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    Haas Technical PublicationsManual_Archive_Cover_Page Rev A June 6, 2013•This content is for illustrative purposes.•Historic machine Service Manuals are posted here to provide information for Haas machine owners.•Publications are intended for use only with machines built at the time of origi...

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    1Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006GENERAL MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTINGBefore You Begin:Use Common SenseMany problems are easily overcome by correctly evaluating the situation. All machine operations are composedof a program, tools, and tooling. You must look at all three before blaming one as ...

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    2Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Machine vibrates excessively in a cut• This can be caused by a number of factors as machining practices come into play. Generally speaking, theleast rigid element of a cut is the tool because it is the smallest part. Any cutter will vibrate if pushed be...

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    3Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Machine mis-positions holes.• Check for thermal growth of the ball screw (see "Thermal Growth" section).• Check that the machine is level (see "Installation" section of the Reference manual).• Check for backlash (see "Ball S...

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    4Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Part/Tooling ProblemGeometry ProblemCLCLCLBores are tapered• Check that tooling and machining practices are correct. Bores will be tapered if the tooling is inappropriate,the speeds and feeds are incorrect, or coolant is not getting to the cutting tool....

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    5Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Ensure Parameter 254, Spindle Center, is set correctly.Material Left After Facing PartFINISHMachining yields a poor finish• Check for backlash ("Ball Screw Removal and Installation" section).• Check the condition of the tooling and the s...

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    6Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Verify Thermal GrowthThere are a number of ways to verify the problem. The following procedure will verify thermal growth of the X-axis (reverse-anchored for lathes) ballscrew in a machine that has not been warmed up:1.Home the machine. In MDI mode, press...

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    7Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006WAY COVERS/HEAD COVERSRecommended Torque Values for Machine Fasteners - The following chart should be used as a referenceguide when replacing way covers/head covers for torquing machine fasteners where specified.DIAMETERTORQUE8-3230 in-lb1/4 - 2015 ft-lb5...

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    8Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Remove the 14 BHCS that fasten the rear of the way cover to the column.5.Remove the way cover.Right Way Cover - Installation1.Power On the machine.2.Replace the way cover. The end with the smallest section goes toward the receiver.3. Fasten the column ...

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    9Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 Y-AXIS WAY COVER ADJUSTMENTUpper Way Cover - Removal1. Handle jog the X-axis to center of travel. Handle jog the Y-axis down fully.2.Power Off the machine.3. Remove the twenty six (26) FHCS that attach the vertical guides to the way cover.4. Remove...

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    10Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HEAD COVERS REMOVAL/INSTALLATION (VERT)RemovalNOTE:This procedure is for the VF-3/4. However, the procedure varies only slightlyfor other models.50 Taper machines: Before removing the head cover, remove the fan assembly and disconnect the toolrelease and...

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    11Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006The spring retainer captures the compression spring that returns the tool change piston and shaft to the normalposition when the air is released from the cylinder. The upper and lower limit switches are actuated by thespring retainer. The position of the...

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    12Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Left Hand ThreadsSAE Hose Connectora. Loosen the SAE hose connector at the check valve assembly with a wrench (right arrow indiagram). Do not use a wrench on the pipe connector attached to the coolant union; the union willbe damaged and the warranty void...

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    13Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Rear ViewTRPLiftingStrapTRP in PositionMotor andTransmissionTRP Shown in Position and as it is Lowered8.Remove entire tool release piston assembly, by sliding it forward then lifting it upward. The assembly isheavy so use great care when removing it.NOTE...

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    14Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062.40 Taper - Verify spindle sweep adjustment is correct (as shown in "Draw Bar Replacement" section)before proceeding. If not correct, re-shim as necessary.(1 ea.) 0.093 Nylon Washer(3 ea.) 0.015 Shim Washer(2 ea.) 0.010 Shim Washer(1ea.) 0.010...

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    15Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Rotating UnionExtension TubeAssemblyWave SpringBearing Holder50 TaperTRPDraw BarTRP ForkSpindlePulleyMeasure Runout OfRotating Union Herea) Place a tool holder in the spindle.b) Insert a 5/8 Allen wrench into the lower end of the piston shaft. Loosen the...

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    16Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Reconnect the air hoses at the applicable fittings on the tool release piston assembly.6.Reconnect the clamp/unclamp cables and solenoid wire to the sides of the solenoid bracket.7.50 Taper - Set the main air regulator to 85 psi. Tool push out and TRP ...

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    17Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TRP SWITCH ADJUSTMENTThis tool release piston (TRP) switch adjustment procedure applies to 40 Taper, 40 Taper In-Line, and 50 Tapermachines. The switches should indicate that the tool is released from the spindle with the tool 0.060” out of thetaper an...

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    18Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006The following notes in Step 6 are for 50 Taper machines only.6. Jog the Z-axis to 0.060” above where the tool holder was touching the aluminum block and press the ToolRelease button. Add or remove shims from the tool release fork to make adjustments. T...

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    19Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Z-AxisTest Indicators9.Press the Tool Release button and hold it in. Adjust the switch in or out toward the spring retainer until theswitch changes status (DB OPN = 1). The switch should now be indicating that the tool is unclamped andout of the spindle....

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    20Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006In-Line drive machines only - Apply pre-charge.5.Push the Param/Dgnos button twice to enter the diagnostics mode.6. Press Cycle Start.7. If DB CLS = 0 (Tool Unclamp) you are done (do not check with 0.040” shim). If not, adjust the upper switchout until...

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    21Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Shim Washer Addition/RemovalTo add or subtract shim washers, remove the TRP assembly.1.Check the condition of the tool release tip and draw bar and replace damaged parts before setting draw barheight.2.Remove the tool release bolt.3.Add or remove the req...

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    22Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006(1ea.) 0.010Shim Washer(7ea.) 0.018Shim WasherTool UnclampedSwitchSpindle EndcapFork Shims(1 ea.) 0.093Nylon Washer(3 ea.) 0.015Shim Washer(2 ea.) 0.010Shim WasherTool ClampedSwitchTRP Shims Fork Shim LocationTRP Shim Location5. The tool push out adjustm...

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    23Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TRP SHIMSThe draw bar uses a 1-piece shim which can be added or removed without having to remove the TRP assembly.Once the shims have been adjusted, the TRP is reinstalled and the final torque on the bolts is 35 ft-lb.ShimsShimTRP2 BoltsOn EachSideTool R...

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    24Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TRP DISASSEMBLY1.Loosen and remove the shaft clamp. A punch and mallet may be required to break the clamp loose.2.Remove the switch trip and compression spring.3.Remove the 50T upper spacer.4. Push the TRP shaft down.5.Remove the 8 bolts holding the TRP ...

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    25Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BELT REPLACEMENT & TENSIONINGPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace the Vertical or EC-Series drive belt.DRIVE BELT RPLACEMENT (VERT & EC-SERIES)RemovalNOTE:For easier removal, place transmission in high gear before...

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    26Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.a. Vert: Slide the replacement belt(s) under the sump tank and onto the pulley.NOTE:Do not wrap the belts over the pulley. The pulley can be rather sharp, and maycut the belts. Do not bend or kink the belt in any way; damage to the fibers inthe belt ma...

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    27Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066. Turn the handle until the edge of the tool's plunger and the outer tube are flush, and then 1/2 turn more.This will set the belt at the proper tension.NOTE:A belt that is correctly tensioned will whine slightly, and requires approximately12 hours of b...

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    28Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006APL MOTOR BELT REPLACEMENTW-Axis Motor Belt ReplacementA lathe’s W-axis motor belts control the raising and lowering of the APL arm. The following instructions are toservice the belts in case a belt is in need of replacement. It is recommended to repla...

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    29Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Remove the top linear rail guide block (2 bolts) which will drop down to the bottom block. Only removethe inside bolt on the bottom linear guide block. The remaining bolt (outside) on the bottom guideblock should only be loose.6.Remove the bearing supp...

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    30Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Place the 3/8" timing belt on the spindle pulley, with the other end on the encoder pulley.6.Align and attach the hydraulic cylinder adapter onto the spindle shaft with the mounting bolts. Tolerance onthe face of the adapter plate perpendicular to...

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    31Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLESOperationSpindle speed functions are controlled primarily by the S address code. The S address specifies RPM ininteger values from 1 to maximum spindle speed (Parameter 131).Speeds from S1 to the Parameter 142 value will automatically select low ...

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    32Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006A resistor bank (regen resistors) located on the top of the control cabinet is used by the spindle drive todissipate excess power caused by the regenerative effects of decelerating the spindle motor. If the spindlemotor is repeatedly accelerated and dece...

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    33Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLE TROUBLESHOOTINGNOT TURNINGSpindle not turning• If there are any alarms, refer to "Alarms" section.• Check that the spindle turns freely when machine is off.• If motor turns but spindle does not, see the "Belt Replacement and ...

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    34Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Check for the correct amount of lubrication to the spindle bearings in an air mist-lubricated spindle. There0.5-1.0 cc every two hours for the mills and 1.0 cc every two hours for the lathe.• If the spindle is not getting lubrication, correct the p...

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    35Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Check the condition of the spindle taper. Look for damage caused by chips or damaged tooling. Also look fordamage, such as deep gouges in the spindle taper caused by tool crashing.• Duplicate the cutting conditions under which the deflection occurs...

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    36Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLE ASSEMBLYPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace spindle.WARNING!The pulley is shrink-fitted onto the spindle and is not field-serviceable. It is identified by many holes on top of the spindlepulley. Should any attemp...

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    37Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Wood BlockCoveredTable6"min.Z-AxisPosition Wood Block Under Spindle10. Put a wood block (minimum 6" thick) on the table directly under the spindle to help support the spindle.11. Slowly jog the spindle head down until the spindle rests on the b...

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    38Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061/4” Tube X1/8” NPT1/4” Tube X 1/8” NPT6X SHCS6X LockwasherSpindleAssemblyEC-300Spindle HeadAssemblyEC-400Spindle HeadAssemblySpindle must be installedwith oil drain notch inspindle lock at the bottomHORIZ only: Evenly tighten the six mounting S...

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    39Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068.In-line drive: Command the spindle to 300 RPM. Carefully tighten the motor bolts, and the motor mount-ing bolt under the motor plate (80 ft-lb). Tighten the spindle bolts evenly to 50 ft-lb. Stop spindle and checkby hand for binding. If there is no bin...

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    40Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610. The number of increments jogged up or down are the number of shims to add or remove. If the block wastight at .060", remove shim washers. If the block was loose at .050", add shim washers.Lower TRP Unclamp Switch1. With an empty tool holder...

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    41Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200650 taper: Remove six bolts holding the spindle cap to the machine and remove the draw bar.40 taper: Remove bolts from the transmission and use 2” x 4” blocks of wood, placed underneath the frontof the transmission housing, to keep it from falling for...

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    42Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Mill Spindle Sweep AdjustmentNOTE:The machine must be properly leveled for the spindle sweep adjustment to beaccurate.1. To check spindle sweep, place a .0005 indicator on a suitable holder, place on spindle nose and jog the Z-axis in the negative (-) di...

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    43Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLE ORIENTATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to orient the spindle.Orientation of the spindle is automatically performed for tool changes and can be programmed with M19.1.Place the machine in low gear.2. Adjust Parameter ...

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    44Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LATHE SPINDLE ASSEMBLYLATHE SPINDLE REMOVALNOTE:Power off the machine before performing the following procedure.Mini Lathe (ML): Remove the door, the coolant collector from the spindle, and the left front and left sideenclosure panels. Disconnect the air...

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    45Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610. Unscrew the SHCS holding the spindle retaining ring (located at the spindle nose) and remove. Alsoremove the o-ring.11. Remove the spindle carefully through the machine front.Clamp/UnclampHosesAdapterSL-10 Hydraulic Cylinder (Coolant Collector not S...

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    46Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.Place the retainer ring on the spindle with the o-ring toward the spindle. Ensure that the drain holes are atthe bottom of the retainer ring and that the o-ring remains in place.4. Apply blue Loctite to the six retainer ring mounting bolts and install ...

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    47Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006IMPORTANT:A balanced ISO20 toolholder must be in the spindle during run-in and/or warm-up.TOOL ROOM LATHE SPINDLE MOTORRemovalNOTE:It will take two people to lower the motor mount plate, motor, and fan from themachine.1.Remove the sheet metal panel from ...

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    48Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TL-SERIES SUB SPINDLESPINDLE MOTOR REPLACEMENT1.Remove the sheet metal covering the sub spindle motor and the union.2.Cut all plastic ties to the motor wiring. Disconnect the wiring from the motor.3.Remove the encoder: Loosen the set screw that holds the...

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    49Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062X.755.7520-646620-646720-646420-6465PART NO.20-646120-646220-646320-64600.11400.11900.10900.09908.251 REF DIM0.08900.09400.08400.10402.75SeeReferenceTableShim Thickness Tables0.124020-6468TOL: ±0.0010'SIZE'NOMINAL-0.0200-0.0150-0.0050+0.0050+0.0100+0.0...

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    50Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Spindle housingAdjustmentbolts (2)Adjustment BoltsIndicator Setup4. Once the spindle head assembly is level, setup dual indicators on the large magnetic base and place onthe base casting to the rear. Indicate them at the machined face to maintain the spi...

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    51Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-10 SPINDLE HEAD ALIGNMENT1.Attach the spindle alignment bar to the spindle. Adjust the position of the alignment bar until the measuredrunout at both the base and end of the bar is less than 0.0001”. To adjust the position of the alignment bar,sligh...

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    52Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006GEARBOX, TRANSMISSION, AND SPINDLE MOTORGearbox (Mill)There is a double solenoid valve controlling air to the gear box. This solenoid sends air to select either the highgear or the low gear. When power is removed from the solenoids, the valve remains in ...

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    53Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Gears Will Not ChangeMachine will not execute a gear change.NOTE:Whenever a gear change problem occurs, an alarm will also occur. Refer toALARMS section to diagnose each problem before working on the machine.When a gear change is performed, the followi...

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    54Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062.a. Vert: Remove the cover panels from head stock area ("Head Covers Removal and Installation" section).b. Horiz: Remove the rear enclosure panel.3.a. Vert: Remove the tool release piston assembly ("Tool Release Piston Assembly" sect...

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    55Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLELOCKEDSTATUSSWITCHWITHOUTGEARBOXHIGHGEARSTATUSSWITCHLOWGEARSTATUSSWITCHJUMPERWITHOUTGEARBOXTOOLCLAMPEDSTATUSSWITCHLifting PointsDirect Drive with Lifting Eyeholes9.a. Vert: Remove the four SHCS and carefully lift the spindle motor assembly off the...

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    56Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Once the coupler hubs are mated, put the bolts in that hold the motor to the spacer blocks; leave themloose. Join all the motor cables to the harness of the machine. Command a spindle speed of 1000 RPM,the motor mounting bolts are to be left loose. Le...

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    57Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20067.Remove the three cables from the Encoder Assembly.8.Remove the Encoder Assembly (take the belt off first by loosening the encoder screws).CAUTION! Before proceeding, make sure you have appropriate lifting equipment tosafely lift 250 lbs., room to maneu...

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    58Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.Check all the wiring on the transmission before lifting it into the enclosure, to ensure that nothing has comeloose during removal.4. Lift the transmission/motor assembly into place, lining the face up with the bolt holes on the casting.5. Slide the tr...

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    59Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200650 taper: Remove the TRP assembly. Refer to the “Tool Release Piston Assembly” section.CAUTION! The TRP assembly is very heavy. When moving, ensure you have a placeto set the assembly when removed.NOTE:Make sure you collect all washers and spacers fr...

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    60Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200613. 50 taper: Remove the plug for the gear change solenoid and remove the Encoder-to-Transmission Shaftbelt. This can most easily be accomplished by removing the four SHCS that attach the Encoder bracket tothe spindle head (located inside the spindle hea...

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    61Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068. Insert and tighten down the SHCS attaching the transmission to the spindle head. If these screws includegearbox isolators, ensure the 3/8" fender washer is not touching the gearbox housing.3/8-16x1SHCS (6)GearboxIsolatorsGearbox Isolators9.Adjust...

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    62Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Remove the four transmission mounting plate bolts. Raise the transmission enough to remove the drivebelts, then slide the entire assembly out.Mounting plateFluid sight glassMounting Bolts (4)Lathe Transmission Mounting PlateInstallationOverviewAll Haas...

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    63Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065. Remove the existing CBL890 and replace it with the CBL890 included in the service kit (33-1894). CBL890connects to I/O PCB P15 inside the control cabinet, exits the control cabinet through the top or bottomopening, and connects to the gearbox Hi Gear,...

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    64Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Parameter 150 values for Haas 16DP gearboxes:SL-30/TL-25 with gearbox option1054SL-30B/TL-25B 744SL-30 with OPC12 and gearbox option 943SL-40/40L (incl XP option) 744SL-40B/40LB (incl XP option) 434Check that the low transmission oil pressure alarm w...

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    65Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.Tension the belts using the tension adjusting screws. These 2 screws are located under the transmission.A long 1/4" Allen wrench and a torque wrench are needed to adjust these screws. Adjust them to 44 in/lb.Once both are adjusted recheck the firs...

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    66Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-1EncoderCableCarrierTool ReleasePistonSolenoidAssemblyTransmission Spindle encoder installation (VF-1/VF-2) Encoder Installation for Direct Drive Machines4. Inspect the belt and replace if necessary.Installation1.Lathe: Install the pull...

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    67Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006THROUGH THE SPINDLE COOLANT (TSC) SYSTEMIn-Line Drive (TSC)AIR PRESSURE SWITCH, 70 PSI2 POSITION, 3 WAY, SP. RET.SOLENOID VALVE (PRE-CHARGE)METERING ORIFICE .040SHUTTLE VALVE (TOOL RELEASE)TOOL RELEASE SOLENOID ASSEMBLYCHECK VALVE ASSEMBLYINTAKE FILTER A...

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    68Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200650 Taper (TSC)TRSAV2V3V1SV2SV1S1P1FA2G2G1FA1F2F1CVASOLENOID VALVE (TOOL RELEASE)2 POSITION, 3 WAY, SP. RET.2 POSITION, 4 WAY, SP. RET.TOOL RELEASE SOLENOID ASSEMBLYSHUTTLE VALVEPURGE CHECK VALVECOOLANT CHECK VALVESOLENOID VALVE (PURGE)300 PSI MAX.PRESSUR...

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    69Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Ensure the coolant pump relief valve has not been tampered with (paint band is intact). Check the coolantpump pressure (should be 300 psi), using a standard tool holder. If pump pressure is above 310 psi., reset thepump relief valve.Low Coolant, Alar...

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    70Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.Hold down the precharge solenoid valve for at least 20 seconds to allow the pressure reading to stabilize,then set the precharge pressure to 4.0 psi (±0.4 psi). Release the solenoid and hold it down again for 20seconds and re-check the precharge press...

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    71Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TSC-1000 TROUBLESHOOTING1) TSC 1000 pump and motor do not turn on when programmed to (M88/89 or AUX CLNT Button).a) Check that the TSC 1000 pump has been connected to an external power supply. Power required bydefault is 208-230 Volt 3-phase 50/60 Hz wit...

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    72Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TSCPin #2Pin #1I/O BOARDPOWER PCDrain Back CircuitBall Valve (Off positionfor normal operation)Pressure RegulatorOutput Hose TSC 1000 Control / Electrical ConnectionsTSC Pressure EffectsOn machines using TSC during cutting operati...

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    73Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER (VERT)5976813 42138127511415166910112431. Toolchanger Trap Door2. Loc Nut Elastic3. Washer4. Nylon Washer5. Vertical Axle6. 2 Pin Geneva Star7. Bearing Housing8. Extractor Key9. Extractor Spring10. Extractor Finger11. 20 Pocket Car...

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    74Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TROUBLESHOOTINGRefer to the alarm description when problems arise with the ATC, and see the Spindlesection for additional trouble shooting information.DeflectionDeflection is usually caused by ATC misalignment, and sometimes caused by damaged or poor qua...

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    75Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Ensure the roller bolts on the shuttle of the ATC are tight against the V-guides on the ATC holding arm. If thelower right roller bolt is loose against the V-guide, the upper right bolt is probably bent. Bent roller bolts are asymptom of another prob...

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    76Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OrientationWhen commanded to orient the spindle, the spindle will rotate to the position determined by Parameter 257(spindle orient offset).ATC out of orientation with the spindle. Incorrect spindle orientation will cause the ATC tocrash as the shuttle m...

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    77Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CrashingCrashing of the ATC is usually a result of operator error. The most common ATC crashes occur as the part orfixture on the mill table crashes into long tooling or into the ATC double arm during a tool change• Inspect the pocket involved in the c...

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    78Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CARRIAGE CASTING REPLACEMENTTools Required:Two-jaw pullerHydraulic jack1-2-3 BlockCardboardNOTE:If the carriage casting is damaged in a crash, it must be replaced. Lookspecifically for broken bosses where the roller bolts mount to the casting. Ifthe carr...

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    79Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ATC ALIGNMENT1.Verify that the spindle orientation is correct (Refer to appropriate section).2. Command an automatic tool change, and press Emergency Stop when the shuttle is fully in.3.Verify that the spindle dog lines up to the alignment key in the ATC...

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    80Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EXTRACTOR FORK REPLACEMENTNOTE:Extractor forks that do not hold the tool holders firmly, or forks that are bent,must be replaced. Damage to the ATC will result if not replaced.1.With no tool holders in the spindle or in the ATC, command "ATC Fwd&quo...

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    81Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SHUTTLE IN/OUT MOTORA DC brush motor is used to move the tool changer assembly towards and away from the spindle. This iscalled the shuttle. The motor is geared down to a low RPM and then connected to an arm that rotates through180o and pushes the shuttl...

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    82Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610 - 32 x 3/4" FHCS (4)Front View of Holding Plate Showing FHCS Location4. Reattach the slip clutch assembly to the shuttle motor shaft. Before placing on the shaft, put two or threedrops of red Loctite® on the slip clutch hub.5.Insert and tighten ...

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    83Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CarriageCastingUnplug LinesHereCarriage Casting with Cover Removed8.Carefully lift the turret motor assembly off of the tool carriage casting.NOTE:The gear motor should never be disassembled and is not field-serviceable.All gear motors should be returned...

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    84Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20069.Reinstall the tool carriage casting cover.10. Test the tool changer for proper operation.GENEVA STAR REPLACEMENTNOTE:If ATC Geneva star is damaged or worn in its driven slots, it must be replaced.1.Turn the machine power off.2.Remove the cover from the...

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    85Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SIDE MOUNT TOOL CHANGER (SMTC)The tool changer is controlled with a single axis control mounted inside the control.Carousel Rotation MotorA DC brush motor is used to rotate the carousel between tool changes. The motor has an encoder and isdriven by the ...

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    86Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TROUBLE SHOOTINGSide Mount Tool Changer Recovery Flow ChartTool Change RestoreSidemountPressing “TCR” buttonAlarmsexist?YTool inarm or spindle(Y/N)?Will armprevent tool inspindle or pocketfrom beingremoved(Y/N)?YYNUse following commands to remove all...

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    87Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200640 TAPER CAROUSEL REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION113121110987654322322212019181716151424CarouselNumber DiscToolPocketsCarouselCarouselCoverCarouselHousingAssemblyATCAssemblyBase113121110987654322322212019181716151424SMTC (Horiz)SMTC (Vert)Special Tools Required...

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    88Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CarouselNumberDiscMountingBHCS (8)CarouselShaft NutCarouselCarouselHousingTool PocketsTop ViewTool Pocket(Load Position)Tool PocketMountingFHCSCarouselSliderPositionPocketOrientationTabsPocketStopCam BoxATCAssemblyBacksideCam BoxPulleyCarouselDouble-ArmC...

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    89Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ATC ASSEMBLY REMOVAL/INSTALLATIONSpecial Tools Required: Lifting Device (3000lb Capacity), Lifting Bracket/BarRemoval1.Power off machine.2.Remove all ATC assembly sheet metal covers and fasteners.3.Remove the tool changer amphenol connection at the contr...

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    90Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Align the ATC with the mounting bracket and attach with SHCS. Only snug the SHCS.8XSHCS5XSHCSHorizontal Tool Changer Installation4. Reconnect the tool changer amphenol connector to the control and reattach the air line to the carouselassembly.5.Align ...

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    91Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065. Using the dowel pin as a handle, install the tapered half of the split tool into the pocket. Be careful to notplace your hands in the pinch point between the tool and the pocket.6.Install the second half of the split tool into the end of the double ar...

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    92Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CarouselCam BoxMovementTool ReleaseButton (2)Tool PocketCenterDouble-ArmDouble-ArmRadialAlignmentCam Box/Double Arm Alignment, Front View15. EC-300 and EC-1600-3000: Fully retract the Z-axis (Z+ direction).16. Using Tool Change Recovery, press the down a...

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    93Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200628. Verify the spindle is clear of the double arm. Reverse the double arm away from the spindle if necessary.29. Return the double arm to the “Home” position and exit Tool Change Recovery.30. Reset Parameter 64 to its original value if changed.Double...

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    94Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066) Enter the X value into Parameter 210, and the Y value into Parameter 211.7) Remove the split tool.8) Using T/C Recovery, return the double arm to the origin (Home) position.9) Return the tool pocket to the tool stored position (arrow up).10) Cycle pow...

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    95Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20067XSHCSHoriz. ATCMountingBracket8XSHCSView Rotated1808 EC-1600 Standard MountEC-1600 50-Pocket MountATC ALIGNMENT (VERT)For Vertical machines, the servo tool changer, like those used on super speed machines, must have the gridoffset and tool chan...

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    96Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068.Place the split tool (P/N’s previously shown) into the double arm end beneath the tool pocket. Depress thetool release button on top of the double-arm and insert the split tool. Slightly push the double-arm in theclockwise direction to remove backlas...

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    97Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200622. Visually check the height alignment of the double arm to the V-groove on the split tool. If necessary, loosenthe lock ring SHCS and adjust the height of the double arm. Torque the lock ring SHCS to 15-17 ft-lbs.23. Repeat steps 9 & 10 to re-check...

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    98Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006DOUBLE ARM REPLACEMENTRemoval1.In TCR mode, lower the double-arm. Power Off machine.2. Underneath the double-arm, loosen the six SHCS from the lock ring. Insert four new jackscrews into thelock ring (Coat the jack screw threads and tips with moly grease)...

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    99Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006c. To adjust the clearance, remove the slide and the cover by removing the cover plate and lifting the slideout at an angle. Be careful not to lose the spring. Loosen the adjuster and correct the clearance by addingor removing shim washer. Apply blue Loc...

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    100Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TC Door(Open)TC Door(Closed)HoseClampSpring DamperView Rotated908ToolChangerDoor OpenSwitch4. Mark the spot where the bit changes to 1 and secure the switch with a hose clamp.5.Reconnect the main air supply, and take the machine off of E-stop.6.Run the ...

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    101Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ChainPEM NutWasherBracketSpacersSprocketAssemblyWashersNutLock WasherRod AlignerAir CylinderRodTool ChangerDoorShoulderBoltTop BracketDoor ConnectUpper DoorLower Door3.Push air cylinder towards linear guide rail while tightening bolts.4. Thread & ti...

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    102Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Drive Chain10. Place chain around idler assemblies and attach one end to bottom door bracket at the hole closest to thelower idler assembly using a master link. Install jam nut onto threaded, right-handed side of the turnbuckle.Attach the opposite end o...

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    103Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NOTE:The machine must be in Tool Changer Recovery Mode to perform the next step.4. Press v (down arrow) to retract the air cylinder shaft. Manually lower the pocket and remove the pocketretaining screw. See the previous figure.5.Remove the tool changer ...

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    104Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Air CylinderCarouselHousingToolPocketSliderTool PocketAssemblyCarouselSliderAdjustmentSet-ScrewTop ViewPocket inLoadPositionPocket inStored PositionTool Pocket Orientation/Set-Screw AdjustmentPROXIMITY SWITCH REMOVAL/INSTALLATIONRemoval1.Power Off machi...

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    105Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006From ATC ToolClamp SensorFrom ATC MotorStop SensorFrom ATCOrigin SensorProximity Switch Connection Bracket.3. Power On machine. Press E-Stop.4. Screw the proximity sensor into the cam box an additional 1/8 turn after the LED light comes on. Loosenboth n...

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    106Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006 Setting Parameter 64 for Horizontal Machines Setting Parameter 64 for Vertical Machines4. Place a 0.0005” indicator with an extended arm base onto the machine table. Indicate the bottom of thetool with the indicator to the nearest 0...

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    107Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065. Select the Positions screen, enter “Grid TT” and press Enter. The message Grid Ofset Done should appearand the Grid Offset parameters for the homed axes will have been updated. If the message “No Zero”appears, this indicates that none of the ...

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    108Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TURRETSTURRET CRASH RECOVERY PROCEDURE1. Change Setting 7, "Parameter Lock", to off. Move to Parameter 43 on the Parameters display. This is thetool turret motor parameters. Change Invis Axis from “1” to “0” (zero).2.Move to the Alarm ...

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    109Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200618. Press the Emergency Stop button and turn the turret motor coupling back and forth to verify that thebacklash is centered.19. Replace the sliding tool changer cover.ClampscrewTurret Motor AdjustmentIMPORTANT!! After a crash the following procedures s...

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    110Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Remove the top turret cover. Confirm that the air cylinder is fully clamping (114 alarm) or fully unclamping(113 alarm).a. If yes, go to the next check.b. If no, try to push the air cylinder into position.1) If the air cylinder will not fully clamp o...

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    111Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TURRET REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT1920242523 21 22168898894171856713141510 11 12132PARTS LIST1 SHCS 5/16-18 x 12 Turret retaining cap3 SHCS 7/16-14 x 2-1/44 Turret male coupling5 Turret6 SHCS 7/16-14 x 2-1/47 Female turret coupling8 Thrust washer9 Thrust ne...

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    112Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066.Put a small amount of grease on the turret key to hold it in place.7.Place the turret on the shaft (align the turret key).NOTE:Check that the turret key did not fall off, that the washer is centered on the turret,and that the washer and needle bearing...

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    113Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Installation1.Install the turret, lining up the coolant tip in the pocket 1 position.2.Check and Adjust if necessary, using the Rear Coupling only, the centerline of pocket one (1) beforetightening the bolts. (It may be necessary to install a pocket on ...

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    114Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Turret Shaft ReplacementTools required: Installation tool for coupling mount1.Apply grease to the ball bearing areas of the cam. Install coupling mount (cams and bearing) using theinstallation tool, and line up key way with the bolt that is equidistant ...

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    115Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063/4" HHBPivot Arm3/8" SHCSSpring Tension Relief6.Place a wrench on the pivot arm and push the spring forward slowly to relieve the spring tension.WARNING!Be careful not to release tension too fast.NOTE:Recommend using a wrench with a cheater b...

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    116Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ADJUSTING TURRET BACKLASH1.Affix the magnetic base and indicator on a clean surface and check rigidity.2. Set the indicator pointer on the worm gear. Pointer should be in line with the lead angle on the centerthread of the worm gear.3. Rotate the worm g...

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    117Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006For the following procedures follow:Section I - For production units making turret in/out adjustments with trip switches.Section II - For production units making turret in/out adjustments using air cylinder mounted reed switches.Section IClamp/UnclampSw...

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    118Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CENTERING INNER TURRET COUPLING (WITHOUT BRASS PLUG)This procedure should only be performed if there is not enough adjustment to perform anouter coupling alignment.NOTE: If the turret has a 1/4" brass plug, proceed to the next section.1.Before star...

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    119Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Remove the black access plate. The plate may need to be pried off with a screwdriver.CAUTION: Have a bucket ready to catch oil draining from the housing.5.Loosen all turret housing mounting bolts except for the front left bolt nearest the turret.6. C...

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    120Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLE ALIGNMENT VERIFICATIONThis procedure should be performed after the turret face has been realigned.Tools Required: Spindle Alignment Test Bar (T-1312)1.Mount a 0.0001" indicator (short setup) to face of turret.Checking Runout2. Install Spind...

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    121Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Jog the X-axis to the spindle center line. This is the value stored in Parameter 254, found on the "PositionRaw Data" page (this page is entered through Debug mode).5. Position the indicator tip just inside pocket #1 so that it is almost pa...

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    122Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Place the 12" x 4" x 1" bar across the small diameter of the two tool holders (ground side down).Turret Bar Sweep5. Jog the X-axis to the center of its travel.6.Mount the indicator to the spindle retainer ring. Position the indicator t...

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    123Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Point ACBX-AxisofTravelZ-AxisofTravelHybrid Turret ShownThe previous illustrations shows a turret that is twisted about the coupler along direction “B” as described instep five. The turret flats should be parallel to the X-axis with in 0.0002”.6. ...

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    124Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200612. Place the indicator at point A on the flat for this tool position. Repeat steps #7 through #10. This will movethe turret on to the center of rotation of the coupler for the other half of the turret. See the previous figure.13. If the turret is moved...

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    125Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062.A difference in readings between the two positions proves the wedge is out of alignment. To correct thealignment, loosen all linear guide truck bolts for the wedge, leaving the outside corner bolt, closest to thespindle snug. This will create a pivot ...

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    126Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AXIS MOTORSAXIS MOTOR ENCODERSHaas machines are equipped with brushless motors, which provide for better performance, and no mainte-nance. In addition to performance differences, the following list highlights additional benefits:• The brushless motors...

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    127Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PRECAUTIONSMills are currently equipped with either a hydraulic counterbalance system or an electric brake motor. Caremust be taken, in either case, to avoid damaging the machine or severely injuring yourself. Heed all warningsand cautions and read all ...

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    128Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Power On the machine.7.Check for backlash in the ball screw ("Accuracy/Backlash" section) or noisy operation.8. Zero Return the axis and set the grid offset.9.Z-axis: Reset the value for Parameter 64.CAUTION! Work offsets will change.COUPLIN...

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    129Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BEARING SLEEVE REMOVAL/INSTALLATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace the bearingsleeve.Vertical Tool Required: Spanner wrench, Pre-load fixture, Wood block (16" long)Z-Axis machines with counterbalance:...

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    130Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CAUTION! Do not pry the bearing sleeve away from the housing. Damage to the sleeve,bearing, motor housing or ball screw will result.Bearing SleeveMotor HousingBearing Sleeve Mounting LocationInstallation1.Ensure all mating surfaces on the bearing sleeve...

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    131Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BALL SCREW REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONBALL SCREW TROUBLE SHOOTINGNOT OPERATINGAll problems that are caused by servo motor failures should also register an alarm. Check the alarm history todetermine the cause of the problem before any action is taken.Servo ...

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    132Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Check for damage to the bearing sleeve.NOTE:The current angular contact design sleeve has a fixed pre-load; it cannot beadjusted.• Run the axis back and forth. The motor will get very hot if the bearing sleeve is damaged. If so, turn the axisby ha...

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    133Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Set the rate of travel to .001 on the control panel and jog the machine .010 in the positive (+) X direction.Jog back to zero (0) on the display. The dial indicator should read zero (0) ± .0001.4. Repeat Step 3 in the negative (-) direction.Total de...

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    134Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NOTE:The axis motors must be on to check backlash by this method. Do not pressE-Stop.NOTE:Do not mistake deflection for backlash in the system.3.If backlash is found, refer to "Backlash - Possible Causes" in this section.BACKLASH - POSSIBLE CA...

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    135Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062.If the lube is thick and dark, but free of metal chips, the lube itself is old and must be changed out. Theentire system should be cleaned of the old lube.3.If the lube is wet and black, the lube system has been contaminated by metal particles. Inspec...

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    136Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Removal1. Turn the machine on. Zero return all axes and put the machine in Handle Jog mode.2.Remove the sheet metal necessary to access the ball screw and its components.3.Jog the vertical axis to the bottom of its travel, and the horizontal axis to the...

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    137Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006If the MDC-500 has to be turned On with the ball screw disconnected, the corresponding Parameter bit has tobe changed to disable that axis. In Parameter 1, change the bit from 0 to 1 to disable the X-axis only if needed.In Parameter 15, change the bit f...

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    138Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200611. The following sequence is important to ensure proper installation of the ball screw:• Tighten the locknut, hand tight, on the motor end.• Install and tighten locknut on bearing support. Ensure nut does not touch the bearing support.• Install t...

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    139Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VERTICAL AXIS BALL SCREW REPLACEMENTRemovalMachines are currently equipped with either a hydraulic counterbalance system or an electric brake motor.Care must be taken, in either case, to avoid damaging the machine or severely injuring yourself. Heed all...

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    140Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CAUTION! Do not pry the bearing sleeve away from the housing. Damage to the sleeve,bearing, or ball screw will result.• Hand-turn the ball screw to move the screw up until the bottom end clears the support bearing byapproximately six inches (6")....

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    141Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006InstallationBumperBumperBracket4X BHCSBearing Locknut4X SHCSSupportBearingHousing2X Dowel PinBearing LocknutY-AxisBallscrewCouplingHousingCoverCoupling5X SHCSBumperBall ScrewNut HousingBumperBearingLocknutCouplingMotor HousingCoverBumper6XBearingLocknut...

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    142Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HydraulicCounterbalanceY-Axis MotorY-Axis Ball ScrewBearing HousingMotor Mount4X SHCS4X LockwasherView Rotated(looking up)Y-Axis MotorHydraulicCounterbalanceBumperBearingLocknutCouplingBumperBearingLocknutY-AxisBallscrew2X SHCS2X SHCSBallscrewNutBearing...

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    143Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006• Torque the locknut to 15 ft-lb for Vertical machines (30 ft-lb for Horizontal machines). The 40/50mm and EC-400 and EC-1600 ball screw locknut should be torqued to 50 ft-lb.• Tighten the locknut screw and mark with yellow paint.• Remove the shaf...

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    144Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TemperatureSensorOil Line4. Remove the motor housing cover.5. Loosen the clamp collar that ties the X-axis motor coupler to the ball screw.6. Jog the X-axis to the home position. Remove the temperature sensor and oil line. Remove all but one of theSHCS ...

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    145Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006e. Remove the ball screw through the back side of the wedge casting.f. Take extreme care not to damage the ball screw while pulling it through the castings.Lower Lock NutLowerBearingPackKeyMotorCouplingTool ChangerGear BoxWedgeUpperBearingRetainingRing1...

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    146Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LATHE BALL SCREW REPLACEMENT - Z-AXISRemoval1. Turn the machine on. Zero return all axes and put the machine in Handle Jog mode.2.Remove rear and right side covers. Remove hard stops from bearing support and motor end of ball screw.3.Remove the cover f...

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    147Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006b. 40mm: Reinsert the ball screw with bumpers into the bearing sleeve in the motor housing. (Make surethe ball screw nut will be able to slide in to the wedge nut housing.) Support the ball screw on the bearingsupport end and re-attach the bearing suppo...

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    148Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOLROOM LATHE BALL SCREW REPLACEMENTRemovalLube FittingBallscrewBearingandLock NutHandleMotorCouplingCross SlideBearingNut Housing1.Remove the hand wheel.2.Remove all necessary sheet metal to gain access to the ball screw, servo motor, and coupler. Rem...

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    149Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Installation1. Install the ball screw in the nut housing. Note the orientation of the lubrication fitting for the X-axis and themachined flat on the ball screw. The fitting should be at the 7 o’clock position with the flat face down.2. Snug bolts secu...

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    150Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006GR-SERIES X-AXIS BALL SCREW ALIGNMENTBe sure that machine is level before starting this procedure.1.Verify levelness of machine and remove the back sheet metal cover from the top of the base.2.Move all axes to their machine zero locations.3.Remove any b...

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    151Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TAILSTOCK ALIGNMENTTailstock alignment procedures should only be done after the X- and Z-axes have been checked for properalignment.There are two different tailstocks: a one-piece original design, and the newer two-piece design. If the tailstockneeds to...

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    152Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Raise the tailstock and bring up to center by equally turning the jack bolts (do not turn one jack bolt morethan 1/4 turn without turning the other). Adjust to within .0003" and lightly snug bolts during procedure.NOTE:Check tailstock parallelis...

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    153Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Mounting Nut (4)AdjustmentBoltsTool Mounting Bolt (2)Head Alignment ToolHead Alignment Tool8.Rotate the spindle and measure run-out at the base and the end of the tailstock. Tap into place using amallet. Tolerance is less than .001" TIR.9.Torque th...

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    154Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068. Using the set screws in the tailstock base, move the entire tailstock assembly until the total side to siderunout does not exceed 0.0005". Maintain the parallelism with the Z-axis by ensuring that the travelindicators move an equal amount.9. Tor...

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    155Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Adjustment NutHydraulic PressFixtureTailstock Insert Press4. Mount the fixture to the tailstock casting as shown.5.Pump the hydraulic press a few times so that the fixture stabilizes itself against the tailstock.WARNING!Keep hydraulic lines away from th...

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    156Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HYDRAULIC TAILSTOCK CYLINDERWARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!WARNING!Before performing any service the machine should be powered off.Removal1.Remove front and rear waycovers. Move the tailstock to the middle of travel and disconnect the hydrauliclines fr...

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    157Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Attach the hydraulic lines to both the front and rear of the cylinder. Check for leaks.6.Reinstall waycovers. Check the fluid level at the hydraulic tank to determine how much fluid needs to beadded.

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    158Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300/MDC PALLET CHANGERCOMPONENTSEC-300 Rotary Table (HRT210C3) - The rotary table is a Haas 210 equipped with a special platter compatiblewith the pallet operation. The table is mounted on the pallet changer casting, and a drive shaft bearing assem-b...

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    159Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062.When table is in position, the solenoid valve actuates to pressurize the clamp side of the piston. A combi-nation of air pressure and spring force combine to clamp the table (approximately 10,000 pounds of clampforce depending on air pressure).• The...

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    160Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Port PluggedP1SolSafety ValvePressureExNo PowerNo PowerC. Condition when the table is unclamped and then power is lost.• Main valve shuttles to clamp the table but the safety valve also loses power and blocks theexhaust port on the clamp side of the p...

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    161Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Failure - Clamp valve solenoid loses power or burns up while machine is running and table is clamped.Result - Table remains clamped upon attempting to unclamp the clamp plate will not rise and theclamp status switch will show the table as “clamped...

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    162Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Sheet MetalGuidesDoor CapRotatingDoorClam Shell5.Remove rotating doors and the white plastic cable fairlead (the doors come off in 2 halves). Keep cablesout of the way. The harmonic drive assembly can be removed at this point by removing the six 3/8-24S...

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    163Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Dowel PinPalletToe ClampRotary Table7.Remove the 3 toe clamps from the sides of the HRT-210 rotary tables and remove rotary tables with a lift.8.Remove two ½" dowel pins (2 per pallet) that are seated in non-threaded holes in the pallet for proper...

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    164Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Lifting Apparatus2.Disconnect the rotary table power cables (EC-300), remove the air lines located on the lower left of thepallet changer base, and remove the 7 bolts that attach the piston to the shaft.NOTE:Mark the air lines for proper re-assembly.3.D...

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    165Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.In single block mode, cycle the program to observe the direction of table movement.4. Adjust spring location by gently tapping springs in the opposite direction of the table movement. Run theprogram to verify adjustment.5.Repeat the previous step unti...

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    166Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20067.Rotate the pallet changer, and indicate the other rotary table as described above.Pallet Changer Grid Offset1.Make sure that Bit #28 in Parameter 209 has a value of 1. The pallet will stay up.2.Verify that the pallet changer type in Parameter 605 is 3...

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    167Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 PALLET CHANGERWhen the automatic pallet changer (APC) is at rest, the pallet is clamped, the pallet at the load station is athome position, and the APC door is closed. The H-frame down solenoid is on, the safety solenoid is on, andthe H-frame is ...

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    168Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200622. The servomotor rotates the H-frame and pallets 180°, by driving through the gearbox, torque tube, and hub,while the APC shaft, cycloid hub, and part of the gearbox remain stationary. The servomotor rotates withthe assembly.23. The H-frame down swit...

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    169Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 Pallet Changer Exploded ViewServo MotorMotor Seal(not shown)Cycloid MountUmbrella Mount PlateO Ring2-258Gearbox(99-0110 GreaseInside)TorqueTubeCycloid HubAPCHOME SensorWave SpringBallBearingsO Ring 2-338H Frame PinsHard StopsH FrameBearingSpacerB...

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    170Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Tapered RollerBearingBearing LocknutShaft CoverAir VentTaperedRoller BearingO Ring 2-358HubO Ring Inside 2-377Seal HousingCam3X Ball BearingsCageCamShaft ClampBridgeCylinder LeverShaft Mount(Wired in series withLoad Station door switch)OperatorStation L...

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    171Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PALLET POOL MOTOR REPLACEMENTPallet Pool Motor Replacement is accomplished from beneath the Rotator/Slider of the EC-400 Pallet Pool.Remove SHCS2X Install Bolt Toolwith Thrust Bearingand Washer2X Access HolesSheet MetalBracesAccess HolesBolt ToolBolt To...

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    172Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Insert a threaded bolt tool (contact Haas for tool) in the hole between the two access holes (one on eachside of the rotator/slider to keep the motor from falling later in the procedure.5. Using a special tool (contact Haas for tool), insert it into ...

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    173Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066. Remove the two hardstops from the H-frame. Remove the eight SHCS that hold the H-frame to the hub.Carefully lift off the H-frame from the dowel pins.7.Lift the hub off of the APC shaft.8.If the bearings need to be replaced, remove them from below the...

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    174Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AIR CYLINDER1.At the APC recovery page, confirm that the H-frame is commanded down.2.Disconnect the machine’s air.3.Remove the APC cylinder cover.4. Remove the H-frame up reed switch. Disconnecting it is not necessary.5.Disconnect the two air hoses.6....

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    175Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Jog the Z-axis until the pins on the H-frame are aligned with the holes in the pallet. Enter the value of Z-axisActual into Parameter 64.4. Enter Pallet Changer Restore (press Tool Changer Restore and select the Pallet Changer Restore option).5. Home...

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    176Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 ROTARY REPLACEMENTWarningThe indexer will crash if the following procedures are not followed.Read all material before proceeding.When the Indexer is replaced in the EC-400, it must have the lift switch adjusted and Parameter 212set to zero before...

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    177Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066. Slowly discharge the air pressure to the A-axis and lower the platter into position.7.Rotate the worm shaft pulley to the extent of its travel and record the value. The value at the middle of thisrange is the value for Parameter 212. Enter that value...

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    178Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Roll1. Position the precision level on center of the table parallel to X-Axis. Jog the Z-axis, full travel in eachdirection, and note any deviation in the level.Pitch1. Position the precision level on center of the table parallel to Z-Axis. Jog the Z-ax...

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    179Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068.Working through the operator door, use lifting equipment to remove the receiver. The receiver clamp platehas 1/2-13 tapped holes in it so that lifting eyes can be installed, or use straps to grip the top of thereceiver. Remove the receiver assembly th...

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    180Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NOTE:Check both pallets before making any adjustments. The pallets should bewithin .0005" of each other.3.With magnetic base still on the spindle nose, place the indicator on the face of the pallet at the center and1" from the front edge, towa...

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    181Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER (APC) (VERTICAL MACHINES)APC PALLET TROUBLESHOOTINGThere are two different designs of pallets for use with the APC. This difference in design is for locating the palletonto the receiver. The earlier method uses two friction bloc...

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    182Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006The receiver is on the APC and engaging the pallet home switch under the control panel. Note that the align-ment pin and receiver bushing alignment must be verified when manually positioning a pallet on the receiver.Alignment PinReceiverPalletPallet Cla...

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    183Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PALLET REPLACEMENTDisconect the APC motor wire on the left side of the Quad APC mills. The pallets will be difficult to manuallymove if this is not done. The motor cable is located under the APC base.Tools Required: Hoist, Straps or Chains, Eyebolts (2)...

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    184Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.Verify the condition of the wipers and determine if they need replacing.4. Re-install the new rails leaving the bolts loose.5.Carefully place the pallet back onto the APC, using the hoist.6.Position the pallet back onto the receiver, and clamp/unclamp...

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    185Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006DRIVE PIN REPLACEMENTNOTE:If the drive pin assembly is damaged due to a crash or from excessive wear,all components should be checked for damage and replaced.NOTE:The chain must be loosened in order to remove the entire drive pin assembly.1.Power off th...

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    186Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006GRID OFFSET CALCULATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to set the grid offset.GuidelinesThe encoder Z channel signal must occur between 1/8 and 7/8 revolution from where the home switch isreleased. If Distance to Go is less th...

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    187Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HYDRAULIC COUNTERBALANCETROUBLESHOOTINGThe spindle head weight is balanced by the upward pull of a hydraulic cylinder on machines without a Z-axisbrake motor. The hydraulic oil forces the piston to retract into the cylinder body. The oil is then pressur...

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    188Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063.No alarm, pressure reading low (at or below switch setting).Cause: Cylinder or Fitting leaks, shorted cable, switch setting too low and/or inaccurate system gauge.Corrective Action: As described for leaks in 1. above.a. Test for short in cable. Repair...

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    189Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LEAK FAILURESLeaks can occur at any fitting connection, at the hydraulic cylinder’s rod seal (where the rod enters the cylin-der), at the cylinder’s piston seal, or through hose failures. Inspections for leaks are visual, although rod sealleaks may ...

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    190Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CONNECTOR REFERENCEBIJURMAX OILLEVELMINOILLEVELShrader FillerValveGaschuckCGA 580FittingCharge/DischargeKitP/N 35-4050AHydraulic Counterbalance Charge/Discharge Kit (Shown in Place to Discharge System)3. Remove cap to Schrader filler valve.4. Ensure T-h...

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    191Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NOTE:Do not use compressed air, oxygen, or flammable gas. Refer to the table belowand verify pressure according to machine and spindle head position, and verifycylinder is seated in counterbore.4/3-FV11-6-FV01/7/6-FVeldnipST05/w11/9/8-FVeldnipST05/w5-FV...

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    192Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HydraulicCylinderBracketExtendedCyl. RodTankMountHydraulic CylinderHydraulic HoseHydraulicFluidTankHydraulicCylindersSpindleHeadBracketsHydraulicFluidTanksHydraulic Cyl.BracketsVF-Series Hydraulic Counterbalance - Right Side View VF-Series Hydraulic Cou...

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    193Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Rear of MachineFront of Machine01122334CylinderDialIndicatorSpindle HeadBracket (2)ExtendedRod (2)JamNut (2)Clevis (2)Cotter Pin (2)ClampView Rotated for ClarityCylinderStabilizingBracketCylinder StabilizingBracket Bolts (2 SHCS)HydraulicCylindersHydrau...

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    194Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT (HPU) (LATHE)TROUBLESHOOTINGHydraulic Pressure - “Low hydraulic pressure” Alarm (134)• Check for any leaks.• Check that the oil level is above the fill line.• Check that the temperature is less than 150°.• Voltage phasi...

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    195Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-SERIES HYDRAULIC SCHEMATICSCASEFILLPORT2 HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH6 GPM550 PSITANKABChuck and Tailstock 6GPM10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA10.07040 PSIDECR(PS)M1R...

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    196Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA10.07040 PSIDECR(PS)M1R1M2R20.047B2TAILSTOCKA2B0-600PSI0-600PSI0-600PSI0-600PSIATANKCASEFILLPORT1.5 HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH3 GPM550 ...

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    197Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064TH AXIS REPAIR (HORIZ.)RING GEAR INSTALLATION1.Lubricate and stone the mating surfaces of the platter and ring gear. Wipe clean to remove grease andcontaminents.2.Clean the mating surfaces of the platter and ring gear with alcohol.CAUTION! The ring gea...

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    198Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BLEEDING THE HYDRAULIC BRAKEIt will take about 1 hour to properly bleed the hydraulic brake assembly.1.Power off the machine and remove the indexing platter from the table using a proper lift and lifting plates.The brake assembly and fly-wheel will be e...

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    199Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064TH AXIS AIR VALVE ASSEMBLYThis section applies to machines with serial number 51004 and later.The Air Valve Assembly has three main components: 3-Way Air Valve, High-Pressure Fixed Regulator, andLow-Pressure Regulator.The air valve assembly actuates th...

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    200Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064TH AXIS BRAKE CYLINDER PRESSURE BOOSTERThe pressure booster gives the ability to develop and use high hydraulic pressure without incurring the cost ofan on-board HPU. The pressure booster has a high-pressure side, a low-pressure side, and a fluid fill-...

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    201Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NippleT-FittingHose BarbAdapterMuffler AssemblyBraided HoseHydraulic HoseStreet Elbow (2)5.Thread the nipple into the right side of the T-fitting. Thread the street elbow into the left side of the T-fitting.Tighten all parts.6. Thread the 90° elbow ont...

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    202Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Lift the pressure booster assembly into the cavity machined underneath the right front of the table. See thefigure on the following page for the approximate location. Route the hydraulic hose and high- and low-pressure tubing through the mouse hole. ...

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    203Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610. Turn the bearing until the lowest spot is encountered. Zero the indicator. Turn the bearing until the high spotis encountered (this should be 180° opposite the low spot).11. Insert a long T-handle hex wrench into the bolt hole in the outer bearing ...

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    204Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Hoist the platter over the table using a chain fall. Do not use synthetic lifting straps to move or position theplatter.6. Carefully lower the platter over the pilot rods and onto the bearing. Thread the rods (from step 4) into thebearing retaining ri...

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    205Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064. Verify that the encoder shaft can be inserted into the encoder shaft plate to the full depth of the bore in theencoder shaft plate without binding.5.Verify that the encoder shaft plate can be inserted into the platter bore without binding. The contac...

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    206Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200601020304050607080901.03 0.03+Encoder ShaftCoupler (52-4471)Encoder MountingPlate (20-6114B)Encoder(32-1459)6.Install the rotary table platter and indicate its bore concentric with the cross-roller bearing, concentricityNTE 0.0005".NOTE:Be careful n...

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    207Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. To fine adjust the front edge of the pallet, it may be necessary to loosen the sixteen (16) SCHS that fastenthe rotary body to the trucks and the ten (10) SHCS for the Z-axis ball screw mount.2. Tap the rotary body into position within .0005/10.00&qu...

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    208Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20066. Take readings from the indicator every 10° for 360°. Reposition the indicator each time. Backlash should bebetween .0005" and .0007". If it is not within this range, perform the following adjustment procedure.Backlash Adjustment1.Command ...

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    209Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 A-AXIS BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT (FULL 4TH)1° indexer instructions are different, see the instructions at the end of this section.1.Remove all parts and fixtures from the platter.2.Check and record backlash near the outer edge of the platter face, usi...

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    210Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BACKLASH TUBE AND PLATE ASSEMBLY1.Place the tube backlash adjuster onto the cam backlash adjuster plate. Turn the tube so that the holes lineup with the holes in the plate. This is an interference-fit item. Insert the 12 SCHS into the tube and threadint...

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    211Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CAUTION! Do not use a hammer or other forceful method of inserting the key. You willdamage the fragile bearings and components of the wave generator.7. Place the shoulder washer over the motor shaft. Apply Loctite, insert the MSHCS and tighten.SHCSMSHCS...

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    212Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006NOTE:To test for a dedoidal (out of phase) condition, turn the harmonic drive/motorassembly over and set it on the motor casing, harmonic drive up. Insert a 5mmhex wrench through the center hole in the harmonic drive into the MSCHSinstalled in “Motor/...

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    213Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CABLE BOX ENCODER INSTALLATION1.Place the cable box encoder into the left rear corner of the accessory box of the table. Orient the cable boxwith the open sides against the casting of the table for the encoder cable.2. Install the three SHCS and insert ...

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    214Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LUBRICATION SYSTEMThe lubrication system is a resistance type system which forces oil through metering units at each of thelubricating points within the machine. The system uses one metering unit at each of the lubricating points: onefor each linear gui...

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    215Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Air Supply LinesThe lifting cylinder has one large air supply line for lifting the pallets and their loads. No return line is requiredbecause the cylinder is vented to the atmosphere and the weight of the assembly and load causes the cylinderto lower. T...

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    216Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006123456891077Lube Air Panel (Rear View)The following is a list of the Lube Air Panel assembly components on the rear of the panel.1.Air Pressure Switch - Monitors the air supply pressure, and sends a signal to the control panel to “alarmout”, or stop...

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    217Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AIR REGULATOR SERVICINGCAUTION! Disconnect or shut off air supply and exhaust the primary and secondarypressure before servicing unit. Turning the adjustment knob counterclock-wise does not vent downstream pressure. Downstream pressure must bevented bef...

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    218Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PARTS CATCHER (LATHE)RemovalCAUTION! Power off the machine before performing the following procedure.1.Disconnect the main air line. Remove necessary panels to access the parts catcher unit2.Loosen 1 1/2" shaft collar that locates the parts catcher...

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    219Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LATHE TOOL PROBEPROBE SETTING1.Power off the machine and remove the forward end panel on the left side of the machine.2.Loosen all fasteners and the set screw on the mounting block.3.Lower tool setter arm to horizontal position. Install a turning tool i...

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    220Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20067. Manually jog to probe tip and “probe” the 1"dia reference tool in the -X direction (move down) using 0.0001feed rate. Record the X distance to go. (e.g.; 4.9993). Subtract 1" from the number (e.g.; 4.9993 - 1.0000 =3.9993). Enter this n...

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    221Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Oil AdjustmentFor a base line adjustment, turn the screw in completely, then back out 1/2 turn. Check lubrication frequencyand adjust for approximately one drop every ten engagements.SETTING GRID OFFSETNOTE:Grid offset must be checked and reset if the d...

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    222Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610. Disconnect the regulator from actuator block and reconnect normal air supply, enable Parameter 278 bit 27C-axis drive.11. Press MDI/DNC and enter the following program:M154;M155;M99;12. Press Reset then Cycle Start. The machine should orient the spi...

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    223Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006AUTO DOOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT (LATHE & VERT.)The following section describes the removal and replacement of the Auto-Door motor, clutch, and chain, andhow to adjust the action of the door.MOTOR REPLACEMENTMotor Removal1. Shut off power to the ma...

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    224Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20065.Loosen the set screw on the front end of the clutch assembly and dismantle the clutch with the sprocketfrom the shaft adapter. Be careful not to lose the woodruff key on the shaft.6. Remove the three SHCS that fasten the sprocket and cog hub to the cl...

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    225Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006CHAIN REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENTChain Removal1. Shut off power to the machine.2.a. Lathe: Loosen the front two FBHCS on the door drive mount. This will loosen the tension on the chain.b. Vert: Remove the two FBHCS that fasten the chain retainer to the r...

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    226Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063. Set Parameter 251 to a value of 3000. This number means that the door travel time will be 3 seconds. Thetime needed to fully open or close the door depends on the size of the machine.4. Test the door by running a short program:G04 P3.;M30;5. When clo...

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    227Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Door Adjustments10. Close both doors and check that the vertical gap between them is uniform. If it is not:• Determine which door must be adjusted.• Loosen the door's outer lower roller attachment and pivot the door on the inner lower roller wheel....

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    228Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SHADE CANISTER ADJUSTMENTThis procedure applies to the Mill Drill and EC-300.The front of the column on either side of the spindle, is covered by heavy shades kept taut by spring loadedcanisters. If the shades should need adjusting, apply the following ...

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    229Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HORIZONTAL MILL ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS AND PARTS LISTSEC-300 FRONT PANELSView Rotated for Clarity2122232425262728293031323334353637383961234579810111213141516201718191.25-5682Tool Trays Panel2.25-5683Intermediate J-Box Top Cover3.25-5681Intermediate Top Cove...

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    230Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 OPERATOR DOOR PANELSView Rotated 180 (Looking Up)812345678910111213141516171819202122232425261.25-5888Center Channel Cover Plate2.25-5891Cable Channel Cross Top3.25-5799Top Operator Side Cables Tray4. 25-5892Cable Channel Cover Plate5.25-5792Righ...

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    231Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 REAR PANELSView Rotated 90 CCW812345679101213148111.25-5720Rear Header2.25-5666Rear Control Box Panel3.25-5722Control Support Mounting Bracket4. 25-5924Control Intermediate Pan5.25-5665Front Control Pan6.25-5667Front Control Box Panel7.25-5721Top...

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    232Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 TOOL CHANGER PANELSView Rotated 90 CW812345678910111213141516171819202122231.25-5881Tool Changer Top Cover2.25-5706T.C. Front Panel3.25-5779T.C. Side Panel4. 25-6682Removal Tool 40T Holder5. 25-9248Plate Window Handle6.25-5885T.C. Access Panel7.3...

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    233Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 COLUMN AND FRAME PANELS1234567891011121314151617181920212223241.59-0706Shade Roller- 70.5" x 21" (2x)2.25-5833Shade Roller Left Frame3.25-5837Top Column Clamp Wiper26-0173Top Column Wiper Felt4. 25-5834Shade Roller Top Frame5.25-5832Sha...

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    234Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 BASE ASSEMBLY1.50-9011Linear Guide (truck)2.50-0017Linear Guide (35mm truck)3.20-2587Saddle Casting4. 58-36003/8" Nipple5.20-7008Nut Housing6.25-7267Prox. Switch Bracket7.25-5780Y-Axis Trip Bracket8.25-5919Cable Carrier Bracket9.20-2593Prox....

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    235Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 COLUMN ASSEMBLY123456789101112131415174161071.25-2767Mounting Bracket2.32-2130Prox. Switch3.62-0017Servo Motor4. 25-7042Cover Plate5.20-2686Ballscrew Bumper6.20-2588Column Casting7.20-6361Y-Axis Bumper8.25-5732Column Cover9.20-7009Bearing Housing...

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    236Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY123456789101112131416171820212219152316141. 20-7016Spindle Housing2.50-0017Linear Guide (35mm Truck)3.20-1693TRP Incline Cylinder4. 73-3055Terminal Buss5. 25-5242Shroud Bracket6. 30-6465TSC Fitting Assembly7.25-5213Motor Shro...

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    237Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 PALLET CHANGER1.25-5880A Rotating Door Cap2.25-5878A Rotating Door3.59-0580Name Plate P24. 25-5874Clamshell Cover Access5.25-5875Clamshell Cover Access6.25-5873Clamshell Pallet Cover7.20-2782Pallet8.HRT2109.20-2688Pallet Changer Table10. 20-2218T...

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    238Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 PALLET CHANGER1234567891011121314151617181920A21222324252627282930313233343536373839404142 43444546471748849505152Note: The “ ” locations illustratelifting points.A1. 25-6845Motor Cover2. 62-0014Servo Motor3. 20-2724Motor Flange4. 20-2812Stab...

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    239Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-300 40-40 TOOL CHANGER13245678109111213141516171819202122232425182627282930313233343536371. 25-4153Rear Cover2.20-0731Carousel3. 25-4152Front Cover4. 32-2295Prox. Carousel Mark5.32-1875Carousel Motor6.20-0809Carousel Shaft7.20-2759Mounting Plate8. 62...

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    240Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Load PositionATC Assembly171825192423212022145623151613781012119141. 40-0226SHCS ¾”x3"2.59-0737Plug Hole3.20-2911AHub Index Plate4. 20-2911A Hub Index Plate5.20-2868AShaft Assembly6. 40-1663SHCS ½”-13x1¾”7.25-6029Panel Tools (31-45)8.25-60...

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    241Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006123456789310118912131415641EC-400 BASE CASTING1.62-0016 Motor2. 32-2130 Limit Switch3. 30-1215 Ball Screw Coupling4. 20-9212 Bearing Housing5. 20-2042 Casting6. 24-0026 Ballscrew7. 20-2084 Hard Stop X-Axis8.20-0152 Bearing Housing9. 50-3400 Lin...

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    242Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 OPERATOR'S DOOR1. 25-4954Header Side, Right2.20-2036Door Track Upper Operator3.25-5228Z-Frame TC/Operator's Door Window (x2)4. 28-0151Window TC Panels/Operator's Door5. 25-4966Operator Door6.20-2038Door Track Lower7.25-5198Panel Operator Lower8. ...

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    243Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 IN-LINE SPINDLE ASSEMBLY1.20-1686AKey Drawbar Inline2.20-1693B TRP Cylinder In-Line3.20-1688Transfer-Tube In-line4. 25-4761Shim TRP In-Line5. 20-1694A Standoff Motor In-Line6. 20-1690Striker Plate Inline7. 20-7422D Oil Injector Cover8. 20-7016C S...

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    244Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY

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    245Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.58-1680Fitting Bkhd NPT 1/2x1.125 Dia.2.20-7381A Plate, Prog Coolant3.32-0199Condit Assembly P-Cool4. 20-7384A Nozzle Body5. 14-1905P-Cool Cover6.25-5327P-Cool Mounting Bracket7. 58-36941/4 Valves Loc-Line8.58-1722Fitting NPT 3/8F x NPT 3/8M 90 Degree...

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    246Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 TOP COVER1. 25-4952Top Cover Front2. 25-4963Brace Top Intermediate3.32-0196Worklight Assembly4. 25-4964Top Cover Right5. 25-4980Wire Channel Top Cover6. 25-4965Top Cover Left7. 25-4983Splash Shield Rotating8.25-5253Cover Brace Top9. 25-4953J-Box ...

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    247Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 TOOL CHANGER PANELS

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    248Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 25-4979Panel Left Intermediate2. 25-4962Panel TC3. 25-4975Access Cover TC Front4. 25-5195Access Cover TC Rear5. 25-4961Pan TC6.58-0671Coolant Drain Tube7. 25-4972Apron Left Rear8.58-1679Fitting Bulkhead 3/8 x 19.58-1693(x2) Fitting Elbo 1/2 x 3/8 M S...

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    249Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 60 AND 70-TOOL TOOL CHANGER PANELSSMTC 60 Pocket OnlySMTC 60 Pocket Only18192021222324251918TC Door AssemblyTC Door Assembly(View Rotated 180 )8(View Rotated 180 )838394041261234567891011121314151617272829303132333435363713424344454647484849

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    250Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 25-4979Left intermediate panel2. 25-4962B Tool changer panel3.28-0168TC access window4. 25-9248Plate window handle5.25-6718ASMTC switch box25-6719SMTC side panel6.25-5991ASMTC side panel7. 25-4961A TC pan8. 25-4972Left rear apron9.55-0671Coolant drai...

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    251Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.25-5007Bracket Frame Y-Axis Stop2.25-5001Guide Right Y-Axis3.59-0605Bellows Y-axis Upper4. 25-5008Bracket Frame Y-Axis5.59-0606Bellow Y-Axis Lower6.20-2319Plate Filler Y-Axis Frame7.25-5000Guide Left Y-AxisEC-400 Y-AXIS FRAME ASSEMBLY

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    252Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 FRONT TROUGH ASSEMBLY (AUGER SYSTEM)1. 57-0334A Gasket Coolant Trough2. 25-0548Chute Discharge3.25-5300End Chute Cover4. 25-5301Coolant Trough Extension Cover5.25-5025Extension Box Front Trough6. 57-9846C Gasket Discharge7.25-5297ACoolant Channel...

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    253Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 FRONT TROUGH ASSEMBLY (CHIP CONVEYOR SYSTEM)1. 30-6477B Chip Conveyor2.25-5309Extension Cover Chip Conveyor3.25-5025ACoolant Trough Extension4. 57-0334A Gasket Coolant Trough5. 25-4944(x2) Brace Auger Trough6.25-5292Motor Access Cover57-0333Gaske...

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    254Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.58-3680(x2) Fitting LBO 3/8 x NPT 1/4 M STR2.58-3618Fitting NPT 1/4F x NPT 1/4M 90 Brass3.58-1677Fitting BKHD NPT 1/4 x .750 Dia4. 25-5009Brkt Base Cover5.25-5006Shield Bottom X-Axis6.25-5003Base Cover7. 25-5004Cover Trough Right8. 20-6413A Manifold W...

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    255Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 FRONT ASSEMBLY

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    256Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 25-4948Panel Side Top Right2. 25-4999A Header Enclosure3. 25-4951A Stiffener Bracket4. 25-4413Rack Tool Tray5. 25-4948Panel Side Top Right6. 25-4946A Panel Front Right7.25-1258Cover Switch Box8.25-1257APanel Front Switch Box9.59-0278Knob and Screw10....

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    257Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061233456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282729EC-400 COLUMN ASSEMBLY1. 20-2043Column Machined2. 25-4996BRKT Carrier Column3. 58-3045Lube Fitg Adaptor4. 58-3045Lube Fitg Adaptor5. 58-0634Copper Tubing Column6. 22-7458Cam Linear Guide7.58-3031Lube F...

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    258Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.25-5238BShade Rotating Door Top2. 25-4149Z-Frame Window SMTC3. 28-0043A Window Partition4. 25-1262A (2X) Z-Frame Partition Top5. 25-5233A (2X) Z Channel Rotating Door6.20-2283A(2X) Support Bar Rotating Door7.25-5237(4X) Shade Rotating Door Seal8. 20-2...

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    259Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200612345678910111213141516171819202122 23242526272829303132333435363738394041104243444547464849EC-400 RECEIVER ASSEMBLY

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    260Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-400 RECEIVER ASSEMBLY1.20-1123APallet plugParker O-ring 2-1352. 20-2048A Pallet machined3. 40-1639SHCS 3/8-16x1 (8)4. 20-1995Receiver clamp plate5.30-6551Air blast assembly6. 48-1667Dowel pin 1/2x3 ½ (2)7. 20-2041Receiver body machined57-0328O-ring ...

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    261Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 BASE ASSEMBLY1.20-2509Casting2.30-6953Lube Line Assy3. 30-0472Bearing Assy4. 32-2133Limit Switch5.30-1222Bearing Assy6.30-3988Coupling7.20-0151Motor Mount Assy8.62-0008Motor9.50-9010Linear Guides10. 24-9960A Ballscrew Assy11. 20-0150Nut Housing1...

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    262Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 COLUMN ASSEMBLY1.20-2506Casting2.62-0017Motor3.30-1517Coupling4. 30-0764Bearing5.32-2131Limit Switch6. 24-0003A Ballscrew7. 30-0472Bearing Assy8.20-0156Bumper9. 30-6954Lube Line Assy10. 20-267Bumper11. 50-9010Linear Guides12. 25-7267Switch Brkt

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    263Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 SADDLE ASSEMBLY1.20-2536Casting2.20-0151Motor Mount Assy3.32-2133Limit Switch4. 25-7267Switch Brkt5. 30-7410Lube Line Assy6.20-0150Nut Housing7.20-0152Bearing Housing8.20-9822Guide Bar9. 24-9961C Ballscrew10. 50-9806Linear Guides11. 30-1222Beari...

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    264Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200612345678219101111121314151617182021222324192925262827303125323334353637384039414243444546484950471.25-5615Panel Encl Top2.25-5621Post Encl Top Cross3.25-5622Track Encl Door Roll4. 25-5623Post Encl LT Top5.25-5625Cover Encl Top LT6.25-5627Cover Encl Top ...

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    265Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 SPINDLE ASSEMBLY34567891011121314151617181920212223242526272829303132121.20-0011A50T Shaft Spindle2. 20-0001A Spindle Lock3.30-7395EC-1600 P Cool4. 30-7394Plumbing Assembly5. 20-000450T spindle Housing6. 30-6954Lube Line Assembly-Y Axis7. 32-145...

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    266Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 TOOL RELEASE PISTON1234567893410768111213151618112696242321202519271728TSCStandard 50TSub Plate14229291.20-0018Air Cyl. Shaft2.57-0027O Ring 2-121 (4X)3.57-0082O Ring 2-448 (2X)4. 20-0019Air Cyl. Piston (2X)5.20-0020Lower Air Cyl. Spacer6.57-009...

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    267Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 TABLE ASSEMBLY(5° Indexer)12345 678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334351. 25-5541Left Shroud2. 25-5542Top Shroud3. 25-5544Pump Cover Access4. 57-0373Pump Cover Gasket5.32-6929Hydraulic Solenoid6. 25-5546Hydraulic Valve Bracket7...

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    268Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006EC-1600 TABLE ASSEMBLY (FULL-FOUTH INDEXER)123456781213141722234243910111516181920213334253526362737283829394031413224301. 25-5541Left Shroud2. 25-5542Top Shroud3. 25-5544Pump Cover Access4. 57-0373Pump Cover Gasket5.30-7398AHydraulic Solenoid Assembly6...

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    269Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HS3-7R HARMONIC DRIVE ASSEMBLY1. 20-6047Tube Backlash Adjuster (HS3R)2. 20-6048Cam Backlash Adjuster (HS3R)3.20-6005Push Block (HS3R)4. 20-6102Pinion Gear (HS3R)5.20-6109Sigma Adapter (HS3R)6.59-2930Harmonic Drive7. 20-6112Shoulder Washer (HS3R)822-2627...

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    270Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HS3-7R TABLE ASSEMBLY1.20-6101Machined Platter2.20-6103Ring Gear3. 30-7754Brake Assy4. 51-2038Bearing Crossroller5.20-6113Bearing Retainer Ring6.20-6100Table Machined (HS3R)20-1511Table Machined (HS6R-7R)123456

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    271Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HS3-7R ENCODER ASSEMBLY20-6115Encoder Shaft20-6114Encoder Mounting Plate20-6006Encoder Cover Plate20-6116Encoder Shaft Plate20-6027Encoder Coupler Tube52-4471Encoder Shaft Coupling20-6025Encoder Mounting Cup32-1459EncoderSet Screws

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    272Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006HS-3 SHEET METAL AND PARTS LIST021232425262728303132333436353529221236915161718191924511101213873634141.25-0528Back panel sheet metal2.25-0163Y-Axis bellows top edge cover3.59-0268Y-Axis upper bellows4. 25-6017Y-Axis splash cover5.25-6051Door enclosure6...

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    273Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VERTICAL MILL ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS AND PARTS LISTSMINI-MILL BASE234567891011.20-3005C Base2.20-3000Casting3.50-0011Y-axis runner block4. 30-1752Lube line assy5. 62-0014Y-axis motor6.32-2131Limit switch7.50-3007Linear Guide8.20-7008FNut housing9. 24-3006Bal...

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    274Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006MINI-MILL COLUMN123456789101.20-3001Column casting2. 30-3048Oil line assembly3.62-0009Z-axis motor4. 30-3049Oil line assembly5.32-2130Limit Switch6.50-0010Runner block7.20-7008FNut housing8.20-3019Bumper Z-axis9.25-7273Ballscrew assembly10. 50-3007Linea...

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    275Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006MINI-MILL SADDLE12345678910111314151617121.50-3007Linear guide2.30-1220Coupling assembly3.50-0010Runner block4. 20-0505Floating bumper5.30-1751Lube line assembly6.25-0659Carrier tray7. 24-3006A Ballscrew8.20-7008FNut Housing9.20-3017Bumper, X-axis10. 30...

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    276Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-1 BASE42311.50-3300Linear guide2.30-0171Oil line assembly3.32-2030Switch assembly4. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)

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    277Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-1 COLUMNOUT OF POSITIONWITHOUT 20-70051VIEW B3421.30-0170Oil line assembly2.62-0009Motor (except XRT)3. 32-2040Switch assembly4. 50-3300Linear guide

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    278Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-1 SADDLE42131.30-0173Oil line assembly2.32-2050Switch3.50-3300Linear guide4. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)

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    279Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061342VF-3 BASE1.30-0221Oil line assembly2.32-2031Switch assembly3.50-9011Linear guide4. 62-0014Motor assembly (except XRT)

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    280Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062134VF-3 COLUMN1.30-0687Oil line assembly2. 32-2041Switch assembly3.50-9011Linear guide4. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)

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    281Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063214VF-3 SADDLE1.30-0223Oil line assembly2.32-2050Switch assembly3.50-9010Linear guide4. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)

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    282Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-6 BASE34121.32-5056Limit switch assembly2.30-0221Oil line assembly3.50-9010Linear guide4. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)

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    283Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20063421VF-6 COLUMN1.32-2050Limit switch assembly2. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)3. 30-0464Oil line assembly4. 50-9010Linear guide

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    284Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-6 SADDLE24311. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)2.50-9806Linear guide3. 30-0463Oil line assembly4. 32-2051Limit switch assembly

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    285Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-8 BASE43121. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)2.50-9010Linear guide3. 30-0461Oil line assembly4. 32-5056Limit switch assembly

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    286Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-8 COLUMN43211.32-2050Limit switch assembly2. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)3. 30-0464Oil line assembly4. 50-9010Linear guide

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    287Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062431VF-8 SADDLE1. 62-0014Motor (except XRT)2.50-9806Linear guide3. 30-0463Oil line assembly4. 32-2051Limit switch assembly

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    288Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20068741141351110693122VF-10 BASE1.59-6655Rubber plug guide rail2. 22-7458Cam, linear guide3.20-9218Y-axis bumper, motor end4. 20-0150Nut housing5.58-3031Banjo elbow 5/16 female x M6 male6.58-1560Adapter 1/8m (NSK and THK Linear guides) 59-0001 (Star linea...

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    289Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF-10 COLUMN2125242223272618851920321314151764171291610111.25-7267Bracket mounting Y-axis2.25-9929Stabilizer bracket hyd. cyl.3.32-2050Limit switch Z-axis4. 59-4002Hose clamp 13/16 x 1 3/45.50-9010Linear guide6.22-9826A Counterweight head bracket7.20-92...

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    290Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BOTTOM1617TOP151412131110123865479VF-10 SADDLE1.20-0152Bearing housing 40mm and 50mm ballscrew2.20-0156Bumper3.59-6655Rubber plug4. 22-7458Cam, linear guide5. 30-0534Oil line assembly6.58-1560Linear guide adapter 1/8m (NSK and THK) 59-0001 (Star)7.58-3...

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    291Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-1/OM-2 TOOL CHANGER123453678910 11 121312 14 1516 1718181920212232324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445463433

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    292Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.25-6953Carriage Cover2.20-0680AMotor Mounting Plate3. 32-22054X Proximity Switch TC Mark4. 32-19112X Turret Motor5.25-7162Connector Bracket6. 43-0109HHB 5/16 x 1.257. 45-1600Split Lock Washer 5/168. 54-0010Cam Follower9. 45-1739Flat Washer 5/1610. 20-...

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    293Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200627223132331109876243069192314151720351030A261130B30C30D12211826258272928131636344373510 POCKET TOOL CHANGER1.32-1875Motor Assembly2.22-7263Block Switch Mounting3.32-2010Limit Switch4. 32-2000Limit Switch5. 25-4146Cover T/C Switch6.20-0682Tool Holding Pl...

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    294Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200620 POCKET TOOL CHANGER59575856556160626352545351504948464742 43454441401165646628293031171516121314343233353937363810987262224182119 20232527564312

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    295Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200620 POCKET TOOL CHANGER1.20-7029B Holding arm2.57-7379Tool holding arm gasket3.79-1000Wire channel 1in. x 2in.4. 79-1001Cover wire channel 1"5. 54-0030Guide wheel6.22-7263Block switch mounting7. 54-0020Bushing guide wheel8. 48-0019Dowel pin 1/4 x 5/...

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    296Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061131211109876543223222120191817161514242526272830293233343537383940414244433631242122231345671112131915181614172029810****SIDE MOUNT TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY

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    297Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006* Back Side** Hose, on Horizontal Applications1.Cam Box Motor2.Key3.Cam Box Motor Mount4. Cam Box Pulley5.Drive Belt6.Key7.Pulley8. Cam Box Motor (High Speed)9.Oil Fill/Breather10. Cam Box Assembly11. ATC Enclosure12. Double Arm Assembly13. ATC Mount14....

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    298Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200672526233029128456981014182224232021191113121716152721527423363537454731343042440**25505456526061626364556667686948383922211229112626286544414246789103495251535251585759201315161821191714224350 TAPER SIDE MOUNT TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY

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    299Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200650 TAPER SIDE MOUNT TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY1. 25-0284A Carousel Cover2. 20-0490B Tool Pocket 50T3. 51-2043Bearing Lock Nut4. 51-0020Bearing5. 20-0438Carousel 50T6. 46-1663Jam Nut7. 45-0068Flat Washer8.20-1239ATapered Bushing9. 45-0070Washer10. 51-0045Cam ...

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    300Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY 15 HP2926252428273023VIEW A161713181514192011122122781210935VIEW A643132335857545556593734353638394052534951504748414246444543

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    301Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY 15 HP1.25-0108Fan bracket motor shroud2. 36-3035Spindle fan assembly3.59-7130Protective strip4. 32-201130" limit switch5.32-201024" limit switch6. 25-7264Switch mounting bracket7.29-0022Shroud caution decal8. 59-1482Ny...

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    302Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY HT10K363029333435312832VIEW A91081514111612132725242326191817227612212053364847524951504446454342415455585956574039383764626061635VIEW A34

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    303Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY HT10K1.25-0108Fan bracket motor shroud2. 36-3035Spindle fan assembly3.32-2011Switch assembly (30" cable length)4. 32-201024" limit switch5. 25-7264Switch mounting bracket6. 59-1482Nylon finish plug, 13/167.29-0022Shrou...

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    304Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY HT10K TSC443738414243393640VIEW A111210917161318141535222019213332313426252324302987122827356555461596260585053525149474663646768656645737169707248575VIEW A64

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    305Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF 1-11 GEARBOX ASSEMBLY HT10K TSC1.25-0108Fan bracket motor shroud2.36-3035Spindle fan assembly3.59-7130Protective strip4. 32-2011Switch (30" cable lenght)5.32-201024" limit switch6. 25-7264Switch mounting bracket7. 59-1482Nylon finish plug ...

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    306Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200610111214151617181921222324252627282930313212356789463113203334250 TAPER GEARBOX ASSEMBLY1. 25-4420Oil Pump Bracket2. 20-1452Transmission Plate3. 25-4419Solenoid Bracket4. 22-7487Oil Fill Cap5.30-3275TSC Check Valve6.58-0609Oil Pickup Tube7. 20-1440Out p...

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    307Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SPINDLE ASSEMBLIESSPINDLES30-0319A7.5 Spindle Assembly30-213210K Spindle Assembly30-136015K Spindle Assembly30-146815K spindle Assembly VF5-1130-044950 Taper Spindle AssemblyDRAWBAR30-3410E7.5k spindle with or without TSC30-006750 Taper

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    308Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOL RELEASE PISTON ASSEMBLYSECTION A-AOUT OF POSITION181716151011121314OUT OF POSITIONVIEW B234567891ABA40 Taper Complete Assembly Non-TSC 30-3201AMini Mill TRP Assembly 30-1668TRP base XHC 30-3207TRP base 30-32051.58-36131/4 Street elbow2.58-3050Elbo...

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    309Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006IN-LINE SPINDLE TOOL RELEASE PISTON12345671.32-2201Proximity Switch2.20-1692A TRP Piston, In-line3.20-1691TRP Shaft4. 20-1696A TRP Spring Retain, In-line5. 25-4648A Bracket Switch Mounting6.20-1693A TRP Cylinder In-line7.20-1690CStriker Plate

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    310Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200650 TAPER TOOL RELEASE PISTON131819202117161514222324251234561211109871. 59-0049Spring compression2.52-0003Shaft clamp3.58-3050Elbow 1/4 nylon tubing4. 58-3631Reducer bushing 1/2M-1.8F5.20-0016BSwitch plate6.20-0021Spacer upper TRP 50T7.32-2013Limit swit...

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    311Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TSCHP TOOL RELEASE PISTON ASSEMBLYOUT OF POSITIONVIEW B234A56789BA123 22 21OUT OF POSITIONSECTION A-A19201810111214151693-30-3206 Complete assembly1.58-36181/4 Street elbow 90 deg.2.58-3727A1/4NPT x 4 nipple brass3.58-3050Elbow 1/4 nylon tubing4. 58-367...

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    312Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BALL SCREW ASSEMBLYBALL SCREW ROTATED 90°COUPLING ASS'YBALL SCREWMOTOR MOUNTSNAP LOCK RING BMPRMini-millVF 0-1VF 2VF 3VF 4-5VF-5XTBase24-300630-015730-015730-019630-019630-0196Saddle24-300630-015730-019430-019530-019730-2152Column24-300630-015730-01573...

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    313Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006101112131415161718192021222324252627282129394959304050314151324252334353344454354555364656374757384858123456789344150MILL DRILL SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY

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    314Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006MILL DRILL SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY1. 25-6804Fan racket2.59-0091Cable carrier3. 59-0144Fan guard4. 36-3035Fan Assembly5.25-7336Solenoid bracket6.60-1815Encoder7.22-7260Encoder stand-off8. 54-7127Drive sprocket9.25-9667Encoder mounting plate10. 54-2121Drive...

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    315Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-2 SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY756263646566676869707778798081828384858687888990919293949597969810010310410510110210610710810911011111311210799997172737459606156575852535455

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    316Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-2 SPINDLE HEAD ASSEMBLY52. 25-7461A Spindle Head Cover53. 66-1480Fan54. 25-7462A Top Head Cover55. 59-0144Fan Guard56. 59-2832B Quick Exhaust58-3729Nipple57. 36-30675 Solenoid58. 53-3012Pressure Switch59. 58-2743Branch Tee60. 58-2736Air Regulator 0-1...

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    317Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ITEMNO.ITEMNO.QTY.QTY.PARTNO.PARTNO.DESCRIPTIONDESCRIPTION1125-4424BELTENCLOSER310SPVB2125-4426MOTORENCLOSER310SPVB3125-4428MOTORENCLOSERCOVER4225-4429RADIUSCOVERVBMILLS5125-4430SIDECOVER6125-4431CABLECOVER3107125-4432CABLECOVERC-AXISVB8640-1669BHCS,8-3...

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    318Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VR-SERIES HEAD ASSEMBLY

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    319Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VR-SERIES HEAD ASSEMBLY

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    320Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006APC ASSEMBLY

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    321Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ITEM QTY. PART NO.TITLE1.314-7068CASTING, LEVEL PAD2.120-0046SUPPORT, IDLER SPROCKET3.220-0048DRIVE LEG, APC4.220-0049DETENT, APC5.120-0050SUPPORT, MOTOR, APC6.220-0051GUIDE, CHAIN, APC7.120-0052TENSIONER BLOCK8.220-0053PALLET9.420-0054CLAMPING RAIL...

  • Page 323

    322Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.Y-axisGutter2.Y-axis Waycover3.Y-axis Guide Rails4.Way Cover Bracket5.Saddle Cover6.X-axis Gutter7.X-axis Gutter8.Saddle Cover9.X-axis Waycover10. X-axis Guide Rails11. X-axis Guide Rails12.Way Cover Bracket13.Y-axis Wiper14. Y-axis Rear Waycover15. Z...

  • Page 324

    323Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VF EXTERIOR SHEET METAL19101168734212131514181719202122252627282916VF6 - 8 Extended Column - Riser Sheet Metal(Optional)23245

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    324Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.Plate, Top Left2.Back Panel Spacer3.Top Left Panel4.Upper Door Brace5.Plate, Top Right6.Back Right Panel7.Spindle Head Cover8.Spindle Head Cover, Bottom9.Bottom Head Cover Inspection Panel10.Left Door Assembly11.Right Door Assembly12. Panel, Right Sid...

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    325Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061179123686541281314102013141615181917VR11VF(10&11)VF EXTERIOR SHEET METAL9.Back Right Panel Extension10.Inner Back Panel, Right11.Inner Back Panel, Left12.Back Left Panel Extension13.Apron Extension Right14. Apron Extension Left15. Support Beam16. S...

  • Page 327

    326Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOLROOM MILL EXTERIOR SHEET METAL192122209101112131411235678415161718231.25-7198Junction Box2.59-0385Corrugated Tubing Assembly3. 32-0043Regen Cover4. 25-4044A Control Box Top Mounting Bracket5. 59-0144Fan Guard6.25-0389Top Fan Bracket7. 25-4003C Spind...

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    327Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOLROOM MILL INTERIOR PARTS1234567891012131415161718191120222223263031292821242527323232333333343434262626263536363738404242454648474950505243443941411915515354

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    328Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOLROOM MILL INTERIOR PARTS LIST1. 62-0024Motor2.30-1220A Coupling Assembly3.32-5060Z-Axis Limit Switch4. 25-4024Z-Axis Limit Switch Mounting Bracket5.20-7008FZ-Axis Ball Screw Nut Housing6. 30-2465A Air Solenoid Assembly7. 30-1674Linear Motor 5HP8.25-...

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    329Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 25-0754Enclosure Side2.25-0386Door Assembly28-0011Window3.20-0712Guide Block4. 25-0753Panel Front Enclosure5.25-0958Keybracket6.25-7050CSwitch Mounting Bracket7.25-0757Door Keeper8.22-7616Lower Door Rail9.25-7195K Lube Panel Mounting10. 25-0754 Enclo...

  • Page 331

    330Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 59-0144Fan guard2.25-0389Fan bracket top3.25-0382A Head Cover4. 25-0388Back Head Cover5. 25-0381Z lower cover6. 25-0380Z upper cover7.25-0373Y-axis way cover, rear8.25-0377Support Cover9. 25-0375Saddle cover (2)4679101112131415161785321MINI MILL INTE...

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    331Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-1/OM-2 EXTERIOR SHEET METAL12345678918192021Door Open222324252627282930OM3132333738394041424344454647485049515253545763646566686769343536626160555659581011121315141617

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    332Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-1/OM-2 EXTERIOR SHEET METAL1.25-7231Bottom Front Panel2.59-8210Door Handle3.25-7317Enclosure Door4. 25-7393Gas Spring Door Bracket5. 59-00082X Gas Spring Ball Stud6. 25-7394Gas Spring Enclosure Bracket7.59-0839Gas Spring Assy8. 25-7331Op Door Guide B...

  • Page 334

    333Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-1/OM-2 INTERNAL SHEET METAL39OM-1OM-2 (See Sheet 2)16171819202122723102425131422728Sheet 1 of 238404142434445464849504729303151OM-2ATC376789101114121315353653233344231

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    334Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OM-1/OM-2 INTERNAL SHEET METAL1.25-6831X-Axis Short Waycover2. 25-6848X-Axis Floater Waycover3. 20-2743Table4. 20-27752X Riser Rail5. 25-5841Y-Axis Rear Waycover6.20-3082Nut Housing7. 50-01062X Linear Guide8. 25-5840Y-Axis Front Waycover9. 20-2749Ball S...

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    335Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006VS-3 SHEET METAL ASSEMBLY

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    336Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.Fan guard2.Head cover, top plate3.Head cover, left rear cover4.Head cover, left front cover5.Head cover, right rear cover6.Head cover, right front cover7.Head cover, rear bottom8.Bottom head access plate9.Head cover, front bottom cover10.Head cover, f...

  • Page 338

    337Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Plane1123456789TailstockAssemblyWedgeAssemblySL-10 CASTING ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST1. 62-0014Motor6. 30-0153Support Bearing Assembly2. 20-7010AMotor Mount Machined7. 20-0735Snap Lock Ring Bumper3. 50-8766X-axis Linear Guide Assembly8. 30-1220ACoupling As...

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    338Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062123242526272829221014151716181920121311346893031323371253134SL-10 TAILSTOCK ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST1. 57-0142Seal Kit2. 20-1070Gland Retainer3. 20-1017Cylinder Head4. 57-0140O-Ring5. 20-1012A Shaft6. 57-0136Hydraulic Piston Seal7. 57-0141Quad Ring8. 57...

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    339Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006132456789111213141510Tool ChangerAssemblySL-10 WEDGE ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST1. 62-0009Motor9. 20-0928Ring Bumper2. 30-1219Coupling Assembly10. 20-0773Bearing Support Housing Machined3. 20-7010AMotor Mount Machined11.30-2244Ball Screw Assembly4. 20-1126S...

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    340Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006123456789101213111415161718192021222324252629282730313233SL-10 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST1. 30-3076Air Cylinder Assembly17.24-4010Belleville Washers (2)2. 62-0014Motor18. 22-8550A TC Belleville Spacer3. 20-8512A Worm Housing19. 58-3052Coolant ...

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    341Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 CASTING ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST563242118168131415109117178122019222421231. 50-3400Linear Guide2. 25-9746Cable Clamp Base3. 20-9058Ballscrew Bumper4. 25-7266X-Axis Mounting Bracket5. 58-3030Banjo Elbow 5/16 x M66. 25-7080Bumper Bracket7. 30-0153Sup...

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    342Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062511819222127282098746121017141516313840393637353433323031113232425 2629SL-30 CASTING ASSEMBLY W/TAILSTOCK

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    343Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-30 CASTING ASSEMBLY W/TAILSTOCK PARTS LIST1. 22-2629Key stub shaft2. 62-0014Motor3. 20-7010AMotor mount4. 25-7042ASnap lock motor mount cover plate5. 26-7233AGasket, deflector shield6. 20-0143Snap lock ring bumper7. 25-7267Brack mounting y-axis8. 32-...

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    344Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 CASTING ASSEMBLY W/TAILSTOCK AND PARTS LIST153129213457689101112141316181920302122232425262728171. 22-2629Stub Shaft Key2. 62-0016Motor3. 25-9203Motor Mount Cover Plate4. 26-7233A Deflector Shield Gasket5. 30-0450Ball Screw Assembly6. 20-0841Rear ...

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    345Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Plane212345678910SL-40 Tool ChangerAssemblySL-40 Wedge Assembly1112131415161718191.62-0016Motor2.20-0151Motor Mount3.20-9212Bearing Cartridge Housing4. 20-0735Snap Lock Ring Bumper5. 24-9970C Z-Axis Ball Screw6.50-9971Z-Axis Linear Guides (2)7.20-1769Z-...

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    346Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Plane5Plane6Start 3Plane610123456789111213Sub-spindle AssemblySL-30 Tool ChangerAssembly15141617181920SL-30 Wedge AssemblyTL-25 CASTING ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST1. 62-0014Motor (2)2. 20-7010AMotor Mount (2)3. 30-1220ACoupling Assembly (2)4. 30-0154Motor H...

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    347Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006Plane1Plane3ViewRotated 1808123456781091112131. 20-0609Front Cap2. 20-0608A Spindle Shaft3. 20-0627Nut Housing Machined4. 20-7442End Cap5. 20-0610Spindle Pulley6. 90-0008ZKP100 Rotating Union7. 54-0095BeltTL-25 SUB-SPINDLE ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST8. 60-1...

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    348Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 WEDGE ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST18117315681371114202210162522392154121224191. 62-0009Motor w/Brake2. 22-2629Stub Shaft Key3. 30-1044Oil Line Carrier4. 41-1717Long Stud/Set Screw5. 58-2110Sleeve Nuts Lube Assembly6. 25-7042A Snap Lock Motor Mount Cove...

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    349Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-30 WEDGE ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST242321222019181719432867511101312161415251 30-1044Oil Line Assembly2. 25-7042A Snap Lock Motor Mount Cover Plate3. 26-7233ADeflector Shield Gasket4. 30-0618B X-Axis Ball Screw Assembly5. 30-0593Wedge Oil Line Kit6. 58-...

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    350Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 WEDGE ASSEMBLY AND PARTS LIST24123456789101112131415161718192021222325261. 58-27602-Way Manifold2. 30-1044Oil Line Carrier3. 20-7474Motor End Bumper4. 30-1530Oil Line Assembly5. 50-9011Linear Guide6. 20-7474Support End Bumper7. 58-3031Banjo Elbow ...

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    351Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY12 3 4 567 89 101112131516 1718 1920 21 22 232425262728293031323334353637383940414344454246474849505253545556575859606162636465

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    352Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST1. 51-2984Thrust washer TRB-34462. 20-8523Nut tool holder3. 57-2994O-ring4. 56-2090Retaining Ring RR-3005. 22-8538Rod end spacer6. 32-2153Unclamp switch7. 32-2154Clamp switch8. 30-3650Air Cylinder assembly9. 20-8364...

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    353Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-30 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY12 3456781013 14 1516 1718 19 20 2122242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556575859606162636465

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    354Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-30 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST1. 51-2984Thrust washer TRB-34462. 20-8321Nut tool holder3. 56-2090Retaining ring RR-3004. 22-8538Spacer rod end T/C5. 30-3650Air cylinder assembly6. 56-9057Retaining ring 5100-1507. 49-4115Washer 1 1/2 steel8. 45-2...

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    355Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY123456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17181920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556

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    356Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 TOOL CHANGER ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST1. 30-3650Air Cylinder Assembly2. 32-2162Clamp Switch3. 32-2161Unclamp Switch4. 49-41151-1/2 Steel Washer5. 56-9057Retaining Ring 5100-1506. 45-2001Shim .002 Thick7. 62-0014Motor8. 57-0075O-Ring 2-02 Buna9. 30-1220A...

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    357Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 HYDRAULIC TOOL CHANGER24567910111213141524252627282930313233341132784244354345474841464916202122202340212017193637183839

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    358Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40 HYDRAULIC TOOL CHANGER PARTS LIST1. 58-0038Fitting ORB2. 58-0723Check Valve3. 2266-6-8s4. 93-0590Solenoid5. 52-0156Hydraulic Accumulator6. 20-2437Valve Block7. 20-2443Key Shim8. 62-0014Servo Motor9. 20-2428Rigid Coupling10. 57-1025Seal11. 20-2427W...

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    359Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BALL SCREW ASSEMBLYSPACERRINGBALL SCREW SUPPORTBEARING ASSEMBLYMOTOR MOUNTBEARING LOCKNUTMOTOR BEARING HOUSINGCOUPLING ASSEMBLYSUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLYSNAP LOCKRING BMPRSNAP RINGLOCK BMPRBEARING LOCKNUT20-0141 SNAP LOCK RING BMPR 4.0020-0143 SNAP LOCK R...

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    360Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006COUPLING ASSEMBLYWHERE USEDBS ASSY 32mm(1.26)x 33.27BS ASSY 32mm(1.26)x48.23BS ASSY 32mm(1.26)x 25.6530-196230-061530-1397AAPPLICATIONSL20(Z)SL30(Z)SL40(X)BS ASSY 32mm(1.26)x 13.53SL20(X)30-0616B30-0618BSL30(X)BS ASSY 32mm(1.26)x 16.78BS ASSY 32mm(1.26)...

  • Page 362

    361Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PENDANT LEVELING ASSEMBLYPendantArmKnuckle(25-6661)PendantArmKnuckle(25-1312)Knuckle Cover(25-6660)Knuckle SwivelPlate (25-6659)Pendant ArmMount (20-7109)Wavy Washer(55-0020)Levelling Screw(40-164391)Levelling Screw(40-0128)Pendant Mount(20-7110)PARAMSE...

  • Page 363

    362Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LATHE TOOL SETTING ARMSHCS(40-1961)Washers(45-1730)Dowel Pin(20-8996)2X Dowel Pin(48-0020)Mech PivotTool(20-8995)Bearing(51-7001)Tool SetterShaft(20-8993)ThreadedInsert(48-0049)2X Ball(59-0019)2X Springs(59-0018)Case(20-8992)MountingBolts areAccessedBeh...

  • Page 364

    363Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-30 AND SL-40 STEADY REST1.Steady Rest (Customer Supplied)2. 20-1750Steady Rest Mount Machined (SL-40/40L)3. 20-1649Steady Rest Mount Machined (SL-30)4. 25-4598Waycover LT T/S (SL-40/40L)25-8756AWaycover LT T/S (SL-30)5. 48-0009Dowel Pin 1/2 x 3 1/46....

  • Page 365

    364Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006FOOT SWITCH ASSEMBLY30-2202Foot Switch Assembly(Chuck)25-1255AFoot Switch Cover25-1253AFoot Switch Bulkhead25-1252Foot Switch Pedal59-0069Foot Switch Spring25-1254BFoot Switch Base Plate59-1041Control Legs (2)32-9300ACable*32-2255Limit Switch* 32-9300B ...

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    365Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006PARKER HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT

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    366Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006REXROTH HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT58-0741 Chuck93-0531Low PressureCartridge93-9137Filter93-0460/61T/S RapidSolenoid58-0741 T/S59-0703PressureAdjusting Valve(59-0439for SL-10)58-0086Sight Gauge93-0459Chuck Solenoid Valve93-0458T/S SolenoidValve

  • Page 368

    367Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 58-0741Gauge2. 53-3009Pressure Switch3. 90-0114Hydraulic Valve4. 59-0439Pressure Adjusting Valve5. 20-3109Valve Block (Tailstock)6. 90-0105Hydraulic Valve (Tailstock)7. 90-0104Hydrulic Valve (Chuck)8. 20-3108Valve Block (Chuck)9. 59-0439Pressure Adju...

  • Page 369

    368Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006MINI LATHE EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 20-1292Pendant Arm2. 25-6661Pendant Arm Knuckle3. 40-164391 Leveling SHCS4. 25-6660Knuckle Cover5. 25-6659Knuckle Swivel Plate6. 20-7109APendant Arm Mount7. 55-0020Wavy Washer8. 20-7110APendant Mount9. 25-...

  • Page 370

    369Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006MINI LATHE INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 32-0106Work Light Assembly2. 25-4092Upper Roller Track3. 25-4105A Splash Liner4. 25-4100CE Hanger5. 25-4136Header6. 20-1240A Guide Bar Assembly7. Not Used8. 25-4134A Rear Way Cover9. 25-4135AFront Way C...

  • Page 371

    370Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OFFICE LATHE EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST353637383940414243444546474849505152535455565758596061626364656643123456789101112131417181921331OL34151116202223243225262728312930

  • Page 372

    371Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OFFICE LATHE EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 59-0754Set-Up Door Handle2. 25-6905Set-Up Door Panel3. 25-6070Window Rail4. 28-0175Bottom Window Guide5. 25-6247A Bottom Window Frame6. 28-0173Window7. 25-7549Operator Door Panel59-0162Chip Basket Handle...

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    372Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OFFICE LATHE INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1234567891011 12 13 14 15161718192021222324252629303132333435363738394041424335444546473940484950443332515253545527

  • Page 374

    373Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006OFFICE LATHE INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 49-01222X Track Roller2. 20-3088Lever AAC3. 59-0789Air Cylinder AAC4. 25-6828Spindle Belt Cover5. 20-3090Cylinder Mount AAC6. 54-0214Spindle Drive Belt7. 20-2766APulley 180T 3mm8. 62-0014Servo Motor9. 30...

  • Page 375

    374Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ViewRotated 180o215861911102014151673426323334353627292821223031242325181712139TAIL STOCKSL-10 EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 25-0875Monitor Cover2. 25-0876Pendant Back Cover3. 25-0879Z-Axis Right Bottom Wiper Retainer4. 26-0030Z-Axis Right Bottom...

  • Page 376

    375Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006134567891011121413192015172116182SL-10 INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 25-0870X-Axis Top Cover2. 25-0871X-Axis Front Cover3. 25-0983X-Axis Wiper Retainer4. 26-0038X-Axis Way Cover Felt5. 25-0872X-Axis Way Cover6. 26-0034X-Axis Top Wiper Felt7. 25-0...

  • Page 377

    376Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 59-0023Door Hinges2. 25-1350Toolbox Door3. 25-8909FLeft Side Panel4. 25-1349Toolbox5. 25-8935DTop Door Roller Mount6. 25-8916BTop Panel7. Not Used8. 25-8924G Left Front Panel9. 59-0023Door Hinges10. 25-8021Acce...

  • Page 378

    377Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-20 INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 22-8053Upper Waycover Guide2. 25-8051Z-Axis Waycovers3. 22-8052Lower Waycover Guide4. 25-4423Cable Rail5. 25-8933DMoving Bulkhead6. 25-8908ARight Support7. 25-4329Tailstock Right Waycovers8. 22-8075ALower Tails...

  • Page 379

    378Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006w/PartsCatcherView Rotated 180812344520216911122522242326272830291013151416781817Big BoreOnly20HPVECTORDUAL DRIVETAIL STOCK19SL-30 EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 59-0023Door Hinges (2)2. 25-1350Toolbox Door3. 25-8814E Left Side Panel4. 25-1349Tool...

  • Page 380

    379Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200621128272526234657891112241922231820**Parts Catcher Only13171415161029303132For Lifting Only********SL-30 INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 22-8049Z-Axis Top Waycover Guide2. 25-8047Z-Axis Waycover3. 22-8048Z-Axis Bottom Waycover Guide4. 22-8783Moving...

  • Page 381

    380Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006View Rotated 180832313325262930271326452871011913121415168171820212223241934TAIL STOCKSL-40 EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 25-0780Left End Rear Panel2. 59-0023Toolbox Door Hinge3. 25-1350AToolbox Door4. 25-8211FLeft End Front Panel5. 25-4729Toolbo...

  • Page 382

    381Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20062628252018212219242330145231110121532161413678931291734353327For Lifting Only**********SL-40 INTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1. 25-0782Control Box Mounting Bracket2. 25-0145B Z-Axis Top Rear Sliding Cover3. 25-8246B Z-Axis Bottom Rear Sliding Cover4....

  • Page 383

    382Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006605040302010Bar605040302010BarLONG BEDLONG BEDPlane5Plane4Plane5Plane4Plane4TAIL STOCKTOOL PRESETTERTAIL STOCKTOOL PRESETTER1234567891011121413131516171819202123242528227262229303132SL-40L EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL (SHEET 1 OF 2)

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    383Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006333537343638394041424344454647495048515252**Optional for Crane Only.BACK VIEWSL-40L EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL (SHEET 2 OF 2)

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    384Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 25-4541Left Top Front Panel2. 25-4542Right Top Front Panel3. 25-4723Light Fixture Body4. 25-4563Left Top Door Mount5. 20-1775Pendant Boom Arm6. 20-1773Boom Arm Detent7. 25-4578Boom Arm Detent Support8. 25-4562Right Top Door Mount9. 25-4633Pendant Arm...

  • Page 386

    385Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006606050504040303020201010BarBar605040302010Bar1234556710111314151298816171820192324253729272828262122303131333435363839404132252642434647484445SL-40L INTERNAL SHEETMETAL

  • Page 387

    386Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006SL-40L INTERNAL SHEETMETAL PARTS LIST1. 25-4572Rear V-Track Mount2.20-1772Z-Axis V-Track (2)3. 25-4573Front V-Track Mount4. 25-4556Z-Axis Drip Channel5. 25-4581Tool Pocket6. 25-4588Z-Axis Top Wiper25-4590Felt Clamp7. 25-4589Z-Axis Bottom Wiper25-4591Fel...

  • Page 388

    387Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006910121315171821201981112345761416Sub-SpindleLive ToolingTL-15 LIVE TOOLING AND SUB-SPINDLE SHEETMETAL

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    388Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006910121315171821201981112345761416Sub-SpindleLive ToolingTL-15 LIVE TOOLING AND SUB-SPINDLE SHEETMETAL

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    389Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TL-15 SHEETMETAL PARTS LISTLive Tooling1. 25-0138Hood2. 20-0163Brace3. 25-0137Tray4. 25-0135 Channel Cover4a. 25-6552 Channel Cover (Larger Turret)5. 25-0136Channel5a. 25-6553Channel (Larger Turret)6. 20-0161Belt Arm Cover7. 20-0162Belt ArmSub-Spindle8....

  • Page 391

    390Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006View Rotated 1808781234626272820212225242310111312151416171819520HPVECTORDUAL DRIVEw/PartsCatcher9SUB SPINDLETL-25 EXTERNAL SHEETMETAL AND PARTS LIST1.25-8819C Top Door Roller Mount2.25-8818D Top Right Panel3.25-8820D Left Front Panel4. 59-0023Door Hing...

  • Page 392

    391Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20064344453213738414039423634352346578910121413151617181920222324252521113033293146**Parts Catcher Only262728SUB-SPINDLE ASSEMBLYTL-25 INTERNAL SHEETMETAL

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    392Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 22-8049Z-Axis Top Waycover Guide2. 25-8047Z-Axis Waycover3. 22-8048Z-Axis Bottom Waycover Guide4. 22-8783Moving Bulkhead Support5.22-0830Cable Channel Cover6. 25-8843A Moving Bulkhead7. 25-6543A Right End Support Bracket8. 25-4348Right Sub-spindle Wa...

  • Page 394

    393Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.25-6516A Base Position Control2.25-6537B Barfeeder Door3. 59-0101Gas Spring4. 25-6534A Barfeeder Main Enclosure5.25-0165Right Rear Support6. 25-6542Storage Pan7.25-6526Control Tray8.25-6538Adjusting End Supports9.25-6539Bottom Bar Base10. 44-0004Level...

  • Page 395

    394Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BARFEEDER EXTERNAL PARTS

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    395Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 20-6480Rotation Control Push Rod2. 59-3024Spring 1.5 X 63. 20-6481J-Slot Control Bushing4. 48-1657Dowel Pin 5/8 X 1-1/25. 49-1015Shoulder Bolt 1/4 X 1/26. 20-6483Push Rod Connector7. 20-6484Push Rod8.20-0357Flange Bushing 3/4 in.9.20-6032Push Control...

  • Page 397

    396Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ViewRotated 180ViewRotated 180oo171234567991010161413122321313233343536373824252630272743454647444139404849515355555656575859606163625452525042281815117864656619202229BARFEEDER INTERNAL PARTS

  • Page 398

    397Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006BARFEEDER INTERNAL PARTS LIST1. 49-12031/8 x 1 Cotter pin2. 49-12013/4 x 3 Clevis pin3.22-6503Support stand4. 25-6541Charging table5. 49-12021 x 6 Clevis pin6. 49-12031/8 x 1 Cotter pin7. 46-00111/4 Push cap nut8. 20-0341Transfer table9.22-9256Bushing e...

  • Page 399

    398Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 200620-1033 PushRod End Clamp20-1034 Push Rod ControlBushing Holder 3/4”20-1035 Push Rod ControlBushing Holder 3/8”20-6483 Push RodConnector Adapter20-6032 Push Rod ControlBushing Holder 3/4”20-6044 Push Rod ControlBushing Holder 3/8”CURRENTPREVIOUS...

  • Page 400

    399Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061. 32-0041Regen Assy2. 45-430125-4307 Control Cabinet3. 25-4794Control Box Isolator (4)4. 59-0515Contorl Box Gasket (4)5.20-2672Pendent Arm6.25-6661Arm End Cap (leveling)7. 25-5524Control Pendant Shell8.20-1936Control Box Support Frame9. 25-5449TL-2 Con...

  • Page 401

    400Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006TOOLROOM LATHE (TL-1) PARTS LIST20. 51-2033Radial Bearing21. 20-1958Quill Driver SCR Collar22. 51-2033Radial Bearing23. 20-1940Nut Retainer24. 20-1932Tailstock Handwheel 6"25. 20-1873TS Head Housing Machined26. 20-1954Setscrew (2x)27. 26-0374Quilll...

  • Page 402

    401Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006ViewRotated for Clarity(Looking Up)1234567910111213141516162526272829303117181921202223248TL 1-2CE

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    402Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 20061.25-5932Left Wing Guard2.25-5930(TL-1-CE) Control Support Cover25-6783(TL-2-CE) Control Suport Cover3.25-5931Right Wing Guard4. 25-5943(TL-1-CE) Top Roller Guide25-6787(TL-2-CE) Top Roler Guide5. 25-5942Angle Bracket6. 25-5948(TL-1-CE) Back Gutter25-67...

  • Page 404

    403Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006APLPARTS LOADERAUTOMATICAPL PARTSLOADERAUTOMATIC123456789410 1112131415161716181920212223 24252627282930313233343536373839404142 4344 45 464748495051525354554856575258596061626364676568665453706965LATHE APL

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    404Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006LATHE APL PARTS LIST1. 25-0704 Carriage Cover2.59-0197 Cable Carrier3.25-0705 Cable Carrier Mount4. 25-0703 B-Axis Ram5.59-0196 Cable Carrier6. 50-0008 Linear Guide7. 20-0739 Hard Stop8. 50-0009 Linear Guide9. 20-0749 B-Axis Rack10. 25-0768 Rotator Hous...

  • Page 406

    405Mechanical Service96-0283 rev A June 2006COMMON ABBREVIATIONSAC – Alternating CurrentAMP – AmpereAPC – Automatic Pallet ChangerAPL – Automatic Parts LoaderASCII – American Standard Code for Information InterchangeATC – Automatic Tool ChangerATC FWD – Automatic Tool Changer Forwar...

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