I received this error shortly after swapping out the 201 end mil for the 60 V bit. I hit resume and the machine (Pro XXL) did nothing, did not move towards the bit setter etx. I let it sit there for a bit and even made sure I didn’t hit remained paused. I was going to just start over, so I turned off the machine, closed out carbide motion and restarted it all and now I get that G Code error.
If it’s not an error in the G-Code itself it’s probably caused by a loss of communication.
Shut things down, regenerate the G-Code starting at the tool change and you should be good to go.
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