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Horizontal Machining Centers

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UPGRADES: options 4th-

UPGRADES: options 4th- and 5th-Axis Control Allows the use of 4th- and 5th-axis rotary tables for multi-side machining or machining complex contours and shapes, such as impellers. Increases productivity and reduces setups. Coordinate Rotation/Scaling Use rotation in conjunction with work offset probing to speed workpiece set up, or use it to rotate a pattern to another location or around a circumference, etc. Use scaling to reduce or enlarge a toolpath or pattern. Ethernet Interface Transfer data between your Haas and a network or PC with the Ethernet interface. Transfer program files easily to and from the machine, and access large files with multiple machines. High-speed data transfers allow DNC of large files at up to 1 000 blocks per second. Easily set up from the control screen. User-Definable Macros Create subroutines for custom canned cycles, probing routines, operator prompting, math equations or functions, and family-of-parts machining with variables. 8 M Functions Adds 8 additional M functions for a total of up to 13 user interfaces. Use these to activate probes, auxiliary pumps, clamping devices, part loaders, etc. Memory Upgrades Expandable on-board solid-state memory allows storing, running, and editing large programs directly at the machine. DXF File Import The *.dxf import capability of the Haas Intuitive Programming System allows a programmer to easily import a *.dxf file into the Haas control, select features on the file – holes, threading, pockets, islands, or contours – and generate the toolpath. The program output is standard G-code – easy to understand and edit. By taking advantage of the editing functions of the Haas control, the user can modify features, change the order of operations, or even conveniently put them into other programs – all at the control, without going back to a computer to repost a CAM-generated program. The Haas control provides the best of both G-code and conversational-style systems. It doesn’t force the user into one method of operation. The Haas control weaves them into a simple, coherent control system: Use manual or CAM-generated G-code, or use the Intuitive Programming System, or mix them. Use the programming strategy that is best for the part; the Haas control accepts them all. HIGH-SPEED MACHINING The High-Speed Machining option is a powerful tool to reduce cycle times and improve accuracy. Testing on complex 3- to 5-axis applications shows drastic reductions in cycle times, as well as increased accuracy and smoother motion. Using a motion algorithm called “acceleration before interpolation”, combined with full look-ahead, the HSM option allows contouring feedrates up to 30,5 m /min* without risk of distortion to the programmed path. This results in higher accuracy, smoother motion, and a higher actual feedrate – even with complex part geometry. The Haas HSM option accepts ISO standard G-code from all major CAM systems, and is only a fraction of the cost of other high-speed controls. * Maximum feedrate determined by machine model. 8 | America’s Leading Machine Tool Builder

Control Features ■ User-friendly ■ Advanced program editor ■ Brushless AC servo drives ■ Up to 30,5 m/min cutting feedrates ■ Triple 32-bit processors ■ Executes up to 1 000 blocks/second ■ ISO standard G-code compatibility ■ Haas one-button tool offset entry ■ 200 tool offsets ■ 105 work coordinates ■ Tool load monitoring ■ Tool life management Control Specifications General Microprocessor Triple high-speed 32-bit Program execution speed 1 000 blocks/sec standard Axis control 3 axes linear, 4th and 5th axes optional Interpolation G01, G02, G03, helical Min. input increment – inch mode 0,0001" – metric mode 0,001 mm Min. output resolution 0,00018 mm Feed Functions Rapid Traverse Override 5%, 25%, 50%, 100% Feedrate Override 0% to 999% in 1% increments Jog Handle Resolution – inch mode 0,0001"/0,001"/0,01"/0,1" per handle division – metric mode 0,001/0,01/0,1/1,0 mm per handle division Jog Feeds – inch mode 0,1/1,0/10,0/100,0 ipm – metric mode 1,0/10/100/1000 mm/min. Zero Return One key (G28) ■ Helical interpolation ■ Background editing ■ Split-screen program review Spindle Functions Speed Command Override S = 1 to max spindle rpm 0% to 999% in 1% increments ■ Trig calculator ■ Arc & tangent calculators ■ Speeds and feeds calculator ■ Run/stop/jog/continue ■ RS-232 / DNC / USB / optional Ethernet ■ Mid-program restart ■ Inch or metric programming ■ Message page ■ More than 20 selectable languages ■ More than 200 user-definable settings ■ Self-diagnostics ■ Fully descriptive alarms ■ Programmable mirror-imaging ■ Advanced pocket milling ■ Bolt-hole drilling ■ Graphic dry run ■ 5 spare M functions ■ Contour accuracy control ■ Text engraving ■ Made in the USA Tool Functions Length Compensation Diameter/Radius Compensation Length Measurement Life Management Selection 200 sets, geometry & wear 200 sets, geometry & wear Automatic length storage 200 sets w/alarms Txx command Programming Compatibility ISO standard G code Positioning Absolute (G90), incremental (G91) Canned Cycles 22 functions standard Circular Pocket Milling G12, G13 Bolt-Hole Drilling G70, G71, G72 Advanced Pocket Milling G150 Inch/Metric Switchable Work Coordinates 105 sets Part Zero Set Automatic storage M Code Outputs 5 spare † 2D Cutter Diameter Compensation G40, G41, G42 2D Cutter Length Compensation G43, G44, G49 3D+ Cutter Diameter Compensation G141 5-Axis Tool Length Compensation G143 Data Input/Output Communications Port RS-232, USB, optional 100Base-T Ethernet Data Rate To 115 200 baud ‡ Memory Capacity Standard 1 MB; up to 750 MB optional Number of Programs 500 † May be used by options. ‡ With 1,8 m or shorter cable. Haas Automation, Europe +32 2 522 99 05 | 9

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