Power failure

That sucks power went out for about a 1/2 second. hit right in the middle of a tool change. Spent 1/2 hour trying to clear out all the
errors and get the tool changer back in sync.
At least no tool, machine, or workpeice damage.
Thank You, Randy
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Why, your perfectly welcome...
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I just spend most of the day replacing a flooded x axis servo motor and pulling the resolver, tach and supply cables through a new 6ft long piece of liquid tite conduit because the old piece had developed a hole in it.
Thinking in a few days I'll pull the old servo apart and recon with new bearing alond with tach and armature brushes
--hopefully no coolant got inside of the actual motor because when that happens there is a very real risk of eventually having a magnet come loose inside of there and it's a real pain in the ass to get a magnet epoxied back into position.
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