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when I go to carve my motors shoot right out fast

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by gibson, Oct 3, 2021.

  1. gibson

    gibson Well-Known
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    I am doing a test run on my cnc and when I hit play it shoots right out very fast to the cut need to slow it down some ,.any help would be great .
     
  2. Alex Chambers

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    What control electronics are you using?


    Alex.
     
  3. Peter Van Der Walt

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    Seek moves run at Max Rate. See Grbl Settings tab, scroll down to Max Rate, and adjust the speed limit to what you feel comfortable with
     
  4. gibson

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    ok
    got it slowed down got it at $110=1500.00 $111=1500.00 $112=1000 now when I jog around it hardly moves would that setting be $120 $121 $122
     
  5. gibson

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    xpro v 5
     
  6. gibson

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    ok guys i figured it out it was on the gbrl control page my jog was set to low i put it at 75%
     
  7. gibson

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    put i do have another ? lol when I load gbrl controller and try to load g-code it dose`nt show me the project I am cutting
     

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