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I was milling a PMMA and the bur got stuck and the milling stop with red led light on. Usually, if I get the red light, I can restart the mill and its ok but its keep giving the red light with the following error code:

"emergency stop 101b-0000 the chucking motor control circuit experienced excessive current"

Has anyone experienced this and if so how can I get this issue fixed?

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I was milling a PMMA and the bur got stuck and the milling stop with red led light on. Usually, if I get the red light, I can restart the mill and its ok but its keep giving the red light with the following error code:

"emergency stop 101b-0000 the chucking motor control circuit experienced excessive current"

Has anyone experienced this and if so how can I get this issue fixed?

Thank you
Simple first. Did you see if the burr was stuck iin the puck?
When a motor cannot turn, it pulls more and more current. The maximum it pulls when it is being held from turning is called the stall current and it can be quite high for a serious motor.
 
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The bur holder got jammed somehow in the pmma in the milled spaced and got the error. When I restarted the machine, the bur came straight up and the milling machine did the initial startup routine and gave the red light and the excessive current error.
 
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Power it down, see if you can turn the spindle freely
 
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yes, I powered it down and the spindle does move freely....
 
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That's a electrical issue...check all the wire connections, then check the fuses (you may blown one),might have to call reseller...circuit issue. Usually when we get this error, we unplug and it does a hard reset, restart computer as well.
 
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Oh, I didn't know they have fuse in them. How/where can I check the fuse for them?
 
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Oh, I didn't know they have fuse in them. How/where can I check the fuse for them?
Usually will be on the back near the power cord, a little black knob looking thing. Some have rotational arrows.
There are probably more, but that's one place to start.

Be aware that fuses can partially blow and allow current to pass, but not enough to function properly. It is odd, but it happens.
 
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I couldnt find any fuse. I was able to speak to the support and they think it might be bad ATC motor...still curious where the fuse is
 
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No pude encontrar ningún fusible. Pude hablar con el soporte y creen que podría ser un motor ATC defectuoso ... todavía tengo curiosidad por saber dónde está el fusible
amigo, ¿pudiste resolver el problema con tu fresadora? I have the same problem and they want me to change many parts to solve it.
 
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I couldnt find any fuse. I was able to speak to the support and they think it might be bad ATC motor...still curious where the fuse is
friend, were you able to solve the problem with your milling machine? I have the same problem and they want me to change a lot of parts to fix it.
 
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