For the second time (first time was in early November) my gantry jumped the track on the right side. (Might be incorrectly using the term gantry vs laser arm?) I know what caused it-- had a piece of proofrade plywood that had become quite warped, and it must have been sticking up just a bit too much and got caught (when this happened on Nov 11-- that’s when I learned my lesson about material not sticking off the sides of the honeycomb, so similar terms of material-caused issue but slightly different re: positioning issue).
In November I was able to slowly cajole the wheels back on the track and was fine. This time I can slightly move the thin belt and wheels on the right side, but the left side seems to be all locked up (the gantry and such is in the upper left corner). I am really worried about trying too hard to push something. Advice on what to lift, what motions to try?