Worked perfect up untill today. I did not get any messages saying anything was bumped.
I tried to power down and power back up, and same thing. It has been centering now for 4 hourse. I’m the only one that uses it in my school, and it is in a space that no one else could’ve accidentally touched.
It occasionally makes a loud unpleasant noise.
On the screen I see the image of the last thing I did.
Has anyone had this happen before? It was working fine a couple of days ago!!
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Sorry no help but mine is doing the same exact thing. Yesterday it ran a little slow but wasn’t having all the same issues as others were having. I was on the group and some are still having issues today and some just started having issues like lucky 'ol us. I hope it gets resolved soon. I’m just going to power down for the night.
Same thing happening to me!
It’s like a violent grinding noise. Last night I was trying to work and it was stuck on centering - so I gave up. Now it’s still centering but with this. I am getting bumped messages after it happens as well. I turned it off after recording as I don’t want anything damaged.
I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve been having trouble. Thank you for letting us know.
I extracted the logs from your Glowforge to investigate the problem, and it seems like at the time of your report, your unit was running into trouble during the calibration step. During calibration, the lid camera finds the Printer Head by taking a series of images. There are a few different reasons this error may be occurring. If this happens again, you can walk through the steps below to get back on track.
Check that the carriage plate is installed correctly with the teeth on the belt pointing to the inside. You can follow these instructions to clean and check Carriage Plate.
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@asaia, thank you for letting us know. I’m sorry that you are also having trouble. Please follow the steps above to open a support request if you still need us to take a look.