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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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    96-87101TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 2000COMMON ABBREVIATIONS USED IN HAAS MACHINESACAlternating CurrentAMPAmpereAPCAutomatic Pallet ChangerAPLAutomatic Parts LoaderASCIIAmerican Standard Code for Information InterchangeATCAutomatic Tool ChangerATC FWDAutomatic Tool Change ForwardATC REVAutomatic Tool ...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING296-8710January 1999NONormally OpenODOutside DiameterOPEROperatorPARAMParameterPCBPrinted Circuit BoardPGMProgramPORPower On ResetPOSITPositionsPROGProgramPSIPounds Per Square InchPWMPulse Width ModulationRAMRandom Access MemoryREPT RIG TAPRepeat Rigid TapRETReturnREV CNVRReverse C...

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    96-87103TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 19991. TROUBLESHOOTINGThis section is intended for use in determining the solution to a known problem. Solutions given are intendedto give the individual servicing the machine a pattern to follow in, first, determining the problem’s sourceand, second, solving the...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING496-8710January 19991.1 GENERAL MACHINE OPERATION MACHINE NOT RUNNING´ Machine cannot be powered on.lCheck input voltage to machine.lCheck main circuit breaker at top right of electrical cabinet; switch must be at the on position.lCheck overvoltage fuses.lCheck wiring to POWER ...

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    96-87105TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999 VIBRATIONVibration is a subjective evaluation with perceptions varying among individuals, making it difficult todetermine in mild cases if there is an actual problem. In obvious cases, it is a matter of determining the sourcewhich is not easy, since all parts...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING696-8710January 1999 ACCURACYBefore you complain of an accuracy problem, please make sure you follow these simple do’s and don’ts:lEnsure that the machine has been sufficiently warmed up before cutting parts. This will eliminatemispositioning errors caused by thermal growth of ...

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    96-87107TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999´ Bores are taperedlCheck that tooling and machining practices are correct. Bores will be tapered if the tooling isinappropriate, the speeds and feeds are incorrect, or coolant is not getting to the cutting tool whenrequired.lAlthough it is rare, the spindle m...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING896-8710January 1999´ Material left after facing a partlEnsure tooling is correct.lEnsure turret is aligned to X-axis travel.lEnsure Parameter 254, Spindle Center, is set correctly. FINISH´ Machining yields a poor finish.lCheck the condition of the tooling and the spindle.lEnsure...

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    96-87109TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999 THERMAL GROWTHA possible source of accuracy and positioning errors is thermal growth of the leadscrews. As the machinewarms up, the leadscrews expand in both linear axes (X and Z), causing accuracy and positioning errors. Thisis especially critical in jobs t...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING1 096-8710January 19991.2 SPINDLE NOT TURNING´ Spindle not turning.lIf there are any alarms, see "Alarms" section.lCheck that the spindle turns freely when machine is off.Ø If spindle drive does not light the RUN LED, check forward/reverse commands from IOPCB.Ø Check...

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    96-87101 1TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 19991.3 TRANSMISSION (SL-30 AND SL40)The transmission cannot be serviced in the field and must be replaced as a unit. Never remove the motor fromthe transmission, as this will damage the transmission and void the warranty. NOISE´ Excessive or unusual noise comi...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING1 296-8710January 19991.4 SERVO MOTORS / LEADSCREWS NOT OPERATINGAll problems that are caused by servo motor failures should also register an alarm. Check the alarm historyto determine the problem’s cause before any action is taken.´ Servo motor is not functioning.lCheck the p...

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    96-87101 3TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999Misalignment in the lead screw itself will tend to cause the lead screw to tighten up and make excessive noiseat both ends of the travel. The ballnut may get hot. Misalignment radially at the yoke where the lead screwball nut mounts is indicated by heating up...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING1 496-8710January 19994.Repeat Step 3 in the negative (-) direction.TOTAL DEVIATION BETWEEN THE DIAL INDICATOR AND THE CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY SHOULD NOT EXCEED.0002.An alternate method for checking backlash is to place the dial indicator as shown in Fig. 4-1 and manuallypush on the ...

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    96-87101 5TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999 VIBRATION´ Excessive servo motor vibration.lCheck all Parameters of the suspected axis against the Parameters as shipped with the machine. Ifthere are any differences, correct those and determine how the Parameters were changed.PARAMETER LOCK should normally...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING1 696-8710January 1999 NOISE IN HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT´ Hydraulic power unit noise.Note: Noise in hydraulic unit should decrease a few minutes after start up.lCheck for leaks in hose.lCheck that the oil level is above the black line.lCheck for loose pieces/hardware.lCheck for debr...

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    96-87101 7TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999´ Phasing ErrorlThe MOCON did not receive the proper phasing information from the motors. DO NOT RESET themachine if this alarm occurs. Power the machine down and back up. If the problem persists, it isprobably a broken wire or faulty MOCON connectors.´ S...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING1 896-8710January 1999´ Remove the Data & or Address buss from the Video & Keyboard PCB.lProcessors LED's Normal - then Run goes out.´ Remove the Data & or Address buss from the MOTIF PCB.lProcessors LED's Normal - then Run goes out.´ Remove the Data & or Addre...

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    96-87101 9TROUBLESHOOTINGJanuary 1999The following is an example of how to troubleshoot the keypad:NOTE: Keypad Diodes 1-24 correspond to chart numbers 1-24Example: 1. Pressing the RESET button will cause diodes 1 and 17 to conduct.lWith the POWER OFF read across diode 1.lA typical reading is be...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING2 096-8710January 1999

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    21ALARMSJanuary 199996-87102. ALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner of the screen will have a blinking "ALARM". Push the ALARMdisplay key to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number and a complete description.If the RESET key is...

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    22ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710109Y Servo OverloadSame as alarm 108.110Z Servo OverloadSame as alarm 108.111A Servo OverloadSame as alarm 108.112No InterruptElectronics fault. Call your dealer.113Turret Unlock FaultThe turret took longer to unlock and come to rotation position than allowedfor in Para...

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    23ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710One common cause of this overheat condition is an input line voltage toohigh. If this condition remains for 4.5 minutes, an automatic shutdown willbegin.123Spindle Drive FaultOverheat or failure of spindle drive or motor. The exact cause is indicatedin the LED window of...

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    24ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710140Y Motor Z FaultSame as alarm 139.141Z Motor Z FaultSame as alarm 139.142A Motor Z FaultSame as alarm 139.143Spindle Not LockedShot pin not fully engaged when a tool change operation is being performed. Check air pressure and solenoid circuit breaker CB4. This can al...

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    25ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710160Low VoltageThe line voltage to control is too low. This alarm occurs when the ACline voltage drops below 190 when wired for 230 volts or drops below165 when wired for 208 volts.161X-Axis Drive FaultCurrent in X servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled o...

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    26ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710183Y Cable FaultSame as alarm 182.184Z Cable FaultSame as 1alarm 82.185A Cable FaultSame as alarm 182.186Spindle Not TurningTrying to feed while spindle is in the stopped position.187B Servo Error Too LargeSame as alarm 103.188B Servo OverloadSame as alarm 108.189B Moto...

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    27ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710211Odd Prog BlockPossible corrupted program. Save all programs to floppy disk, delete all,then reload.212Program Integrity ErrorPossible corrupted program. Save all programs to floppy disk, delete all,then reload. Check for a low battery and low battery alarm.213Prog...

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    28ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710240Empty Prog or No EOBDNC program not found, or no end of program found.241Invalid CodeRS-232 load bad. Data was stored as comment. Check the program beingreceived.242No EndCheck input file for a number that has too many digits.243Bad NumberData entered is not a numbe...

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    29ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710273C Motor Z FaultSame as alarm 139.274C Limit SwitchSame as alarm 145.275C Axis Z Ch MissingSame as alarm 153.276C Axis Drive FaultSame as alarm 161.277C Zero Ret MarginSame as alarm 165.Too Small278C Cable FaultSame as alarm 182.292Mismatch Axis withI, (K) was command...

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    30ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710313No P Code In M97,Must put subprogram number in P code.M98, or G65314Subprogram or MacroCheck that a subroutine is in memory or that a macro is defined.Not In Memory315Invalid P Code InThe P code must be the name of a program stored in memory without aM97, M98 or M99d...

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    31ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710336A-Axis DisabledAn attempt was made to program the A-axis while it was disabled(DISABLED bit in Parameter 43 set to 1).337GOTO or P lineSubprogram is not in memory, or P code is incorrect. P not foundNot Found338Invalid IJK and XYZThere is a problem with circle defini...

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    32ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710357Aux Axis DisabledAux axes are disabled.358Multiple Aux AxisCan only move one auxiliary axis at a time.360Tool Changer DisabledCheck Parameter 57. Not a normal condition for the Lathe.361Gear Change DisabledNot used.362Tool Usage AlarmTool life limit was reached. To c...

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    33ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710388Cutter Comp NotCoordinates cannot be altered while cutter comp is active. Move G10Allowed With G10outside of cutter comp enablement.389G17, G18, G19Planes of rotation cannot be changed while rotation is enabled.Illegal in G68390No Spindle SpeedS code has not been enc...

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    34ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710411RS-232 Empty ProgramCheck your program. Between % and % there was no program found.412RS-232 UnexpectedCheck Your Program. An ASCII EOF code was found in the input dataEnd of Inputbefore the complete program was received. This is a decimal code 26.413RS-232 Load Insu...

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    35ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710438TS Moved While HoldingThe tailstock moved more than a preset amount while holding a part (e.g.,thePartpart slips in the chuck).439TS Found No PartDuring an M21 or G01, the tailstock reached the hold point withoutencountering the part.450Bar Feeder FaultThis means tha...

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    36ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710516Illegal ConditionalA conditional expression was found outside of an IF-THEN, WHILE,Or No Thenor M99 block.517Exprsn. Not AllowedA macro expression cannot be concatenated to N or O. Do not declareWith N Or OO[#1], etc.518Illegal Macro ExprsnAn alpha address with expre...

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    37ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710535Illegal DPRNTA DPRNT statement has been formatted improperly, or DPRNT doesStatementnot begin block.536Command Found OnA G-code was included on a DPRNT block. Make two separate blocks.DPRNT Line537RS-232 AbortWhile a DPRNT statement was executing, the RS-232 communic...

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    38ALARMSJanuary 199996-8710611G71/G72 Type I AlarmWhen G71 or G72 is executing and the control detects a problem in thedefined PQ path. It is used to indicate which method of roughing has beenselected by the control. It is generated to help the programmer whendebugging G71 or G72 commands.The c...

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    96-87103 9MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19993. MECHANICAL SERVICERECOMMENDED TORQUE VALUES FOR MACHINE FASTENERSThe following chart should be used as a reference guide for torquing machine fasteners where specified.DIAMETERTORQUE1/4 - 2015 ft. lb.5/16 - 1830 ft. lb.3/8 - 1650 ft. lb.7/16 - 1470 ft....

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE4 096-8710January 1999Note: If alarms 111 or 164 occur after the obstruction is cleared, you may need to adjustthe turret motor coupling. IMPORTANT!! After a crash the following procedures should be performed in order to verify proper turret alignment.1. Turret align...

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    96-87104 1MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19994. Place the washer on the spring retainer on the lip of the turret shaft. Clean any grease that may have gottenon the shaft.5. Place the needle bearing on the lip and stick it to the washer. Be sure the other surface of the bearing isclean and free of grea...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE4 296-8710January 1999Note: If it is tight (no backlash) it will be necessary to force it in one direction or the otheruntil it pops into it’s backlash area. If it gets tighter when it is turned, STOP; this is thewrong direction.7. Change Parameter 43, “Z CH ONLY” back to ...

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    96-87104 3MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 3-2. Turret alignment verification (X-axis) TURRET ALIGNMENT (X-AXIS)It is recommended that you read the following sections in their entirety before starting the alignmentprocedures.1. Remove the rear cover.2. Remove the sliding toolchanger cover...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE4 496-8710January 19999. Apply Loctite and torque all turret housing mounting bolts to 50 FT LBS.10. Recheck the turret face to ensure the measurement did not change.11. Install the access cover and gasket.12. Pour 10 cups of oil (DTE 25) into gear side of turret housing.13....

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    96-87104 5MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999 Figure 3-3. Turret Pocket Alignment TURRET ALIGNMENT VERIFICATION (PARALLELISM OF X-AXIS)TOOLS REQUIRED:3 MAGNETIC INDICATOR BASE3 DIAL INDICATOR (0.0005" OR LESS RESOLUTION)3 A BAR APPROXIMATELY 12"x 4"x 1" (GROUND TO WITHIN 0.0...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE4 696-8710January 1999Figure 3-4. Turret Bar Sweep.5. Jog the X axis to the center of it’s travel.6. Mount the indicator to the spindle retainer ring. Position the indicator tip at the bottom edge of the bar.7. Jog the X axis so the indicator is at one end of the bar,...

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    96-87104 7MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19994. To gain access to the rear coupling, either remove the turret or install a turret shaft extension and slidethe turret onto it. (Be careful not to loosen the key way, it will be facing down at this point.)5. Loosen the 10 bolts on the inner coupling and ...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE4 896-8710January 19999. Tighten all 10 inner coupling bolts (jogging the A axis for access) and torque them to the requiredspecifications. Refer to torque chart at beginning of section.10. Replace the 1/4" brass plug.11. Relock the turret.12. Connect air to machine and ch...

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    96-87104 9MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999For 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 reedswitchesSection Ia. In MDI, enter...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE5 096-8710January 1999Section IIa. In MDI, enter an M43 (Unlock Turret). The Turret Unclamp switch should be tripped at this point, anddiscrete input TT UNL should read "1".If this does not occur, the lower air cylinder mounted reed switch needs to be adjusted by loo...

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    96-87105 1MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999LATHE TURRET REMOVAL & REPLACEMENTTURRET REMOVAL1. Remove the gearbox cover plate2. Rotate turret until it is on tool number one, and position X axis for easy removal of turret.3. In MDI mode enter and execute M43 to unclamp the turret then E-stop the m...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE5 296-8710January 19998. Remove the two set screws on the home switch cam at the back of the shaft, then remove the key. Turnthe motor shaft to gain access to key or set screws. (servos off, E-stop).9. Remove back half of curvic coupling (10-12 bolts), inspect O-ring.10. Remove ...

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    96-87105 3MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19993.2 SPINDLE SPINDLE ALIGNMENT VERIFICATIONThis procedure should be performed after the turret face has been realigned.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 SPINDLE ALIGNMENT TEST BAR (P/N# T-1312)1. Mount a 0.0001" indicator (short setup) to face of turret.Figure 3-7. ...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE5 496-8710January 19997. Position the indicator tip on the backside of the test bar. Jog the indicator tip over 10 inches of the test bar to determine spindle parallelism. The maximum allowable tolerance is 0.0004/10". - If this tolerance is out, call HAAS Automatio...

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    96-87105 5MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999 SPINDLE INSTALLATIONTools Required:3 (1) Blue Loctite3 (1) 1/2" Torque Wrench (Up to 250 ft-lbs)3 (1) HAAS Belt Tensioning Tool P/N# T1510 (SL 20), P/N# T1537 (SL 30 and 40)1. Install spindle into housing. Check location of oil holes for proper al...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE5 696-8710January 1999Figure 3-10. Alignment of oil mist holes.8. Install the spindle drive pulley.9. Install the drive belts onto the spindle and motor pulleys.10. Apply proper tension to belts by wedging the T-shaped belt tensioner tool underneath the spindle headcasting web...

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    96-87105 7MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 199915. Slide the hydraulic cylinder into spindle shaft. Insert and tighten the mounting bolts.16. Attach and clamp the oil drain hose and coolant drain hose onto hydraulic cylinder.17. Attach and screw in clamp and unclamp hoses.18. Set the magnetic base on t...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE5 896-8710January 19996. 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 bosses to maintain the spindle headlevel. See Figure 3-12.Figure 3-12. Indicator setup.Not...

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    96-87105 9MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Note 4: The x-axis value in the Positions page is the new machine centerline. Thisvalue should be stored in Parameter 254.15. Repeat Steps 3-5 to ensure that the shaft has remained horizontal. If the shaft has moved, return to Step11 and recheck the po...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE6 096-8710January 1999 TAILSTOCK LEVELING PROCEDUREThis procedure should only be performed after the tailstock In/Out has been checked.Tools Required: ü (2) Tenths Indicatorü (1) Tailstock Alignment Tool (Test Bar P/N# T-1416) ü (1) Tailstock Leveling Assembly (Leveling Sta...

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    96-87106 1MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19997. Once the TS is leveled, the mounting bolts should be torqued to 50 ft-lbs in a clockwise fashion (first, theinner mounting bolts than the outside). If the horizontal runout is unacceptable, the tapered insert mayhave to be reset as described in the fol...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE6 296-8710January 1999Figure 3-158. 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 the tailstock head retaining nuts. TAILSTOCK INSERT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONCAUTION! Cont...

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    96-87106 3MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 3-16. Tailstock insert press.4. 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 the blow torch flame ...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE6 496-8710January 19998. Adjust the insert until the runout at the base of the test bar is less than .0003" TIR. Then tighten all threescrews.9. Install the rear insert plate. Tighten the three 1/4 x 20 but leave the three 10 x 32 screws loose.10. Position the indicator at...

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    96-87106 5MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19993. Disconnect the hydraulic lines from both ends of the cylinder.CAUTION! Although the hydraulic system is not under pressure oil will spill out of the hydrauliclines once disconnected from the cylinder. Have a bucket ready to catch any oil that spillsout...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE6 696-8710January 19993.4 TRANSMISSION REMOVALTools Required:ü Hoist and lifting straps OR floor jack and (4) wood blocks1. Power off the machine.2. Remove the left side panel to access the spindle motor and transmission assembly.Note: If you are using a floor jack, th...

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    96-87106 7MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999 TRANSMISSION INSTALLATION1. Place lifting straps under new transmission assembly and lift just enough to put tension on the cables.Note: If you are using a floor jack, slide the jack under the front side of the machine.Being careful not to damage any co...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE6 896-8710January 19993.6 LUBE AIR PANELFigure 3-19. Lube Air Panel (Front View). LUBE AIR PANEL COMPONENTSThe following is a list of the Lube Air Panel Assembly components, each with a description of its specificfunction.1. Oil Pressure Gauge - Indicates the pressure (in p...

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    96-87106 9MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 3-20. Lube Air Panel (Rear View).The following is a list of the Lube Air Panel Assembly components on the rear of the panel, each with adescription of it’s specific function.1. Air Pressure Switch - Monitors the air supply pressure, and sends a si...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE7 096-8710January 1999 LUBE PANEL REMOVALIMPORTANT! POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWINGPROCEDURE.1. Remove the rear panel.2. Disconnect the main air line.3. Disconnect limit switches from lube panel.4. Disconnect spindle air lines.5. Disconnect oil line ...

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    96-87107 1MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 3-21. Hydraulic power unit. INSTALLATIONCAUTION! POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE.1. Slide hydraulic power unit into place and attach with four mounting bolts.2. Connect pump motor cable.3. Connect pressure switch cable a...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE7 296-8710January 19993.8 INTERIOR WORKLIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT1. Jog the Z-axis all the way to the right (positive direction).2. TURN OFF power to the machine at the main breaker.3. Loosen the 14 BHCS that attach the light lens retainer4. Remove the retainer and the light lens....

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    96-87107 3MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19993.9 TURRET CROSS-SLIDE SPRINGWARNING! Power on machine, but DO NOT PRESS EMERGENCY STOP, or turret will fallduring spring removal. REPLACEMENT1. Remove sliding tool changer cover, located in the back of the machine, to gain access to spring.Figure 3-23. ...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE7 496-8710January 1999Figure 3-24. Spring tension relief.5. Remove cross slide spring and remove spring retainer located inside turret housing. Use access holelocated on the opposite side of turret to remove spring retainer. Replace used spring retainer with newbeveled spring r...

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    96-87107 5MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19993.10 PARTS CATCHERREMOVALCAUTION! POWER OFF THE MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING.PROCEDURE1. Disconnect the main air line.2. Remove necessary panels to access the parts catcher unit3. Loosen 1 1/2" shaft collar that locates the parts catcher t...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE7 696-8710January 1999INSTALLATION1. Slide parts catcher pivot mount assembly through the sheet metal seal and attach tospindle head casting using 3/8" SHCS.2. Install air cylinder to cylinder mount using 1/4" SHCS and washer.3. Attach air cylinder rod in its fully re...

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    96-87107 7MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 19998. Move turret away and pull down tool setter arm. Control should switch to Tool set offset screen. ‘X’ and‘Z’ will jog only in slow motion. Using your finger, trigger probe, speaker should beep and diagnosticsinput should change from 0 __> 1 __>...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE7896-8710January 19993.12 LEAD SCREW REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace the lead screws.TOOLS REQUIRED:Spanner Wrench (32mm or 40/50mm)Shaft Lock (32mm or 40/50mm)Z-AXIS LEAD SCREW REMOVAL1. Turn the machine ON. ZERO RETUR...

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    96-87107 9MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999d. Push the wedge all the way towards the motor end. Underneath the wedge, remove the SHCS thatattach the lead screw nut to the nut housing. Pull the lead screw forward to clear the nut from the housingand angle the lead screw towards the right of the bear...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE8 096-8710January 19993. The following sequence is important to ensure proper installation of the lead screw:a. On the bearing support end, install the lock nut an 1/8" away from the bearing. Tighten thelock nut screw. Install the shaft lock onto the bearing support end ...

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    96-871081MECHANICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999CAUTION! Do not attach bearing clamp nut against bearing support until the motor sideclamp nut is torqued to its proper specification. Damage will occur to the bearing and leadscrew on the support side.b. Attach the clamp nut onto the motor side of th...

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    96-871083ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 19994. ELECTRICAL SERVICE4. 1 SOLENOIDSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any solenoid assem-blies. PNEUMATIC CHUCK CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOIDREMOVAL -1. Turn machine power off and remove the air supply from the machine.2. Disc...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE8496-8710January 1999INSTALLATION -5. Replace the air solenoid assembly and attach to the bracket with the two SHCS. Tighten securely.6. Reconnect the electrical connection to the solenoid at the switch bracket.7. Reconnect the three air lines, ensuring that all connections are ...

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    96-871085ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 4-3. Top view of spindle lube/air solenoid assembly.INSTALLATION -6. Reattach the solenoid assembly at the T-fitting.7. Reattach the pressure gauge onto the solenoid assembly.8. Reconnect the lube line to the assembly.9. Reconnect the electrical lead...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE8696-8710January 19994.2. LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to adjust the line voltage.TOOLS REQUIRED:ü LARGE FLAT TIP SCREWDRIVERü DIGITAL VOLTMETER ADJUSTING VOLTAGENote: The machine must have air pressure at the air gauge o...

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    96-871087ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Note: Make sure that the service wires actually go into the terminal-block clamps. It iseasy to miss the clamp and tighten the screw. The connection looks fine but themachine runs intermittently or has other problems, such as servo overloads. To check,simpl...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE8896-8710January 1999ELECTRICITY REQUIREMENTSIMPORTANT! REFER TO LOCAL CODE REQUIREMENTS BEFORE WIRING MACHINES.ALL MACHINES REQUIRE:Three phase 50 or 60Hz power supply.Line voltage that does not fluctuate more than +/-5% 20-15HP SYSTEM VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS ...

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    96-871089ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 19994.Set the main switch to on (rotate the shaft that engages the handle on the panel door clockwise untilit snaps into the on position). Check for evidence of problems, such as the smell of overheatingcomponents or smoke. If such problems are indicated, set th...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE9096-8710January 19994.3 FUSE REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any fuses.TOOLS REQUIRED:ü REPLACEMENT FUSES OVERVOLTAGE FUSESWARNING! The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power has been shutoff and/or dis...

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    96-871091ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Figure 4-9. Power supply board; fuse locations.5. Using a flat tip screwdriver, turn the fuse(s) counterclockwise to remove and replace the blown fuse(s)with ones having the same type and rating (½ amp, type AGC, 250V).CAUTION! When the left fuse is blown...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE9296-8710January 19994.4 PCB REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any PCBs. MICROPROCESSOR, MOCON (MOTIF), & VIDEO / KEYBOARDWARNING: An anti-static strap should be worn when changing any PCB.Note: The arrangement of these boards...

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    96-871093ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 19999. Disconnect all leads to the Video / Keyboard. Ensure all cables are properly labeled for reconnecting later.10. After all cables have been disconnected, unscrew the standoffs, taking care to hold the board in place until all standoffs have been removed.No...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE9496-8710January 1999 POWER & LOW VOLTAGE SUPPLYPOWER BOARD -Note: Refer to "Cable Locations" for a diagram of this board.1.Follow all precautions noted previously before working in the electrical cabinet .2.Turn the main switch (upper right of electrical cabinet...

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    96-871095ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999Note: It is suggested to make use of a step ladder high enough to allow you to workfrom the top of the electrical cabinet. It will be necessary, when replacing the RS-232board, to work from the inside and outside of the cabinet at the same time.4. On the le...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE9696-8710January 19994.5 FRONT PANELPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any component of the controlpanel. CRT ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT1. Turn the power off and disconnect power to the machine.2. Remove the screws holding the cover panel on the ba...

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    96-871097ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 19998. Plug the black cable and white cable into the matching cables. Feed the white cable through the openingin the top of the control panel.9. Replace the back cover panel and attach with the four screws previously removed. JOG HANDLE REPLACEMENTThe JOG handl...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE9896-8710January 1999Figure 4-13. Jog handle removal.5. Remove the three screws holding the jog handle encoder to the control panel and remove.6. Replacement is reverse of removal. Keep in mind the important notice in Step 3. SWITCH REPLACEMENTNote: This section is applicable ...

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    96-871099ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 1999 SPINDLE LOAD METER REPLACEMENT1. Turn the power off and disconnect power to the machine.2. Remove the 16 screws holding the cover panel on the back of the control panel. Take care to hold thecover panel in place until all screws have been removed.3. Discon...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE10096-8710January 19998. Insert the ribbon cable through the opening in the control panel and place the keypad in the upper rightcorner of the lower opening and press to the control panel to mount. Plug the ribbon cable into theKeyboard Interface board, taking care to not bend t...

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    96-8710101ELECTRICAL SERVICEJanuary 19994.6 SPINDLE ENCODER REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace encoder.REMOVAL -1. Loosen the eight motor fan panel mounting bolts (on left end of machine), then remove the panel.2. Loosen the two encoder mou...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE10296-8710January 1999

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    103TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105. TECHNICAL REFERENCE5.1 SPINDLESpindle speed functions are controlled primarily by the S address code. The S address specifies RPM in integervalues from 1 to maximum spindle speed (Parameter 131). NOT TO BE CHANGED BY USER!Two M codes, M41 (Low Gear) ...

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    104TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.3 SERVOS (BRUSHLESS)SERVO ENCODERS (BRUSHLESS)Haas machines are equipped with brushless motors, which provide for better performance, and no mainte-nance. In addition to the performance differences, these machines differ from brush type machines, which...

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    105TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710There is a 10 amp (20A for a medium amplifier) supply fuse for failure protection. This fuse is relatively slow,therefore it can handle the 30 amp peak. Actual continues current limit to the motor is controlled by software.Commands to the amplifier are +/-...

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    106TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710P22 M-FIN input (100)P23 Footswitch (190)P24 Spare 2P25 Spare 3P26 Spare terminals for M21 to M24P27 Door lock (1040)P28 115V AC from CB4 (910)P29 A-axis brake solenoid output (390)P30 Tool changer shuttle motor output (810A)P31 230 VAC for Chip Conveyor ...

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    107TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.5 CONTROL PANELJOG HANDLEThe JOG handle is actually a 100-line-per-revolution encoder. We use 100 steps per revolution to move oneof the servo axes. If no axis is selected for jogging, turning of the crank has no effect. When the axis beingmoved rea...

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    108TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710KEYBOARD BEEPERThere is a speaker inside the control panel that is used as an audible response to pressing keyboard buttonsand as a warning beeper. The beeper is a one kHz signal that sounds for about 0.1 seconds when any keypadkey, CYCLE START, or FEED H...

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    109TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710The eight LED’s are used to diagnose internal processor problems. As the system completes power up testing,the lights are turned on sequentially to indicate the completion of a step. The lights and meanings are:+5V+5V logic power supply is present. (No...

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    110TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710MEMORY RETENTION BATTERYThe memory retention battery is placed into the battery holder soldered into the process board. This is a 3.3VLithium battery that maintains the contents of CMOS RAM during power off periods. Prior to this battery beingunusable, an ...

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    111TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710P13I/O relays K17-24 (530)P14I/O relays K25-32 (540)P15Low Voltage Power (860)P16Spindle command output (720)P19Address busP24Axis home switches (990)5.7 SPINDLE DRIVE ASSEMBLYThe spindle drive is located in the main cabinet on the right side and halfway d...

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    112TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.9 POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLYAll power to the control passes through the power supply assembly. It is located on the upper right cornerof the control cabinet. MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER CB1Circuit breaker CB1 is rated at 40 amps (20 amps for High Voltage option, ...

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    113TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710P18 Not usedP19 Connector to op. lamp transformer T4 (290)P20 115V AC to low voltage supplyP21 -12V DC to processor PCBP22 -12V DC to MOTIF PCBP26 +12V DC option connectorP27 +5/+12/Gnd form low volt supply to logic boards (860)P30 12V AC OP Lamp (800)P31 ...

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    114TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.10 POWER TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY (T1)The power transformer assembly is used to convert three-phase input power (50/60Hz) to three phase 230Vand 115V power. Two different transformers are used depending on the input voltage range. The low voltagetransformer...

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    115TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710 OPTIONAL 480 TRANSFORMERVoltage Selection Taps for the 480 Transformer:Right to left: 354 to 376 377 to 402 403 to 428 429 to 457 458 to 488** 480 V transformer has additional terminal block5.11 FUSESThe brushless amplifier has one fuse, F1 15 amps. T...

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    116TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.12 SPARE USER M CODE INTERFACEThe M code interface uses outputs M21-24 and one discrete input circuit. M codes M21 through M24 willactivate relays labeled M21-24. These relay contacts are isolated from all other circuits and may switch upto 120V AC at ...

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    117TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710TURNING M FUNCTIONS ON AND OFFThe three optional M code relays can also be separately turned on and off using M codes M51-M54 and M61-M64. M51 to M54 will turn on one of the relays and M61 to M63 will turn the relays off. M51 and M61correspond to M21, et...

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    118TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.14 SWITCHESLAMP ON/OFF SWITCHAn on/off switch is supplied for the operator's lamp. It is located on the side of the control cabinet belowall of the motor connectors.DOOR OPEN SENSE SWITCHThe DOOR OPEN switch is in the open position when the door is ope...

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    119TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710TURRET HOME SWITCHThe tool rotation turret has a switch that is activated when tool #1 is in the cutting position. At POWER ONthis switch indicates that tool #1 is in the cutting position. If this switch is not active at power-on, the firsttool change w...

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    120TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-87105.16 DISCRETE INPUTS / OUTPUTSDISCRETE INPUTS # Name # Description1000Tool Turret Unlock1016Spindle Lock (Vector Drive: Spare)1001Tool Turret Lock1017Spindle Fault (Vector Drive: Spare)1002spare1018Spindle Stopped (Vector Dri...

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    121TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710INPUTS 2NameNameX-axis Z ChannelX Motor Over HeatY-Axis Z ChannelY Motor Over HeatZ-axis Z ChannelZ Motor Over HeatA-axis Z ChannelA Motor Over HeatB-axis Z ChannelB Motor Over HeatC-axis Z ChannelC Motor Over HeatX Home SwitchX drive faultY Home SwitchY d...

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    122TECHNICAL REFERENCEJanuary 199996-8710

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    123PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710 6. PARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modified values that change the operation of the machine. These include servo motortypes, gear ratios, speeds, stored stroke limits, lead screw compensations, motor control delays and macrocall selections. These are all rarely ...

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    124PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-87102 EREV/MREVFor HAAS only.NON MUX PHASNot currently used.BRUSH MOTOREnables the brushless motor option.ROTARY AXISWhen set to 1, the axis is treated as a rotary axis. Position willbe displayed in degrees, and inputs will be interpreted asangles.SCALE/X LOWith SCALE...

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    125PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter12XSTEPS/REVOLUTIONEncoder steps per revolution of motor. Thus, an 8192 line encoder gives:8192 x 4 = 32768Parameter13XBACKLASHBacklash correction in encoder steps.Parameter14XDEAD ZONEDead zone correction for driver electronics. Units are 0.0000001 second...

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    126PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter30ZP GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.Parameter31ZD GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.Parameter32ZI GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.Parameter33ZRATIO (STEPS/UNIT)See Parameter 5 for description.Parameter34ZMAX TRAVEL (STEPS)See Parameter 6 for des...

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    127PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter48TURRET MAX TRAVEL (STEPS)See Parameter 6 for description.Parameter49TURRET ACCELERATIONSee Parameter 7 for description.Parameter50TURRET MAX SPEEDSee Parameter 8 for description.Parameter51TURRET MAX ERRORSee Parameter 9 for description.Parameter52TURRET...

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    128PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710ENA GRND FLTEnables ground fault detector.M19 SPND ORTThis bit makes the P and R codes a protected feature which can only be enabledwith an unlock code. The unlock code will be printed on the parameter listingof all new machines. If this bit is set to 0, an M19 wil...

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    129PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter67GEAR CHANGE DELAYMaximum delay allowed when changing gears. Units are milliseconds. Afterthis time, an alarm is generated.Parameter68DRAWBAR MAX DELAYMaximum delay allowed when clamping and unclamping tool. Units are milliseconds.After this time, an ala...

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    130PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter80MAX SPIN DELAY TIMEThe maximum delay time control will wait for spindle to get to commandedspeed or to get to zero speed. Units are milliseconds.Parameter81M MACRO CALL O9000M code that will call O9000. Zero causes no call.Parameter82M MACRO CALL O9001 ...

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    131PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter109D*D GAIN FOR XSecond derivative gain in servo loop.Parameter110D*D GAIN FOR YSecond derivative gain in servo loop.Parameter111D*D GAIN FOR ZSecond derivative gain in servo loop.Parameter112D*D GAIN FOR ASecond derivative gain in servo loop.Parameter113X...

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    132PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter126Y GRID OFFSETSee Parameter 125 for description.Parameter127Z GRID OFFSETSee Parameter 125 for description.Parameter128A GRID OFFSETSee Parameter 125 for description.Parameter129GEAR CH SETTLE TIMEGear change settle time. This is the number of one millis...

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    133PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter144RIG TAP FINISH DISTThis parameter sets the finish tolerance for determining the end point of ahard tapping operation. Units are encoder counts.Parameter145X ACCEL FEED FORWARDThis parameter sets the feed forward gain for the X-axis servo. It has no uni...

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    134PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter163B BACKLASHSee Parameter 13 for description.Parameter164B DEAD ZONESee Parameter 14 for description.Parameter165IN POSITION LIMIT BSee Parameter 101 for description.Parameter166B MAX CURRENTSee Parameter 105 for description.Parameter167B D*D GAINSee Par...

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    135PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter180SLIP GAINThis name is used when a Vector Drive is installed. The slip rate calculateddepends on two other variables: speed and current.Slip rate = slip gain x (speed/max speed) x (current/max current)The slip gain value is the value that slip rate would...

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    136PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter190C HI SP CURR LIMThis name is used when a Vector Drive is installed. At speeds higher than thebase frequency, the maximum current that is applied to the motor must bereduced. This is done linearly from base to maximum frequency. The value setin this pa...

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    137PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter199PRE-SWITCH DELAYThis name is used when a Vector Drive is installed.This is the amount of timeallowed for the current in the motor to drop before the winding changecontactors are switched. Units are in microseconds. If a Vector Drive is notinstalled this...

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    138PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710RED BEACONWhen (1) user relay M26 is used to flash a beacon. The beacon flashes if thecontrol is experiencing an alarm or emergency stop condition.CONVY DR OVRDWhen (1) the conveyor will continue to run with the door open. When (0) theconveyor will stop when the ...

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    139PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter218CONVYR RETRY REV TIMAmount of time that the conveyor is reversed in 1/50 seconds after overcurrentis sensed. Default is 200.Parameter219CONVYR RETRY LIMITNumber of times that the conveyor will cycle through the reverse/forwardsequencing when an overcu...

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    140PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter232A LEAD COMP 10E9This parameter sets the A-axis lead screw compensation signed parts perbillion.Parameter233B LEAD COMP 10E9This parameter sets the B-axis lead screw compensation signed parts perbillion.Parameter234C BELT COMPENSATIONThis parameter sets ...

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    141PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter249DLY AFTER CHUCK IS CLMPEDThe dwell time that is allowed after clamping the chuck (an M10 command).Program execution will not continue until this time has expired. Units are inmilliseconds.Parameter250DLY AFTER CHUCK IS UNCLMPThe dwell time that is allo...

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    142PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter267Y SWITCHESParameter 267 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo relatedfunctions on and off. The left and right cursor arrows are used to select thefunction being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The function names areY LIN SCALE ENU...

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    143PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter271C SWITCHESParameter 271 is a collection of single-bit flags used to turn servo relatedfunctions on and off. The left and right cursor arrows are used to select thefunction being changed. All values are 0 or 1 only. The function names are:C LIN SCALE EN...

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    144PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710SPIN TEMP NCSpindle temperature normally closed. This bit specifies the type (normally opennormally closed) of the spindle temperature sensor. This bit should be set to 1for machines with a Haas Vector Drive, and 0 for machines without a Vector Drive.D:Y SW ENABLDe...

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    145PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710Parameter294MIN BUSS VOLTAGEThis parameter specifies the minimum Haas Vector Drive buss voltage. If themachine has a Haas Vector Drive, the paramter should be set to 200 (volts).Machines without a Vector Drive should be set to 0. Alarm 160 LOW VOLTAGEwill be genera...

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    146PARAMETERSJanuary 199996-8710

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    96-8710147MAINTENANCEJanuary 19997. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE / LUBRICATION CHARTThe following is a list of required regular maintenance for the HAAS SL-Series Turning Centers. Listed arethe frequency of service, capacities, and type of fluids required. These required specifications must befollowed...

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    MAINTENANCE14896-8710January 1999LUBRICATION CHARTITEMCAPACITYFLUID TYPECOOLANT30 gallons (40 for SL-30)Water soluble, synthetic, or cutting oil.WAY LUBE2- 2.5 Qts. depending on pump styleVactra #2TRANSMISSION54 OuncesMOBIL DTE 25LUBRICATION REQUIREMENTS:Each jaw requires two strokes of grease: ...

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    96-8710149CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 19998. PCB'S, CABLE LOCATIONS ANDBOARD DIAGRAMS

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    CABLE LOCATIONS15096-8710January 1999MICRO PROCESSOR PCB - P/N 93-1010

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    96-8710151CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999MICRO PROCESSOR PCB - P/N 93-1010CABLE CONNECTIONS PROC.PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #J1ADDRESS BUSSVIDEO——- J2DATA BUSSMOTIF PCB——-J3860LOW VOLTAGEPOWER SUPPLY PCB——-J6N/AEXTERNAL BATTERY(EXT. BATTERY)——-J4850SERIAL PORT #1SERI...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS15296-8710January 1999BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER - P/N 93-5550B

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    96-8710153CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999BRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER - P/N 93-5550BCABLE CONNECTIONS MOCONPLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #X AXIS AMPP570LOW VOLTAGEL. V. POWER SUPPLY——-TB A, B, C——-MOTOR DRIVEX SERVO MOTOR——-P610X DRIVE SIGNALMOCON PCBP2TB -HV +HV490320VDCSPINDLE ...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS15496-8710January 1999POWER PCB - P/N 93-1085

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    96-8710155CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999POWER PCB - P/N 93-1085CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1——190-260VAC INPUTCB1—--P3——K1 COILK1 CONTACTOR——P4170AUTO OFFI/O PCBP8P5PRI-SECPRI-SEC/T5T5——P6930230VAC/COOLANT PUMPI/O PCBP6P7910115VAC CB/SOLENOIDI/O PCBP28P89...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS15696-8710January 1999I/O PCB - P/N 93-3080N

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    96-8710157CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999I/O PCB - P/N 93-3080N CABLE CONNECTIONSI/O PLUG #CABLE #ð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1510MOCON PCBP11P2520MOCON PCBP12P3540MOCON PCBP14P4550MOCON PCBP10P5110SERVO POWER ON——-P6930POWER PCBP6P7940COOL PUMP——-P8170POWER PCBP4P9710SPINDLE DRIVE——-P10300SP.FA...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS15896-8710January 1999SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE PCB WITH HANDLE JOGP/N 93-1072

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    96-8710159CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999SERIAL KEYBOARD INTERFACE PCB WITH HANDLE JOGP/N 93-1072CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG#CABLE#ð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG#P1700PROCESSOR850P2—-KEYPAD—-P3700ACYCLE START/HOLD SWITCHES—-P4720SP LOAD METERP4P5705SPEAKERP5P6—-—-J1750AJOG HANDLE—-J2150REMOTE JOG HANDLE—-J375...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS16096-8710January 1999VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/ FLOPPY DRIVE

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    96-8710161CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/ FLOPPY DRIVEP/N 93-1001CABLE CONNECTIONSVIDEO PLUG # CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ð LOCATIONPLUG #P1860LOW VOLTAGEPOWER SUPPLY PCB——-J3*700KEYBOARD INFO.KEYBOARD INT.——-J4——-ADDRESS BUSSMICRO PROC. PCB——-J5——-DATA BUSSMOTI...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS16296-8710January 1999VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/O FLOPPY DRIVE

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    96-8710163CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999VIDEO & KEYBOARD PCB W/O FLOPPY DRIVE P/N 93-1000CABLE CONNECTIONSVIDEO PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1860LOW VOLTAGEPOWER SUPPLY PCB——-J3*700KEYBOARD INFO.KEYBOARD INT.——-J4——-ADDRESS BUSSMICRO PROC. PCB——-J5——-DATA BUSSMOTIF P...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS16496-8710January 1999MOCON PCB - P/N 32-4023H

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    96-8710165CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999MOCON PCB - P/N 32-4023HCABLE CONNECTIONSMOCON PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAMEð TO ð LOCATIONPLUG #P1——-DATA BUSSVIDEO PCB——-MICRO PROC. PCB——-P2610X DRIVE SIGNALX SERVO DRIVE AMP.PP3620Y DRIVE SIGNALY SERVO DRIVE AMP.PP4630Z DRIVE SIGNALZ SERVO DRIVE AMP.PP5...

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    CABLE LOCATIONS16696-8710January 1999RS-232 PORT #1 PCB - P/N 32-4090CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE #ð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1850VIDEO &J13 EXTERNALKEYBOARDJ1——-——-——- INTERNAL

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    96-8710167CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999OPTICAL ENCODER PCB - P/N 32-5010CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE #ð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1690BMOCON——-

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    CABLE LOCATIONS16896-8710January 1999TRANSMISSION P.S. / HYDRAULIC C.B. PCB P/N 32-4095 A

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    96-8710169CABLE LOCATIONSJanuary 1999TRANSMISSION P.S. / HYDRAULIC C.B. PCB P/N 32-4095 ACABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE #ð TO ðLOCATIONPLUG #P1880BIO PCBP12P290POWER PCBP8P3410GEAR BOXP4350IO PCBP54TB2340HYDRAULIC MTRTB370MAIN TRANSFORMER(VECTOR DRIVE UNIT)

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    CABLE LOCATIONS17096-8710January 1999Y-DELTA SWITCH ASSEMBLY P/N 32-5850A

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    96-8710171CABLE LISTJanuary 19999. CABLE LISTCNC WIRING OVERALL6/98THE FOLLOWING IS A SUMMARY OF THE CABLES USED IN THE WIRING OF THIS CONTROL:WIRE/TERMINAL FUNCTION NAME:NUMBERINCOMING POWER 195-260 VAC (354-488 VAC OPTIONAL)L1INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 1, TO CB1-1L2INCOMING 195-260VAC,...

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    CABLE LIST17296-8710January 199990C115 VAC TO CB4 - SHIELD +291C115VAC #2092CRETURN #2093CSHIELD DRAIN110SPARE (115 VAC SERVO POWER)140230VAC 3PH POWER TO CHIP CONVEYOR MOTOR141PHASE A 230VAC142PHASE B 230VAC143PHASE C 230VAC144STARTING WINDING 230VAC145STARTING WINDING 230VAC140A230VAC 3PH POWER...

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    96-8710173CABLE LISTJanuary 1999250TAILSTOCK REVERSE OPTION251115VAC252115VAC RETURN253SHIELD DRAIN260SPARE 12VDC270TAILSTOCK RAPID OPTION271115VAC272115VAC RETURN273SHIELD DRAIN280115 VAC RED/GREEN BEACON CABLE - SHIELD + 3281RED LAMP 115VAC282GREEN LAMP 115VAC283COMMON 115VAC284SHIELD DRAIN290C...

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    CABLE LIST17496-8710January 1999490A320VDC FROM SPINDLE DRIVE TO THE AMPLIFIERS - SHIELD +2491AHIGH VOLT P1/+ RED #12492AHIGH VOLT N/- BLACK #12493ASHIELD DRAIN490B320VDC FROM AMPLIFIER TO SERVO POWER SUPPLY491BHIGH VOLT + RED #20492BHIGH VOLT - BLACK #20500OVERTEMP SENSOR FROM SPINDLE MOTOR - SH...

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    96-8710175CABLE LISTJanuary 1999640C-8DIGITAL GROUND640C-9FAULT RETURN640C-10ANALOG GROUND650230VAC, THREE PHASE POWER TO SPINDLE MOTOR - SHIELD +3651PHASE 1652PHASE 2653PHASE 3654SHIELD DRAIN650A230VAC, THREE PHASE POWER, CONTACTOR TO SPINDLE MOTOR(WYE TO DELTA OPTION)651APHASE 1652APHASE 2653A...

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    CABLE LIST17696-8710January 1999740POWER ON/OFF CABLE TO FRONT PANEL - SHIELD +4741POWER ON SWITCH LEG 1 (24 VAC) #20742POWER ON SWITCH LEG 2 #20 N.O.743POWER OFF SWITCH LEG 1 (24 VAC) #20744POWER OFF SWITCH LEG 2 #20 N.C.745SHIELD DRAIN750JOG-CRANK DATA CABLE(REM JOG SIDE CONNECTION)(ALL #24)750...

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    96-8710177CABLE LISTJanuary 1999824PART LOAD825DATA GROUND826SHIELD DRAIN830OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT - SHIELD +2831OVERHEAT SIGNAL #20832OVERHEAT RETURN (D GROUND) #20833SHIELD DRAIN850SERIAL PORT #1 INTERFACE CABLE (16 WIRE RIBBON #24)850ASERIAL PORT #2 INTERFACE CABLE (16 WIRE RIBBON #24)860+5V/+12V...

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    CABLE LIST17896-8710January 1999900SPARE - SHIELD +2901SIGNAL #20902RETURN #20903SHIELD DRAIN910115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER (CB4) TO SOLENOIDS - SHIELD +2911115VAC #20912RETURN #20913SHIELD DRAIN910ASPARE 115VAC911A115VAC #20912ARETURN #20913ASHIELD DRAIN910B115VAC TO SERVO FAN - SHIELD +2911B115VAC...

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    96-8710179CABLE LISTJanuary 1999970VECTOR DRIVE OVERVOLTAGE - SHIELD +2971OVERVOLTAGE SIGNAL #24972OVERVOLTAGE RETURN #24973SHIELD DRAIN990HOME SENSORS - SHIELD +4 (ALL #20)991COMMON (DATA GROUND)992X-AXIS HOME SWITCH993Y-AXIS HOME SWITCH994Z-AXIS HOME SWITCH995SHIELD DRAIN1000SPINDLE ENCODER CAB...

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    CABLE LIST18096-8710January 19991060GROUND FAULT DETECTION SENSE INPUT1061+ INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1062- INPUT FROM SENSE RESISTOR1070SKIP INPUT FROM SENSOR - SHIELD +21071LOGIC COMMON1072SKIP SIGNAL1073SHIELD DRAIN

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    181ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMSJanuary 199996-8710ELECTRICALWIRING DIAGRAMS

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    203ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSANDPARTS LISTS

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    204ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-20 Casting Assembly

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    212ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-40 Casting Assembly

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    216ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-20 Wedge Assembly

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    218ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-30 Wedge Assembly

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    220ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-40 Wedge Assembly

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    222ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-20 Spindle Assembly

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    224ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-30 Spindle Assembly

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    226ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-40 Spindle Assembly

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    228ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-8710SL-20 Tool Changer Assembly

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    236ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-871032mm Ball Screw Assembly

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    238ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-871040mm Ball Screw Assembly

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    240ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-871032mm Coupling Assembly

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    242ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSJanuary 199996-871040mm Coupling Assembly

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