I’ve had my LongMill since January '20, and until recently it’s been 100% reliable (excepting user errors, of course). About a month ago it started stopping briefly during a cut, destroying the job since the real position no longer matched where the controller thought the router was. I switched the USB cable with one I had with 2 ferrite cores and that helped significantly, but I had another problem recently. I’ve heard repeatedly that it’s a good idea to ground the shop vac hose I connect to the original Sienci dust boot to drain static that can build up. Does anybody have any suggestions about how this is done?
And if you think there might be another reason for the problem - I’m interested in that also.
Thanks in advance - Frank