List of Settings

Classic Control - Lathe Operator's Manual

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The setting pages contain values that control machine operation and that you may need to change.

Settings are presented in tabbed menus. For information on navigating tabbed menus in the Haas control, refer to Tabbed Menu Basic Navigation. The on-screen settings are organized into groups.

Use the UP and DOWN cursor arrow keys to highlight a setting. To quickly access a setting, with the Settings display active on the screen, type the setting number and press the DOWN cursor arrow.

Some settings have numerical values that fit in a given range. To change the value of these settings, type the new value and press ENTER. Other settings have specific available values that you select from a list. For these settings, use the LEFT and RIGHT cursor arrow keys to display the choices. Press ENTER to change the value. The message near the top of the screen tells you how to change the selected setting.

Settings for Lathe
1 - Auto Power Off Timer
2 - Power Off at M30
4 - Graphics Rapid Path
5 - Graphics Drill Point
6 - Front Panel Lock
7 - Parameter Lock
8 - Prog Memory Lock
9 - Dimensioning
10 - Limit Rapid at 50%
11 - Baud Rate Select
12 - Parity Select
13 - Stop Bit
14 - Synchronization
16 - Dry Run Lock Out
17 - Opt Stop Lock Out
18 - Block Delete Lock Out
19 - Feedrate Override Lock
20 - Spindle Override Lock
21 - Rapid Override Lock
22 - Can Cycle Delta Z
23 - 9xxx Progs Edit Lock
24 - Leader To Punch 24 - Leader To Punch
25 - EOB Pattern
26 - Serial Number
28 - Can Cycle Act w/o X/Y
31 - Reset Program Pointer
32 - Coolant Override
33 - Coordinate System
36 - Program Restart
37 - RS-232 Data Bits
39 - Beep @ M00, M01, M02, M30
41 - Add Spaces RS-232 Out
42 - M00 After Tool Change
43 - Cutter Comp Type
44 - Min F in Radius CC %
45/47 - Mirror Image X-axis/Z-axis
49 - Skip Same Tool Change
52 - G83 Retract Above R
53 - Jog w/o Zero Return
55 - Enable DNC from MDI
56 - M30 Restore Default G
57 - Exact Stop Canned X-Y
58 - Cutter Compensation
59/60/61/62 - Probe Offset X+/X-/Z+/Z-
63 - Tool Probe Width
64 - Tool Offset Measure Uses Work
65 - Graph Scale (Height)
66 - Graphics X Offset
68 - Graphics Z Offset
69 - DPRNT Leading Spaces
70 - DPRNT Open/CLOS DCode
72 - Can Cycle Cut Depth
73 - Can Cycle Retraction
74 - 9xxx Progs Trace
75 - 9xxxx Progs Single BLK
76 - Foot Pedal Lock Out
77 - Scale Integer F
81 - Tool at Auto Off
82 - Language
83 - M30/Resets Overrides
84 - Tool Overload Action
85 - Maximum Corner Rounding
86 - Thread Finish Allowance
87 - Tnn Resets Override
88 - Reset Resets Overrides
90- Graph Z Zero Location
91 - Graph X Zero Location
92 - Chuck Clamping
93 - Tailstock X Clearance
94 - Tailstock Z Clearance
95 - Thread Chamfer Size
96 - Thread Chamfer Angle
97 - Tool Change Direction
98 - Spindle Jog RPM
99 - Thread Minimum Cut
100 - Screen Saver Delay
101 - Feed Override -> Rapid
102 - C Axis Diameter
103 - CYC START/FH Same Key
104 - Jog Handle to SNGL BLK
105 - TS Retract Distance
106 - TS Advance Distance
107 - TS Hold Point
109 - Warm-Up Time in MIN.
110/112 - Warmup X/Z Distance
113 - Tool Change Method
114 - Conveyor Cycle (minutes)
115 - Conveyor On-time (minutes)
118 - M99 Bumps M30 CNTRS
119 - Offset Lock
120 - Macro Var Lock
121 - Foot Pedal TS Alarm
122 - Secondary Spindle Chuck Clamping
131 - Auto Door
132 - Jog Before TC
133 - REPT Rigid Tap
142- Offset Chng Tolerance
143 - Machine Data Collect
144 - Feed Override->Spindle
145 - TS at Part for CS
156 - Save Offset with PROG
157 - Offset Format Type
158,159,160 - X, Y, Z Screw Thermal COMP%
162 - Default To Float
163 - Disable .1 Jog Rate
164 - Powerup SP Max RPM
165 - SSV Variation (RPM)
166 - SSV CYCLE (0.1) SECS
167-186 - Periodic Maintenance
187 - Machine Data Echo
196 - Conveyor Shutoff
197 - Coolant Shutoff
198 - Background Color
199 - Backlight Timer
201 - Show Only Work and Tool Offsets In Use
202 - Live Image Scale (Height)
203 - Live Image X Offset
205 - Live Image Z Offset
206 - Stock Hole Size
207 - Z Stock Face
208 - Stock OD Diameter
209 - Length of Stock
210 - Jaw Height
211 - Jaw Thickness
212 - Clamp Stock
213 - Jaw Step Height
214 - Show Rapid Path Live Image
215 - Show Feed Path Live Image
216 - Servo and Hydraulic Shutoff
217 - Show Chuck Jaws
218 - Show Final Pass
219 - Auto Zoom to Part
220 - TS Live Center Angle
221 - Tailstock Diameter
222 - Tailstock Length
224 - Flip Part Stock Diameter
225 - Flip Part Stock Length
226 - SS Stock Diameter
227 - SS Stock Length
228 - SS Jaw Thickness
229 - SS Clamp Stock
230 - SS Jaw Height
231 - SS Jaw Step Height
232 - G76 Default P Code
233 - SS Clamping Point
234 - SS Rapid Point
235 - SS Machine Point
236 - FP Z Stock Face
237 - SS Z Stock Face
238 - High Intensity Light Timer (minutes)
239 - High Intensity Light Timer (minutes)
240 - Tool Life Warning
241 - Tailstock Hold Force
242 - Air Water Purge Interval (minutes)
243 - Air Water Purge On-Time (seconds)
245 - Hazardous Vibration Sensitivity
249 - Enable Haas Startup Screen
900 - CNC Network Name
901 - Obtain Address Automatically
902 -IP Address
903 - Subnet Mask
904 - Default Gateway
905 - DNS Server
906 - Domain/Workgroup Name
907 - Remote Server Name
908 - Remote Share Path
909 - User Name
910 - Password
911 - Access to CNC Share
912 - Floppy Tab Enabled
913 - Hard Drive Tab Enabled
914 - USB Tab Enabled
915 - Net Share
916 - Second USB Tab Enabled

Be aware: Many service and repair procedures should be done only by authorized personnel. The service technicians at your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) have the training, experience, and are certified to do these tasks safely and correctly. You should not do machine repair or service procedures unless you are qualified and knowledgeable about the processes.

Danger: Some service procedures can be dangerous or life-threatening. DO NOT attempt a procedure that you do not completely understand. Contact your Haas Factory Outlet (HFO) and schedule a service technician visit if you have any doubts about doing a procedure.

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