Well done to Jo for
a) noting the temperature and not proceeding when it was getting too hot
b) reporting the problem
Could someone reboot coolbot please ?
I rebooted it twice tonight. Most recently it seemed like it was
over-cooling as the temperature was below 18 degrees.
This needs looking at, can someone please take charge of this?
> how exactly do I
> "reboot coolbot" if I run into the same problem again on Saturday?
unplug the power supply -
it's near the floor, to the left of the cutter; a universal psu.
Also remember to plug the fan psu in.
One (or both?) of the circulation fans on the right side of the bed is powered by an external wall-wart, which is usually plugged in to a strip to the right of the cutter.
This is indicative of a loose belt.
Yes I agree - can we have a guide please, or a link to a guide if it
has alredy been done, or even better can someone who knows what
they're doing please get in touch about giving me some training? Once
I know what I'm doing I'd also be happy to train others.
There isn't a guide to maintenance at the moment to prevent people thinking that this is all you need to have to fix it, but training is needed. :-)
I plan to run an advanced laser course once I'm back in a few weeks
This has proven extremely unhelpful. I think you could probably get away with a warning saying "This is only for people who've been trained in maintenance". Surely the guidance changes as we learn more anyway?
But no, I'm not convinced that having no documentation anywhere of
what we've learnt is the answer. Don't really know what is, though -
I'm not confident, based on past experience, that self-restraint is
Sure, but I think more trained people is the better solution...
On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Charles Yarnold