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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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    12-15-94 96-8100 1SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALTROUBLESHOOTINGThis section is intended for use in determining the solution to a known problem. Solutions given areintended to give the ind...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 2HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC1. GENERAL MACHINE OPERATION1.1 MACHINE NOT RUNNING´ Machine cannot be powered on.lCheck input voltage to machine (Section 2,Electrical ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 3SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL1.2 VIBRATIONVibration is a subjective evaluation with perceptions varying among individuals, making it difficult todetermine in mild cases...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 4HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC1.3 ACCURACYBefore you complain of an accuracy problem, please make sure you follow these simple do’sand don’ts.lDon’t ever use a wigg...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 5SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL´ Machine leaves large steps when using a shell mill.lCheck the levelness of the machine (See the Installation Manual).lCheck the sweep of ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 6HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCSpindle2. SPINDLE2.1 NOT TURNING´ Spindle not turning.lIf there are any alarms, see Section 6.lCheck that the spindle turns freely when...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 7SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL2.3 OVERHEATINGWhen investigating complaints of overheating, a temperature probe must be used to accuratelycheck the temperature at the to...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 8HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC2.4 STALLING/LOW TORQUEGenerally, complaints of stalling or low torque relate to incorrect tooling or machining practices. Aspindle that...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 9SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL2.5 SPINDLE DRIVELow line voltage may prevent the spindle from accelerating properly. If the spindle takes a longtime to accelerate, slo...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 10HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCcrashing. See Section 5, Mechanical Service, for spindle cartridge replacement.lDuplicate the cutting conditions under which the deflect...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 11SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALdistance remaining in a programmed travel. The exponential accel/decel time constant is set by Parameters 113, 114, 115, and 116. It has ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 12HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCdetect a short to ground on any of the servo motor power leads or in the internal 115V AC power. Aground fault can be caused by arcing b...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 13SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALServos / Leadscrews´ Lead screw noise.lEnsure oil is getting to the lead screw through the lubrication system (See Air and Oil Diagrams,pa...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 14HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCServos / LeadscrewslCheck for backlash in the lead screw as outlined below:INITIAL PREPARATION -Turn the VMC ON. ZERO RET the machine and...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 15SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALServos / Leadscrews2. Set dial indicator and the “Distance to go” display in the HANDLE JOG mode to zero as follows: - Zero the dial indi...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 16HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCCHECKING Z-AXIS:1. Set up a dial indicator and base on the mill table as shown in Fig. 3-3.2. Manually push up and down on the spindle he...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 17SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL3.4 VIBRATION´ Excessive servo motor vibration.lIf no “A” axis is present, swap the suspected bad servo motor with the “A” driver an...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 18HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC4. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER4.1 DEFLECTIONDeflection is usually caused by ATC misalignment, and sometimes caused by damaged orpoor quality...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 19SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALTool Changer´ During a tool change, ATC appears to be pulled up; no popping noises.lCheck the adjustment of the “Z” offset (Parameter 64...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 20HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC´ Spindle crashes into top of the tool holder after a turret rotation during a toolchange.When the spindle head moves down over the top ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 21SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL4.3 BREAKAGEBreakage of the ATC is caused by either very hard or repeated crashes.´ ATC shuttle is broken off of the holding plate.lCare...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 22HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMClabor excessively and the carousel may appear to move erratically. NOTE: If the turret motoradjustment is tight for extended periods, th...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 23SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL´ ATC shuttle will not move; shuttle is getting power (Command a tool change andfeel for power being applied to the shuttle motor).lDiscon...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 24HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC5. GEARBOX AND SPINDLE MOTORThe gearbox cannot be serviced in the field and must be replaced as a unit. NEVER remove amotor from a VF-1,...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 25SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALlCheck the air solenoid assembly on the solenoid bracket (rear of gearbox).If the solenoid operates properly and the limit switches on the...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 26HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC6. ELECTRICAL TROUBLE SHOOTING 6.1 WHAT CAN GO WRONG WITH LIMIT SWITCHESIf the machine is operated without connector P5, a LOW LUBE and ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 27SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL6.5 UNDER/OVER VOLTAGE SENSORSAn overvoltage sensor monitors the DC servo motor buss. When this voltage exceeds 185V DC, aload is appli...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 28HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCALARMSAny time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner will have a blinking “ALARM.” Push theALARM display key to view the cu...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 29SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALscrew adjustment.112 NO INTERRUPTThis alarm can be caused by electrical interference or an electronics problem. SeeSection 4.1, Electrica...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 30HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCoutages. Air blast during tool change can cause your air supply to drop pressure; monitorthe pressure drop during a tool unclamp.121 LO...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 31SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL128 TOOL IN TURRETPocket opposite spindle has tool in it. This alarm is not implemented.129 M FIN FAULTThis indicates an external M-code ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 32HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC143 SPINDLE NOT LOCKEDShot pin not fully engaged when a tool change operation is being performed. Check airpressure and solenoid circuit...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 33SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALerrors, or by loose connectors at P1-P4.. See Section 9, Mechanical Service, for replacementof motor/encoder. See Section 4.1, Electrical...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 34HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCIt can be caused by a bad rigid tapping encoder, a wiring error, or a parameter error. SeeSection 6, Electrical Service, for installatio...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 35SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL182 X CABLE FAULT183 Y CABLE FAULT184 Z CABLE FAULT185 A CABLE FAULTCable from axis’ encoder does not have valid differential signals....

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    96-8100 12-15-94 36HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC213 EPROM CRC ERRORAll of these alarms indicate a software or electronics problem. See Section 4.1, ElectricalService, for replacement ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 37SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL258 INVALID DPRNT FORMATThis alarm is caused by an error in the way the programmer uses the macro DPRNTfunction. See the Programming and ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 38HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC315 INVALID P CODE IN M97, M98 OR M99The P code must be the name of a program stored in memory without a decimal point forM98 and must be...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 39SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL334Y-axis Disabled335 Z-axis DisabledParameters have disabled this axis. Not normally possible in VMC.336 A-axis DisabledParameters have di...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 40HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMC352 Aux Axis Power OffAux B, C, U, V, or W axis indicate servo off. Check auxiliary axes. Status from control wasOFF.353 Aux Axis No Home...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 41SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALG01 cannot be done with tool size.368 Groove Too SmallTool too big to enter cut.369 Tool Too Big For Cutter CompUse a smaller tool for cut....

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    96-8100 12-15-94 42HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCG20 was specified but settings have selected metric input.384 Metric Is Not SelectedG21 was specified but settings have selected inches.3...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 43SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL413 RS-232 Insufficient MemoryProgram received doesn’t fit. Check the space available in the LIST PROG mode andpossibly delete some progra...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 44HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.SERVICE TROUBLESERVICE MANUALVMCDiscrete InputsDIAGNOSTIC DATAWhen the machine is operating normally, a second push of the PARAM/DGNOS key will select thediagnostics di...

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    12-15-94 96-8100 45SERVICE TROUBLEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALInputs 2INPUTS2NameDescriptionNameDescriptionX Z CHX-axis Z ChannelX ZIRQ X-axisZ channel interruptY Z CHYAxis Z ChannelY ZIRQ Y-axisZ chan...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 46MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 47HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL1. HEAD COVERS REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace covers.TOO...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 48MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 1-3 The VF Series Machining Center2 . TOOL RELEASE PISTON ASSEMBLY Please read this section in its entirety before attemptin...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 49HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL¼" AIRHOSE FITTING¼" AIRHOSE FITTING3/8" AIRHOSEFITTINGTRANSMISSIONHEADCASTING¼" AIR HOSEFITTING3/8"-16 x 1...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 50MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig 2-3 Mounting location for tool release piston assembly2.2 INSTALLATION1. Ensure drive belt has been properly replaced in accor...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 51HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL2.3 SETTING PRE-CHARGENOTE: This section applies only to machines having a tool release piston assembly with a pre-charge solenoid inst...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 52MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.3. BELT ASSEMBLY Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace drive belt.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 5/16" ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 53HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALTRANSMISSION(EXCEPT VF-0)SPINDLEPULLEYHEAD CASTINGDRIVE BELTSHIFTERFig. 3-2 Head casting area showing belt location5. For all VMC's ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 54MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.3. Tighten the drive belt in accordance with the instructions in Section 3.3.4. Set the Spindle orientation as described in Section 7....

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 55HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL4. SPINDLE PULLEYIMPORTANT!The current pulley is shrink-fitted onto the spindle and is not field-serviceable. It is identified by twoth...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 56MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 5-2 Position wood block under spindle.12. At the panel, go to the JOG mode and choose Z-axis. Slowly jog in the negative (-) ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 57HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL5.2 SPINDLE CARTRIDGE INSTALLATION1. Thoroughly clean all mating surfaces of both the cartridge and the head casting, lightly stone i...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 58MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.3. Slowly jog the Z-axis in the negative (-) direction until threaded portion of spindle is inside ofhead casting. At this point, alig...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 59HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL5.3 DRAWBAR REPLACEMENTREMOVAL:1. Place a tool holder with no cutter in the spindle.2. Remove cover panels (Section 1).3. Remove the to...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 60MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.19. Reinstall the head covers (Section 1).20. Test-run the machine and adjust the ATC as necessary (Sections 14.3, 14.4).5.4 SPINDLE ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 61HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL6. TOOL CLAMP/UNCLAMP SWITCH ADJUSTMENT;Shim WasherDraw Bar Height SettingPlease read this section in its entirety before adjusting cl...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 62MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 6-2 Placement of aluminum block under spindle.7. To accomplish this, set the jog increments to .001 and jog in the negative (...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 63HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL6.3 SHIM WASHERS1. To add or subtract shim washers, remove tool release piston assembly (Section 2.1) from headcasting.Shims may need ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 64MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.5. Install tool release piston assembly and recheck settings. If within specifications, continue; if not,readjust.6.4 ADJUSTMENT OF S...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 65HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALUPPER (CLAMP) SWITCH -6. Place a shim (approximately .020 thick), or the flexible ruler, between the tool release piston andthe draw bar...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 66MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.8. Push down on the tool release piston again until it contacts the draw bar. Monitor the TOOLUNCLAMP light on the screen.9. Using a h...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 67HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALTHREADEDHOLESORIENTATIONRING DETENT1/4-20BOLTSTOSHIBA MOTORELECTRIC BOXORIENTATIONRINGSHOT PINFig. 7-2 Top view of spindle orientati...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 68MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.TABLESPINDLETOOLHOLDERTOOLCHANGERCOVERFig. 8-1 Checking tool offset reference.3. Carefully (so as not to disturb relative position...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 69HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL10. Insert tool holder in spindle in spindle taper and initiate a tool change.NOTE: When the Parameter 64 is changed, the tool offsets...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 70MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.LIFTING POINTSNOTE: It is recommended that the HAAS Transmission Hoist be used in this operation (See Section9.3 for assembly and setu...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 71HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL9.3 HOIST PRE-ASSEMBLY1. Attach the mast support to the support base, using the four 3/8-16 x 1¼" SHCS, four 3/8" flatwasher...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 72MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.boom and the rounded end of the cable guide is toward the outside. Slide the clevispin through the hole and fasten with the 1/8" ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 73HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALHEX NUTSEYELETSFRAME "B"SPLIT WASHERSFRAME "C"FRAME "A"FRAME "D"¼-20 x ½"SHCSFig. 9-5 S...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 74MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.6. Disconnect all electrical lines and air lines from the transmission solenoid bracket. Disconnectthe electrical and oil lines from t...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 75HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALMASTCOTTER PINSBOOMMODIFICATION PLATECLEVISPINSFig. 9-9 Fully assembled hoist in position12. Raise the transmission, ensuring the hoi...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 76MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Fig. 9-12 Lifting position for VF-1's thru 413. For VF-1-4 Place the hoist hook in the bar's lifting eye and place the two hooks o...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 77HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALNOTE: The hoist must be disassembled before removing from the mill table. Break down thehoist by removing the boom assembly, then the ma...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 78MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.4. Remove the side enclosure panels.5. On the motor housing, remove the four 10-32 x 3/8" BHCS and remove the cover plate.6. Loos...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 79HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL10.2 Y-AXIS MOTOR REMOVAL -1. Turn the machine power ON. ZERO RETURN all axes and put the machine in HANDLE JOGmode.2. Move the table t...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 80MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.and remove the panel assembly.CAUTION! On machines with only two SHCS, remove one screw at a time. Replace the screw tohold the cabine...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 81HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALMOTORNUT HOUSINGMOTORHOUSINGWAY COVERLEAD SCREWSUPPORT BEARINGFig. 10-5 Z-axis motor and components4. Lower the spindle head to its ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 82MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.INSTALLATION -1. Slide motor into motor housing, inserting the end of the lead screw in the motor coupling.2. Replace and tighten down...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 83HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL10.4 COUPLING REPLACEMENT1. Remove the axis motor (Section 9).NOTE: It will not be necessary at this time to completely remove the moto...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 84MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.11. LEAD SCREW - REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace the lead scr...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 85HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL7. Disconnect the oil line from the ball nut.8. Loosen the 10-32 x ½" SHCS and remove the clamp nut on the lead screw support bear...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 86MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Lead ScrewMOTOR HOUSINGNUT HOUSINGLEAD SCREWBALL NUTFig. 11-3 Install lead screw from right side.3. Insert the lead screw through ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 87HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL9. Move mill table to the far left position. ("Far left" is when the limit switch bracket touches the x-axis limit switch.)10....

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    96-8100 12-15-94 88MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.NUT HOUSINGLEAD SCREWMOTOR HOUSINGMOTORHARD STOPBALL NUTSUPPORT BEARINGLead ScrewFig. 11-5 Y-axis lead screw and components.6. Loo...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 89HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL...push back into the machine, then pull out forward.10. Carefully pull the lead screw forward, to the right of the support bearing, und...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 90MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC. INSTALLATION -1. Ensure all mating surfaces on the bearing sleeve, motor housing, nut housing, and ball nut arefree of dirt, burrs, g...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 91HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL14. Tighten the lead screw against the clamp nut as follows:Ø Tighten the clamp nut on the motor housing end of the lead screw to 15 fo...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 92MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.5. Loosen the six ¼-20 x 1" (or ¾") SHCS attaching the ball nut to the nut housing. Remove five ofthe screws.6. Manually p...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 93HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL3. Loosely screw on the clamp nut on the support bearing end of the lead screw.4. Reinstall the bearing sleeve. (Place a drop of blue Lo...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 94MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.12. LEAD SCREW SUPPORT BEARINGLead Screw Pre-load AdjustmentsINTRODUCTION:The lead screw test fixture is designed to adjust pre-load...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 95HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALMOTORHOUSINGMILL TABLEPRE-LOADFIXTUREFig. 12-1 Pre-load fixture in place.7. Tighten the clamp nut on the lead screw in the motor hou...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 96MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.NUT HOUSING"X" MOTORLEAD SCREWSUPPORT BEARINGMOTOR HOUSINGFig. 12-2 X-axis motor and components.14. Tighten the clamp nu...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 97HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL2. Remove the motor (Section 11.2).3. Loosen the 10-32 x 3/8" SHCS on the clamp nut inside the motor housing on the lead screw andu...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 98MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.15. Reinstall the way covers.16. Check for backlash in the lead screws (Section 3.3, Troubleshooting) or noisy operation.12.3 Z-AXISV...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 99HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALCAUTION! DO NOT TIGHTEN THE CLAMP NUT AGAINST THE BEARING.10. Tighten the 10-32 x ½" SHCS on the clamp nut. The lead screw may ne...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 100MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.13. BEARING SLEEVE/REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replace the ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 101HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALCAUTION! DO NOT PRY THE BEARING SLEEVE AWAY FROM THE HOUSING.DAMAGE TO THE SLEEVE, BEARING, OR LEAD SCREW WILL RESULT.INSTALLATION -1....

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    96-8100 12-15-94 102MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.NOTE: For the angular contact design bearing, no pre-load is necessary. Do the following:Ø Tighten the clamp nut on the motor housin...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 103HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALNOTE: For the angular contact design bearing, no pre-load is necessary. Follow the procedures asoutlined in Section 13.2, step 8.7. Rei...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 104MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.16"Fig. 13-4 Block spindle head before removing bearing sleeve.INSTALLATION -1. Ensure all mating surfaces on the bearing sl...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 105HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL14. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGER Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to align the automatic tool changer.TOOL...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 106MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.14.2 ROLLER BOLT REPLACEMENT1. Remove the shuttle motor cover from the back of the machine (VF-0, VF-1, VF-2).2. Place a support und...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 107HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALon the tool changer holding plate (Item 9, Fig. 14-2) until ATC is fully engaged on the tool holder.8. Ensure the extractor (Item 16, F...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 108MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.3. Pivot the tool holder toward the front of the machine and measure from the right side of thespindle dog to the right side of the t...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 109HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig. 14-3 Automatic Tool Changer - Mechanical Assembly, Page 2.14.6 EXTRACTOR FORK REPLACEMENTNOTE: Extractor forks that do not ho...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 110MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.5. Put a drop of blue Loctite on each of the SHCS and attach the new extractor fork to the ATCwith the SHCS. DO NOT OVER-TORQUE! En...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 111HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig. 14-5 Front view of holding plate showing FHCS location.INSTALLATION -1. Install the new motor on the tool changer holding plat...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 112MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.6. Ensure the actuating arm on the slip clutch assembly contacts the shuttle IN and OUT limitswitches .7. Ensure the hub of the slip ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 113HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALNOTE: The gear motor should never be disassembled and is not field-serviceable. All gearmotors should be returned to Haas for evaluatio...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 114MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.Z-axis (ZERO RET - SINGL AXIS) and repeat step 8. This step may need to be repeated twotimes to clear all possible alarms.10. Press &...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 115HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL3. Place a support for the ATC under the center of the carousel.4. Loosen the nut inside the shuttle casting (Item 57, Figure 14-2) tha...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 116MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.15. QUICK EXHAUST VALVE INSTALLATION Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to install quick exhaust valv...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 117HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL16. GRID OFFSET CALCULATIONPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to set the grid offset.GUIDELINES -The encoder z...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 118MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.17.ENCLOSURE COMPONENT REPLACEMENT Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace the doors or windo...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 119HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig. 17-1 VF-0, VF-1, VF-2 door assembly.17.2 DOOR REPLACEMENT (VF-3, VF-4)CAUTION! If possible, have two people performing this o...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 120MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.LOOSEN THESECAP NUTSTENSIONSPRINGSFig. 17-2 VF-3 door assembly.3. Slide the door to the center of the opening.4. Push the door i...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 121HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL17.3 HOOD REPLACEMENT REMOVAL -1. Turn machine power off and disconnect the power source.2. Unscrew the ¼-20 screws and remove the s...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 122MECHANICAL SERVICEVMCSERVICE MANUALHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.9. Unscrew all remaining screws holding the hood to the front and rear panels.10. Starting at the left rear of the hood, pull up and ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100MECHANICAL SERVICE 123HAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig. 17-5 Window seal detail.3. Remove the locking trim from the inner side of the window and remove window panel. Removethe rubber ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 124ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1251. SOLENOIDSPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any solenoidassemblies.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 1/8" H...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 126ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL7.Remove the SHCS holding the assembly to the bracket and remove the assembly.INSTALLATION:8.Replace the air solenoid assembly and a...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1276.Unscrew the air solenoid from the air solenoid assembly.7.Install the new air solenoid on the air solenoid assembly. Reinstall the a...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 128ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL2.Disconnect the air lines from the spindle lube air solenoid assembly (See Fig. 2-4).3.Unplug the electrical leads at the quick-dis...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1292. LINE VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENTS Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to adjust the line voltage.TOOLS REQUIRED...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 130ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALNOTE: Make sure that the service wires actually go into the terminal-block clamps. [It is easy tomiss the clamp and tighten the scre...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 131Fig. 2-3 Transformer with 195-210V range.4.Set the main switch to on (rotate the shaft that engages the handle on the panel door c...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 132ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL3. FUSE REPLACEMENT Please read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any fuses.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 LARGE ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 133OVERVOLTAGEFUSESTOOLCHANGER FUSEOPERATOR'S LAMPFUSEFig. 3-2 Power supply assembly; fuse locations.3.2 OPERATOR'S LAMP & TOOL ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 134ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig 3-4 Servo Drive Assembly; fuse locationsTOOLCHANGER FUSEOPERATOR'S LAMPFUSEFuse ReplacementF1FUSESF2FUSESFig. 3-4 Servo driv...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1354. PCB REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to replace any PCB 's.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 3/16" HEX W...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 136ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALFig. 4-2 Video board.Fig. 4-1 Motor Interface board.VIDEO BOARD -8. Remove the MOTIF board as described in steps 1-5.9. Disc...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 137NOTE: If the PROCESSOR board need replacing, please skip the next step.11. Replace the Video (VIDEO2) board, attaching it to the PROCE...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 138ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL4.2 SERVO DRIVER & SDISTWARNING! The electrical panel will have residual voltage, even after power has been shut offand/or disc...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 139cabinet. Take care to hold the board in place until all screws have been removed.6. Replace the SDIST board, attaching it with the eig...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 140ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL6. Replace the DRIVER board, attaching it to the cabinet with the two screws previously removed.7. Reconnect all leads to all boards...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1414.4 POWER & LOW VOLTAGE SUPPLYPOWER BOARD -1. Follow all precautions noted previously before working in the electrical cabinet (S...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 142ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALLOW VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY -8. Remove the Power Distribution (POWER) board as described in steps 1-5.9. Disconnect all leads to the Lo...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1433. Using a large flat tip screwdriver, loosen the three screws on the cabinet door and then openthedoor enough to safely work on the e...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 144ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL5. After all cables have been disconnected, unscrew the four screws holding the KBIF board to thecontrol box. Take care to hold the ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 145sary to cut straps off the black cable's connector to unplug.4. Unscrew the four hex nuts on the bottom row of the CRT bracket and rem...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 146ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL5.2 JOG HANDLE REPLACEMENTThe JOG handle is actually a 100-line-per-revolution encoder. We use 100 steps per revolutionto move one...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1475. Remove the three screws holding the jog handle encoder to the control panel and remove.6. Replacement is reverse of removal. Keep i...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 148ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL5.5 KEYPAD REPLACEMENT1. Turn the power off and disconnect power to the machine.2. Remove the four screws holding the rear cover pa...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1496. SPINDLE ENCODER REPLACEMENTPlease read this section in its entirety before attempting to remove or replaceencoder.TOOLS REQUIRED:3 ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 150ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALscrews and screw approximately halfway into the standoffs. Screw the hex end of the setscrewsinto the standoffs.6. Screw the standof...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 151Spindle Encoder ReplacementFig. 6-2 VF-0 encoder installation.13.Place the belt on the 36-tooth pulley, then loop over the 18-toot...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 152ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL7. LIMIT SWITCHESTOOLS REQUIRED:3 2.5 mm ALLEN WRENCH3 1/8" ALLEN WRENCH3 9/64" ALLEN WRENCHNOTE: There are fourteen...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 153OFF when the control is turned off.X, Y, Z TRAVEL LIMIT SWITCHES[X: Left side of saddle by X-axis motor][Y: Rear of base by Y-axis mot...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 154ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALTOOL CHANGER POSITION SWITCHES[Inside of Tool Carriage (2)]GENEVA WHEEL POSITION MARKThe turret rotation mechanism has a switch moun...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 1558. CABLES' LOCATION DIAGRAM

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    96-8100 12-15-94 156ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL9. MICROPROCESSOR ASSEMBLYThe Microprocessor PCB contains the 68ECO30 processor running at 40 MHz, one 128K EPROM; between256K and ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 157change the default data rate for power-up communications. If the switch is OFF, the rate is9600; if S1-2 isON, the rate is 38400.Swit...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 158ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALP14Relay drives 25 to 32 (540)P15Power connector (+5,+12+)P16D-to-A output and -12V DC (720)P17A-to-D inputs for DC buss voltage (98...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 15910. SERVO DRIVE ASSEMBLYThe servo drive assembly is on the left side of the main control cabinet and about halfway down. Neverwork on...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 160ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALThe red “CHARGE” LED is also mounted on the SDIST PCB. It indicates that the supply capacitors still contain acharge. The discharg...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 161Fig. 10-1 Servo Drive Assembly.Servo Drive Assembly

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    96-8100 12-15-94 162ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL11. INPUT/OUTPUTThe Input/Output Assembly consists of a single printer circuit board called the IOPCB. It contains the followingconn...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 163P32160V DC for tool changer (80)P33115V AC three-phase input from power supply assembly (90)P34115V AC to CRT (90A)P35115V AC to heat ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 164ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL12. POWER SUPPLYAll power to the control passes through the power supply assembly. Main incoming power is brought to thisassembly an...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 165Main Contactor K1Main contactor K1 is used to turn the control on and off. The POWER ON switch applies power to the coil of K1and afte...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 166ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALP27+5/+12/Gnd form low volt supply to logic boards (860)P28Option connector for alternate supplyP29Option connector for alternate su...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 16713. SUPPLY VOLTAGE SENSORA sensor circuit on the SDIST circuit board is used to monitor the voltage applied to the control. It actua...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 168ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL14. UNDER/OVER VOLTAGE SENSORSAn overvoltage sensor monitors the DC servo motor buss. When this voltage exceeds 185V DC, a load isa...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 169AIR & OIL LINE DIAGRAMSVF SERIES WITH PRE-CHARGEWay Lube: Medium Way Lube Vactra #2 or equivalent; one quart. Add oil through the ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 170ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALCABLE LISTThe following is a summary of the cables used in the wiring of this control:WIRE /TERMINALFUNCTION NAME:NUMBERGNDINCOMING...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 17124INPUT 24 ; Spare.25INPUT 25 ; REMOTE TOOL UNCLAMP *26INPUT 26 ; AC LINE VOLTAGE LOSS PH127INPUT 27 ; AC LINE VOLTAGE LOSS PH228INPUT...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 172ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL90C115V AC TO CB4 - SHIELD +291LEG 1 #1692LEG 2 #16100M-FIN (IOASM TO SIDE OF BOX)101LEG 1 #16102LEG 2 #16110SERVO POWER CONTROL - S...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 173510RELAY CARD 1 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE RIBBON #24520RELAY CARD 2 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE RIBBON #24530RELAY CARD 3 DRIVE CABLE - 16 WIRE ...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 174ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL652LEG 2 #14653LEG 3 #14660X-ENCODER CABLE - SHIELD +7661LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND) #24662ENCODER A CHANNEL #24663ENCODER B CHANNEL #24...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 175744POWER OFF SWITCH LEG 2 #24 N.C.750JOG-CRANK DATA CABLE - SHIELD +4751LOGIC RETURN (D GROUND) (65) #24752ENCODER A CHANNEL #24753ENC...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 176ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL825SHUTTLE OUT (INPUT 2 TO P6-D) #24830OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT - SHIELD +2831OVERHEAT SIGNAL (INPUT 14) #20832OVERHEAT RETURN (D GROUND)...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 177920REGENERATIVE LOAD RESISTOR FOR SERVO - SHIELD +2921LEG 1 #18922LEG 2 #18930FUSED 230V AC FOR COOLANT PUMP - SHIELD +2931LEG 1 #1493...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 178ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUALCable List1032 REGEN LOAD RESISTOR FOR SPINDLE DRIVE (B2) #181050 DOOR SWITCH WIRING THRU SUPPORT ARM - SHIELD +21051 DOOR OPEN SIGN...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 179The following is a list of required regular maintenance for the HAAS VF Series Vertical Machining Centers. Listed arethe frequency of...

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    96-8100 12-15-94 180ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL SYSTEM:WAY LUBE AND PNEUMATICS TRANSMISSION COOLANT TANK LOCATIONUnder the control panel at the rear of ...

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    12-15-94 96-8100ELECTRICAL SERVICEHAAS AUTOMATION, INC.VMCSERVICE MANUAL 181

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