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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by blynch89, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. blynch89

    blynch89 New
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    So I've been running just shove test stuff but I Keep getting these random circles in my work for no reason what an I don't wrong in using maker can and inkscape. I've attached a picture I can upload a video of you guys want, please help I can't make anything without this happening
     
  2. blynch89

    blynch89 New
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    Here is the culprit
     

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  3. TerryOx

    TerryOx Veteran
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    I don't have enough experience to help directly, but a Google search using
    random circle cnc
    shows that others had the same issue and resolved it.
    I hope this helps.
     
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  4. Metalguru

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    What is a shove test?

    Run your g-code through a simulator like NC Corrector or Camotics and see if the problem is in the code or the machine.

    If you have backlash compensation turned on, turn it off and see if it makes a difference.

    What are you using for a g-code sender?

    What kind of controller do you have on your machine?

    We need a lot more information to be able to help.

    And please calm down and check your spelling and grammar so we can understand you better.
     
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