Description of Issue

A random x/y/z-stall is defined as a repeated stoppage during a project where the LCD shows an X-Axis Stall, Y-Axis Stall or Z-Axis Stall seemingly with no pattern.

Possible Causes

This issue is usually caused by an intermittent power supply voltage, an obstacle ithat is preventing movement, or a something that is limiting the ability of the cutting bit to remove material (i.e. the bit is spinning slowly or not spinning at all when the machine starts to cut).

Troubleshooting Steps

See document titled Random X, Y, or Z-Axis Stall.