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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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    1TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004BackCOMMON ABBREVIATIONS USED IN HAAS MACHINESACAlternating CurrentAMPAmpereAPCAutomatic Pallet ChangerAPLAutomatic Parts LoaderASCIIAmerican Standard Code for Information InterchangeATCAutomatic Tool ChangerATC FWDAutomatic Tool Changer ForwardATC ...

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    2TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004LOW AIR PRLow Air PressureLVPSLow Voltage Power SupplyMBMegabyte (1 million)MCD RLY BRDM -Code Relay BoardMDIManual Data InputMEMMemoryM-FINM -code FinishedMMMilliMeterMOCONMotor ControlMOTIFMotor InterfaceMSGMessageMSHCPMetric Socket Head Cap Screw...

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    3TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041. TROUBLESHOOTINGThis section is intended for use in determining the solution to a known problem. Solutions given are intended togive the individual servicing the CNC a pattern to follow in, first, determining the problem’s source and second,sol...

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    4TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.1 GENERAL MACHINE OPERATIONMACHINE NOT RUNNINGMachine cannot be powered on.•Check input voltage to machine (see "Electrical Service").•Check main circuit breaker at top right of electrical cabinet; switch must be at the on position....

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    5TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004VIBRATIONVibration is a subjective evaluation with perceptions varying among individuals, making it difficult to determine inmild cases if there is an actual problem. In obvious cases, it is a matter of determining the source - which isnot easy, sin...

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    6TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ACCURACYBefore you complain of an accuracy problem, please make sure you follow these simple do’s and don’ts:•Ensure that the machine has been sufficiently warmed up before cutting parts. This will eliminatemispositioning errors caused by the...

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    7TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Part faces are conical•Wedge may be out of alignment due to a crash.•Check tooling setup. Turning long, unsupported parts may cause conical part faces.•Check for thermal growth of the ballscrews (see Thermal Growth” section).Part/Tooling Pro...

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    8TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004CL CLCLPoor TechniqueMaterial left after facing a part•Ensure tooling is correct.•Ensure turret is aligned to X-axis travel.•Ensure Parameter 254, Spindle Center, is set correctly.Material Left After Facing PartFINISHMachining yields a p...

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    9TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004THERMAL GROWTHA possible source of accuracy and positioning errors is thermal growth of the ballscrews. As the machinewarms up, the ballscrews expand in both linear axes (X and Z), causing accuracy and positioning errors. Thisis especially critical ...

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    10TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.2 SPINDLENOT TURNINGSpindle not turning•If there are any alarms, see “Alarms” section.•Check that the spindle turns freely when machine is off.•If spindle is still not turning, replace MOCON PCB.•Disconnect the drive belt. If the spin...

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    11TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004All of the questions above must be answered. The DC Bus voltage should be between 320 VDC to 345 VDCwith the machine powered up but not running. If the voltage is not in this range, adjust the taps on the mainline transformer until this voltage r...

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    12TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004If the fault occurs upon deceleration or acceleration just as the spindle reaches its speci-fied speed, or if an overvoltage alarm (119) occurred, do the following:9.Disconnect the REGEN load resistors (terminals 1 and 2) and measure the resistance...

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    13TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.3 TRANSMISSION (SL 30 AND 40)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.NOISEExcessive or unusual noise ...

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    14TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.4 SERVO MOTORS / BALLSCREWSNOT 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 motor is not functioning.•...

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    15TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Ball screw noise.•Ensure oil is getting to the ball screw through the lubrication system. Look for a plugged meteringvalve.•Check for damage to the bearing sleeve.NOTE:The current angular contact design sleeve has a fixed pre-load; it cannot be...

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    16TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004X-Axis:1.Place a dial indicator and base on the spindle retaining ring with the tip of the indicator positionedon the outside diameter of the turret, as shown in Fig. 1.4-1Fig. 1.4-1 Dial indicator in position to check X-axis.2.Set dial indicator a...

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    17TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Fig. 1.4-2 Dial indicator in position to check Z-axis2.Set dial indicator and the “Distance to go” display in the HANDLE JOG mode to zero as follows:• Zero the dial indicator.• Press the MDI button on the control panel.• Press the HANDLE ...

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    18TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004OVERHEATINGServo motor overheating.• If a motor OVERHEAT alarm occurs (ALARMS 135-138), check the Parameters for an incorrectsetting. Axis flags in Parameters 1, 15, or 29 can invert the overheat switch (OVER TEMP NC).• If the motor is actually...

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    19TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Contamination:Contamination of the lubrication and/or coolant systems of the machine will produce problems with the BallScrews.Check the condition of the lube on the Ball Screw threads.1.If the lube is wet and clean, this indicates a properly funct...

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    20TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.5 TURRET CLAMP / UNLCAMPAlarm 113 and 1141)Check the tool changer solenoid.A) Does the solenoid appear to be activating.?I) If no, check power to the solenoid during a tool change. If there is voltage replace the solenoid.II) If yes, go on.B) Are...

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    21TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042) If the alarm still persists then the switch might be failing. Change the clamp switch with the unclamp switch at the air cylinder and at the lube panel. If the problem goes away or changes to an unclamp alarm then replace the switch.II) Te...

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    22TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.6 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMHYDRAULIC PRESSURE“Low hydraulic pressure” alarm (143).• Check for any leaks.• Check that the oil level is above the black line.• Check that the oil pressure is within 50-500 psi. If the hydraulic unit needs to be repl...

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    23TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.7 ELECTRICAL TROUBLESHOOTINGCAUTION!Before working on any electrical components, power off the machineand wait approximately 10 minutes. This will allow the highvoltagepower on the brushless amplifiers to be discharged.ELECTRICAL ALARMSAxis Drive...

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    24TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Axis Cable Fault•During a self-test, the encoder cable signals were found to be invalid. This alarm is usually causedby a bad cable, or a bad connection on the motor encoder connectors. Check the cable for anybreaks, and the encoder connectors at...

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    25TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004KEYBOARD DIAGNOSTICNOTE:Refer to the "Cable Locations" section of this manual for a drawing of theKeyboard Interface PCB.NOTE:This Keyboard Grid is for machines with a Keyboard Interface only. ThisKeyboard Grid is not for machines with a...

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    26TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.Press and hold the RESET button. If the diode is conducting, the reading should drop about .03 ohms.•(If your reading was .486 and it dropped to .460, for a difference of .026; the diode isgood).•The same will hold true for diode 17 in t...

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    27TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20044.On the left end of the pushrod control arm is a pin that drops onto a notch when the pushrod isloaded. This pin shopuld be just far enough to the left to clear the lobe in the notch. If this pin isnot in the correct position, use the jog handle t...

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    28TROUBLESHOOTINGSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004

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    2996-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS2. ALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner of the screen will have a blinking "ALARM". Push theALARM display key to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number and a com-plete description. If th...

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    30ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series110 Z SERVO OVERLOAD Excessive load on Z-axis motor. This can occur if the load on the motor over a period ofseveral seconds or even minutes is large enough to exceed the continuous rating of the motor. The servos will beturned off when this occurs. This ca...

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    3196-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS126 GEAR FAULT Gearshifter is out of position when a command is given to start a program or rotate the spindle.This means that the two speed gear box is not in either high or low gear but is somewhere in between. Check the airpressure, the solenoid’s circ...

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    32ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series148 A LIMIT SWITCH Normally disabled for rotary axis.149 SPINDLE TURNING A signal from spindle drive indicating that the spindle drive is stopped is not present when anM85 was commanded. Command the spindle to stop or to an RPM less than or equal to paramet...

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    3396-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS168 A ZERO RET MARGIN TOO SMALL This alarm will occur if the home/limit switches move or are misadjusted.This alarm indicates that the zero return position may not be consistent from one zero return to the next. The encoderZ channel signal must occur betwee...

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    34ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series193 B AXIS DRIVE FAULT Current in B servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or overloaded motor.The servos are turned off. Running the axis into a mechanical stop can cause this. A short in the motor or a short ofone motor lead to ground can ...

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    3596-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS221 B PHASING ERROR Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused by a badencoder, or a cabling error.222 C PHASING ERROR Error occurred in phasing initialization of brushless motor. This can be caused by a badencoder, or a...

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    36ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series245 UNKNOWN CODE Check input line or data from RS-232. This alarm can occur while editing data into a programor loading from RS-232. See MESSAGE PAGE for input line.246 STRING TOO LONG Input line is too long. The data entry line must be shortened.247 CURSOR...

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    3796-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS276 C AXIS DRIVE FAULT Current in C servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or overloaded motor.The servos are turned off. This can be caused by running the axis into a mechanical stop. It can also be caused by ashort in the motor or a short ...

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    38ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series320 NO FEED RATE Must have a valid F code for interpolation functions.321 AUTO OFF ALARM Occurs in debug mode only.322 SUB PROG WITHOUT M99 Add an M99 code to the end of program called as a subroutine.324 DELAY TIME RANGE ERROR P code in G04 is greater than...

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    3996-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS353 AUX AXIS NO HOME A ZERO RET has not been done yet on the aux axes. Check auxiliary axes. Status fromcontrol was LOSS.354 AUX AXIS DISCONNECTED Aux axis not responding. Check auxiliary axes and RS-232 connections.355 AUX AXIS POSITION MISMATCH Mismatch b...

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    40ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series393 INVALID MOTION IN G84 OR G184 Rigid Tapping can only be in the Z minus direction. Make sure that the dis-tance from the initial position to the commanded Z depth is in the minus direction.394 B OVER TRAVEL RANGE Tailstock (B-axis) will exceed stored str...

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    4196-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS425 SERVO BAR LENGTH UNKNOWN Both the bar length and reference position are unknown. Unload the bar, RunG105 Q4 followed by G105 Q2 or Q3.426 SERVO BAR ILLEGAL CODE G105 (feed bar) commanded with an illegal code on block. Legal codes are I, J, K, P,Q, R427 ...

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    42ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series453 C AXIS ENGAGED A spindle command was given with the C axis drive engaged. The C axis motor must bedisengaged with M155 before a spindle brake or gear change.454 C AXIS NOT ENGAGED A command was given to the C axis without the C axis engaged. The C axis ...

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    4396-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS513 VARIABLE REFERENCE NOT ALLOWED WITH N OR O Alphabetic addresses N and O cannot be combined withmacro variables. Do not declare N#1, etc.514 ILLEGAL MACRO ADDRESS REFERENCE Alphabetic addresses N and O cannot be combined with macrovariables. Do not decla...

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    44ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series541 MACRO ALARM This alarm was generated by a macro command in a program.542 OPERATION NOT AVAILABLE This operation is not compatible with FNC mode.600 CODE NOT EXPECTED IN THIS CONTEXT During program interpretation, the control found code out of context.Th...

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    4596-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS622 C AXIS ENGAGEMENT FAILURE The C axis failed to engage or disengage in the time specified in parameter 572.Either the gears are not meshing or the mechanical stop is not set properly. Check the engage and disengageswitches and the mechanical stop. Also,...

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    46ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series708 S SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE MOCON2 Too much load or speed on S-channel motor. The difference betweenthe motor position and the commanded position has exceeded a parameter. The motor may also be stalled, discon-nected, or the driver failed. The servos will b...

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    4796-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS727 J-AXIS MOTOR OVERHEAT MOCON2 Servo motor overheat. The temperature sensor in the motor indicates over150 degrees F (65 deg. C). This can be caused by an extended overload of the motor such as leaving the slide at thestops for several minutes.728 S-AXIS ...

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    48ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series754 Sp AXIS DRIVE FAULT Current in Sp servo motor beyond limit. Possibly caused by a stalled or overloaded motor.The servos are turned off. This can be caused by running the axis into a mechanical stop. It can also be caused by ashort in the motor or a shor...

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    4996-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesALARMS784 Sp TRANSITION FAULT Illegal transition of count pulses in Sp axis. This alarm usually indicates that the encoderhas been damaged and encoder position data is unreliable. This can also be caused by loose connectors at theMOCON or MOTIF printed circuit bo...

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    50ALARMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series939 LANGUAGES FAILED TO LOAD Foreign languages failed to be loaded into the control. Languages either ex-ceeded total flash memory, or not enough flash memory available. Try deleting a language from disk.958 TOOL OFS WEAR HAS BEEN CHANGED961 FLOPPY OFFSET N...

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    51MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043. 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.M10 -...

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    52SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENTRemoval1.Remove the sliding tool changer and turret assembly covers.2.Change Parameter 76 from 500 to 50000 (so you will not tripon a low air pressure alarm).3.Remove the air line.4.Put a 3/4" wrench on the bol...

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    53MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Installation1.Put a small amount of grease on one side of the washers.2.Place the washer on the surface of the turret and center it using your fingers. Be sure to keepgrease off the surface facing the needle bearing.3.Put a small amount of greas...

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    54SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET SHAFT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT4544810121314181511161791362457 Turret Shaft Removal1.Remove turret as described in previous section.2.Mark the retaining ring and turret casting for alignment purposes.3.Remove coolant tube bracket and move o...

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    55MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Install turret shaft assembly (align mark on retaining ring with the mark on the casting).4.Align keyway facing up.5.Install back half of curvic coupling on to gearbox snug two bolts and center the play between thebolt holes. Install the remai...

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    56SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Rotate the worm gear to the end of rotational travel in the counterclockwise direction. Zero yourindicator.4.Rotate the worm gear to the end of rotational travel in the clockwise direction. Record your reading.5.Rotate the worm gear to exactly...

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    57MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.1-1. Turret motor adjustment.TURRET ALIGNMENT VERIFICATION (X-AXIS)TOOLS REQUIRED:•MAGNETIC INDICATOR BASE•DIAL INDICATOR (0.0005" OR LESS RESOLUTION)1.Remove all tool holders and fittings from the turret.2.Jog the X-axis to th...

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    58SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET ALIGNMENT (X-AXIS)It is recommended that you read the following sections in their entirety before starting thealignment procedures.1.Remove the rear cover.2.Remove the sliding toolchanger cover.NOTE:Be sure to remove the 4 SHCS located be...

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    59MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET ALIGNMENT VERIFICATION (SPINDLE)This procedure should be performed after spindle alignment has been checked.TOOLS REQUIRED: •SPINDLE ALIGNMENT TOOL •DIAL INDICATOR (0.0005" OR LESS RESOLUTION)1.Remove all tool holders and fitting...

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    60SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET ALIGNMENT VERIFICATION (PARALLELISM OF X-AXIS)TOOLS REQUIRED:•MAGNETIC INDICATOR BASE• DIAL INDICATOR (0.0005" OR LESS RESOLUTION)•A BAR APPROXIMATELY 12"x 4"x 1" (GROUND TO WITHIN 0.0001" ON THE 1" WID...

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    61MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004CENTERING 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.Bef...

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    62SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004BOLT ON TURRET ALIGNMENT1.Clean the turret thoroughly before beginning alignment.2.Index tool position #1 into the cutting position.3.If the machine has a tailstock, move the turret and tailstock head next to each other and use thetailstock head...

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    63MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004The above example illustrates a turret that is off center from the coupler center of rotation. The reading taken atpoint “A” in step seven, indicates how far off center the turret is. It must be moved half of this value to place iton to the ...

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    64SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004CONVERTING SPINDLE CENTERLINE TO ENCODER STEP1.Jog the X-axis to the spindle center.2.Press ALARMS, enter "DEBUG", press WRITE.3.Press POSIT, and PAGE UP until you see the debug screen POS-RAW DAT 1.4.Observe the X axis COMMAND positio...

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    65MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.Once the turret travel is set, the Clamp/Unclamp switches must be adjusted. Enter the diagnosticdata page in order to monitor the TT UNL (Turret Unlocked) and TT LOK (Turret Locked) discreteinputs.For the following procedures follow:Section I ...

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    66SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004d.Place a 0.160" gage block between the Turret Unclamp switch and the side of the cam, ensuring itis flat against the cam. The Turret Unclamp switch should trip and discrete input TT UNL shouldread "1". Remove the gage block.e.If ...

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    67MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.A difference in readings between the two positions proves the wedge is out of alignment. To correctthe alignment, loosen all linear guide truck bolts for the wedge, leaving the outside corner bolt,closest to the spindle snug. This will create ...

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    68SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.2 SPINDLESPINDLE ALIGNMENT VERIFICATIONThis procedure should be performed after the turret face has been realigned.TOOLS REQUIRED:•SPINDLE ALIGNMENT TEST BAR (P/N# T-1312)1.Mount a 0.0001" indicator (short setup) to face of turret.Figur...

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    69MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20046.Next rotate the test bar until the reading is 1/2 of the total runout. Using the Z-axis, jog the indica-tor tip over 10 inches of the test bar to determine if the spindle is high or low. Tolerance should notexceed (0.0004/10")NOTE:•If t...

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    70SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.2-2. Hydraulic cylinder.6.Unplug the encoder. Unscrew the encoder bracket, remove the encoder, then remove the belt.7.Loosen the four SHCS holding the spindle motor. Slide the motor up by squeezing the belts.Tighten the SHCS and remove ...

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    71MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.2-2. Hydraulic cylinder (Coolant Collector not shown)6.Unplug the encoder.7.Loosen the four SHCS holding the spindle motor. Slide the motor towards the spindle to removetension from the belts. Slide the belts off of the spindle drive pu...

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    72SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20049.Remove the spindle cartridge from the spindle housing.10. Thoroughly clean out the spindle cavity. Ensure that there are no particulates or other contami-nates are removed. Clean thoroughly with alcohol.11. Ensure that the spindle is also free...

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    73MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004MINI LATHE SPINDLE BREAK-IN1.Load the Mini Lathe spindle break in program, o02222, into the control. Ensure that Parameter 57,bit 22 is set to 1 so that the Macro feature is enabled. Parameter 266, bit 3 must also be set to 1to ensure the contro...

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    74SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004MINI LATHE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF AIR CLOSER1.Install the air closer adapter onto the spindle drive sprocket.2.Measure the runout of the O.D. of the adapter. Runout should not exceed .001.3.Install the air closer onto the adapter.4.Measure t...

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    75MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Place the retainer ring on the spindle with the O-ring toward the spindle. Ensure that the drainholes are at the 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 ...

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    76SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.2-4. Alignment of oil mist holes.9.Install the spindle drive pulley.10. Install the drive belts onto the spindle and motor pulleys.11. Apply proper tension to belts by wedging the T-shaped belt tensioner tool underneath the spindlehead ...

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    77MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 200412. While applying correct torque amount, tighten the four mounting motor / gearbox plate bolts.CAUTION!This procedure should be performed with two service persons. Onewill apply correct torque amount and the other will tighten mountingbolts.13....

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    78SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.2-5. Adjustment bolts.6.Once the spindle head assembly is level, setup dual indicators on the large magnetic base andplace on the base casting to the rear. Indicate them at the machined bosses to maintain thespindle head level. See Figu...

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    79MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.Place the tenths indicator at the end of the spindle alignment bar and jog tool turret in the Z- axistowards the spindle until the indicator rest on the inside of the tool pocket.8.Align the tool pocket holder along the X-axis with the spindle...

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    80SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20044.Attach a 0.0001” dial indicator to the turret.5.Jog the X and Z-axes to position the dial indicator on the side of the alignment bar.6.Sweep down the length of the alignment bar to measure the spindle head parallelism with the Z-axis.7.Push ...

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    81MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004MINI LATHE SPINDLE HEAD ALIGNMENT1.The X and Z-axes must be perpendicular to each other prior to aligning the spindle head.2.Remove the door, the left side and the end panel.3.Install a spindle alignment bar (P/N T-2113) on the spindle.4.Remove ...

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    82SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.3 TL-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 t...

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    83MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Mount a magnetic base and a .0001” indicator on the turret face. Rest the indicator tip on the topsurface nearest the sub-spindle face and manually rotate the sub-spindle. Tap on the alignment barflange and indicate it to zero runout. Jog th...

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    84SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Figure 3.3-3Repeat steps 4 and 5 until the flatness is within specifications.6.With the indicator on the nose of the test bar, place the indicator tip on the top of the beveled lip ofthe main spindle and set it to zero. (See figure 3.3-1)7.Rotat...

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    85MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.4 TAILSTOCK ALIGNMENTTailstock alignment procedures should only be done after the X and Z axes have been checked forproper alignment.There are two different tailstocks, a one-piece original design and the newer two-piece design. If thetailstoc...

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    86SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004 Figure 3.4-1. Tailstock leveling indicator setup.4.Raise the TS and bring up to center by equally turning the jack bolts ( do not turn one jack boltmore than 1/4 turn without turning the other). Adjust to within .0003" and lightly snug bo...

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    87MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.If the tailstock is out of alignment in both flatness and parallelism, remove the head from thetailstock base. Mark the shims so they can be installed in the same order, and inspect them. If thetailstock is only out of parallel alignment go to...

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    88SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20044.Loosen the four SHCS that attach the tailstock foot to the lathe base and back out the set screwsat the base of the foot. Push the tailstock foot as close to the turret as possible. Place the indica-tor stylus onto the machined surface along t...

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    89MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Run the screw nut completely down to its farthest travel (far right).Figure 3.4-4 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...

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    90SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Then mount a tenths indicator to the nose of the test bar.4.Make sure the fill hole at the back of the tailstock casting is not clogged5.Install the tailstock insert and three mounting screws.6.Insert the tailstock taper alignment bar.7.Positi...

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    91MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.Move to mid travel before disconnecting3.Disconnect the hydraulic lines from both ends of the cylinder.CAUTION!Although the hydraulic system is not under pressure oil will spill outof the hydraulic lines once disconnected from the cylinder. Ha...

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    92SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.5 TRANSMISSIONRemovalTOOLS REQUIRED:•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, the...

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    93MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Installation1.Place lifting straps under new transmission assembly and lift just enough to put tension on thecables.NOTE:If you are using a floor jack, slide the jack under the front side of the machine.Being careful not to damage any components...

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    94SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Installation1.Install new belts on the spindle pulley. These need to be a matched set.Note:The next step requires the use of additional lifting means, for example use aforklift to pick up the assembly. Use lifting eyes to lift and position the m...

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    95MECHANICAL SERVICESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.6 GRID OFFSET CALCULATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to set the grid offset.GUIDELINES -The encoder Z channel signal must occur between 1/8 and 7/8 revolution from where the home switch isreleased. If DISTANCE TO...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE96SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.7 LUBE AIR PANELMAXMIN1087564321119AIRAIRFigure 3.7-1. 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...

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    97SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004123456891077Figure 3.7-2. 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 a descrip-tion of its specific function.1.Air Pressure Switch - Monitors the air supply pr...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE98SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004LUBE PANEL REMOVALCAUTION!Power off the machine before performing the following procedure.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 at ...

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    99SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.8 HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT RemovalCAUTION! Power off the machine before performing this procedure.1.Remove necessary panels to access the hydraulic unit.2.Loosen and disconnect the drawtube clamp and unclamp hoses. Drain the hydraulic fluid.3.If t...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE100SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004INSTALLATIONCAUTION! 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 and solenoid valve cable.4.Replac...

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    101SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SERIES HYDRAULIC SCHEMATICSChuck and Tailstock 6GPMCASEFILLPORT2HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH6 GPM550 PSI10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA10.07040 PSIDECR(PS)M...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE102SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Chuck Only 6GPMCASEFILLPORT2HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH6 GPM550 PSI10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA140 PSIDECR(PS)M1R1M2R2B2TAILSTOCKA20-600PSI0-600PSITANK

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    103SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Chuck and Subspindle 6GPMTANKCASEFILLPORT2HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH6 GPM550 PSI10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA140 PSIDECR(PS)M1R1M2R2B2SUBSPINDLEA20-600PSI0...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE104SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Chuck Only 3GPMTANKCASEFILLPORT1.5 HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH3 GPM550 PSI10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA140 PSIDECR(PS)M1R1M2R2B2TAILSTOCKA20-600PSI0-600PSI

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    105SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004Chuck and Tailstock 3GPMTANKCASEFILLPORT1.5 HPMTANKFILL1 IN FEMALEPIPE COUPLERLEVELTEMPGAGETANK DRAIN1/2 NPT8 GALLONRESERVOIRWITH BAFFLECASEDRAIN100MESH3 GPM550 PSI10 MICRON20 PSIBYPASSP1BRAKEB1CHUCKA10.07040 PSIDECR(PS)M1R1M2R20.047B2TAILSTOCK...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE106SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004LegendFilterNon-Return ValveLine JunctionPressure GaugeControl ValvesControl Valve(with spring return)OrificeElectrical Switch(with spring return)Power Take-OffControl Valve(direct operated bysolenoid withspring return)Pilot LineMotor CouplingV...

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    107SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.9 TURRET CROSS-SLIDE SPRINGWARNING!Power on machine, but DO NOT PRESS EMERGENCY STOP, or turret willfall during spring removal.REPLACEMENT1.Remove sliding tool changer cover, located in the back of the machine, to gain access to spring.Spring...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE108SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20046.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 bar for leverage when relievingspring tension.3/...

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    109SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20047.Remove cross slide spring and remove spring retainer located inside turret housing. Use accesshole located on the opposite side of turret to remove spring retainer. Replace used spring retainerwith new beveled spring retainer.NOTE:Old style b...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE110SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.10 PARTS CATCHERREMOVALCAUTION! Power off the machine before performing the following procedure.1.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 ...

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    111SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004INSTALLATION1.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...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE112SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.11 LATHE TOOL PROBEPROBE SETTING1.Power off the machine and unfasten the forward end panel on the left side of the machine.2.Loosen all fasteners and set screw on the mounting block.3.Lower tool setter arm to horizontal position. Install a tu...

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    113SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20044.Offset G54 must be set X=0, Z=0.5.Tool wear #1 must be set to 0.6.Handle jog to a position for clear X travel7.In OFFSET page, use F2 to set tool 1 work shift to centerline.8.Enter this program in MDI:G54G50 T5100X09.Run MDI program, the Tool...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE114SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004VERIFICATION ( Method assumes cut geometry is smaller than Tool Probe setting diameters.)O.D.25. Using Handle jog and an OD turning tool, OD turn a diameter. Set DISTANCE TO GO to X=0.000.26. Measure the diameter. (e.g. 2.125)27. Jog away in Z ...

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    115SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.12 BALL SCREW REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace the ball screws.TOOLS REQUIRED:•Spanner Wrench (32mm or 40/50mm)•Shaft Lock (32mm or 40/50mm)Z-AXIS BALL SCREW REMOVAL1.Turn the mach...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE116SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004d.Push the wedge all the way towards the motor end. Underneath the wedge, remove the SHCS thatattach the ball screw nut to the nut housing. Pull the ball screw forward to clear the nut from thehousing and angle the ball screw towards the right ...

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    117SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004CAUTION!Do not use more than one drop of Loctite. An excessive amount willcause a film to develop between the sleeve and housing which couldresult in backlash.3.The following sequence is important to ensure proper installation of the ball screw...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE118SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004 a.On the bearing support end, install the lock nut an 1/8" away from the bearing and tightenclamp nut screw. Install the shaft lock into the bearing support end of the ball screw.CAUTION! Do not attach bearing clamp nut against bearing ...

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    119SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.Torque the SHCS on the face of the nut. Run the ballscrew nut to the motor end of the ballscrew.screw down the SHCS (do not torque) the bearing support.6.Run the ballscrew nut to the bearing end of the ballscrew. Run the ballscrew nut back to...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE120SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004TemperatureSensorOil LineCoupler Installation ToolFigure 3.12-3Figure 3.12-47.Carefully handle jog the X-axis until there is just enough room to install the coupler installation tool(P/N T-1451). Install the coupler installation tool into the c...

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    121SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004e. 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 BoxWedgeUpperBearingRetai...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE122SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.Reinstall the lock nut onto the bearing support end of the ball screw. Torque the lock nut to 50 ft-lbs and then torque the SHCS in the lock nut to 15 in-lbs.6.Thread the ball nut up the ball screw until the nut is back in alignment with the ...

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    123SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.13 C-AXISNOTE:This option requires the use of a second MOCON PCB. Care should be takenwhen tracing signals to and from the MOCONs.LUBRICATIONThe C-Axis gears are automatically lubricated by the machine lube system. The gears are lubricated wi...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE124SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20042.Press <SETNG GRAPH> and turn setting #7 off. Press <ALARM MESGS>, Type DEBUG andpress <ENTER>.3.Press <ZERO RETURN>, type “C” and Press <ZERO SINGLE AXIS>4.Set parameter 278 (C-axis drive) to zero (0), which ...

  • Page 126

    125SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 2004SETTING GEAR MESH CONTACT LOAD1.Install the in-line air regulator to the actuator block, adjust the air pressure on the regulator to 45psi. Activate the air supply to the C-Axis pivot block. Ensure the regulator is set to 45psi.2.Loosen the two...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE126SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20043.14 AUTO DOOR REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENTThe 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 machine.2...

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    127SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.Loosen the front two FBHCS on the door drive mount. This will loosen the tension on the chain.Remove the chain from the sprocket on the clutch assembly.4.Cut the cable ties that fasten the clutch cable to the motor mount. Loosen the two (2) s...

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE128SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004CHAIN REPLACEMENT AND ADJUSTMENTChain Removal1.Shut off power to the machine.2.Loosen the front two FBHCS on the door drive mount. This will loosen the tension on the chain.3.Detach the master chain link from the left and right sides of the cha...

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    129SL-SeriesMECHANICAL SERVICE96-8710 rev JJune 20043.15 WAY COVERSMINI-LATHE X-AXIS WAYCOVERSRemovalThe front and rear way covers are removed in the same manner; but have to be done independently. Thefollowing describes the steps to remove the front way cover - The rear is done in similarly.1....

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    MECHANICAL SERVICE130SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004(8X) SHCSTop Rail Bulkhead6.Remove the 4 screws holding the front flange to the front of the machine.7.Remove the way cover from the machine.Installation1.Install the new way cover.2.Loosely install the top rail bolts.3.Jog the X-axis all the w...

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    131SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE4. ELECTRICAL SERVICE40Install lock-out claspand lock with paddlockto secure Circuit Breakerin the OFF positionMake sure the circuit breaker is locked in the off position before attempting any electrical work to avoid pos-sible shock.4.1 SOLENO...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE13296-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesTURRET CLAMP/UNCLAMP SOLENOIDREMOVAL -1.Turn machine power off and remove the air supply from the machine.2.Disconnect the three air hoses from the turret clamp/unclamp solenoid (see section 3.6).3.Disconnect exhaust lines.4.Unplug the solenoid...

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    133SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE3.Disconnect the electrical leads from the main air line pressure switch.4.Unscrew the solenoid assembly pressure gauge from the assembly.5.Unscrew the entire solenoid assembly from the T-fitting.Pressure GaugeLube LineMain Air LinePressure Swi...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE13496-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series4.2. LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to adjust the line voltage.TOOLS REQUIRED:•LARGE FLAT TIP SCREWDRIVER•DIGITAL VOLTMETERELECTRICAL CONNECTIONSNOTE:The machine must have air pressure at ...

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    135SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICENOTE:Make sure that the service wires actually go into the terminal-block clamps. (Itis easy to miss the clamp and tighten the screw. The connection looks fine butthe machine runs intermittently or has other problems, such as servo over-loads.)...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE13696-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series5.Set the main switch to ON (rotate the shaft that engages the handle on the panel door clockwiseuntil it snaps into the ON position). Check for evidence of problems, such as the smell of overheat-ing components or smoke. If such problems are i...

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    137SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICEWARNING!ALL POWER MUST BE TURNED OFF AT THE SOURCE PRIOR TO ADJUSTINGPHASING.9.Turn off the power (rotate the shaft that engages the handle on the panel door counterclockwiseuntil it snaps into the OFF position). Also, set the main switch handl...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE13896-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesThis should produce a voltage on the secondary side of 234-243 V RMS L-L. Verify this and readjust the tapsas required. At the machine, connect the cables at the input of the internal 230V transformer to the 227-243Vtaps. Apply power to the mac...

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    139SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE4.3 FUSE REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any fuses.TOOLS REQUIRED:•REPLACEMENT FUSESOVERVOLTAGE FUSESWARNING!The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power hasbeen shut off a...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE14096-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series32-4076G Rev.AFU7C4C3C2C7C6C5C1NE210A 115VMAIN10A 230VCOOLANT10A 115VRTY/USER POWER10A 230VTSC COOLANTSPARE FUSESP1P2P3P4P5P6P7P8P9P10P11P12P13P14P15P16P17P18P19P20P21P22P23P24P25P26P27P28P30P31P32P33P34P35P29TB1TB3TB2NE1NE4FU8FU12 FU11 FU10FU9...

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    141SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE4.4 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 the...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE14296-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesVIDEO / KEYBOARD -NOTE: Refer to "Cable Locations" for a diagram of this board.8.Remove the MOCON (or MOTIF) board as described in Steps 1-5.9.Disconnect all leads to the Video / Keyboard. Ensure all cables are properly labeled for re...

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    143SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE5.Remove the board by first removing the twelve screws that fasten it to the cabinet. Take care tohold the board in place until all screws have been removed.6.Replace the I/O board, attaching it to the cabinet with the twelve screws previously ...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE14496-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesRS-232 PCBNOTE: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) to the off position.3....

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    145SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICERS-232 SERIAL INTERFACEThere are two connectors used for the RS-232 interface. The RS-232 connector on the back of most PC's is amale DB-25, so only one type of cable is required for connection to the controller, or between controllers. Thiscab...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE14696-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series4.5 FRONT PANELPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any component of thecontrol panel.LCD ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENTCAUTION! Use an electro-static discharge (ESD) strap on wrist when working insidethe pendant.1.Turn t...

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    147SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE8.Plug the keyboard cables into the new receiver board (P1) and the power supply (TB2).9.Plug the power cable into the power supply board (TB1) and attach the green wire to ground.10. Plug the data cable into the receiver board (J3).11. Replace...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE14896-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesJOG HANDLE REPLACEMENTThe JOG handle is actually a 100-line-per-revolution encoder. We use 100 steps per revolution to move one ofthe servo axes. If no axis is selected for jogging, turning of the crank has no effect. When the axis being movedr...

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    149SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICE+5VBLK+5VREDGNDWHTAREDBGRNGNDWHT/REDAWHT/YELBWHT/BRNAYELBBRNBlank pin goes to thisside of connectorFigure 4.5-2. Jog handle encoder.4.Using the 5/64" allen wrench, loosen the two screws holding the knob to the control panel andremove.Figur...

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    ELECTRICAL SERVICE15096-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series2.Remove the 16 screws holding the cover panel on the back of the control panel. Take care to holdthe cover panel in place until all screws have been removed.3.Disconnect all leads to the switch's connectors. Ensure all leads are properly marke...

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    151SL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ELECTRICAL SERVICEFigure 4.5-5. Keypad installation.7.Insert the ribbon cable through the opening in the control panel. Expose the adhesive strip on theback of the keypad and press the keypad in place in the upper right corner of the keypad recess.Press to the c...

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    152SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045. TECHNICAL REFERENCE5.1 SPINDLESpindle 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). NOT TO BE CHANGED BY USER!Two M codes, M41 (...

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    153TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.3 LIVE TOOLING OPERATIONLive tool motor speed functions are controlled primarily by the Q address code. The Q address specifies RPMin integer values from 1 to maximum spindle speed (Parameter 131). NOT TO BE CHANGED BY USER! Themaximum spind...

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    154SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.4 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 mac...

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    155TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.5 INPUT/OUTPUT ASSEMBLYThe IOPCB contains a circuit for sensing a ground fault condition of the servo power supply. If more than 0.5amps is detected flowing through the grounding connection of the 160V DC buss, a ground fault alarm isgenerat...

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    156SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 2004NOTETool changer alarms can be easily corrected by first correcting any mechanicalproblem, pressing RESET until the alarms are clear, selecting ZERO RE-TURN mode, and selecting AUTO ALL AXES.If the turret should become jammed, the control will...

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    157TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004The following illustration shows the connectors on the side of the control cabinet.SPAREHPCCOOLANTCONVEYORFUNCTION-M-CHIPBARFEEDERLIMITSWITCHESTAILSTOCKCATCHERLTP/PARTSTURRET-Z-AXISTOOLINGLIVEETHERNET-X-AXISSPARESPAREPORT 2SERIALPORT 1SERIALSP...

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    158SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.7 MICROPROCESSOR ASSEMBLYThe microprocessor assembly is in the rear cabinet at the top left position. It contains three large boards. Theyare: microprocessor, the video and the MOCON. All three boards of the processor assembly receive power ...

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    159TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004There is a two-position DIP switch on the processor PCB labeled S1. Switch S1-1 must beON to auto-start the CNC operational program. If S1-1 is OFF, the PGM light will remain off.Switch S2-1 is used to enable FLASH. If it is disabled it will n...

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    160SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.8 HAAS VECTOR DRIVEThe Haas vector drive is a current amplifier controlled by the MOCON software, using the C axis output. Thevector drive parameters are a part of the machine parameters and are accessible through the Haas front panel.The sp...

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    161TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.10 POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLYAll power to the control passes through the power supply assembly. It is located on the upper right corner ofthe control cabinet.MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER CB1Circuit breaker CB1 is rated at 40 amps (20 amps for High Voltag...

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    162SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 2004LOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLYThe low voltage power supply provides +5V DC, +12V DC, and -12V DC to all of the logic sections of thecontrol. It operates from 115V AC nominal input power. It will continue to operate correctly over a 90V AC to133V AC ...

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    163TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.11 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 voltag...

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    164SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 2004VOLTAGE SELECTION TAPSThere are four labeled plastic terminal blocks for . Each block has three connections for wires labeled 74, 75,and 76. Follow the instructions printed on the transformer.SECONDARY CONNECTION TO T1The secondary output from...

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    165TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.12 FUSESThe brushless amplifier has one fuse, F1 15 amps. This fuse protects the amplifier itself from drastic damage. Ifthis fuse is ever blown, the associated motor will stop. This will only happen if there is a failure of the amplifiercar...

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    166SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.13 SPARE USER M CODE INTERFACEThe M code interface uses outputs M21-25 and one discrete input circuit. M codes M21 through M25 willactivate relays labeled M21-25. These relay contacts are isolated from all other circuits and may switch up to...

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    167TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURNING M FUNCTIONS ON AND OFFThe M code relays can also be separately turned on and off using M codes M51-M55 and M61-M65. M51 toM55 will turn on one of the eight relays and M61 to M65 will turn the relays off. M51 and M61 correspond toM21, e...

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    168SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.14 LUBRICATION PUMPThe lubrication system is a resistance type system which forces oil through metering units at each of the 16lubricating points within the machine. The system uses one metering unit at each of the lubricating points: onefo...

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    169TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.15 SWITCHESLAMP ON/OFF SWITCHAn on/off switch is supplied for the operator's lamp. It is located on the front panel.The operator's lamp is using 115 VAC taken from P19 on the main power distribution.DOOR OPEN SENSE SWITCHThe DOOR OPEN switch...

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    170SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 2004TURRET HOME SWITCHThe tool rotation turret has a switch that is activated when tool #1 is in the cutting position. At POWER ON thisswitch indicates that tool #1 is in the cutting position. If this switch is not active at power-on, the first to...

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    171TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.16 DIAGNOSTIC DATAThe ALARM MSGS display is the most important source of diagnostic data. At any time after the machinecompletes its power-up sequence, it will either perform a requested function or stop with an alarm. Refer to thealarms lis...

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    172SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 2004DISCRETE OUTPUTS #Name #Name1100Hyd Pump Enable1116Move Spigot CW1101Spare1117Move Spigot CCW1102Spare1118Pal Ready Light1103Spare1119T.S. High Pressure1104Spindle Brake1120Tool Turret Out1105Coolant Pump on1121T.S. Reverse1106Power Off1122T.S...

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    173TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004X Cable InputS Z CH Spindle Z ChannelY Cable InputZ Cable InputA Cable InputB Cable InputC Cable InputWhen equipped with the Temp-Track option, the X and Z ball screw temperatures are now displayed on theINPUTS2 diagnostics screen just above S...

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    174SL-SeriesTECHNICAL REFERENCE96-8710 rev JJune 20045.17 LIVE TOOLINGLive Tooling provides the ability to utilize standard 40mm VDI-driven tools, operated by a 5-HP motor. Thisauxiliary motor is capable of 0-3,000 RPM, controllable in 1 RPM increments.BRAKE13.25” (348mm) diameter disc, 500 ps...

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    175TECHNICAL REFERENCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20045.19 FORMULASTO FIND:TO FIND:S.F.MTO FIND THE SFM OF A CUTTER OR WORKPIECEEXAMPLE: To find the SFM of a cutter rotating at 600RPM with a diameter of 10 inches.SFM==.262xdxRPM123.1416xdxRPMR.P.M.TO FIND THE RPM OF A CUTTER OR WORKPIECEEXAMPLE: ...

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    176PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series6. PARAMETERSParameters are seldom-modified values that change the operation of the machine. These include servo motortypes, gear ratios, speeds, stored stroke limits, ball screw compensations, motor control delays and macrocall selections. These are a...

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    177PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series19 DIAMETER PRGUsed to set diameter programming. When set to 1, it will interpret inputsas diameters instead of radii.20 TRAVL LIMITSTravel limits are used.21 NO LIMSW ALMAlarms are not generated at the limit switches.22 D FILTER X8Enables the 8 tap ...

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    178PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series6 X MAX TRAVEL (STEPS)Max negative direction of travel from machine zero in encoder steps. Does not apply to A-axis.Thus, a 20 inch travel, 8192 line encoder and 6 mm pitch screw give: 20.0 x 138718 = 27743607 X ACCELERATIONMaximum acceleration of axi...

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    179PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series24 Y FUSE LEVELSee Parameter 10 for description.25 Y BACK EMFSee Parameter 11 for description.26 Y STEPS/REVOLUTIONSee Parameter 12 for description.27 Y BACKLASHSee Parameter 13 for description.28 Y DEAD ZONESee Parameter 14 for description.29 Z SWITCH...

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    180PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series43 A SWITCHESSee Parameter 1 for description.44 TURRET P GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.45 TURRET D GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.46 TURRET I GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.47 TURRET RATIO (STEPS/UNIT)See Parameter 5 for descriptio...

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    181PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series6 NETWORK/ZIPThis is used to activate the internal Zip/Enet PC104 board at power-ontime. When it is set to 0, the CNC will not access the board. When it is setto 1, the CNC will access it at power-on time and display the message“LOADING” on the Zi...

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    182PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series58 LEAD COMPENS SHIFTShift factor when applying ball screw compensation. Ball screw compensation is based on atable of 256 offsets; each +\-127 encoder steps. A single entry in the table applies over adistance equal to two raised to this parameter pow...

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    183PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series72 LIVE TOOL CHNG DLAYThis parameter specifies the amount of time (in milli seconds) to wait after commanding theLive Tooling Drive motor to turn at the velocity specified by parameter 143. This process isrequired to engage the live tooling motor and...

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    184PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series82 M MACRO CALL O9001Same as 81.83 M MACRO CALL O9002Same as 81.84 M MACRO CALL O9003Same as 81.85 M MACRO CALL O9004Same as 81.86 M MACRO CALL O9005Same as 81.87 M MACRO CALL O9006Same as 81. 88 M MACRO CALL O9007Same as 81. 89 M MACRO CALL ...

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    185PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series 97 G MACRO CALL O9016Same as 91. 98 G MACRO CALL O9017Same as 91. 99 G MACRO CALL O9018Same as 91.100 G MACRO CALL O9019Same as 91.101 IN POSITION LIMIT XHow close motor must be to endpoint before any move is considered complete when not inexa...

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    186PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series115 Z ACC/DEC T CONSTSame definition as Parameter 113.116 A ACC/DEC T CONSTSame definition as Parameter 113.117 LUB CYCLE TIMEIf this is set nonzero, it is the cycle time for the lube pump and the lube pressure switch optionis checked for cycling in ...

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    187PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series132 Y SCREW COMP. COEF.This parameter is used to hold the thermal compensation coefficient. This is the coefficient ofheating of the ball screw. This parameter should be set to zero.133 Z SCREW COMP. COEF.This parameter is used to hold the thermal co...

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    188PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series150 MAX SP RPM LOW GEARMaximum spindle RPM in low gear.151 B SWITCHESSee Parameter 1 for description.152 B P GAINSee Parameter 2 for description.153 B D GAINSee Parameter 3 for description.154 B I GAINSee Parameter 4 for description.155 B RATIO (STEP...

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    189PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series169 B PHASE OFFSETSee Parameter 121 for description.170 B GRID OFFSETSee Parameter 125 for description.171 B EXACT STOP DIST.See Parameter 134 for description.172 B FRICTION COMPENSATIONSee Parameter 138 for description.173 B ACCEL FEED FORWARDSee Para...

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    190PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series183 C MAX SPEEDThis name is used when a Vector Drive is installed. See Parameter 8 for description. If aVector Drive is not installed this parameter is not used.184 C MAX ERRORSee Parameter 9 for description.185 C FUSE LEVELSee Parameter 10 for descri...

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    191PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series194 C SP STOP SPEEDThis name is used when a Vector Drive is installed. The spindle is considered to be stopped(discrete input SP ST*=0) when the speed drops below this value. Units are encoder steps/millisecond. If a Vector Drive is not installed this ...

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    192PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series208 SPIN. FAN OFF DELAYDelay for turning the spindle fan off after the spindle has been turned off.209 COMMON SWITCH 2This is a collection of general purpose single bit flags used to turn some functions on and off.The left and right cursor arrows are...

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    193PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series27 RAPID EXSTOPDefault is 1. When this bit is set to 1, the control will execute an exactstop after all rapid motions, regardless of the next motion. When set tozero, the control will exact stop after a rapid only if the next motion is not arapid mo...

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    194PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series222 LOW HYD. IGNOREThe amount of time that the control ignores the LO HYD input bit after servos have beenengaged. The hydraulic unit requires a short period of time to come up to pressure. The defaultvalue is 50, which is equal to 1 second.226 EDIT...

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    195PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series238 SPINDLE AT SPEED %This parameter is used to allow a program to command the spindle to a certain speed andthen continue to the next block before the spindle has actually reached that speed. This isintended to make G-code programs run faster becaus...

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    196PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series252 TAILSTOCK OVERLOAD -DIRDetermines the overload limit when the tailstock is traveling in the minus direction, toward thespindle. This is an arbitrary value based on the effective voltage being sent to the tailstockservo motor. If this value is too ...

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    197PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series8 NO ZERO/NOHOMEThis feature is intended for lathes that have extra tools mounted on theoutside of the turret. If this bit is set to zero, it will have no effect. If it is setto 1, the associated axis will not move when POWER UP/RESTART,HOME G28 or AUT...

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    198PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series4 Z 2ND HOME BTNUsed to move axis to coordinate specified in Work Ofset G1295 Z NEG COMP DIRUsed to negate the direction of thermal compensation7 MAX TRAV INP8 NO ZERO/NOHOMEThis feature is intended for lathes that have extra tools mounted on theoutsid...

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    199PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series3 TH SNSR COMPThis parameter is used for Ball Screw Thermal Compensation via atemperature sensor attached to the ball nut. When this bit is set to 1, thefeature is activated for that axis. Note that the feature can only be usedwhen temperature sensors ...

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    200PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series272 X THERM COMP T. CONSTThis parameter supports Ball Screw Thermal Compensation. The value is the time constantthat govern the rate of cool down of the screw. This parameter should be set to -5000.273 Y THERM COMP T. CONSTThis parameter supports Ball...

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    201PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series14 SP MOT OT NCSpindle Motor Over Temperature Normally Closed. This bit specifies thetype (normally open normally closed) of the spindle temperature sensor.This bit should be set to 1 for machines with a Haas Vector Drive, and 0for machines without a V...

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    202PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series291 HYDRAULIC TAIL STK NO MOTION DETEC TIMEThe number in milliseconds that must pass with no B-axis encoder change before the controldecides that the tailstock has stopped. The parameter affects homing and alarm situations onthe tailstock. If the tail...

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    203PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesNOTE: The last commanded feed rate will be restored at the end of the program execution, orwhen the operator presses RESET or turns off the AUTOFEED feature.NOTE: The operator may use the feed rate override buttons while the AUTOFEED feature is activ...

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    204PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series11 SETING 92 ENThis parameter bit is intended to prevent damage to lathes fitted with apneumatic double-chuck. If setting 92 CHUCK CLAMPING is switchedfrom O.D. to I.D. or back while the spindle is turning, the chuck will beconsidered clamped in the op...

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    205PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series320 MIN RETRACT POSThis parameter supports the Haas Servo Bar 300 barfeeder. This is the minimum spacebetween bar and push rod when retracted. Units are inches*10,000321 PUSH ROD ZERO POSThis parameter supports the Haas Servo Bar 300 barfeeder. This ...

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    206PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series337 B LS PER REVSame as parameter 333.339 X SPINDLE THERM COEF.This parameter supports the Spindle Head Thermal Compensation feature. It should be set to8000.340 Y SPINDLE THERM COEF.This parameter supports the Spindle Head Thermal Compensation feat...

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    207PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series353 MAX SUBSPINDLE RPMThis is the maximum RPM available to the subspindle. This parameter works in conjunctionwith parameters 570 and 571354 U SWITCH ASee Parameter 1 for description.390 V SWITCH ASee Parameter 1 for description.426 W SWITCH ASee P...

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    208PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series578 SS HIGH GR MIN SPDCommand speed used to rotate subspindle motor when orienting subspindle in high gear. Unitsare maximum subspindle RPM divided by 4096.579 SS LOW GR MIN SPDCommand speed used to rotate subspindle motor when orienting subspindle...

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    209PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series588 X ENC. SCALE FACTORThese are new axis parameters that work in place of the axis parameters called SCALE/X LOand SCALE/X HI. If SCALE FACT/X is set to 1, the scale ratio is determined by SCALE/X LOand SCALE/X HI as follows: HI LO 0 0 3 0 ...

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    210PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series602 CHUCK FACE DISTANCEThis parameter supports the brushless bar feeder. When executing G105 Q4, a new bar isloaded, measured and pushed through the spindle and halted just before the chuck face. Thisparameter specifies the distance (in 1/10000 inch)...

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    211PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series638 X AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 6 on 5.02 and later software.639 Y AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to 1 on machines originally shipped with 5.02 and later software.640 Z AXIS MOCON CHANNELSame as Parameter 632 Set to...

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    212PARAMETERS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series720 Coor OverrideUsed to change the color of the spindle and axis override text displayed on the CurrentCommands page on an LCD monitor. See color values listed for parameter 715.ELECTRONIC THERMAL COMPENSATIONWhen ballscrews rotate they generate heat....

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    213MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047. MAINTENANCE7.1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTSOperating Temperature Range41°F to 104°F (5 to 40°C)Storage Temperature Range-4°F to 158°F (-20 to 70°C)Ambient Humidity: 20% – 95% relative humidity, non-condensingAltitude: 0-7000 ft.ELECTRICITY REQUIRE...

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    214MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004WARNING!A separate earth ground wire of the same conductor size as the input power is required to be connected to thechassis of the machine. This ground wire is required for operator safety and for proper operation. This groundmust be supplied from th...

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    215MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.2 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULEThe following is a list of required regular maintenance for the HAAS SL-Series Turning Centers. Listed are thefrequency of service, capacities, and type of fluids required. These required specifications must be followed inorder...

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    216MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.3 LUBRICATION CHARTMETIYTICAPACEPYTDIULFTNALOOC)04-LSrofsnollag57,03-LSrof05(snollag04liocitehtnyselbulos-retaWdesabcitehtnysrodesab*.tnacirbul/tnalooc.sdiuqiLelbammalFoNEBULYAWelytspmupnognidneped.tQ5.2-22#artcaVNOISSIMSNART.zo4352ETDeliboM*Mineral...

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    217MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.4 CHUCK MAINTENANCEECNANETNIAMKCUHC.desaergylhguorohteratrapgnivomllaerusnE.swajnoraewevissecxerofkcehC.raewevissecxerofstun-TkcehC.egamadrofstlobgniniatertnorfkcehC.snoitacificeps'serutcafunamehtotgnidroccaninekorbebdluohsskcuhC,gnipmalcreporpmi,re...

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    218MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.6 TRANSMISSION OILCAUTION!Power down the machine before performing any maintenance tasks.Oil CheckCheck the oil level at the sight glass throught the opening in the side of the machine as shown in the illustra-tion. Fill as needed through the fill p...

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    219MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.7 CHIP AUGERMAINTENANCEDuring normal operation, most chips are discharged from the machine at the discharge tube. However, verysmall chips may flow through the drain and collect in the coolant tank strainer. To prevent drain blockage, cleanthis trap...

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    220MAINTENANCESL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20047.10 INTERIOR WORKLIGHT1.TURN OFF power to the machine at the main breaker.2.Remove the light lens by bowing it over the lower light tabs and pulling it down.3.Remove the light bulb and replace.4.Replace the light lens and restore power to the machine...

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    221CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series8. PCB's, CABLE LOCATIONS AND BOARD DIAGRAMSShown below are three types of commonly used cable connectors. They are shown as seen when pluggedinto the pc board. These diagrams are to aid in locating the pins for trouble shooting. Note:The numberi...

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    222CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSERIALPORT1SERIALPORT2ETHERNETBARFEEDERAXISSUBSPINDLELIVETOOLING-Z-AXISTURRET-X-AXISLIMITSWITCHESBARFEEDERTAILSTOCKCONTROLCABINET-C-AXISSPARE-1HPCCOOLANTMFIN/CLGCHIPCONVEYORSPARE-2190200300A880A890950UNCLAMPFROMSPINDLEHEADTOI/OPCBCOOLANTSPIGOTMOTO...

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    223CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series PROC.PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #J1ADDRESS BUSSVIDEO——- J2DATA BUSSMOTIF PCB——-J3860LOW VOLTAGEPOWER SUPPLY PCB——-J6N/AEXTERNAL BATTERY(EXT. BATTERY)——-J4850SERIAL PORT #1SERIAL PORT #1——-J5850ASERIAL P...

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    224CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesBRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER - P/N 93-5550CTO SERVO MOTOR335VDC (FROM HAAS VECTOR DRIVE)LOW VOLTAGE (INPUT)SERVO DRIVE SIGNAL ( FROM MOCON)

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    225CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesBRUSHLESS SERVO AMPLIFIER - P/N 93-5550CCABLE CONNECTIONS MOCONPLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #X AXIS AMPP570LOW VOLTAGEL. V. POWER SUPPLY——-TB A, B, C——-MOTOR DRIVEX SERVO MOTOR——-P610X DRIVE SIGNALMOCON PCBP2TB -HV +HV49...

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    226CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesFU7C4C3C2C7C6C5C1NE210A 115VMAIN10A 230VCOOLANT10A 115VRTY/USER POWER10A 230VTSC COOLANTSPARE FUSESP1P2P3P4P5P6P7P8P9P10P11P12P13P14P15P16P17P18P19P20P21P22P23P24P25P26P27P28P30P31P32P33P34P35P29TB1TB3TB2NE1NE4FU8FU12 FU11 FU10FU9NE6NE5NE3FU13FU12...

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    227CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesPOWER PCB - P/N 93-0227ACABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG#P1+12VDCCNC Unit FanP290B115VACLow Voltage Power SupplyP390B115VACProbe PSP490B115VACWork LightP590B115VACSwitch Door FanP690B115VACServo FanP790B115VACDelta-WyeP886...

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    228CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesI/O PCB T - P/N 32-3080T CABLE CONNECTIONSI/O PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1140BChip ConveyorP2820BTT Unlock/LockP3820C-axis Engage/DisengageP4900SpareP5770E-Stop Switch AP6770AE-Stop Switch BP7770BE-Stop Switch CP81050Door OpenP91050ADoor Ope...

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    229CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesI/O PCB T - P/N 93-0228A CABLE CONNECTIONSI/O PLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P15890Spare / GearboxP16780SpareP17410TS Foot Sw, Sub Spndl Chuck Foot SwitchP18790Probe HomeP19190Chuck uncl foot switch / low phaseP20190ANot UsedP21240BF Load Bar/Q...

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    230CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesPLUG#CABLE# TO LOCATIONPLUG#P1700PROCESSOR850P2—-KEYPAD—-P3700ACYCLE START/HOLD SWITCHES—-P4720SP LOAD METERP4P5705P5P6—-—-J1750A—-J2150REMOTE JOG HANDLE—-J3750MOCONP18J5—-(MIKRON ONLY)—-J7—-EXTERNAL KEYBOARD—-J12860CFT. PANE...

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    231CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesVIDEO PLUG # CABLE #SIGNAL NAME ð TO ð LOCATIONPLUG #P1860LOW VOLTAGEPOWER SUPPLY PCB——-J3*700KEYBOARD INFO.KEYBOARD INT.——-J4——-ADDRESS BUSSMICRO PROC. PCB——-J5——-DATA BUSSMOTIF PCB——-J10——-FLOPPY DR. POWERFLOPPY...

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    232CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesMOCON PCB - P/N 93-1067FP30P31P16P33P32P5P4P3P2P18P20P6P7P8P9P24P10P17P21P22P11P13P15P1P19P26P27P28P3432-4023NP12P14U43J2INSTALL JUMPER FORMOCON 2

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    233CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesMOCON PCB - P/N 93-1067FCABLE CONNECTIONSMOCON PLUG #CABLE #SIGNAL NAME TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1——-DATA BUSSVIDEO PCB——-MICRO PROC. PCB——-P2610X DRIVE SIGNALX SERVO DRIVE AMP. PP3620Y DRIVE SIGNALY SERVO DRIVE AMP. PP4630Z DRIVE SIGNALZ SER...

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    234CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesRS-232 PORT #1 PCB - P/N 32-4090CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1---------------------------- EXTERNALJ1850VIDEO &J13 EXTERNALKEYBOARDGNDPIN 1P1P2P334-4090

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    235CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesOPTICAL ENCODER PCB - P/N 32-0400A (SL-20, SL-30)CABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1690BMOCON——-

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    236CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesTRANSMISSION P.S. / HYDRAULIC C.B. PCB P/N 93-4095ECABLE CONNECTIONSPLUG #CABLE # TO LOCATIONPLUG #P1880BIO PCBP12P290POWER PCBP8P3410GEAR BOXP4350IO PCBP54TB2340HYDRAULIC MTRTB370MAIN TRANSFORMER(VECTOR DRIVE UNIT)FU1115 VAC115 V Servo Brake880B/P1

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    237CABLE LOCATIONS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesY-DELTA SWITCH ASSEMBLY P/N 32-5851B (40T 10HP)P/N 32-5864A (SUPER SPEED AND 50T)K4K5TO IO PCB, P58TO IO PCB, P12TO HAAS VECTOR DRIVETO SPINDLE MOTOR650ATO K5 AUXTO K5 COILTO K5 COILTO K4 COILTO K4 COIL650B

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    CABLE LIST23896-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series9. CABLE LISTThe following is a summary of the cables used in the wiring of this control:WIRE/TERMINALFUNCTION NAME:NUMBERINCOMING POWER 195-260 VAC (354-488 VAC OPTIONAL)L1INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 1, TO CB1-1L2INCOMING 195-260VAC, PHASE 2, TO CB1-2L...

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    239CABLE LIST96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series140230VAC 3PH POWER TO CHIP CONVEYOR MOTOR141PHASE A 230VAC142PHASE B 230VAC143PHASE C 230VAC144STARTING WINDING 230VAC145STARTING WINDING 230VAC140A230VAC 3PH POWER IN CONDUIT TO CHIP CONVEYOR141APHASE A 230VAC142BPHASE B 230VAC143BPHASE C 230VAC1603P...

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    CABLE LIST24096-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series270TAILSTOCK RAPID OPTION271115VAC272115VAC RETURN273SHIELD DRAIN280115 VAC RED/GREEN BEACON CABLE - SHIELD + 3281RED LAMP 115VAC282GREEN LAMP 115VAC283COMMON 115VAC284SHIELD DRAIN290CABLE OP LIGHT + SPINDLE MOTOR FAN291115VAC292115VAC RETURN293SHIELD ...

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    241CABLE LIST96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series490A320VDC 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 SPIND...

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    CABLE LIST24296-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series640C-7B PHASE RETURN640C-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 O...

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    243CABLE LIST96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series740POWER 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...

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    CABLE LIST24496-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series826SHIELD 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) - AUXILIARY PORT TOROTA...

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    245CABLE LIST96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series902RETURN #20903SHIELD DRAIN910115 VAC CIRCUIT BREAKER (CB4) TO SOLENOIDS - SHIELD +2911115VAC #20912RETURN #20913SHIELD DRAIN910ASPARE 115VAC911A115VAC #20912ARETURN #20913ASHIELD DRAIN910B115VAC TO SERVO FAN - SHIELD +2911B115VAC #20912BRETURN #20913...

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    CABLE LIST24696-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series990HOME SENSORS - SHIELD +4 (ALL #20)991COMMON (DATA GROUND)992X-AXIS HOME SWITCH993Y-AXIS HOME SWITCH994Z-AXIS HOME SWITCH995SHIELD DRAIN1000SPINDLE ENCODER CABLE (MOCON SIDE CONNECTION) ALL #241000-1LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND)1000-2ENCODER A CHANNEL1000-...

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    247ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesELECTRICAL WIRINGDIAGRAMS

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    248ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAMHAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIES PAGE AITEM DESCRIPTIONPAGE #CONTROL LAYOUT DIAGRAMMFIN\CLGCHIP CONVEYORBARFEEDERLIMIT SWITCHESTAILSTOCKC AXISRELAY COIL DRIVERS, IOPCBITEM DESCRIPTIONPAGE #TURRETZ AXISSERIAL PORT 2SUB SPINDLESERIAL...

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    249ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesHAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIES PAGE BLOW LUBE/LOW COOLANT/SOLENOIDSTOOLCHANGER/OVERHEAT SENSORS/GEAR BOX SWITCHES195-260 VACVIDEO, KEYBOARD, AND JOGNOTE FOR HIGH VOLTAGE IN, SEE PAGE C.SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM - LOW VOLTAGE (HIGH VOLTAGE)CHIP CONVEYORAN...

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    250ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    251ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    252ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    253ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesDATA BUSADDRESS BUSMOCONIOPCBIOPCBIOPCBIOPCBZ DRIVE SIGA DRIVE SIGLOAD METERLOW VOLTAGE POWERX DRIVE SIGY DRIVE SIG(LIVE TOOLING)530510720540P16520P17 P22RELAYS 1-8RELAYS 9-16RELAYS 17-24RELAYS 25-32610860P15670680550VOLTAGE MONITOR 0-5VIOPCBY...

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    254ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    255ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    256ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    257ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesRELAY COIL DRIVERS, K1 THROUGH K8HAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIES PAGE 80VDCMOCON PCB+12VDC+12VDCP11PIN 16+12VDCPIN 120VDC+12VDC0VDCPIN 15PIN 14PIN 130VDC+12VDC0VDCPIN 11PIN 10PIN 9SPINDLE LUBEI/O PCBLE 8P1PIN 16GEAR BOX OIL PUMPWAY LUBE PUMPSPINDLE F...

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    258ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesRELAY COIL DRIVERS, K9 THROUGH K16HAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIES PAGE 90VDCMOCON PCB+12VDC+12VDCP12PIN 16PIN 12+12VDC0VDC+12VDC0VDCPIN 15PIN 14PIN 130VDC0VDC+12VDCPIN 11PIN 10PIN 9I/O PCBCABLE520LE 16P2PIN 16LE 14PIN 12LE 15PIN 15PIN 14PIN 13PIN 11L...

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    259ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesHAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIES PAGE 100VDC +12VDC+12VDCP13PIN 16PIN 12+12VDC0VDC+12VDC0VDCPIN 15PIN 14PIN 130VDC0VDC+12VDCPIN 11PIN 10PIN 9LE 24P51PIN 16LE 22PIN 12LE 23PIN 15PIN 14PIN 13PIN 11LE 21PIN 10PIN 9SPARESPAREK24K23SPARE CTURRET OUTK22K210...

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    260ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    261ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    262ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    263ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSINGLE PHASE (REVERSIBLE)CHIP CONVEYOR MOTORMOMIT THESE WIRES FOR3 PHASE MOTOR (OPTIONAL)BFDCGP8ECHIPK35REVERSECONVEYORCHIP CONVEYOREARTH GNDCIRCUITFU2FU3ONCONVEYORCHIPK33K33THREE PHASE210 VAC INCHIP CONVEYOR MOTOROVERCURRENTDETECTIONHAAS AUTO...

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    264ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    265ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series

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    266ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesVTC Vector Drive

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    267ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesVTC Servo Amplifier

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    268ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesELECTRICAL SYMBOLSLIMIT SWITCH (OPEN)(LIGHT EMITTING DIODE)LIMIT SWITCH (CLOSED)HAAS AUTOMATIONSL SERIESMOTORM(FLOURESCENT)LEDOPTO-ISOLATORTRANSFORMERCAPACITORSOLENOIDRESISTORFU2FUSECIRCUIT BREAKERCOILDIODEGROUNDCIRCUIT BREAKER(SINGLE)(MULTI)V...

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    269ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSANDPARTS LISTS

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    270ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesPlane3Start 3Plane5Plane4Plane5Datum BPlane9LeftTopPlane4Start 3.406 C'Bore PlaneDatum C1234567891011121314Saddle AssemblyMini Lathe Base Assembly and Parts List1. 20-1226A Base Assembly2. 20-1336 Base Machined3. 62-0014 Motor4. 50-0017 X-Axis L...

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    271ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Plane4234567891011121314151SlideAssemblyMini Lathe Saddle Assembly and Parts List1. 20-1337 Saddle Machined2. 30-2924 Oil Line Assembly3. 24-8548 Screw Nut4. 24-8765 Z-Axis Ballscrew5. 20-1237 Ballscrew Support6. 20-4239 Sprocket (2)7. 20-0488A ...

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    272ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesBOTTOM VIEW1234Mini Lathe Slide Assembly and Parts List1. 20-1229 Tool Platter2. 20-1338 Slide Machined3. 50-0018 Z-Axis Linear Guide (2)

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    273ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Plane1123456789TailstockAssemblyWedgeAssemblySL-10 Casting Assembly and Parts List1. 62-0014 Motor6. 30-0153 Support Bearing Assembly2. 20-7010A Motor Mount Machined7. 20-0735 Snap Lock Ring Bumper3. 50-8766 X-axis Linear Guide Assembly8. 30-122...

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    274ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-10 Tailstock Assembly and Parts List1.57-0140O-Ring2.20-1070Gland Retainer3.20-1017Cylinder Head4.20-1012A Shaft5.57-0141Quad Ring6.57-0143Rod Seal7.57-0136Hydraulic Piston Seal8.20-1020Knock-Out Tube9.57-0020O-Ring10. 46-1653Hex Nut 5/16-18 ...

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    275ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004132456789111213141510Tool ChangerAssemblySL-10 Wedge Assembly and Parts List1. 62-0009 Motor9. 20-0928 Ring Bumper2. 30-1219 Coupling Assembly10. 20-0773 Bearing Support Housing Machined3. 20-7010A Motor Mount Machined11. 30-2244 Ball Screw A...

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    276ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series123456789101213111415161718192021222324252629282730313233SL-10 Tool Changer Assembly and Parts List1. 30-3076 Air Cylinder Assembly17. 24-4010 Belleville Washers (2)2. 62-0014 Motor18. 22-8550A TC Belleville Spacer3. 20-8512A Worm Housing19. 58-...

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    277ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-20 Casting Assembly and Parts List563242118168131415109117178122019222421231. 50-3400 Linear Guide2. 25-9746 Cable Clamp Base3. 20-9058 Ballscrew Bumper4. 25-7266 X-Axis Mounting Bracket5. 58-3030 Banjo...

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    278ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series25325181922212728209874612101714151631323435 36545755525350394948474240, 41SL-30 Casting Assembly w/Tailstock

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    279ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-30 Casting Assembly w/Tailstock Parts List1. 22-2629 Key stub shaft2. 62-0014 Motor3. 20-7010A Motor mount4. 25-7042A Snap lock motor mount cover plate5. 26-7233A Gasket, deflector shield6. 20-0143 Snap lock ring bumper7. 25-7267 Brack mounti...

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    280ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-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 Assembly6.20-0841Rea...

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    281ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Plane212345678910SL-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-...

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    282ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesPlane5Plane6Start 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)4.30-0154Mot...

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    283ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Plane1Plane3View Rotated 1808123456781091112131.20-0609Front Cap2.20-0608ASpindle 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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    284ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-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 Assembly6.25-7042ASnap Lock Motor Mount Cov...

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    285ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-30 Wedge Assembly and Parts List24232122201918171943286751110131216141525130-1044Oil Line Assembly2.25-7042A Snap Lock Motor Mount Cover Plate3.26-7233A Deflector Shield Gasket4.30-0618B X-Axis Ball Screw Assembly5.30-0593Wedge Oil Line Kit6....

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    286ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-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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    287ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-20 Tool Changer Assembly12 3 4 567 89 101112131516 1718 1920 21 22 232425262728293031323334353637383940414344454246474849505253545556575859606162636465

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    288ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-20 Tool Changer Assembly Parts List1. 51-2984 Thrust washer TRB-34462. 20-8523 Nut tool holder3. 57-2994 O-ring4. 56-2090 Retaining Ring RR-3005. 22-8538 Rod end spacer6. 32-2153 Unclamp switch7. 32-2154 Clamp switch8. 30-3650 Air Cylinder as...

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    289ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-30 Tool Changer Assembly12 345678910111213 14 1516 1718 19 20 2122 23242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556575859606162636465

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    290ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-30 Tool Changer Assembly Parts List1. 51-2984 Thrust washer TRB-34462. 20-8321 Nut tool holder3. 56-2090 Retaining ring RR-3004. 22-8538 Spacer rod end T/C5. 30-3650 Air cylinder assembly6. 56-9057 Retaining ring 5100-1507. 49-4115 Washer 1 1...

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    291ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-40 Tool Changer Assembly123456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17181920212223242526272829303132333435363738394041424344454647484950515253545556

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    292ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesSL-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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    293ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Ball Screw AssemblySPACER RINGBALL SCREW SUPPORTBEARING ASSEMBLYMOTOR MOUNTBEARING LOCKNUTMOTOR BEARING HOUSINGCOUPLING ASSEMBLYSUPPORT BEARING ASSEMBLYSNAP LOCKRING BMPRSNAP RINGLOCK BMPRBEARING LOCKNUT20-0141 SNAP LOCK RING BMPR 4.0020-0143 SN...

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    294ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesCoupling AssemblyWHERE USEDBS ASSY 32mm(1.26) x 33.27BS ASSY 32mm(1.26) x 48.23BS 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 A...

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    295ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Pendant ArmKnuckleKnuckle CoverKnuckle SwivelPlatePendant ArmMountWavy WasherLevelling ScrewPendant MountPARAMSETNGGRAPHHELPCALCNEXTTOOLRELEASETOOLPARTZEROSETTOOLOFFSETMEASUREMESGSALARMDGNOSPOSITOFFSETCOMDSPRGRMCONVRSDISPLAYCURNTOVERRIDESCUSORPA...

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    296ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series1.Steady Rest Unit2.20-1750 Steady Rest Mount Machined (SL-40/40L)3.20-1649 Steady Rest Mount Machined (SL-30)4.25-4598 Waycover LT T/S (SL-40/40L)25-8756A Waycover LT T/S (SL-30)5.48-0009 Dowel Pin 1/2 x 3 1/46.20-0858 Handle7.20-1626A Handle C...

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    297ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Foot Switch Assembly30-2203Foot Switch Assembly*25-1256Foot SwitchCover25-4742Foot SwitchCover25-1255AFoot SwitchCover25-1253AFoot Switch Bulkhead25-1252Foot Switch Pedal59-0069Foot Switch Spring59-1041Control Legs (4)25-1254BFoot SwitchBase Pla...

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    298ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesFoot 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* 3...

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    299ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Parker Hydraulic Power Unit

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    300ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesRexroth Hydraulic Power Unit

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    301ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Mini Lathe External Sheetmetal and Parts List1 20-1292 Pendant Arm225-6661Pendant Arm Knuckle3Leveling SHCS425-6660Knuckle Cover525-6659Knuckle Swivel Plate620-7109APendant Arm Mount755-0020Wavy Washer820-7110APendant Mount925-4110Top R...

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    302ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series124351067891112131415161718192021Mini Lathe Internal Sheetmetal and Parts List1 32-0106Work Light Assembly225-4092Upper Roller Track325-4105ASplash Liner425-4100CE Hanger525-4136Header6Guide Bar7Space Bar825-4134ARear Way Cover925-4135AFront...

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    303ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004View Rotated 180o215861911102014151673426323334353627292821223031242325181712139TAIL STOCKSL-10 External Sheetmetal and Parts List125-0875Monitor Cover225-0876Pendant Back Cover325-0879Z-Axis Right Bottom Wiper Retainer426-0030Z-Axis Right Botto...

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    304ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series134567891011121413192015172116182SL-10 Internal Sheetmetal and Parts List125-0870X-Axis Top Cover225-0871X-Axis Front Cover325-0983X-Axis Wiper Retainer426-0038X-Axis Way Cover Felt525-0872X-Axis Way Cover626-0034X-Axis Top Wiper Felt725-0866Mov...

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    305ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004TAIL STOCKw/PartsCatcherView Rotated 18081234456812132221232425262728111415169101718201920HPVECTORDUAL DRIVESL-20 External Sheetmetal and Parts List1.59-0023Door Hinges2.25-1350Toolbox Door3.25-8909F Left Side Panel4.25-1349Toolbox5.25-8935D Top...

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    306ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series211234657891210111326272825192223241820**Parts Catcher OnlyFor Lifting Only1417151629********SL-20 Internal Sheetmetal and Parts List1.22-8053Upper Waycover Guide2.25-8051Z-Axis Waycovers3.22-8052Lower Waycover Guide4.25-4423Cable Rail5.25-8933D...

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    307ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004w/PartsCatcherView Rotated 180812344520216911122522242326272830291013151416781817Big BoreOnly20HP VECTORDUAL DRIVETAIL STOCK19SL-30 External Sheetmetal and Parts List1.59-0023Door Hinges (2)2.25-1350Toolbox Door3.25-8814ELeft Side Panel4.25-1349...

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    308ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series21128272526234657891112241922231820**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 Guide4.22-8783Mo...

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    309ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004View 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 Panel5.25-4729Too...

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    310ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series2628252018212219242330145231110121532161413678931291734353327For Lifting Only**********SL-40 Internal Sheetmetal and Parts List1.25-0782Control Box Mounting Bracket2.25-0145BZ-Axis Top Rear Sliding Cover3.25-8246BZ-Axis Bottom Rear Sliding Cove...

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    311ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004605040302010Bar605040302010BarLONG BEDLONG BEDPlane5Plane4Plane5Plane4Plane4TAIL STOCKTOOL PRESETTERTAIL STOCKTOOL PRESETTER1234567891011121413131516171819202123242528227262229303132SL-40L External Sheetmetal (Sheet 1 of 2)

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    312ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series333537343638394041424344454647495048515252**Optional for Crane Only.BACK VIEWSL-40L External Sheetmetal (Sheet 2 of 2)

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    313ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20041.25-4541Left 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 ...

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    314ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series606060605050505040404040303030302020202010101010BarBarBarBar606050504040303020201010BarBar1234556710111314151298816171820192324253729272828262122303131333435363839404132252642434647484445SL-40L Internal Sheetmetal

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    315ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-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 Wiper25-4591F...

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    316ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series910121315171821201981112345761416Sub-SpindleLive ToolingTL-15 Live Tooling and Sub-Spindle Sheetmetal

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    317ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004TL-15 Sheetmetal Parts List125-0138Hood220-0163Brace325-0137Tray425-0135Channel Cover4a25-6552Channel Cover (Larger Turret)525-0136Channel5a25-6553Channel (Larger Turret)620-0161Belt Arm Cover720-0162Belt ArmLive ToolingSub-Spindle825-0617Moving...

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    318ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesView Rotated 1808781234626272820212225242310111312151416171819520HPVECTORDUAL DRIVEw/PartsCatcher9SUB SPINDLETL-25 External Sheetmetal and Parts List125-8819CTop Door Roller Mount225-8818DTop Right Panel325-8820DLeft Front Panel459-0023Door Hing...

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    319ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 20044344453213738414039423634352346578910121413151617181920222324252521113033293146**Parts Catcher Only262728SUB-SPINDLE ASSEMBLYTL-25 Internal Sheetmetal

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    320ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-Series122-8049Z-Axis Top Waycover Guide225-8047Z-Axis Waycover322-8048Z-Axis Bottom Waycover Guide422-8783Moving Bulkhead Support522-0830Cable Channel Cover625-8843AMoving Bulkhead725-6543ARight End Support Bracket825-4348Right Sub-spindle Waycover (4...

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    321ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004125-6516ABase Position Control225-6537BBarfeeder Door359-0101Gas Spring425-6534ABarfeeder Main Enclosure525-0165Right Rear Support625-6542Storage Pan725-6526Control Tray825-6538Adjusting End Supports925-6539Bottom Bar Base1044-0004Leveling Screw...

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    322ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesBarfeeder External Parts

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    323ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004120-6480Rotation Control Push Rod259-3024Spring 1.5 X 6320-6481J-Slot Control Bushing448-1657Dowel Pin 5/8 X 1-1/2549-1015Shoulder Bolt 1/4 X 1/2620-6483Push Rod Connector720-6484Push Rod820-0357Flange Bushing 3/4 in.920-6032Push Control Bushing...

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    324ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesView Rotated 180View Rotated 180oo1812345679910101715141224223233343536373839402526273128304648495047434142515254565858595960626364656668676157555553452919161178687071721320212344Barfeeder Internal Parts

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    325ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Barfeeder Internal Parts List1. 49-1203 1/8 x 1 Cotter pin2. 49-1201 3/4 x 3 Clevis pin3. 22-6503 Support stand4. 25-6541 Charging table5. 49-1202 1 x 6 Clevis pin6. 49-1203 1/8 x 1 Cotter pin7. 46-0011 1/4 Push cap nut8. 20-0341 Transfer table9...

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    326ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesBAR 10051015202530BAR1005101520253037383940414142444546475148363435123449282910111213 14151617192121222323242426262525271620331866445578174352495350SL-10 Only27SL-10 OnlyPusher Assembly303132Barfeeder 100 Parts

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    327ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Barfeeder 100 Parts List1.20-1711Rear End Cap2.57-0015O-Ring 2-224 Buna3.20-1718Rear End Interface4.57-2835O-Ring 2-236 Viton5.20-1712Outside Tube (2)6.57-2145O-Ring 2-325 Viton7.20-1715Center Interface8.20-1720Center Pivot Rod9.20-1716Latch End...

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    328ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesDetailed Bar 300 Parts

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    329ASSEMBLY DRAWINGSSL-Series96-8710 rev JJune 2004Toolroom Lathe (TL-1)

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    330ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS96-8710 rev JJune 2004SL-SeriesToolroom Lathe (TL-1)1. 32-0041 Regen Assy2. 25-4784 Isolation Bracket, CP3. 59-0515 Isolation Pad, CP4. 20-9062 Tool Mat5. 20-1292 Fixed Pendent Arm6. 20-1942 Spindle Head Cover7. 20-2480 Chuck Guard Hinge Pin8. 25-6661 Arm End Cap9. 20-0356 Fl...

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