into the plug. A pin that has dropped down is the most common cause of no detection.
 
Does the machine recoginize the 3d printer head? Or does it also show CNC after you plug that that head in as well?

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Original post by: Just Helping ,

Text:

Hi,

When we're these machines purchased? It will help to know what generation they are. Was the Laser you are using purchased with the machines, or afterwards?

If the laser head is not detected, the issue is usually very simple to resolve. First you'll wabt to check the ends of the harness abd plug to make sure all the pins and plugs are at the same height, and none have pushed down into the plug. A pin that has dropped down is the most common cause of no detection.

Does the machine recoginize the 3d printer head? Or does it also show CNC after you plug that that head in as well?

Status:

open