Well it is 69 degrees in the work area, it hasn’t fired the damn laser in an hour and 10 plus tries and the flow goes out into the less than 50 degree outside air through the window. So I’m guessing it’s not overheated. It is just sitting here doing nothing giving no outward hint, no log, no indication of what the software is thinking. And it’s is a pro. Sigh.
I want to love this thing but 4-5 total cuts in 3 days with 7 plus hours invested just to get it to do the one job it has (fire a laser) makes me super duper sad tonight as 1:38am while I have yet another night of fail.
Obviously it could be a temp sensor thinking it is overheating or something - but wouldn’t something maybe possibly tell me that in the UI? Is there no ability to view a log of a session, understand fault codes? Anything?
I guess I can see if I can wireshark anything off the network but I’m probably gonna need to then figure out how to man I the middle with a proxy server of it is https, etc.
I guess I just realized now how painful this cloud based interface is when they don’t embrace the end user doing the trouble shooting. I have had good success with the easel/carver web app combo due to the advanced screens and ability to see logs and inject g code directly, etc.
Anyway I’d be happy to drop off the unit for testing in Seattle @dan or anyone on the team is welcome to come to my (messy and likely less than ideal if you need convenient tools of your own) place.