Hey, Hoping I haven't messed up my cnc here. I've been trying to get to grips with the g-code for what we're needing, I had the router up and running the other day but it was in need of tinkering - setting the z axis depth and doing a full scale unit instead of the tiny one I ended up with. So I've been tinkering with it at the weekend, finally got it to where I can come in today and try it out, first line routing away fine... then I catch a wire, send my macbook and the PCU careening off the table putting a halt to the programme. Since then no movement. No idea what's came loose. I've opened up the PCU, everything is connected fine. Everything is attached and tight connected to the CNC XPro, all the motors wirings are fine. When I turn the CNC on the corresponding lights come on and the Xpro sounds up and the axis are locked into place awaiting UGS to tell them where to go. When it's turned off the corresponding lights flash on the Xpro depending which axis I move. But as soon as I run the G-code the motors disengage and I can move them freely by hand even though UGS says it's working steadily through the sequence. If anyone has any ideas on what I've done (more specifically than being a clumsy idiot) and how to sort it, it would be greatly appreciated. I'm running and Ooznest OX CNC 1500x1500, the g-code was generated on Makercam. Just tried it running another laptop, still no joy. The motor disengage while using the manual control on UGS too so I'm just about tearing my hair out. Thanks for your help.