A few thoughts:
Is what I heard the first time with measuring motor distance in calibration, indicating a stalling motor.
But this is with the TLE5206 shield I’m using. Never heard it with the PCB v1.2 you are using.
Since the heat sink fell off you also should consider that the shield is fried as one the possibilities.
Unrelated (perhaps) to your problem, but strange is the “can’t keep up” in your log-file.
Tool Change: Please insert tool 2
Sent: S10000 M3
ALARM: The sled is not keeping up with its expected position and has halted. Click the ‘Stop’ button to clear the alarm. More information at: https://github.com/MaslowCNC/Firmware/wiki/Keeping-Up
[Forward Calculating Position]
position loaded at:
Command G54 unsupported and ignored.
The sled has not moved at this point as it’s the header. However something seems to have triggered the Position Error to jump.
- The gcode has a few things that would make me worry to run it my machine as it is.
Was this done with the >Maslow-post-processor< in F360?
Nothing that I can name to be an issue, but things that I do not know how thoroughly they have been test against FW/GC.
– Many lines do not have a leading ‘G-command’. The last G is assumed I believe in most programs.
– G3 commands do sometimes have I/J and sometimes only one of either
– some moves have only X or only Y in the line
– The first move is at Z0. Looks like you need to set a safety height in F360 as the Z0 can be found in the start of the gcode.
Consider to do a ‘clean start’ by wiping the eeprom and renaming the GC.ini to exclude that something is jammed in soft- or firmware and load FW/GC 1.24