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    Haas Technical PublicationsES0095 Rev CR May 2015Anchoring InstructionsALL CNCImportant!! Anchors must be installed prior to setting the machine in place. These instructions must be delivered to the person responsible for machine installations. Should you have any questions, please call Haas Auto...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 2 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsBefore You BeginImportant! Read these instructions thoroughly before attempting to anchor the machine. This document must be used in conjunction with the installation section of the Reference Manual.Anchoring is not...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 3 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsAnchoring OverviewSetting the anchors is a multiple step process:Coring: Holes are drilled into the foundation where the machine will be placed.Anchor Pre-Assembly: The anchoring hardware is partially assembled hand...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 4 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsAnchor Pre-Assembly1. Screw the coupling nut onto the 5/8-11 hex head bolt (HHB). The HHB should reach halfway into the coupling nut.2. Thread the 5/8-11 hex nut halfway up the length of the long threaded end of the...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 5 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring Instructions4. Thread the long end of the stud into the coupling nut as far as it will go.5. Tighten the 5/8-11 hex nut until the floor plate and washer are held tightly against the coupling nut. Finger-tight pressure is all th...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 6 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsSetting the Anchors1. Mix the epoxy per the manufacturer’s instructions. 2. Fill the hole until the epoxy is approximately 2" (50 mm) from the top.IMPORTANT! DO NOT OVERFILL THE HOLE. The epoxy will rise once...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 7 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring Instructions4. Reinsert the anchor assembly into the hole, stud-end up. Use a carpenter’s square to make certain that the stud is perpendicular to the floor. NOTE: At this point you must work quickly as the epoxy will begin ...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 8 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsAnchor Installation1. Once the epoxy has cured, remove the studs. Remove the floor plate, the washer and the 5/8-11 hex nut from each stud.2. Move the machine into position.3. Screw the short end of the stud into th...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 9 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring Instructions4. Slide the floor plate down the stud so that it lies flat on the floor.5. Thread the 3/4-10 hex nut onto the 3/4-10 x 6 HHB and drive it roughly 2" (50 mm) down the bolt. 6. Set the 3/4-10 x 6 HHB head-down o...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 10 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring Instructions7. Place the anchor strap onto the bolt and stud.8. Place the 5/8 washer onto the stud, followed by the 5/8-11 hex nut. Loosen the anchoring assembly prior to leveling the machine.9. Make certain that the anchor p...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 11 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsFinal Anchoring1. Once the machine has been leveled, torque the 3/4-11 hex nuts on the stud to 50 ft-lb (68 Nm) in the following pattern:2. Torque the 3/4-11 hex nuts on the studs to 80 ft-lb (109 Nm) in the same p...

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 12 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring Instructions3. Recheck the level and re-level the machine if needed. Procedure Complete

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    ES0095 Rev CRMay 2015Page 13 of 13Haas Technical PublicationsAnchoring InstructionsAnchor KitsMachine anchor kits are available from your HFO, however, these kits do not satisfy building, seismic, or stationary equipment installation requirements. You must see an expert for these requirements.Ple...

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