|Model||[ ] AON M2+ (CE)||[ ] AON M2+ (R-NZ)||[ ] AON M2+||[•] AON-M2 2020||[•] AON-M2|
|Category||[•] Preventive||[ ] Corrective|
For instructions on how to test XYZ-axes microswitches found on the AON M2+ (CE), AON M2+ (R-NZ) and AON M2+, refer to the Test Microswitches (M2+) procedure.
This procedure is part of the monthly preventive maintenance routine.
The procedure that follows gives instructions on how to:
Estimated time: 30 minutes
For instructions on how to test the XYZ-axes microswitches found on the AON M2+, refer to the Test Microswitches (M2+) procedure.
Microswitches in good condition prevent:
|A/R||Nitrile Gloves||ISO 2859-1 or ASTM D6319|
Make sure that there are no prints on the build surface. Remove print(s) before the procedure that follows is started. Failure to do so can cause a collision and cause damage to the machine component(s).
Wait until all machine components are at room temperature before you continue. Some machine components can be hot if the machine was recently used. Failure to do so can cause injuries.
M18command and select enter. This will disable all the machine steppers motors.
Make sure the
M18 command is active. This will disable all the machine stepper motors. Do not home the axes as the motors will re-engage automatically. Failure to do so can cause injuries and/or cause damage to machine components.
M119, and select enter. The
M119command will show the present condition of all microswitches.
M119on the GUI/web browser.
The two Z-axis probe microswitches (7)(8) are found only on the AON-M2 and AON-M2 2020 models.