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    Thumbs up Newby with problems

    Hello all,
    I have just purchased a CNCEST 6040 machine, have it all put together, and have it working OK, except for the for the spindle, which runs Ok but very slow, if I up the speed it stops, this is only a setting, I hope.
    Would appreciate any help I can get here, thanks a lot.

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    far out.. having a quess. how does the machine now the spindle speed ??? Is there an incoder? or some other voodoo.
    plus If the machine shuts the spindle down does it give you an error report??
    does it have cooling is it hooked up??

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzrock View Post
    far out.. having a quess. how does the machine now the spindle speed ??? Is there an incoder? or some other voodoo.
    plus If the machine shuts the spindle down does it give you an error report??
    does it have cooling is it hooked up??
    Hi thanks for the reply.
    The speed can be controlled either by a pot or via pwm. Both work, but very slow, ajust for a faster speed it will stop.
    It gives an error code E u what that means I do not know.
    Yes it is water cooled and no it is not yet connected, But as far as I can see from what others say it should work without the cooling for a short period

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    I was just quesing any way have you askjed on any of the cnc forums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzrock View Post
    I was just quesing any way have you askjed on any of the cnc forums?
    OK a guess it better than nothing. Yes I have posted this to a CNC forum, but have no replies as yet.
    Thanks for trying.

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    what are you going to make with your new machine?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by azzrock View Post
    what are you going to make with your new machine?'
    Well anything to do with my various hobbies, I have a design ready to make a case for a high speed flash unit at the moment.
    Nothing else on the drawing board at present time.

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    Do you have the manual?
    I think this is it https://www.china-cncrouter.com/down...6433598141.pdf
    It is very frustrating when you have a new toy and it won't play with you

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedhappens View Post
    Do you have the manual?
    I think this is it https://www.china-cncrouter.com/down...6433598141.pdf
    It is very frustrating when you have a new toy and it won't play with you
    The one I have is somewhat different to that one, different control box.
    I can run all the axes fine, the spindle will run up to 5000 speed but stops past that, But I am sure it is not running at that speed because I can stop it with one finger.

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