Title says it all. After Carbide Motion requires a bit change, my router will stop. I change the bit, the router then moves to the BitSetter. After measurements, the router doesn’t. Everything else works perfectly.
I have a Shapeoko 3 XL and I use Aspire. I save the GCODE with the Shapeoko post processor.
Maybe double check that your file has a M3 command after that tool change (with a value greater than 1000) ? I don’t see why there wouldn’t be though.
If M3 is there, and RPM is greater than 1000, and everything is plugged in, and spindle enable button is lit…then it should start, especially since it stopped the router (and therefore started it correctly the first time?)
**My BitSetter is working great. No issues at all. I recently purchased the BitRunner. Everything works OK. The router will start automatically at the beginning of the job and will stop at the tool change. When I change my tool, and hit “RESUME”, it moves to the BitSetter, mesures the new tool, but then, the router doesn’t restart. **
Please send that file in to firstname.lastname@example.org as well as photos showing how your BitRunner is wired up and what the setting is on your Spindle Remote if you have a v2 and we’ll do our best to sort this out with you.
Missed that you’re using Aspire — please test this functionality w/ a basic file in Carbide Create first — if it works there, then send the matching file from CC (both .c2d and .nc — for Aspire, send the source and the G-Code as well) and also let us know which post processor you are using.