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    Default WIRE MACHINE - Cutting speed went down drastically


    I have Fanuc wire machine (Tape cut - model 1). It is the old one, but still in a good shape

    English is not my native language, and I am not a person with a technical background I hope you will not have a bad understanding.

    In the last period, cutting speed went down more than 2x. I am not able to figure out what is the problem. I have a feeling when a machine is in the process of cutting that wire is sticking to the piece.

    First I was thinking the water is the problem but after I changed the complete system problem repeats.

    Machine works well, I always have correct measurements after work is complete, but work is very slow.

    Does anyone have an idea what could be wrong? What should I check?

    In the attachment, I have one image. Can someone answer the questions below once he takes a look at the image?

    What is correct name of these two switches, and where I can order them (e-commerce site would be the best option)?

    Could they cause the problem why machining is slow?

    Can I take them out and clean?

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