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Question: WHAT DOES COPYRIGHT MEAN

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Copyright, a form of intellectual property law, protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture. Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, although it may protect the way these things are expressed

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  • WHAT DOES COPYRIGHT PROTECT?

    Copyright, a form of intellectual property law, protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture. Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, although it may protect the way these things are expressed

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  • WHAT COPYRIGHT?

    Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright covers both published and unpublished works.

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    WHAT COPYRIGHT?

  • I’VE HEARD ABOUT A “POOR MAN’S COPYRIGHT.” WHAT IT?

    The practice of sending a copy of your own work to yourself is sometimes called a “poor man’s copyright.” There is no provision in the copyright law regarding any such type of protection, and it is not a substitute for registration.

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  • what does the error code on my vfd mean?

    Remember, steps to correct and troubleshoot issues with any electrical devices should be done by a professional electrician.

    If you have an HY series VFD, the fault codes are below:

    OC-1: Over-current during ramp up or over-current at constant speed.
    Recommended actions: 1, 2, 3, 4

    OC-1: Over-current during ramp up or over-current at constant speed.
    Recommended actions: 1, 2, 5, 6

    OC-2: Over-current at deceleration or over-current at stop.
    Recommended actions: 1, 7, 2, 9, 10

    dL: Output short circuit.
    Recommended actions: 11, 1, 10

    Ou-1 or 2: Over-voltage at stop, over-voltage at acceleration, over-voltage at constant speed or over-voltage at deceleration
    Recommended actions: 12, 13

    Fb: Fuse break.
    Recommended actions: 14, 10

    Lu: Low voltage.
    Recommended actions: 15, 16, 17

    OH: Over heat of inverter.
    Recommended actions: 18, 19, 20

    OL-1: Inverter overload 150% per minute
    Recommended actions: 2, 21, 22

    OL-2: Motor overload 150% per minute.
    Recommended actions: 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 21

    dT: Motor over-torque
    Recommended actions: 21, 23

    E.b.S.A or E.b.S.n or E.b.S.d or E.b.S.S: No feedback from the auxiliary coil or the lectromagnetic contactor
    Recommended action: 27

    bt: Braking transistor damage.
    Recommended action: 27

    CPu: CPU fault.
    Recommended action: 27

    E.E.E.S or E.E.E.n or E.E.E.d or E.E.E.A: EEPROM fault
    Recommended action: 27


    List of recommended actions:
    If error shows at ramp up or at constant speed:
    1. Check for a short circuit or partial short circuit and the insulation of the output wire is sufficient.
    2. Increase the capacity or the inverter if it is too small. Replace with an inverter that has a larger capacity
    3. Extend the ramp-up time
    4. Decrease the torque and increase the set value.
    5. Check if the motor is blocked and if there is a sudden change in load.
    6. Check if there is a sudden chance in the power supply voltage.
    7. Extend ramp down time
    9. DC breaking is too high. Decrease DC breaking
    10. Replace the inverter.
    11. Check to see if there is a short circuit with the connection wire of the motor.
    12. Extend the ramp-down time or add a breaking resistor.
    13. Check the mains supply voltage and insure there isn't ant sudden change in voltage.
    14. Send the inverter for repair.
    15. Check whether the input voltage is normal
    16. check whether there is a sudden change in load.
    17. Check whether there is any phase missing.
    18. Check the fan in the inverter. Is it spinning? Is it blocked? Does it have any foreign matter stuck on the fins of the fan? If so, clear the fan.
    19. Check the ambient temperature in the space that the inverter is placed.
    20. Check for adequate ventilation for the inverter where it is placed.
    21. Check for jamming or any sudden change with respect to mechanical load.
    22. Set the V/F curve correctly.
    23. The motor is too small.
    24. The motor is hot and the insulation of the motor degraded.
    25. Check if the voltage has a large variance.
    26. Check if there is a phase missing.
    27. Contact the supplier

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    I have cnc wood carving machine 1325 the inverter showing error 0006

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    What is uc3 error

    Additional Information:
    My inverter read error oc-1 high frequency how you can help me please


    Additional Information:
    My inverter read error oc-1 high frequency how you can help me please


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    203

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    E2 error

    Additional Information:
    Hello , I have an Redsail cnc and I get the following error " UC3 "after that the spindle stops arter a small knocking sound ,would there be an solution to this ?

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    what does it mean when my spindle VFD shows E o and stops.


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    Vfd er.01.5c

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    CPFO error displayed reason

    Additional Information:
    Solve it

    Additional Information:
    My Spindle VFD Holip HLPA01D523C get error E.OC.A after factory reset. and now get error E.OC.n after i change the starting mode from Start from Starting
    Frequency to Frequency track start. whats wrong with the vactory setting?

    Additional Information:
    Er20

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    Fault 503

    Additional Information:
    Fault 503

    Additional Information:
    What VFD do you have?

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    what does the error code on my vfd mean?

  • what does it mean when my spindle VFD inverter shows OC-2?

    Remember, steps to correct and troubleshoot issues with any electrical devices should be done by a professional electrician.

    If you have an HY series VFD, the fault codes are below:

    OC-1: Over-current during ramp up or over-current at constant speed.
    Recommended actions: 1, 2, 3, 4

    OC-1: Over-current during ramp up or over-current at constant speed.
    Recommended actions: 1, 2, 5, 6

    OC-2: Over-current at deceleration or over-current at stop.
    Recommended actions: 1, 7, 2, 9, 10

    dL: Output short circuit.
    Recommended actions: 11, 1, 10

    Ou-1 or 2: Over-voltage at stop, over-voltage at acceleration, over-voltage at constant speed or over-voltage at deceleration
    Recommended actions: 12, 13

    Fb: Fuse break.
    Recommended actions: 14, 10

    Lu: Low voltage.
    Recommended actions: 15, 16, 17

    OH: Over heat of inverter.
    Recommended actions: 18, 19, 20

    OL-1: Inverter overload 150% per minute
    Recommended actions: 2, 21, 22

    OL-2: Motor overload 150% per minute.
    Recommended actions: 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 21

    dT: Motor over-torque
    Recommended actions: 21, 23

    E.b.S.A or E.b.S.n or E.b.S.d or E.b.S.S: No feedback from the auxiliary coil or the lectromagnetic contactor
    Recommended action: 27

    bt: Braking transistor damage.
    Recommended action: 27

    CPu: CPU fault.
    Recommended action: 27

    E.E.E.S or E.E.E.n or E.E.E.d or E.E.E.A: EEPROM fault
    Recommended action: 27


    List of recommended actions:
    If error shows at ramp up or at constant speed:
    1. Check for a short circuit or partial short circuit and the insulation of the output wire is sufficient.
    2. Increase the capacity or the inverter if it is too small. Replace with an inverter that has a larger capacity
    3. Extend the ramp-up time
    4. Decrease the torque and increase the set value.
    5. Check if the motor is blocked and if there is a sudden change in load.
    6. Check if there is a sudden chance in the power supply voltage.
    7. Extend ramp down time
    9. DC breaking is too high. Decrease DC breaking
    10. Replace the inverter.
    11. Check to see if there is a short circuit with the connection wire of the motor.
    12. Extend the ramp-down time or add a breaking resistor.
    13. Check the mains supply voltage and insure there isn't ant sudden change in voltage.
    14. Send the inverter for repair.
    15. Check whether the input voltage is normal
    16. check whether there is a sudden change in load.
    17. Check whether there is any phase missing.
    18. Check the fan in the inverter. Is it spinning? Is it blocked? Does it have any foreign matter stuck on the fins of the fan? If so, clear the fan.
    19. Check the ambient temperature in the space that the inverter is placed.
    20. Check for adequate ventilation for the inverter where it is placed.
    21. Check for jamming or any sudden change with respect to mechanical load.
    22. Set the V/F curve correctly.
    23. The motor is too small.
    24. The motor is hot and the insulation of the motor degraded.
    25. Check if the voltage has a large variance.
    26. Check if there is a phase missing.
    27. Contact the supplier

    Additional Information:
    I have cnc wood carving machine 1325 the inverter showing error 0006

    Additional Information:
    What is uc3 error

    Additional Information:
    My inverter read error oc-1 high frequency how you can help me please


    Additional Information:
    My inverter read error oc-1 high frequency how you can help me please


    Additional Information:
    203

    Additional Information:
    E2 error

    Additional Information:
    Hello , I have an Redsail cnc and I get the following error " UC3 "after that the spindle stops arter a small knocking sound ,would there be an solution to this ?

    Additional Information:


    Additional Information:
    what does it mean when my spindle VFD shows E o and stops.


    Additional Information:
    Vfd er.01.5c

    Additional Information:
    CPFO error displayed reason

    Additional Information:
    Solve it

    Additional Information:
    My Spindle VFD Holip HLPA01D523C get error E.OC.A after factory reset. and now get error E.OC.n after i change the starting mode from Start from Starting
    Frequency to Frequency track start. whats wrong with the vactory setting?

    Additional Information:
    Er20

    Additional Information:
    Fault 503

    Additional Information:
    Fault 503

    Additional Information:
    What VFD do you have?

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    what does it mean when my spindle VFD inverter shows OC-2?

  • When using the laser controller, what does "engrave beyond border limit" mean?

    LaserCAD: Engrave beyond border limit.

    This is caused by a sweeping motion that is too fast and where the acceleration is too slow. My recommended action would be to keep the acceleration the way it is and slow down the speed of the engrave sweeping motion. I typically use around 200-300 mm/sec and make sure that the axis sweep motion is the nozzle along the gantry, not the gantry itself. The gantry will have too much inertia to sweep, but the nozzle is very light and can sweep very quickly.

    Specifically, what is happening with the engrave beyond border limit is where that axis is not able to slow down fast enough to not hit the border. For instance, imagine a car going 100 mph and it needs to stop within 30 feet. This would not be possible because the deceleration is not high enough.

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    Why always showing trigger limits when starting

    Additional Information:
    Why always showing trigger limits when starting

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  • MY COPYRIGHT GOOD IN OTHER COUNTRIES?

    The United States has copyright relations with most countries throughout the world, and as a result of these agreements, we honor each other's citizens' copyrights. However, the United States does not have such copyright relationships with every country.

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  • WHAT THE MEANING OF LIFE

    The BRAIN!!

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    WHAT THE MEANING OF LIFE

  • WHAT DOES FFC STANDS FOR

    FFC stands for Film Finance Corporation

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    WHAT DOES FFC STANDS FOR

  • WHAT DOES YOUR HEART PUMP?

    Your heart pumps blood.

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    WHAT DOES YOUR HEART PUMP?

  • what is the meaning of life?

    To be able to fabricate everything, including children!

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    what is the meaning of life?

  • what horizon does the sun set?

    The sun sets on the western horizon.

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    what horizon does the sun set?

  • HOW A COPYRIGHT DIFFERENT FROM PATENT OR TRADEMARK?

    Copyright protects original works of authorship, while a patent protects inventions or discoveries. Ideas and discoveries are not protected by the copyright law, although the way in which they are expressed may be. A trademark protects words, phrases, symbols, or designs identifying the source of the goods or services of one party and distinguishing them from those of others.

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  • WHAT MOTORS DOES THE BLACK TOOTH USE?
  • WHAT MOTORS DOES THE BLACK TOOTH USE?
  • What does an electronics combo include?

    There are a few electronic combos that include various motors and drivers, but common to all of these are the power supply (36v) and breakout board. The most common combo is the standard 3-axis combo which includes three 425 oz-in motors and three 3.0 amp drivers. The heavy gantry combo includes one 651 oz-in motor and 6.0 amp driver and two 425 oz-in motors and two 3.0 amp drivers. The combo for the greenBull CNC Machine kit is three 651 oz-in motors and three 6.0 amp drivers.

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  • What cnc machine does the plans refer to?

    The plans refer to the scratch build machine: http://www.buildyourcnc.com/cnckitintro.aspx and the one in the book "Build Your Own CNC Machine": http://www.buildyourcnc.com/Book.aspx

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    What cnc machine does the plans refer to?

  • WHY SHOULD I REGISTER MY WORK IF COPYRIGHT PROTECTION AUTOMATIC?

    Registration is recommended for a number of reasons. Many choose to register their works because they wish to have the facts of their copyright on the public record and have a certificate of registration. Registered works may be eligible for statutory damages and attorney's fees in successful litigation. Finally, if registration occurs within 5 years of publication, it is considered prima facie evidence in a court of law.

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  • What size stepper motors does the blueChick use?

    The blueChick uses NEMA 23 425 oz/in motors.

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    What size stepper motors does the blueChick use?

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