Next Generation Control - Reverse Rotary Direction Setup

Next Generation Control - Reverse Rotary Direction Setup

This procedure tells you how to load rotary files to reverse the rotary direction of your Haas rotary configuration. The files supplied only apply to available Haas rotaries.

This procedure is applicable only to Haas rotaries on machines with software version 100.16.000.1030 and higher.

Step 1

Download and extract the reverse rotary direction files. Refer to Next Generation Control - Reverse Rotary Direction Files.

Find your rotary model in the extracted folder and copy it to a USB memory device.

Insert the USB memory device with the rotary configuration file into the USB port on the control pendant.

Press LIST PROGRAM and navigate to the USB tab [1].

Select your reverse rotary file [2]. Press ENTER. The reverse rotary files have an R at the end of the file name.

Press F2 to copy the reverse rotary file.

Navigate to User Data [3] on the Copy To screen.

Step 2

Press the RIGHT CURSOR arrow to enter the User Data directory.

Navigate to the My Rotary directory.

Press the RIGHT CURSOR arrow to enter the My Rotary directory [1].

Press ENTER [2] to copy the rotary configuration file to this location.

Step 3

Press SETTING.

Navigate to the Rotary tab [1].

Type the model of your rotary and press F1 to search. This example uses TR110 [2]. The reverse rotary files have an R at the end of the file name.

Your reverse rotary file [3] is in the Select New Rotaries page.

Press ENTER to Set Axis.

Step 4

The Select Table Orientation [1] screen shows.
Press A, B, or C to select the Axis Configuration [2].

Press F4 to change the physical connection [3].

For this example the Axis Configuration is Axis A [2] and the Physical Connection is the 4th axis [3].
note: The rotary direction must match the rotary direction on the image to use Tool Center Point Control (TCPC, G234) or Dynamic Work Offset (DWO, G254).
Press ENTER [4].

Press F3 to Apply Rotary.

Cycle the power on the machine when you are prompted.

HANDLE JOG the axis to make sure it operates correctly.

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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