Description of Issue

The “Possible Board Removal” message occurs when the head is cranked up unexpectedly.  Both compression roller switches would have to be showing released during the project which the machine interprets as no board being present.

Possible Causes

Possible causes are: the head is cranked up in the middle of the project, here is a fault in one or both compression roller switches, or one of the rollers falls when the board is only under it.

Troubleshooting Steps

  1. Verify that the head was not cranked up during the project.
  2. Check that there are no features going all the way across the board that would cause one roller to drop and go “Released”.
  3. Check the roller state in the sensor check menu.  Remove the workpiece, turn the machine ON, and navigate to the Configurations Menu from the CarveWright Main Menu by using the up/down arrows or pressing the “0” (Options) key on the keypad.  Navigate to, or select key “7”, Sensor Check.  Use the up/down arrows to find menu items titled Front Roller and Back Roller.  With no board inserted they should both read Released.
  4. If none of the above steps solves the issue consult a senior engineer.