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PRESS

THREE TIMES

TO GET TO

THIS PAGE

(Continued on

next slide)

Note:

To advance through the presentation click

on your left mouse button or press .

To exit press .

ACTIONS

KEYS

INSTRUCTIONS

INFORMATION

OTHER INFORMATION

display buttons1
DISPLAY BUTTONS

This moduleis intendedto provide youwith a familiarization

of theDisplay Buttonson theHaas Control

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PROGRAM

CONVERSATIONAL:

POSITION:

OFFSETS:

CURRENT

COMMANDS:

ALARMS or

MESSAGES:

PARAMETERS or

DIAGNOSTICS:

SETTINGS or

GRAPHICS:

HELP or

CALCULATE:

Display Buttons

program conversational
PROGRAM display will show the currently selected program.

In the top left corner of the screen, you will see the title of the Display and (Mode) you are in.

In the center of the screen, you will see the program number and the sequence number that was last executed, on the program you’re presently running

(If your lines of code are numbered).

Program/Conversational:

PROGRAM (MEM) O91002 N00000

O91002 ;

(Mill Engraving HAAS Logo) ;

T1 M06 (TOOL#1 – ENGRAVING TOOL) ;

G90 G54 G00 X-0.7355 Y0.429 ;

S5000 M03 ;

G00 G43 H01 Z1. M08 ;

G01 Z0.03 F100. ;

G91 ;

G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ;

G01 X-0.2275 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X-0.7835 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X0.7835 ;

G01 X0.3058 Y0.5308 ;

G01 X0.2275 ;

G00 Z0.03375 ;

F4 FOR PROG REVIEW

program conversational button
Program Conversational Button:

PROGRAM (MEM) O91002 N0000

While running a program, you can review it with the PROGRAM REVIEW feature.

To select Program Review while running a program, when you’re in the Program display

PRESS

The program will come up on both sides of the screen. On the left you will see 18 blocks of the program that is running and on the right you will see the same program that you can cursor through and review.

To switch back

PRESS again.

G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ; O91002 ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ; (Mill Engraving HAAS Logo) ;

G01 X-0.2275 ; T1 M06 (TOOL#1 – ENGRAVING TOOL) ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; G90 G54 G00 X-0.7355 Y0.429 ;

G01 X-0.2275 ; S5000 M03 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; G00 G43 H01 Z1. M08 ;

G01 X-0.7835 ; G01 Z0.03 F100. ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; G91 ;

G01 X0.7835 ; G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ; G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ;

G01 X-0.2275 ; G01 X-0.2275 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X-0.7835 ; G01 X-0.7835 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X0.7835 ; G01 X0.7835 ;

G01 X0.3058 Y0.5308 ; G01 X0.3058 Y0.5308 ;

G01 X0.2275 ; G01 X0.2275 ;

G03 X0.2475 Y0.5508 R0.02 ; G00 Z0.03375 ;

RUNNING

F4 FOR NORMAL PROG

program conversational button1
Program Conversational Button:

BGEDITOR (MEM) O91002 N0000

While running a program, you can bring up that program or another to edit using the Background Edit feature.

Type in the program number of the program you want to edit then PRESS

Note;

The program you are running is replaced with the program you want to edit. The original program is still running in the background.

O91002 ;

(Mill Engraving HAAS Logo) ;

T1 M06 (TOOL#1 – ENGRAVING TOOL) ;

G90 G54 G00 X-0.7355 Y0.429 ;

S5000 M03 ;

G00 G43 H01 Z1. M08 ;

G01 Z0.03 F100. ;

G91 ;

G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ;

G01 X-0.2275 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X-0.7835 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X0.7835 ;

G01 X0.3058 Y0.5308 ;

G01 X0.2275 ;

G00 Z0.03375 ;

F4 FOR PROG REVIEW

RUNNING

PROG EXISTS FEED

program conversational button2
Program Conversational Button:

BGEDITOR (MEM) O91002 N0000

You may perform any of the edit operations available in the

Edit Mode.

Insert, Alter, Delete and Undo.

(Block Edit and Advanced Editor are not available)

If editing the program you are running, no changes will be in effect until the program reaches the M30 command or you press.

PRESS

To return to the running program.

O91002 ;

(Mill Engraving HAAS Logo) ;

T1 M06 (TOOL#1 – ENGRAVING TOOL) ;

G90 G54 G00 X-0.7355 Y0.429 ;

S5000 M03 ;

G00 G43 H01 Z1. M08 ;

G01 Z0.03 F100. ;

G91 ;

G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ;

G01 X-0.2275 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X-0.7835 ;

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ;

G01 X0.7835 ;

G01 X0.3058 Y0.5308 ;

G01 X0.2275 ;

G00 Z0.03375 ;

F4 FOR PROG REVIEW

RUNNING

PROG EXISTS FEED

position button
Position Button:

POSITION (MEM) O91002 N0000

POSITION display will display five different pages that list the machine axes positions.

or

to scroll through the following pages:

Operators, Work, Machine and Distance-to-Go. The

fifth page shows all four in a small format.

(OPERATOR) (WORK G54)

X 0.0000 in X -9.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in Y -7.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in Z 3.5179 in

(MACHINE) (DIST TO GO)

X 0.0000 in X 0.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in Y 0.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in Z 0.0000 in

position button1
Position Button:

POS-OPER (MEM) O91002 N0000

PAGE to POS-OPER.

This is a reference display only. Each axis can be zeroed out

independently; then subsequent moves will be shown relative to where you zeroed the axis. PRESS the X, YorZKeys and then

to zero that axis. Or, in Handle Jog mode, PRESS X, YorZJOGKeys then

to zero that axis.

You can enter in an axis letter and number

(X-1.25) and PRESS

to have that value entered in that axis display.

X 0.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in

position button2
Position Button:

POS-WORK (MEM) O91002 N0000

PAGE to

POS-WORK display. This position tells how far away the tool is in the X, Y and Z axes from the presently selected work zero point.

X -9.0000 in

Y -7.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in

position button3
Position Button:

POS-MACH (MEM) O91002 N0000

PAGE to the POS-MACH display. This is in reference to machine home.

X -9.0000 in

Y -7.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in

position button4
Position Button:

POS-TO-GO (MEM) O91002 N0000

PAGE to the POS-TO-GO display. When running or in Feed Hold, this incrementally displays the travel distance remaining in the program being run.

When in Handle Jog, this display will show the total distance moved since selecting Handle Jog.

Switching to a different Mode and back into Handle Jog will zero out all axes in the display and begin showing the distance moved.

X 0.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in

Z 0.0000 in

position button5
Position Button:

POSITION (MEM) O91002 N0000

(OPERATOR) (WORK G54)

X 0.0000 in X -9.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in Y -7.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in Z 3.5179 in

(MACHINE) (DIST TO GO)

X 0.0000 in X 0.0000 in

Y 0.0000 in Y 0.0000 in

Z 3.5179 in Z 0.0000 in

PAGE to the POSITION display. This page will show all of the displays together.

offset button
Offset Button:

OFFSET (MEM) O91002 N0000

OFFSET can be used to display either the Tool Offsets or Work Offsets.You can toggle between the two screens by pressing the key again. Programmable coolant position can be set by:

Highlighting the CLNT POS column for the tool you want to set. TYPE in the number and

PRESS

this will replace the selected number with the number entered.

Tool size can be in Radius or Diameter selectable with Setting 40. You can display up-to 200 different tools as determined by Setting 90.

COOLANT ----LENGTH---- ----RADIUS----

TOOL POSITION GEOMETRY WEAR GEOMETRY WEAR FLUTES

1 4 -11.1234 0. 0. 0. 2

0 0. 0. 0. 2

3 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

4 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

5 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

6 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

7 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

8 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

9 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

10 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

11 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

12 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

13 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

14 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

15 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

CLNT POS WRITE ADD/F1 SET/OFSET TOGGLE

2 3

-11.4567

offset button1
Offset Button:

OFFSET

OFFSET (JOG) O91002 N0000

TOOL LENGTH OFFSETS:

PRESS

PRESS

Use the

keys to select the jog rate and jog the tip of the tool (Z-axis) to the part zero surface.

PRESS

PRESS

Continue with this sequence for all tools.

COOLANT ----LENGTH---- ----RADIUS----

TOOL POSITION GEOMETRY WEAR GEOMETRY WEAR FLUTES

1 4 -11.1234 0. 0. 0. 2

0. 0. 0. 2

3 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

4 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

5 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

6 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

7 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

8 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

9 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

10 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

11 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

12 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

13 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

14 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

15 0 0. 0. 0. 0. 2

Z POSITION: -11.4567 WRITE ADD/F1 SET/OFSET TOGGLE

JOGGING Z AXIS HANDLE .01

2 3

-11.4567

offset button2
Offset Button:

OFFSET

OFFSET (JOG) O91002 N0000

WORK ZERO OFFSETS:

PRESS

PRESS

andCURSORto the selected Work Zero Set

Use the.1, .01, .001and.0001keys to select the jog rate and jog in the X-axis to the desired location.

PRESS

Repeat the process for the Y-axis.

The Z-axis is normally zero but may be entered manually.

If you have a 4th or 5th axis, additional columns will appear on this page. You can set the offsets as with the X-axis.

G CODE X Y Z

G 52 0. 0. 0.

G 54 0. 0.

G 55 0. 0. 0.

G 56 0. 0. 0.

G 56 0. 0. 0.

G 58 0. 0. 0.

G 59 0. 0. 0.

G154 P1 0. 0. 0. (G110)

G154 P2 0. 0. 0. (G111)

G154 P3 0. 0. 0. (G112) G154 P4 0. 0. 0. (G113)

G154 P5 0. 0. 0. (G114) G154 P6 0. 0. 0. (G115) G154 P7 0. 0. 0. (G116) G154 P8 0. 0. 0. (G116)

X POSITION: -9.0000 WRITE ADD/F1 SET/OFSET TOGGLE

JOGGING Z AXIS HANDLE .01

WORK ZERO OFFSET

-9.0000

current commands button
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000 MACHINE coordinates – Press /

CURRENT COMMANDS displays the current program,

modal program commands, position, load, coolant

level and tool, gearbox and spindle information.

Press Page Up or Page Down to scroll through the following pages:

Modal Values, System Timers, Macro Variables,

Maintenance, Tool Life, and Tool Load.

0.0000 in

0.0000 in

O91002 ; 0.0000 in

(Mill Engraving HAAS Logo) ;

T1 M06 (Tool #1 Engraving Tool) ; G00 G49 G69D00 PGM F0.

G90 G54 G00 X-0.7355 Y0.4929 ; G17 G80H00 ACT F0.

S5000 M03 ; G90 G98M00 PGM S0

G00 G43 H01 Z1. M08 ; G90 G98M00 PGM S0

G01 Z0.03 F100. ; G20 G54ACT S0

G91 ; G40 G64 CLNT POS

G01 Z-0.0337 F7. ;

G01 X-0.5687 Y-0.9857 ; SP LD: 0%

G01 X-0.2275 ; X LOAD: 0%

G01 X0.1314 Y-0.9857 ; Y LOAD: 0%

G01 X-0.7835 ; Z LOAD: 0%

G01 X0.1314 Y0.2275 ; Surf Spd 0 fpm Chip Load 0.0000

G01 X0.7835 ;

TOOL 1 IN SPINDLE LOW GEAR STOP

X

CURRENT PROGRAM

Y

Z

FD 0.0

SP 0

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Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

MODAL VALUES display shows current values of address codes and modal command codes in effect.

  • G01 N0 M03 O0000
  • G17 X-0.62. S5000 A0.
  • G90 Y1.123 T1 B0.
  • G94 Z-0.25 F15. C0.
  • G20 I0. D00 U0.
  • G40 J0. H1 V0.
  • G49 K0. L1 W0.
  • G89 P0 E0.
  • G98 Q0.
  • G50 R0.
  • G54
  • G64
  • G69

CURRENT DISPLAY COMMAND

current commands button2
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

SYSTEM TIMERS displays POWER ON TIME, CYCLE START

TIME, FEED CUTTING TIME, THIS CYCLE TIME, LAST CYCLE

TIME, M30 COUNT #1 and M30 COUNT #2. Use the Cursor to highlight then

PRESS

to clear the selected display. THIS and LAST CYCLE cannot be cleared.

  • 542:21:0
  • 1:23:45
  • 0:56:12
  • M30 COUNT #1 1 THIS CYCLE 1:45:67
  • M30 COUNT #2 36 LAST CYCLE 1:45:56

POWER ON TIME

CYCLE START TIME

FEED CUTTING TIME

current commands button3
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

MACRO VARIABLES shows current values of Macro variables 1-33 and 100-199, 500-699, and 800-999. Use the Up and Down cursor keys to scan through more Macro pages.

  • MACRO VARIABLES G65 LEVEL = 0
  • VAR.----VALUE VAR.-----VALUE VAR.----VALUE VAR.----VALUE
    • 1 17 33
    • 2 18
    • 3 19
    • 4 20
    • 5 21
    • 6 22
    • 7 23
    • 8 24
    • 9 25
    • 10 26
    • 11 27
    • 12 28
    • 13 29
    • 14 30
    • 15 31
    • 16 32
current commands button4
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

MAINTENANCE display provides the operator reminders for

routine maintenance.

To activate:

PRESS

Active items will display the remaining hours till maintenance is due.

The message MAINTENANCE DUE is displayed at the

bottom of the screen when the time reaches zero. No alarm is generated.

-  to select, ORIGIN to change, <> to adjust Remaining Hours

AIR FILTER in control enclosure - replace 250 ON-TIME

OIL FILTER - replaced 250 ON-TIME

GEARBOX OIL - replaced 1800 ON-TIME

COOLANT TANK – check level, leakage, oil in coolant 10 ON-TIME

WAY LUBE SYSTEM – check level 50 CS-TIME

GEARBOX OIL – check level 250 ON-TIME

SEALS/WHIPERS missing, torn, leaking - check 50 CS-TIME

AIR SUPPLY FILTER – check for water 10 ON-TIME

HYDRAULIC OIL – check level 250 ON-TIME

MAINTENANCE

COOLANT - Needs replacement

100 ON-TIME

MONITORING STARTED WITH DEFAULT HOURS

current commands button5
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

again to deactivate. PRESS

again to Reset. Default values are set by the software but can be changed using the Left and Right arrow cursors.

-  to select, ORIGIN to change, <> to adjust Remaining Hours

AIR FILTER in control enclosure - replace -- ON-TIME

OIL FILTER - replaced -- ON-TIME

GEARBOX OIL - replaced -- ON-TIME

COOLANT TANK – check level, leakage, oil in coolant -- ON-TIME

WAY LUBE SYSTEM – check level -- CS-TIME

GEARBOX OIL – check level -- ON-TIME

SEALS/WHIPERS missing, torn, leaking - check -- CS-TIME

AIR SUPPLY FILTER – check for water -- ON-TIME

HYDRAULIC OIL – check level -- ON-TIME

MAINTENANCE

-- ON-TIME

COOLANT - Needs replacement

MONOTORING STOPPED

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Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

TOOL LIFEdisplays the number of times a tool is used (selected). Placing a number in the Alarm column sets the number of times the tool can be selected before an Alarm is generated. Highlight the number and

PRESS

to clear the selected display. Place the cursor at the top of the column and

PRESS

to clear the whole column.

  • FEED TIME TOTAL TIME USAGE ALARM
    • 0:00:00 0:00:00 0
    • 2 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 3 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 4 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 5 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 6 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 7 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 8 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 9 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 10 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 11 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 12 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 13 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 14 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 15 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0
    • 16 0:00:00 0:00:00 0 0

TOOL LIFE

1

10

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Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

TOOL LOAD displays the Maximum Spindle Load each tool has generated. Use the Limit % column to set the max load for that tool. When the load is reached or exceeded the machine will alarm.

PRESS

to clear the selected display. Place the cursor at the top of the column and

PRESS

to clear the column.

Setting 84 can change the Overload Action.

VIBRATION monitoring is not yet active.

  • VIBRATION
  • TOOL MAX % LIMIT % MAX (G) LIMIT (G)
    • 0% 0.00 0.00 TOOL 1 IN SPINDLE
    • 2 0% 0% 0.00 0.00 SP LOAD: 0%
    • 3 0% 0% 0.00 0.00 Vibration: NO SENSOR
    • 4 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 5 0% 0% 0.00 0.00 X LOAD: 0%
  • 6 0% 0% 0.00 0.00 Y LOAD: 0%
  • 7 0% 0% 0.00 0.00 Z LOAD: 0%
  • 8 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 9 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 10 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 11 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 12 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 13 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 14 0% 0% 0.00 0.00
  • 15 0% 0% 0.00 0.00

SPINDLE LOAD

1

0%

MAX-Highest value since origin

LIMIT-Value before warning issue.

Press ORIGIN to zero out values

current commands button8
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

BAR FEEDER display if a Bar Feeder is installed. This display would appear after the MAINTENANCE page. It is used for entering the Servo Bar 300 variables. Refer to the Servo Bar 300 Operator’s Manual for more information.

3100 PART LENGTH + CUTOFF : x x . x x x x IN

3101 INITIAL PUSH LENGTH : x x . x x x x IN

3102 MIN CLAMP LENGTH : x x . x x x x IN

3103 MAX # PARTS : x x x

3104 MAX # BARS : x x x

3105 MAX LENGTH TO RUN : x x x . x x x x IN

3106 CURRENT # PARTS RUN : x x x

3107 CURRENT # BARS RUN : x x x

3108 CURRENT LENGTH RUN : x x x . x x x x IN

3109 LENGTH OF LONGEST BAR : x x . x x x x IN

3110 CURRENT BAR LENGTH : x x . x x x x IN

3113 MIN RETRACT POSITION : x . x x x x IN

HAAS SERVO BAR:

current commands button9
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

PALLET SCHEDULE TABLE

Display if machine is equipped with a pallet changer. It assists the operator in scheduling and tracking of pallets during production. Refer to the APC Operator’s Manual for information on its use.

PALLET LOAD PALLET PALLET PROGRAM PROGRAM

NUMBER ORDER STATUS USAGE NUMBER COMMENT

1 1 SCHEDULED 0 O01234 FIRST OPERATION

2 0 UNSCHEDULED 0

3 2 SCHEDULED 0 O03456 SECOND OPERATION

4 3 SCHEDULED 0 O90871 ROTARY

PALLET SCHEDULE TABLE

0 UNSCHEDULED

1 SCHEDULED

2 LOADED

3 COMPLETED

4 USER

5 USER

current commands button10
Current Commands Button:

COMMAND (MEM) O91002 N00000

LASER display is the equivalent of a tool table for the Laser machines. For setting up the various values of address codes and modal command codes in effect.

LASER CUTTING DATA

GENERAL INFORMATION

LASER DATA # : 1

DESCRIPTION : Cold Rolled Steel .030” . FOR CUTTING SMALL FEATURES

OPERATOR INFORMATION

MATERIAL THICKNESS : 0.0300

FEED RATE : 100

METHOD : FREQ.

BURN THROUGH DATA

BURN TIME (SEC) : 2.000

FREQUENCY (Hz) : 2000

POWER (W) : 10.000

GAS : AIR

PRESSURE (PSI) : 100.000

CUT DATA

PULSE FREQUENCY (Hz) : 1000

MINIMUM POWER (W) : 2.000

MAXIMUM POWER (W) : 20.000

ASSIST GAS : O2

ASSIST PRESSURE (PSI) : 0.000

help calculate button
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

HELP is a mini-manual. Use

the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through each section of the

manual.

You can use the PAGE UP/DOWN keys to move between the different sections.

HELP FUNCTION 18-MAR-02

The help function is a mini-manual that will explain the functions of this Machine.

To use it, push the cursor down or PAGE DOWN arrow on the cursor pad to scan

through the manual or use the directory to select a topic. Each topic of

the directory is preceded by an alphabetic letter.

After finding a topic, press the letter on the keypad and the display will

change to the topic and the explanation.

Pushing the letter D will bring you to the directory.

Pushing the help button again will select the calculator functions.

To exit the help functions, select any other display.

(MORE IN THIS SECTION)

help calculate button1
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS the letter

“D” or

to bring up a Directory. To select a topic, type

the letter next to the topic in the Help Directory.

A…STARTUP AND RUNNING N…SET UP PROCEDURES

B…PROG. REVIEW/DNC/BGEDIT/POWER DOWN O…OVERIDES

C…G/M/S/T COMMAND CODES P…PARAMETERS / DIAGNOSTICS

D…RETURN TO THIS DIRECTORY Q…POSITION DISPLAYS

E…EDITING PROGRAMS R…RECV / SEND PROGRAMS

F…SETTING PAGE S…SAMPLE PROGRAMS

G…SPECIAL G CODES T…TOOL OFS/TOOL LIFE/LOAD

H…TROUBLE SHOOTING U…GRAPHIC FUNCTION

I…MDI / MANUAL DATA INPUT V…TOOL CHANGER

J…JOGGING / HANDLE FUNCTION W…WORK COORDINATES

K…CRT DISPLAY / KEYBOARD X…CREATING PROGRAMS

L…ALARMS / MESSAGES Y…SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

M…MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS Z…ZERO RETURN

STARTUP AND RUNNING

DIRECTORY

help calculate button2
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

CALCULATOR

(NO SOULTION YET)

   

(MACHINE) ANGLE 1 .  ANGLE 3

X 0.0000 in. ANGLE 2 . 

Y 0.0000 in. ANGLE 3 .  SIDE 2 SIDE 1

Z 3.5179 in.

SIDE 1 . 

SIDE 2 .  ANGLE 1 ANGLE 2 SIDE 3 .  SIDE 3

F3 Copies calculator value to highlighted filed in this

or other calculator screens. F3 also copies calculator

value to the data entry line of edit screens.

F4 copies highlighted data to the calculator field.

The bottom row of Display keys are all dual function.A second press of the key will bring up the second Display function.

CALCULATE display includes 5 different Calculator Screens.

Trigonometry, Circular, Milling/Tapping, Circle-Line Tangent and Circle-Circle Tangent calculators.

You use the or keys to navigate between the screens.

You can transfer a calculated value to a highlighted field by pressing .

You can copy a value from a field to the calculator by pressing .

0.000000000

LOAD

help calculate button3
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

CALCULATOR

(NO SOULTION YET)

   

(MACHINE) ANGLE 1 45.0000 ANGLE 3

X 0.0000 in. ANGLE 2 25.0000

Y 0.0000 in. ANGLE 3 110.000 SIDE 2 SIDE 1

Z 3.5179 in.

SIDE 1 .7524

SIDE 2 .4497 ANGLE 1 ANGLE 2 SIDE 3 1.0000 SIDE 3

F3 Copies calculator value to highlighted filed in this

or other calculator screens. F3 also copies calculator

value to the data entry line of edit screens.

F4 copies highlighted data to the calculator field.

All five displays have calculators in the upper left corner. All have an equivalent solver.

You enter known values into each cursor selected field; when enough data is entered the control will calculate the remaining fields and the geometry will be displayed.

You cannot Overwrite a highlighted field as they are calculated values.

0.000000000

LOAD

ANGLE 3

SIDE 1

SIDE 2

help calculate button4
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

To get to the Circular Calculator This display is for circular motion problems. Enter the known values and when enough data is entered the control will solve the remaining values.

CALCULATOR

(NO SOULTION YET)

CENTER X . 

CENTER Y . 

    START X . 

(MACHINE) START Y . 

X 0.0000 in. END X . 

Y 0.0000 in. END Y . 

Z 3.5179 in. RADIUS . 

ANGLE . 

DIRECTION CW

0.000000000

LOAD

help calculate button5
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

To get to the Circular Calculator This display is for circular motion problems. Enter the known values and when enough data is entered the control will solve the remaining values.

CALCULATOR

CENTER X 1 . 0 0 0 0

CENTER Y 3 . 0 0 0 0

    START X 1 . 5 0 0 0

(MACHINE) START Y 3 . 0 0 0 0

X 0.0000 in. 1 . 3 5 3 6

Y 0.0000 in. 3 . 3 5 3 6

Z 3.5179 in. 0 . 5 0 0 0

ANGLE 4 5 . 0 0 0

DIRECTION CCW

G90 G3 X1.3536 Y3.3536 I-0.5 J0.

G90 G3 X1.3536 Y3.3536 R0.5

G91 G3 X-0.1464 Y0.3536 I-0.5 J0.

G91 G3 X-0.1464 Y0.3536 R0.5

0.000000000

E

LOAD

END X

END Y

RADIUS

S

help calculate button6
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

to transfer the code to the buffer at the bottom of the selected screen.

PRESS

to add it to the program.

G90 G3 X1.3536 Y3.3536 I-0.5 J0. ;

;

G90 G3 X1.3536 Y3.3536 I-0.5 J0.

help calculate button7
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

MILLING/TAPPING will help solve for SFM, RPM,

Feed Rate (for Milling and Tapping),

Chip Load, and Horsepower.

It also has aMaterials list thatprovides recommended surface speedsandchip loads. You can use

to transfer data from the fields to the calculator.

CALCULATOR

0.000000000

CUTTER DIA .  IN

    SURFACE SPEED .  FT/MIN

RPM . 

(MACHINE) FLUTES . 

X 0.0000 in. FEED .  IN/MIN

Y 0.0000 in. CHIP LOAD .  IN

Z 3.5179 in. MATERIAL PRESS < or > FOR MATERIALS

TAPPING

THREAD . 

RPM . 

FEED . 

MILLING

. 

LOAD

help calculate button8
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

PRESS

to the MATERIAL field. PRESS

to bring up LOW CARBON UNALLOYED STEEL. Notice that four additional fields have appeared and recommended SFM and CHIP LOAD are flashing. These will stop flashing when you enter acceptable values in the respective fields. There are two TOOL TYPES and 21 different types of MATERIALS.

CALCULATOR

0.000000000

CUTTER DIA .  IN

    SURFACE SPEED .  FT/MIN RECOMMENDED

RPM . 

(MACHINE) FLUTES . 

X 0.0000 in. FEED .  IN/MIN

Y 0.0000 in. CHIP LOAD .  IN RECOMMENDED

Z 3.5179 in. MATERIAL

TOOL TYPE CARBIDE

CUT WIDTH .  REQUIRED POWER 0.0 HP

CUT DEPTH . 

TAPPING

THREAD . 

RPM . 

FEED . 

MILLING

450 TO 650

LOAD

0.003 TO 0.006

LOW CARBON UNALLOYED STEEL

help calculate button9
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

CIRCLE LINE TANGENT isused to calculate tangent points. After you enter the required data points, you will get the tangent coordinates and the Radius.

CALCULATOR

0.000000000 (NO SOLUTION YET)

POINT A X . 

    Y . 

POINT B X . 

(MACHINE) Y . 

X 0.0000 in. POINT C X . 

Y 0.0000 in. Y . 

Z 3.5179 in.

RADIUS . 

TGNT PT X . 

TGNT PT Y . 

CIRCLE LINE TANGENT

.  

LOAD

B

C

A

help calculate button10
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

CIRCLE LINE TANGENT isused to calculate tangent points. After you enter the required data points, you will get the tangent coordinates and the Radius.

CALCULATOR

0.000000000

POINT A X 1 . 1 2 5 0

    Y 0 . 2 5 0 0

POINT B X - 0 . 3 7 5 0

(MACHINE) Y 2 . 3 5 0 0

X 0.0000 in. POINT C X 0 . 2 5 0 0

Y 0.0000 in. Y

Z 3.5179 in.

RADIUS 0 . 0 7 2 7

TGNT PT X 0 . 3 0 9 1

TGNT PT Y 1 . 3 9 2 2

CIRCLE LINE TANGENT

B

LOAD

1 . 3 5 0 0

C

A

help calculate button11
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

CIRCLE-CIRCLE TANGENT This can be very helpful in creating contours.

(View the Circle-Circle Tangent Information Module

for more information)

CLICK on the link below.

http://www.haascnc.com/training/

CALCULATOR

0.000000000 (NO SOLUTION YET)

CIRCLE1 X

    CIRCLE1 Y . 

RADIUS 1 . 

(MACHINE) CIRCLE2 X . 

X 0.0000 in. CIRCLE2 Y . 

Y 0.0000 in. RADIUS 2 . 

Z 3.5179 in.

TANGT A X . 

TANGT A Y . 

TANGT B X . 

TANGT B Y . 

TANGT C X . 

TANGT C Y . 

TANGT D X . 

TANGT D Y . 

CIRCLE-CIRCLE TANGENT

.  

LOAD

help calculate button12
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

Once you have filled in the required data, you will see a depiction of the geometry as well as the tangent points. You can get G-code by selecting From: and To: points and then transfer the resultant code to a program or MDI with

CALCULATOR CIRCLE-CIRCLE TANGENT

0.000000000

CIRCLE1 X 1 . 0 0 0 0

    CIRCLE1 Y 1 . 0 0 0 0

RADIUS 1 0 . 2 5 0 0

(MACHINE) CIRCLE2 X 2 . 5 0 0 0

X 0.0000 in. CIRCLE2 Y 2 . 5 0 0 0

Y 0.0000 in. RADIUS 2 0 . 5 0 0 0

Z 3.5179 in.

TANGT A X 1 . 1 5 4 7

From: C TANGT A Y 0 . 8 0 3 6

TANGT B X 0 . 8 0 3 6

To: D TANGT B Y 1 . 1 5 4 7

TANGT C X 2 . 8 0 9 4

Dir (C/W): W TANGT C Y 2 . 1 0 7 2 TYPE: STRAIGHT

TANGT D X 2 . 8 0 9 4

TANGT D Y 2 . 1 0 7 2 solution in G90 mode

M - toggle mode

G03 X2.1072 Y2.8084 I-0.3094 J0.3928

LOAD

help calculate button13
Help/Calculate Button:

HELP (MEM) O91002 N00000

Decimal Drill Tap

Equiv Size mm Size

0.0453 1.150

0.0465 56 1.182

0.0469 3/64 1.191 #0-80

0.0472 1.200

0.0492 1.250 M1.6x0.35

0.0512 1.300

0.0520 55 1.321

0.0531 1.350

0.5500 54 1.397

0.0551 1.400

0.0571 1.450

0.0591 1.500

0.0595 53 1.511 #1-64 #1-72

0.0610 1.550

0.0625 1/16 1.588

0.0630 1.60 M2x0.4

(MORE IN THIS SECTION)

A DECIMAL EQUIVALENT chart is available by pressing the button a third time.

Use the

and

Keys to view other pages.

settings graphics button
Settings/Graphics Button:

SETTING (MEM) O91002 N00000

SETTINGS areOperator selectable control functions. (Can be changed by the Operator). Organized into functionally similar groups. Listed with a number and short description, and a value or choice on the right.

KEY IN A NUMBER

GENERAL

30244

settings graphics button1
Settings/Graphics Button:

SETTING (MEM) O91002 N00000

ENTER103 and PRESS

This takes you directly to Setting 103.

(You can also use the Jog Handle and Page up and Page down to navigate through the Settings.)

The message at the top of the page will show what action is allowed to activate a change.

(See the manual for a listing of the Settings)

USE RIGHT OR LEFT ARROW KEY

CONTROL PANL

ON

settings graphics button2
Settings/Graphics Button:

GRAPHICS (MEM) O91002 N00000 F1:HELP F2:ZOOM F3:POSITION F4:PROG

GRAPHICS is only selectable if you are in Memory or MDI modes.

More powerful than DRYRUN, because all of the offsets and travel limits are checked before any attempt is made to move the axes. The risk of a crash is greatly reduced. Some of the features of the Graphics Display are controlled by selections made in Settings.

The small window at the lower right side of the screen displays the whole table even in the zoom mode.

settings graphics button3
Settings/Graphics Button:

GRAPHICS (MEM) O91002 N00000 F1:HELP F2:ZOOM F3:POSITION F4:PROG

The large window represents a top-down perspective of the X and Y-axes. By pressing you can see the programmed tool path.

You can zoom in this window to get a better view of your part. The small vertical box represents the Z depth.

You will also see the tool path in the small window.

settings graphics button4
Settings/Graphics Button:

GRAPHICS (MEM) O91002 N00000 F1:HELP F2:ZOOM F3:POSITION F4:PROG

PRESS

For Zoom, then PRESS

a few times. You will see a box shrink down in size. You may have to use the arrow keys to cursor the box directly over your part, or the area you wish to zoom in on.

PRESS

PRESS

(Pressingzooms all the way back out).

settings graphics button5
Settings/Graphics Button:

GRAPHICS (MEM) O91002 N00000 F1:HELP F2:ZOOM F3:POSITION F4:PROG

You will now see your part much larger. You can continue this process to view any area in greater detail.

If you

PRESS

the small box will be replaced by 4 lines of code. You could then run the program in single block and watch the code as it executes.

PRESS

and you can also see the coordinates of the tool.

Y-SIZE: 12.0916 TOOL: 2 (DIST TO GO) X: -2.7086

Y: 0.0000 Z: 0.0000

N21 G01 Z0.01 F30.; N22 G150 P90111 G41 D02 J0.04 K0.02 Z-1.25 Q0.42 R0.01 F16.5; N23 G40 G01 X3.25 Y6.5

parameters diagnostics button
Parameters/Diagnostics Button:

PARAMETERS (MEM) O91002 N00000

PARAMETERS will list machine parameters. These are set at the factory and shouldnot be modified. They

are for service personnel only.

WARNING

Modifying parameters can cause a machine to crash or perform poorly.

COMMON SW 1

-1692623227

parameters diagnostics button1
Parameters/Diagnostics Button:

DGNOS (MEM) O91002 N00000

DIAGNOSTICS will display machine functions for

service personnel.

There is also information at the bottom of the second page that could be of value to the owner, such as software version, runtime, and number of tool changes.

alarms messages button
Alarms/Messages Button:

ALARMS (MEM) O91002 N00000

ALARMS will display the current alarm number with a

description.

PRESS

to clear alarms one at a time.

To view

ALARM HISTORY

PRESS

102 SERVOS OFF

Indicates that the servo motors are off, the tool changer is disabled, the coolant pump is off, and the spindle motor is stopped. Caused by EMERGENCY STOP, motor faults, tool changer problems, or power fail.

ALARM

alarms messages button1
Alarms/Messages Button:

ALARMS (MEM) O91002 N00000

On the ALARMHISTORY page, you can view up to 200 past Alarms.You can view the additional alarms by pressing

the UPArrow

You can send the Alarm History to disk by pressing

or send to RS232 by pressing

To get to

ALARM VIEWER

PRESS

ALARM HISTORY

202 SETTING CRC ERROR 13:20:48 06-19-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 14:15:22 06-19-2002

903 CNC MACHINE POWERED UP 18:25:12 06-19-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 08:11:46 07-15-2002

900 Par No. 6 has changed. Old val was 2809040 08:37:54 07-16-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 10:25:12 07-16-2002

903 CNC MACHINE POWERED UP 10:55:25 07-17-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 12:52:11 07-17-2002

316 X OVER TRAVEL RANGE 16:04:00 07-18-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 14:28:25 07-18-2002

900 Par No. 209 has changed. Old val was -2141740520 18:19:05 07-19-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 19:15:22 07-19-2002

107 EMERGENCY OFF 19:17:37 07-20-2002

243 BAD NUMBER 19:27:15 07-19-2002 CNC MACHINE POWERED UP 19:35:33 07-21-2002

TO WRITE ALARM HISTORY TO DISK FILE PRESS F2 OTHERWISE PRESS SEND RS232

903

ALARM

alarms messages button2
Alarms/Messages Button:

ALARMS (MEM) O91002 N00000

The third Alarm page is an ALARM VIEWER. It allows you to search for an Alarm description, You can enter an Alarm number and

PRESS

(or UP or DOWN Arrow)

to view a description of the Alarm. You can also scroll through the descriptions.

ALARM VIEWER

316 X OVER TRAVEL RANGE

Commanded X-axis move would exceed the allowed machine range. Machine coordinates are in the negative direction. This condition indicates either an err

or in the user’s program or improper offsets.

ENTER ALARM NUMBER TO VIEW (OR USE UP / DOWN KEYS TO SCROLL):

ALARM

alarms messages button3
Alarms/Messages Button:

MESSAGE (MEM) O91002 N00000

CHECK TOOL 4 AFTER ONE RUN OF PROGRAM O01234

AT ZERO-XYZ

The MESSAGES displayallows you to leave a message for the next operator. If there is a message it will appear whenever the machine is powered on. If there is no message, alarm 102 SERVOS OFF will be displayed.

(This is normal operation and will clear with or )

ALARM

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