TLDR: LR2 stopped after drilling a bunch of holes and then cutting the first of a few parts out. No errors - not sure how to diagnose.
I just finished setting up my LR2, and for the most part, everything seems fine. After doing a variety of testing, i started doing some “real” cuts in 1/2 inch plywood. Using EstlCAM, i dropped in a bunch of DXFs and got the program set up to do some helical drilling and part cut outs. The previews show everything fine - so far, so good.
All in all, the program is doing about 30 small holes and 10 part cut outs in about 14x14 inches of plywood. When i ran it, everything looked good initially. All of the holes were cut without issue, and the first part got cut as expected. It moved over to the second part, then just stopped. There are no errors on the TFT - it just shows 72% done and the timer continued to count up. I waited two minutes, and then stopped the program.
Without any errors, it’s hard for me to understand how to debug it. The G00 to move to the part seemed to work, as did the G01 to move to just above the surface, and then it stopped just prior to beginning the cut out. It doesn’t look like there’s anything weird about the GCode here when compared to the previous successful part cut out.
I’m thinking about cutting out all of the successful gcode and trying to get it to resume. Other than that, are there any suggestions as to what i might do to diagnose it? Does anyone know what kinds of things could cause this? Is there a log file or something of the like that i can access to see if some issue was recorded somewhere? Not sure if there are some hidden options somewhere, but as far as i can tell, such things are not accessible via the TFT.