I’m running 10.11.3 on a Mac Pro.
I was cutting the second on two parts, the first having run fine. When it got to a tool change, I changed to the tool and told CM to continue normally. CM hung leaving the spindle running in the middle of my stock/piece.
I rebooted the Nomad and the hang reoccurred. Killed and restarted CM. Still no motion. In all cases I could connect to the Nomad but I was unable to jog the machine or do any other actions.
Dropping back to 350 didn’t help either.
I rebooted my machine and I was able to connect to the Nomad and jog it. Resuming the job, it started cutting and then hung again, leaving the spindle running.
Rebooting the Mac tends to point a something going wrong with USB on the Mac end. I’ve proper grounds and neutrals but was not running with an isolator.
Strange that I could do so much machining and then this happens…
I’m going to investigate concurrent USB activity. The Mac Pro has a unique USB3 implementation.