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This handbook was covers how to setup and operate HAAS CNC milling machine. 1. Machine (Pre) Start-Up a. Check Oil Reservoir (at rear of machine). If Oil Level is below MIN line, notify a TA and help them add way oil to this reservoir. b. Check Coolant Level (Look at right side of machine for opening). Check to make sure the coolant level is up to at least half of the tank. Also, check to make sure the chip screen is clear of chips. Clean if needed. Machine Start Up a. Press the Green POWER ON Button at the control panel (top left corner). b. Wait for the machine to boot up. It should flash an alarm message and say “servos off.” Press the red RESET button to clear all alarms. c. Press the POWER UP RESTART button on the tool panel. The machine will go through a calibration cycle and zero all axis. MAKE SURE THE DOOR IS CLOSED! The HAAS will not perform any table or spindle command with the doors open. This is for your safety. Tool Loading a. The machine is now ready for tool loading. The tool changer will be automatically set to Tool #1 after Auto Start-Up. b. To load a cutter (or other tool) into a tool holder, use the Mounting Fixture (located in the vise on the worktable). Otherwise, you risk injury to yourself and the tool. Make sure the tool is tightly secured in its holder! Tool Offset Measurement a. Using the Digital Height Gage (ask a TA to provide it for you) set all of the tool length offsets for your tools. The Gage is very close to 2.000 inches tall. NOTE: The height gage relies on the conductivity of the work surface to complete a circuit, thus indicating when the tool comes in contact with the gage. If you are machining any non-metal, you must create a conductive “bridge” in order to use the height gage.
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